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post #1 of 9 Old 06-21-2015, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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1964 110 pulling ?

Any thoughts on the 64 JD110 and 3 speed transaxle being used for pulling tractor in the stock class. Thinking about making a pulling tractor and have a 110 that I would like to use, but have heard the 3 speed transaxle was not meant for ground engaging implements, so am a little concerned about it as a puller. What do you guys think, ever seen one at pulls?
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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

These little tractors will pull. Look down for Camilla and Aaron I have two threads on here.

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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

I have no information as to the year, or even if it started out as a 110. I'm pretty sure it is though. I only know that I had to take a couple pics of this little beast. The side by side with the 400 is for size comparison.
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OMG, that a lot of weighs. Likes like a Jacobson clutch setup.
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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

Are you sure this is a 110. What ever it is it sure is cool. Sure would like to see some more of this machine. The weights well that's a lot. We had to add 600LBS to ours to get to the 1000LBS limit.

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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

looking at the size of it, and what the steering column is, I THINK it might have been built on a JD 60 frame (that looks like about the right size, and the steering column is the same as mine). However, that's NOT your grandfather's lawn mower! The only stripes its going to leave in your lawn are the two wide black smoking ones!
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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

That's entirely possible. Or more like probable. The round fenders, and metal seat just made me think 110. I do recall that it was tiny. That's why I had to get a pic of it in it's pulling outfit. I would have liked seeing this little tractor pull. It would have been a blast. So a 60 frame then?

It may very well be at the Long Island Antique Power Assn. tractor show and pull again this coming July. I'll keep an eye out for it.


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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

Ok I can talk from experience as I pull with a 1964 jd110 in the lawn stock class of my local club. the 8 hp kohler k181 is more of a problem than the transaxle... I too first thought the transaxle would break but the problem is the stock 8 hp kohler just doesn't have the grunt... my first pull I was all ready to go, my weight with me on the tractor was right at the class limit of 1000lbs, I hooked up to the sled and got the signal to go... when I let the clutch out the engine immediately bogged down and stalled... I didn't even pull the sled 6 inches, but after reviewing the rules of my league with the staff officials I found out as long as the engine is stock and 16hp or under, it doesn't have to be the same hp engine the tractor came with from the factory... but the rules of your pulling league might be different so check first

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Re: 1964 110 pulling ?

I pulled with my round fender 110 and did alright in the 800, 900, and 1000 pound class in altered stock which for my group means you swap out your turf tires for bar lugs. I only did one year with it since my transaxle has a lot of wear in it. Slips out of every gear but first (mine is a 4 speed) so its not quite ideal for pulling in its current state. Once I rebuild the transaxle I might put it back out on the track. P.S. had the head off before I went pulling and could move the valves about 1/8 inch each direction in the valve guides. Ran great though.
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