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How hard is it to find parts for the old David Bradleys? The walk behind tractors are interesting to me and I may be able to get one but its been sitting a long time. Are the engines wisconsins??
 

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Derick,
I don't know much about them,but as far as finding parts it shouldn't be a problem. I sometimes see trailer full of them people are selling at shows. Im sure there are some parts that could be hard to get,but I believe there are clubs around for them. Those are the people I would check with
 

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moved it here Derick all ready some posts on here about walk behinds more peple will see it.. JR
 

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caseman said:
moved it here Derick all ready some posts on here about walk behinds more peple will see it.. JR
Thanks!
 

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Stephenscity said:
DerickS said:
How hard is it to find parts for the old David Bradleys? The walk behind tractors are interesting to me and I may be able to get one but its been sitting a long time. Are the engines wisconsins??
I don't know about your area but here almost every old sale seems to have one listed Just a thought keep an eye on your local sales.
I found two in my area for between 150 and 250 bucks, nice shape and running condition with their hoods....knowing that now I'm not sure if I'll spend any cash on it or just let it look neat in the yard ;)
 

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DerickS said:
Stephenscity said:
DerickS said:
How hard is it to find parts for the old David Bradleys? The walk behind tractors are interesting to me and I may be able to get one but its been sitting a long time. Are the engines wisconsins??
I don't know about your area but here almost every old sale seems to have one listed Just a thought keep an eye on your local sales.
I found two in my area for between 150 and 250 bucks, nice shape and running condition with their hoods....knowing that now I'm not sure if I'll spend any cash on it or just let it look neat in the yard ;)
If I know you it won't just set for long! :D



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Not all of them came with hoods. They're pretty handy though and fun to tinker with when you can't get out to the farm for a few days :lol:
 

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Ernie N Ky said:
Not all of them came with hoods. They're pretty handy though and fun to tinker with when you can't get out to the farm for a few days :lol:
The fella who gave me the unit found us a hood today for $35.00 so I had him buy it. I have seen a few advertised lately with a Briggs and Stratton engine...did they come with Wisconsons and Briggs?
 

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I'm not sure...any DB experts on here? One of my firefighter's uncle has a David Bradley with lots of implements out in his barn...not for sale...I asked :lol:
 

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Here is the hood....needs a paint job :lol: All I need now is one rim and the fuel tank and I could be dissasmbly and painting :D Oh and tires


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Tires look good,Maybe new tubes. Knew it wouldn't set long!!!!
The tread looks GREAT! except theyve sat exactly like that for over 8 years i think he said...they are trashed
 
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