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Another one owner beast , owner bought it new , died on him two years ago , after a quick inspection  , tractor lost spark , all service records and manuals since new , plus a bag filled with parts , and a service manuals , newer beautiful 48" deck with a set of new blades ,nice AG tires .

Seat shot , tractor solid , good looking old beast.

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39 minutes ago, Snojetter said:

Does this make it three new acquisitions this month?

Yes sir

Oh by the way I think it has a newer 16 hp motor as it has the newer starter not generator starter for that era , correct me if I am wrong .

Can't wait to fire it tomorrow .

Owner 88 still in an  amazing shape , god bless him.

 

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I got it going .

It seem at some point  they installed a  pointless coil , the ground wire to it was shorted to the cover due to vibration (my guess) .

So I got the spark going , it fired up but not getting gas , so I rebuilt the carb which had a bad float , it was like u stepped on it , and carb super dirty with all kinda things , a 20 minute dip in the chemical gallon and a new oem kit , that engine fire up like a champ with no smoke or noises , shifts nice in all gears , good to hit the yard .

 

 

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On ‎5‎/‎23‎/‎2017 at 10:20 PM, a_sannine said:

Oh by the way I think it has a newer 16 hp motor as it has the newer starter not generator starter for that era , correct me if I am wrong .

First, another great find for you.

The 7016 had ring gear starters stock.  But most of those engines had a dual stator system: AC for the lights and only 3 amp DC to keep the battery charged.  Can't see the stator output wires above the starter to tell.  But it looks like a new starter (and blower tin wasn't modified to install the cover over starter bendix/gear?). 

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31 minutes ago, PhanDad said:

First, another great find for you.

The 7016 had ring gear starters stock.  But most of those engines had a dual stator system: AC for the lights and only 3 amp DC to keep the battery charged.  Can't see the stator output wires above the starter to tell.  But it looks like a new starter (and blower tin wasn't modified to install the cover over starter bendix/gear?). 

It does have the  dual stator system .

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This beast dangerous in high speed , will take off on two wheels , Holly cow , a quick seat relining ( didn't have black) not bad  comfy .

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 8:14 AM, PhanDad said:

Tractor looks good now...

except the ags are mounted backwards I believe. sm00

I have a little OCD, so it bothers me too that the ag/lug tires need to be switched side to side.  :)

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2017 at 7:14 AM, PhanDad said:

Nice work on the seat. 

Tractor looks good now...

except the ags are mounted backwards I believe. sm00

 

Looks to me better traction like that lol.

 

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12 hours ago, a_sannine said:

 

Looks to me better traction like that lol.

 

When backwards they will fill and not clean, ags are designed to clean.

If they were better traction only makes sense that everyone would have them backwards

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