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Ragged_ol_64

I mowed for the first time since i got the 64!!

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Ragged_ol_64
My parts I ordered for the 64 landlordfinally came in (carb, seat, hood, and mid pto tensioner) So Got her set up and mowed a little today. Ill have to admit, she mows quite nicely. I like it. But ill keep the 93 craftsman with chrome brushguard for the back up.

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perry
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Originally posted by Ragged_ol_64
But ill keep the 93 craftsman with chrome brushguard for the back up.
:O BACK-UP :O you may as well put the for sale sign on the crapsman and start looking for another simplicity/allis. i know your gonna;), they are addicting :D. [IMG]http://i97.photobucket.com/albums/l226/perry71/april18ebay001.jpg[/IMG]

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RayS
I would rebuild the 9hp if it hasn`t been bored out to its limits. Parts are still available. And it would last another 30 years if done right. But you would be lucky to get Simplicity parts when Briggs get dones screwing them up. You can also replace with a 10 thru 16 hp cast iron briggs with no problems. I believe Rod has even put kohlers in his.

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MrSteele
I repowered a repowered 64 last year, with a 16 HP cast iron Briggs. That lawnmower IS my backup, and the one I use for tough jobs. My yard is not made for a lawn tractor, and I had opted for a Dixon ZTR in 93, but the Landlord certainly comes in handy in the woods for underbrush, in the ditches, and for several yards I cut for the heck of it for old folks that cannot.

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