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Johnhanson

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As a new member, working on my dad’s 1967 model 102. Where are members going for parts no longer available, gear shift knob, steering wheel, battery hold down, etc?
 

kmcconaughey

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John, WELCOME! As mentioned, C.C. Specialties has a great selection of parts, also R.F. Houtz & Sons, see colored boxes at the top of the page, has used parts. We have a classifieds section here that is definitely worth posted a wanted add in, as lots of forum members have spare parts they are willing to sell.
 

Paul Raymond

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Welcome John. I am new here as well and have found a bunch of great help here,from the people, the papers.....(manuals, pictures, and parts diagrams) Probably one of the best searches I have ever done on the internet!
 

Jay Fetters

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Welcome, and if you don't care about the tractor being 100% factory correct, you could always turn one on a lathe. I made mine out of some oak scraps I had laying around. My machine, being a hydro, needed three made. But they are very easy to turn, and would make a great first project if you don't have a wood lathe, but know some one that would let you borrow theirs for a couple hours.
 

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Sounds like a roller for the front of a 50/44A deck.
I have 2 w/wooden rollers. I believe they are original to those decks btw
 

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