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GLPointon

2 Buys + 2 Trades = 4 New toys

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GLPointon

I've been doing some buying/selling/trading...1st off is this familiar Vac assy with the "customized" cart from Nathan Gale

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sorry this pic wont work...I'll get another tomarrow Then Josh Green came by with this Homelite to unload...my 1st sm01she needs some TLC but I'll get back in the "blue" before too long I hope

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Then I got this awesome Plow in trade from Chris "Huffy"also my 1st sm01

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Then Today I drove 5 hrs for this B1 Tractor and early Snowblower I traded Chris Schmidt for. It looks rough but is actually really solid. Shes missing a few oem parts but that'll be my winter project I think...

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GLPointon

Your right Perry. I asked a few members if they knew what that was and Zippo recognized it imidiatly as a "clutch pedal gaurd" from a sickle assy.

As of now, it is siezed on...so it will have to stay there sm01

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GLPointon

Need?...NOsm00...But Winter is my "shop time". I have a prety nice heated shop/garage so winter is the best time for me to do this. I try in summer but between the lawn/garden/canning/pool maint/etc it is hard to stay on track...:D

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You actully need a winter project??:o


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cschmidt62

"Clutch pedel guard for a sickle bar"...I should have kept it, lol, I still have the sickle bar!

Originally posted by GLPointon

Need?...NOsm00...But Winter is my "shop time". I have a prety nice heated shop/garage so winter is the best time for me to do this. I try in summer but between the lawn/garden/canning/pool maint/etc it is hard to stay on track...:D

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GLPointon

since this is my 1st B1 I may have a few questions as I go:

-Is the B1 gas tank the same as the later B's?...I need one

-Is the seat the same as a B10? I've seen some without the armrests

-were there any decals on the dash? (seems kinda plain)

thanks...GP

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rokon2813

Tanks are not the same, B1 700 725 are unique before the b10.

Seats are not quite. The brackets may be, the seat base looks the same, white pleated sewn seat with black ends, but the arm rests were just black, without the "rope" looking thing around the edge.

The only decal I remember on the dash is a safety decal, not sure about any more.

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GLPointon

Thanks Dan, I was afraid of that, the tank may be hard to find a good one..?

I do have the seat frame & the cushions are available in that style/colors.

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rokon2813

I don't have a tank, but I think they come along as often or more than good B tanks. The style and location seems to make them hold up a little better.

Of the few I have had, I've never seen one rusted out, while more than half the B style I get are junk.

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GLPointon

Thanks Brenda let me know if you have one... I'll call about the seat and other parts when I get started on it sm01

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We may have a tank , have to look, have a cpl B-1s sitting around here at the house, not sure what might be there for parts


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Talntedmrgreen

I often wondered what hte clutch pedal gaurd was for, for sickle bar operation. It only shows up in the 990210 manual, and none of the later sickle bar diagrams that I've seen. The 99210 sicklebar doesn't use the tractor's lift, and has nothing that comes in contact with the lift or clutch pedal. ? What's it 'gaurd' against?

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GLPointon

To keep your ankle from hitting the lift shaft??? Is there a cable/rope that may catch on it? I saw no need for it myself??

quote:Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen

I often wondered what hte clutch pedal gaurd was for, for sickle bar operation. It only shows up in the 990210 manual, and none of the later sickle bar diagrams that I've seen. The 99210 sicklebar doesn't use the tractor's lift, and has nothing that comes in contact with the lift or clutch pedal. ? What's it 'gaurd' against?


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