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I think I was upgraded today. Here is the 3012 my bro-inlaw was going to sell for scrap. It sat in a shed about 30 years. I got a nice mower deck, center blade and a rear weight from him also. The front axle rotated about 4", all the bolts were worn out. I put in all new bolts with shoulders, it made a big improvement in the steering slop.



This is the AC b112 that I got about the same time, the engine runs good, it didn't have a grill, I got a grill from Steve Johnson in Salem.


I bought this 7112 about a month ago, I removed a near new Walbro carb and put a Carter on it, runs good now. A friend gave me the tiller several years ago. I thought it might work on the 3012.








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Today I took some pictures of the Big Ten that I picked up about 5 months ago. It was advertised on Craigslist with another tractor as: 2 Cub Cadet parts tractors $150. I could tell by the front axle that one was Simplicity made. I was glad that it was a AC big ten. It had a scored crank and a broken rod. The engine that is sitting in it is a 15hp from a Monkey Ward parts tractor, .030 piston. I have the steering wheel, I don't have any of the other missing parts.





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The HiLo on the Big Ten was worth more than his asking price...nice grab! Looks like she has the grill off a later model, flathood AC. I'm sure you could beg or barter around here to get what you need.

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Thanks for the reply; The B112 was missing just the grill. I bought the front grill/hood support from Steve Johnson in Salem Or. It is off of a B110. I don,t think Steve has any parts tractors left, he said he had to haul off 50 thousand pounds of parts tractors to satisfy the county. Steve said he still has 360+ tractors as of 6 months ago. Here is a couple of pictures from Steves.







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quote:Originally posted by rokon2813

If that is original paint, there is a rare J C Penny in that picture. :D

id="quote">I look at those photos and its like my kids old book "Where's Waldo"sm00

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