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post #1 of 4 Old 04-13-2012, 10:13 AM Thread Starter
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New from Briggsdale, Colorado

My google searches kept sending me here. Seems like an active place. Informative.

I'm acquiring an old Murray riding mower as well as an "unknown" (per my brother-in-law) riding mower tonight. Eventually I'll be in the market for an old farm tractor (JD, M-F, A-C or similar) since I have horses and 80 acres to take care of. I will be going through the big tractor threads to learn about them so when it's time to buy I will a least a little bit informed.
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post #2 of 4 Old 04-13-2012, 11:45 AM
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Re: New from Briggsdale, Colorado

Hello, and Welcome to MTF, RustyHorseRanch

I'm sure we can help you with the riders and the search for the big tractors too.

If you're able, take some pictures of the 'unknown' as we have some pretty talented folks that know their history of these machines
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post #3 of 4 Old 04-13-2012, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Re: New from Briggsdale, Colorado

Thank you for the Welcome! If I get stumped, I will definitely snap some pics and post the numbers of the "unknown". I haven't seen it myself. Free is a good price though. Just briefly running through some posts there are a lot of helpful folks here. Of course, I'll post under the appropriate forum!
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Re: New from Briggsdale, Colorado

Welcome to MTF, Hello, from Northern Illinois. Glad you joined us.Lots of info to be found here.

Dont junk it,build a Hot Rod..

No matter how big a tractor you buy,its never big enough.

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1966 Sears Suburban 10/6
1966 Sears Suburban 12/6
1967 Sears Suburban 10/6
1968 Sears SS12 Hydro-Trac
1969 Sears SS12
1974 Sears ST16
1977 Sears Custom 12
1977 Sears Suburban 18 Twin [BG/MS]
1978 Sears GT18 [B48M]
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1992 Murray 14.5/42 GT 42910X92A
1994 Murray 16/46 GT 46901x92A
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