Could be an axle key ????
If I go look at it I will check, ThanksCould be an axle key ????
That is a possibility, the high/low could be in neutral, ThanksHe could also be having problems with shifting into hi and lo
Worst case it would need a new trans, I have a extra, ThanksSounds like a fair deal to me, as far as it not pulling. It could be an axle key or it could not be going into gear, like Hugh said. There is a possiability that the trans is out of it.
It sounds like it could be a good deal if everything is in as good of shape as he says it is, Thanks for the input.Even needing a little work, still pretty good price with all the attachments. We have a local guy in Cincy wants $1200 for a SS12 with blade, mower deck, rear blade and plow.
This could also be true, I have a '67 Sub 10 that has the clamp on hubs and they are cracked, need to replace them yet. ThanksMost early Suburbans up until '68 or so had cast iron "clamp" style rear wheel hubs,that often cracked,and let the axle key fall out-my '67 Suburban 12 had that wrong with it,I thought at first the transaxle was junk the first time I tried driving it!..until I saw the axle shaft spinning,but not driving the hub!..I put later cast steel hubs on it from a '74 SS16 I bought for parts ...fit perfectly..
Thanks for the price list, I might have to go see what kind of condition it is in to see if its worth it, I will take pictures if I do. :trink39:Attachments included are..
-3 Point $100
-single bottom plow $100
-2 different cultivators $150 ( $75 each)
-weights and chains $75-$100
-manuals for everything
$700-$800 plus whatever the tractor is worth- I would definitely check the hubs first see if the axles turn and the tractor doesn't move- if that isn't the case, maybe the shift fork or something inside is messed up. Sometimes the trans can be full of water and frozen parts don't move well either.
Thanks for the offer, but I have an extra already. I would like to get a '68 because I think they are one of the best looking tractors sears made with the woodgrain dash and shifter plate.seems like an ok deAL. i got a rear end if you end up needing it or parts off it.
I love 68's! My favorite year. The clutch pedal does not have the pad on it- I think it is just 5/8 or 3/4 rodI got some pics of it today. It is a '68 Super 12. It also has the clamp on hubs so that may be why did dont go. It has a 42" deck with wheels, 2 bolt 3 point with center link, I think a 10" moldboard with weedbar, a middle buster plow, cultivator with disks that are still white, the bigger disk harrow that has 10 disks (this is a black attachment) front hubcaps, weights in the rear. The snowblower is the smaller of the two. Sent another email hoping to get more info, but tractor and attachments are original condition, minimal surface rust on the tractor, should clean up nice, deck has some rust, and some white, the rest of the attachments still have the majority of the original paint.
Did '68s have a square clutch pedal pad like the later ones? This is the only '68 I've seen with one. What do you guys think?
Thats what i thought, I thought it was odd a '68 had the pedal pad, could it be a late '68?I love 68's! My favorite year. The clutch pedal does not have the pad on it- I think it is just 5/8 or 3/4 rod