Sears Suburban SS12 plowing
1968 with full hydraulics plowing the fall garden. I probably could use
one more wheel weight on the outside...or get a little fatter : ) Let me
know if you want any videos explaining anything.
Some rusty old tractors we got for free
A lot of this is junk, but there is at least one diamond in the rough here.
It was a sight unseen must-take-all kind of deal, so we went with
Sterling's diesel Dodge truck and a borrowed trailer and pulled these
relics out of a poison ivy filled muddy yard and brought them to tractor
land. Oh yeah, and Dave got a bed liner for his Chevy for free too.
1970 Sears Suburban lawn tractor, 12HP Tecumseh
We bought this 1970 Sears Suburban tractor a few weeks ago, but never got
around to doing anything with it. The guy we bought it from didn't have it
that long and had no idea if it ran or not. After this video I got it
running better. I found the gas tank had water in it too, and I also fixed
the electrical. I swear, these old tractors are so much better built and
nicer to drive then any one sold now.
mtd 700 series mower / F-777
picked me up a mower today from a co-worker for $75.00
intro music was created by my friend craig from
viper by F-777 is available at http://f-777.newgrounds.com/audio
The Dirty 14. A collection of Sears Suburban Tractors 1967 through 1973 and 1976
The Sears Suburban Backyard Tractor Club presents: The first annual Sears
Suburban Garden tractor swap meet. Inspired by LynolsOffice videos, 3 guys
and a pole barn have found a relatively cheap hobby and have assembled a
collection of 16 Sears Suburban, Sears Super (SS), Sears ST, Sears Twin,
Sears Custom XL and a Sears Custom. 14 were put on a trailer and hauled out
to the first annual Sears Suburban Garden Tractor swap meet. Only a handful
of people stopped by the display and a couple of people exchanged emails
with us but it was hoot. It took 3 trips to get them all at the show and we
ran out of time to bring the 73 Custom XL and 66 Custom 6. All of these
tractors run but a few have yet to be dialed in. We also do not have enough
batteries to run them all at the same time. Watch for more videos to come
as we put these diamonds in the ruff to work with rotto-tilling, plowing,
snow blowing, excavating, harrowing, disking, mowing, hauling and
everything else we use these tractors to do around the house.