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Hey there experts!

Can you identify this Lawn Boy?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/6691768863/in/set-72157628856940009

The swath is either 19" or 20" (I don't know if you measure the blade length or the deck diameter.)

I've looked the engine/carb/deck over, and can find no numbers anywhere on it. I would like to know the model number for personal interest, and so I can get some service literature.

Thank you

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157628856940009/
 

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I've seen that deck before, but I don't remember what it was. It wasn't a Lawn Boy. Frankenmower vote #2. Good find on the engine.
 

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I don't know the model# but it looks like one of the Canadian models. They were a bit different than the ones sold here in the states.

I've seen one like it on this forum over the years but I can't seem to find it in the search...
 

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I think that was a Canadian only mower if I remember right, a member from Canada posted a question asking about one that he had acquired about a year ago. I don't think we ever figured out what model it was called though. Our best bet at coming up with a model number is IMAlawnboyfreak, he remembers everything.
 

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For odering parts for the engine you can use model number 5024, I am pretty sure that your engine is a D433 and the 5024/7024 along with most of the bricks of the mid to late 70's had that same engine.
 

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For ordering parts for the engine you can use model number 5024, I am pretty sure that your engine is a D433 and the 5024/7024
along with most of the bricks of the mid to late 70's had that same engine.
I think this is correct. Canadian Frankenmower vote #3.
Deck looks durable, wheels look Canadian.
Clean her up. Repaint, rebuild it.
Looks to be worth the effort. :fing32:
 

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I recall one showing up on here late last summer I think... Maybe dig through the pictures thread? I thought it was in a line of other models...
 

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One more vote for Canadian! Definitely a D-400 series engine. I know the staggered wheel Canadian one was a model 3060...not sure about the 4-square. That's a 20" blade by the way.
 

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On a couple of my bricktops the model number was stamped into the flaps of the shroud that go over the head fins, have a close look it might not jump out at you at first.

I like the body, i always like the unusual.

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In New Zealand the plastic carby air cleaner was the D500 series which we had on mowers but in USA they were on snow blowers
 

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Consensus seems to be Canadian Frankenmower so far. Thanks for all the replies.

“Good find on the engine.” – coolted
Thanks. The deck doesn’t tickle you though?
“For odering parts for the engine you can use model number 5024, I am pretty sure that your engine is a D433-“ Lawnboy77”
That will be useful, thank you.
“Clean her up. Repaint, rebuild it.” –johnsonmk
I might do that eventually. You can see someone already gave a shot at re-greening.
“dig through the pictures thread?”- LawnboyKS
Thanks for the tip.
“ That's a 20" blade by the way.”- Jimbird89
Also good to know.
“On a couple of my bricktops the model number was stamped into the flaps of the shroud that go over the head fins”. - Pcamore
I know the spot you mean. I’ll take a look this week.
 

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love that muffler,seems like the ol boy can take some deep grass with that big dischage and multiple exhaust ports.id love to have that
 
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