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    Posted: 13 Aug 2019 at 5:41pm
What model number and what is value?  Apologies for the bad pics.




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82-T, as to value, first check where the twin wheel drive meets the blade bushing.  If its loose, it may have insurmountable problems, unless you can find the parts, which are made, unfortunately, of unobtanium...Wink

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Last few I saw sell brought $500.00. I have a bucket full of parts left over, somewhere in the shed.
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Neat mower, appears to have been kept inside.
1968 B-208, 1976 720 (2 of them)Danco brush hog, single bottom plow,52" snow thrower, belly mower,rear tine tiller, rear blade, front blade, 57"sickle bar,1983 917 hydro, 1968 7hp sno-bee, 1968 190XTD
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Like said what its worth is what condition the Twin Wheel Drive parts are in,I have one I quit using went to a 456 New Holland the drive set up on a NH is better and less troublesome in my opinion.Although the 82T will cut with any mower if its in good shape with a sharp sickle assembly.
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Thanks!  I'm going to pull it out of the weeds when I get a chance and give it a good once over.  If tight, no foreseeable problems, I might pick it up.  I think I will hook it up to my 45 and give it a run around the yard first.  It has the wrong hyd cylinder on it for a 45 though so can't check it out too far me thinks.

I don't think I would be too far out of line to offer him $400?
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I'd let them price it you never know he might say $100. You can use that cylinder just take the hose off on the end nearest the PTO shaft and you'll need to put in a breather if you use it that way.
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Not trying to hyjack but I'm planning on rebuilding my 80t which has stamped on it "twin head" so I'm asking this to see if mine is worth putting the $ into buying new guards/ blades/ hold downs...
my plan is to remove entire sickle bar from head so I can take it into my shop and disassemble it there to replace/ tighten up the components, but what am I looking for when people say check at head for looseness or wear? And I'm assuming this needs checked before removing bar from head or can I see anything after or would it be easier to check once removed or still intact?
Thanks Matt

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Specifically, check the twin wheel drive bearings, that start at the bottom of the twin wheels, and extend out toward the sickle.  if there is a lot of up and down play, in the 2 bars that stick out of the twin wheel drive, you have problems.  Also check the clamp bar, where the sickle meets the outer bearing bar, if that center hole is loose, again, trouble.  What tends to happen is the clamp gets loose, and you start breaking the sickle, generally breaks where the sickle head ends, about 12-18" from the drive end of the sickle...Wink

Oh, almost forgot, these checks best performed with the sickle out. Only difference I am aware of, between 80 and 82 head, is 82 uses a serrated bushing, where the 80 uses a cupped bushing, IIRR...Wink


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Okay thanks for the great info, I will do my diligence to do these checks once I remove the sickle bar from the twin head it sounds like is best correct? I'm also thinking of buying a manual for this mower so that I can have an exploded view of what I'm checking, thanks Matt
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Ain't the brgs and connecting rods made of unobtainium?
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Ha, were there's a will...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Hunt4Allis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Aug 2019 at 10:39pm
Speaking of the difference between an 80t and a 82t, what is it?
I'm looking to buy a manual for my mower and want to make sure it's the right one before I buy it( to match the mower I've got)
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Not a lot of visible difference. 80t has axle going straight across. 82t has axle at an angle.
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Ok I've got a straight axle, thanks Matt
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