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It's a zero turn too!

 
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Nice lookin mower there Jim. Them narrow front are darn near Zero turns.
 

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Ron, they are so much more nimble than a wide front with a belly mower. :D
 
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I agree. I used to mow the field and camp ground area here at the camp with a narrow front Farmall in the past. Also have that Farmall C now. Don't mow with it but when parking it in back (tight area) its like turning on a dime. Easy to steer as well.
 

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I love these things I have 2 of them ;)

What is the seat thats on it? Its not the Monroe seat I dont think. It looks pretty comfortable too :D
 

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I love these things I have 2 of them ;)

What is the seat thats on it? Its not the Monroe seat I dont think. It looks pretty comfortable too :D

All I can tell you Bert is that it is the seat that came with the tractor, and my seat fits it just fine :!: :lol:
It is probably better for me than the bench seat cuz I mow hillsides, and it keeps me from sliding from side to side.
 

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Nice skins on the back
 

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Nice mower !! :D
Those rear tires sure seem to "Fit" the tractor, better than what they replaced. ;)
 

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Colin, I have an acre to mow most times, plus a bit more about every other time I mow.
 

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I like the whole set up Jim, looks good. I have a wide front with a worn out belly mower for the hillsides. Memory must be failing, can't remember if its a B or a C. :cry: :cry: Aint had it long enough to burn into the brain yet I guess. (only 2 or 3 yrs :lol: :lol: )
 

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Now I remember, sometime I want to change the Allis to a 12 volt system :idea: ;)
 

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I'm impressed! That's a fine "lawn mower" you've got - and I'm with everybody else, definitely loving the seat and rubber - looks just like it should. It looks like it does a fair job mowing too... ;)
 

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So anywho :? what brand mower is it and how wides the cut??
Ron, it's a 5' mower. I am not sure of the Brand, maybe an Artsway? It has no identifying markings or plates. It has had a new top welded on it. Bearings are tight and it runs quiet.
 
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Jim in NC said:
petra79 said:
So anywho :? what brand mower is it and how wides the cut??
Ron, it's a 5' mower. I am not sure of the Brand, maybe an Artsway? It has no identifying markings or plates. It has had a new top welded on it. Bearings are tight and it runs quiet.
Guess as long as it works good for you, the rest really isn't that important. thanks Jim
 
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