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    Bolens ht20,1886, g14 and IH lo-boy 185

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    I just bought this bolens g14 1453-1 today. It just needs a clutch. Cant wait to fix it up.
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    Great job. That looks like its in nice shape.

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    Bolens ht20,1886, g14 and IH lo-boy 185

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdaddydon View Post
    Great job. That looks like its in nice shape.
    Thanks a lot

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    Bolens G192/TS1910 Ford/New Holland 1920

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    I had a G192. An excellent, well built machine.
    Made by Iseki.
    Would probably last for many years but it was always one part away from worthless, as the repair parts are hard to find and very expensive.
    I really liked that machine, 2 cylinder isuzu diesel.
    Be sure to understand fully what the operating costs are before you put out a bunch of money. Some of those Bolens imports are really hard to find parts for. You will find that people will tell you that parts are available but man they take a long time to arrive and they are very expensive.

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    Platinum Member Raspy's Avatar
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    NH TC29DA Bolens G14 Skytrac 5028 Dodge Cummins Jeep Rubicon Grizzly 700

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    Brian,

    Nice find!

    I have a G14 too and it's a nice tractor. They have the overhead valve single cylinder engine and are VERY torquey.

    My clutch is OK, but I need an input shaft bearing for the transmission. At least that's what I think it is, but I haven't torn it down yet and I can still use it.

    Where are you getting your parts?
    John

    I only exaggerate enough to compensate for being taken with a grain of salt.

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    Bolens ht20,1886, g14 and IH lo-boy 185

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raspy View Post
    Brian,

    Nice find!

    I have a G14 too and it's a nice tractor. They have the overhead valve single cylinder engine and are VERY torquey.

    My clutch is OK, but I need an input shaft bearing for the transmission. At least that's what I think it is, but I haven't torn it down yet and I can still use it.

    Where are you getting your parts?
    Hi there. I havent started working on it yet but Im sure Ill find the parts on the web. It might just take a while but thats ok, this is just a hobby. I have a modern mower to do the grass. Good things come to those who wait. Thanks for the reply.

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