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Karl_Brandt
Just added another tractor to my collection. 1977 AC 710 6 speedcame with 42" mower deck & 42"snowblower?. The guy I bought the tractor from did not know you can still buy parts for these tractors. He had 2 john deere tractors 212,214[:0],he wanted to sell the AC tractor^:D Karl

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JoeJ
Karl, You fellas find all the good stuff. I had a friend give me a tractor yesterday. He had asked me a month ago if I was interested, he said it was white and yellow. Oh yea, well it was a 10 horse Sears, my hopes died as he pulled in with it. But guess it will be tinkered up and set out with a for sale sign. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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dirtsaver
Joe If that Sears is a Custom XL or a Surburban don't let it go too cheap. A lot of pullers are giving big bucks for the rear ends 'cause they are heavy duty. There are collector clubs for those tractors too! Larry

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JoeJ
Larry, Not a suburban, and not sure about the custom xl, but is a light duty mower. My uncle has 2 or 3 of the suburbans, and they seem to be fairly good tractors. But thanks for the advice. Ok, tis a mute fact now. My son-in-law was just here, and it's now my grandaughters tractor. hehehe [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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Karl_Brandt
I got the AC 710 running after draining the water out of the carb & fuel pump.The engine needs to be rebuilt,burns oil.:( The transmission will not go into 3rd speed.:( Looks like a repair job for later. I started to work on my AC 919H.Have to remove the steering assy to fix somebodys hack job on the steering shaft. Karl

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upstatemike
Joe, I've got somewhat the same deal brewing. A guy stopped by yesterday and asked me if I wanted an "older" "red" lawn tractor. He says it's "big" and is "complete" w/ "new tires". I'm hoping Wheel Horse, but probably Agway, Murray or MTD (junque)... I'll get it later today...

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JoeJ
Mike, Never say no! At the worst, my scrap yard is only 15 minutes away. but even for those machines, folks always need parts. And prolly more often. [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/uploaded/JoeJ/joej_sig2.gif[/img]

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