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Old April 12th, 2011, 10:28 PM   #1
osweezea
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Default International 184 tractor w/ 60" Woods Belly mower

Still have it and would consider full/partial trades for a sport quad, 4x4 quad no smaller than 500cc, a two up quad, perhaps a boat if it works for our family. Or give me a shot on something else.



We are looking to sell our tractor only because we have bought a larger zero turn mower instead.

The tractor is an International 184 with a Woods 60" Belly Mower with hydraulic raise/lower.

We are asking $3000

The tractor runs great and has been a good mower for us. We used it to mow roughly 3-4 acres at our home. That's it. We have had it for about 2 years and the previous owner had redone some paint, replaced belts, and small things of that sort. He was very good with his maintenance.

In June of 2010 we had about $1900 worth of work done to it due to a previous owner who had removed a fuse, therefore causing some wiring to burn, and some to melt. Because of this, we had the tractor rewired at Aldermans. At the same time the pto switch, ignition switch, fuse holders, and pto clutch were all replaced. All wiring was removed and replaced. A new bracket was made to keep the pto from turning.

In May of 2010, a new coil replaced the old one and spark plugs were changed. Timing was adjusted and point gaps were set. Also at this time a compression test was done on all 4 cylinders and each was very good. Shortly after this, we wore through a brand new pto belt, and ended up having Aldermans replace the idler arm bracket and bearing, replace the worn belts with new, and realigned all the pulleys.

Basically this tractor is nearly completely rebuilt with the exception of the great running motor and transmission.

This tractor will also accept a snow plow, and I have one located if you would like more information on that. The plow would hook up to the existing hydraulics to raise and lower the blade also.

Feel free to call me at 810-691-3805 or email at osweezea@gmail.com. Thank you, Orea.









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