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IH Lawn Sweeper by Parker Sweeper Company

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kteach27

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This is in very good condition. The canvas is excellent. Slight maybe 1" crack in metal on front. Tires are great, even the frame wheels. Frame is not all rusted. Made for Cub cadet by Parker Sweeper Company. Located in NY, Zip Code 14489 which is Lyons, NY. $175.00. Contact via messaging.
 

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rblough

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I'm really interested in this sweeper. The only issue is that you are 240 miles away from me. Any thoughts of shipping it maybe through Fastenal.
Thanks
Ron
 

kteach27

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UPDATE: Shipping is Possible. It is already torn down and boxed. Will ship FedEx. Contact me for details...it is a big box and heavy so don't expect it to be cheap.
 

joe from ny

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Just get one of these, and stencil “International” on it

 

kteach27

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Joe's correct, you can then buy a Murray tractor, paint it IH yellow & white and tow your redneck IH lawn sweeper.
 

joe from ny

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Growing up in NYC, I never saw one of these things before this post. They all look the same to me.
 

kharvey

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Kendal Harvey
I have a Agri-Fab sweeper and it's OK but I have used a parker and they are much nicer with the rear caster wheels and the frame surrounding the basket.
 

rblough

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I never expected it to be cheap. Can you give me an idea how much it would be to ship?
 

jpaxhia

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I know this is a cub deal and the old sweepers from the 60’s to the 80’s where great for small lawns compared to what you can buy today. But the best sweeper you get today for the money is a steiner. I have one and with a 5 acre lawn in moderate grass only new to dump it 3 or 4 times picking up 72” grass clippings. My 169 can barely pull it when it gets close to full.
Pics are from when I first brought it home.
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I know this is a cub deal and the old sweepers from the 60’s to the 80’s where great for small lawns compared to what you can buy today. But the best sweeper you get today for the money is a steiner. I have one and with a 5 acre lawn in moderate grass only new to dump it 3 or 4 times picking up 72” grass clippings. My 169 can barely pull it when it gets close to full.
Pics are from when I first brought it home.
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I think we need more pics, info, action shots, etc. Always wanted one of these.
 
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