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you folks seem to enjoy showing off your "babies" and looking at others, I like orange and yellow but this is my current project. thought I'd show one off too... [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/rokon2813/db.JPG[/img]

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1959 David Bradley built for sears. I'd like to restore it eventually but right now it does all the gardening with the land plow, cultivator and home made disc and drag.

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Dan thats cool, It sort of reminds me of the Panzers, another tractor id like to putz with, so many, so little time...what kind of drive train does it have? engine?

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no idea what the rear end is, belt drive,one gear forward, one reverse somehow changes drection with 2 pulleys and a sleeve that slides between the two plus a variable speed pulley in both directions, original engine was 5.75 hp briggs, now 8 hp briggs, seperate rear hand brakes, front lift for the dozer blade, center lift and 3 point hitch. Can be trip to operate with a steering wheel, 7 available levers and no pedals

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