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landloard 2110 attachments..?


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I recently picked up a 2110 in mint original condition.. Im looking for a simplicity attachment manual and a repair manual. The simplicity web site don't have any information.. Any help would be great.. Im looking to restore this tractor to showroom condition so the attachment cataloge would be helpfull.. also simplicity part# 1686712sm is a replacment seat kit.. dose it look just like the original one...?
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http://www.simpletractors.com/simplicity/new_in_1964/attachments.htm http://www.simplicitytechpubs.com/techpubsearch.php http://www.simpletractors.com/simplicity/New_in_1968/attachments.htm
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welcome, and take some time and look around the site you will find all kinds of things. don't for get about the simple trACtors lots of info there on original attachments.
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For the 2110 Landlord number990432/433 tractor, the available options for that model year were; 990345 32" Snow Blower 990370 40" Weed and Brush Cutter 990407 42" Rotary Mower 990452 Vacuum Collector 990465 46" Sickle Mower Now this does not mean you are limited to these. If you go to the "What Fits" section of oer home screen, it will show you what you can use from other model years.
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If you have the original seat pan I can redo it for you. It is a rough job to do the first time but not so bad once you get the hang of it. Chances are, the part number seat is not the exact match. Some of those items get superceded with items that will simply 'fit the job' not match oem.
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quote:
Originally posted by goatfarmer
Here's my 2110. [img]/club2/attach/goatfarmer/21102.jpg[/img] Not showroom condition, but it was redone as a worker. One of my favorites.
Hello and thanks for the info... Irealy like your light brackets where did you find them...?
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The brackets were on the tractor when I bought it. The lights themselves are JC Whitney backup lights. They've been replaced by more proper looking lights I bought at AutoZone.
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