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MarksA-C

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MarksA-C
My friend and I went out on a drive looking for trctor stuff. We came across this place. I've meet the guy before but I haven't been there in about 2 years. This is some of the stuff he had. A working Wonderboy II "Pogo Stick" for $250 (Comes with original Manual






I got this deck stuff (Good Bearings) for $10


3 Attachments, for B seires and 1 for Homelite. He wants $30 each.


Yeoman 616, $60 but no Spark




A FORD :Y


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goatfarmer
Do you get the tennis ball with the Yeoman?:D If those B attachments aren't worn out, they're well worth the asking price.

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ReedS
The Homelite attachment appears to be a revitalizer, can't tell from the picture wether it fits the small or the large frame tractors. Most certianly worth $30!

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MarksA-C
I think the Homelite attachment is a revitalizer. It had the hitch and all the pulleys. Large frame I think. The mower deck was good but the snowblower wasn't moving very well but it had a B seres hitch.

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JimDk
I've got a guy in my neighborhood with a back yard like that. He won't part with any of it. He has a B-1 and MW Squire that I've been trying to get, but no luck.:(

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Ketchamized
I've seen a lot of pictures of these pogo stick style tractors, but I do wonder how do you steer them? I take it that if you pushed it forward, it'd accelerate the tractor? Center for neutral and backwards for reverse? What about turning left and right?

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SimpleTom
Mark, I've been to Anton's place a couple time also. I picked up some manuals from him once. I don't think he had the revitilizer when I was there last. Tom

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Dark
take a 12.5 Murray engine, a Dynamark body, and a craftsman hood and paint it yellow and black add a yellow seat bingo!


same body/frame stamp as the Dynamark pictured I see the hydralic lift you bought in the top pic too

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