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perry

help with sickle bar

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perry
will a sickle bar from a wards squire 12hp adapt to my landlord 2010? i just picked up a truck and trailer full of old wards stuff. 3 monkey wards squire tractors, decks, sickle bar, tiller, 1 bottom plow, and disc.

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ReedS
Some of the M-W units were built by gilson, identifiable by the prefix GIL before the serial number. If the squires and attachments were built by simplicity then the attachments should work without modification.

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D-17_Dave
If you have a Wards sold as a factory 12HP model, due to the lower numbers sold I would think that the tractor you have would be VERY rare. I could be mistaken on the numbers sold but the serviving tractors like this would be low.

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Originally posted by D-17_Dave
If you have a Wards sold as a factory 12HP model, due to the lower numbers sold I would think that the tractor you have would be VERY rare. I could be mistaken on the numbers sold but the serviving tractors like this would be low.
the 2 wards squire tractors both have 12hp briggs engines and hydrostatic. i just pick theese up last night. ill have to get the model#'s off theese so i can get some more info ..thanks

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SmilinSam
Those Wards Gilsons are pretty decnt tractors that they made a whole bunch of various attachments for. Only thing I noticed about them over the years is they have a tendancy for the frames to crack and break on each side where the frame widens out between the driver and the engine.

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