The Blltz fogger is missing the pump on the top. The fogger my rather had had a rubber hose that pushed onto a length of copper tubing. which was connected to the muffler.
This one supposedly was bought new in 1960 or 61. Straight into the pipe on this one like the 61 and 64 manuals say.Don, does your rake have a tube large enough to fit the roller rest / split coupler directly? Some of the older ones (including mine) have a smaller tube that requires a coupler pipe to allow the hookup. I'm also noticing that your wheel hubs are different from mine, which matched the hub design on the old rotary plows. I really wish there was a way to date some of these old and unusual implements.
Those tool holder attachments were made all the way from 1935-1970's with out hardly any changes at all. It could be from any of those years.I posted this on the Craftsman forum and someone suggested I post it here also. I see that one is already posted but here is mine.
I picked it up at the Webster Flea Market in FL yesterday for $20. I already have it apart and much of it painted. It must have been in a barn since 1937, (year it was made) as there was little rust. I will adapt it to the sleeve hitch on my wife's Craftsman GT5000. Here is how it looked in 1937.
The man probably does not know much about gravelys because L202 is the number cast on the advanced casting. It was the part number for the advanced casting. He probably saw that and thought "oh its an L202". You will find that number stamped on almost all advanced castings put on Gravelys. I don't know what he means about a drive belt. Maybe he means a fan belt?mg:Here's a really unusual plow set up on a Model L.
Ad states "1960's gravely 2 wheel tractor Model L202 was running, not sure now. Missing drive belt and rope start. Tires have chains and is set up with plow attachment."
Wait, did it really say Model L202? An especially rare one, no doubt. And the belt drive is missing. I wonder why? :duh: