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TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!


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Old 08-08-2017, 08:41:28 PM
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Default Re: TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!

Just out of curiosity, since this design was bought and developed into the Rumely Duall, how would one of those front ends look on it?

Cool project, I look forward to seeing it progressing.

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Default Re: TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!

That looks very presentable with those wide wheels.the Rumely front end may be identical to the Toro, I think Rumely got the rights to copy the Toro and may not have changed anything but the name.

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Default Re: TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!

Kinda my thinking too
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Old 08-10-2017, 12:11:46 PM
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Default Re: TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!

Thanks Mike, David & Jon - You're may be right about the front axle being a possibility. I'd thought of that, and I have a Rumely DoAll, but it's a tricycle front, so I don't have anything to measure. I parked the DoAll next to the Toro just for a comparison of size. I don't think you can tell a whole lot from the photos, but the DoAll is considerably larger. Some of the parts look similar and may be interchangeable, but many are not. Rumely obviously re-designed much of the Toro to suit their own needs.

If someone reading this has a standard tread DoAll, I'd appreciate it if you would measure the width!

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Almost enough room under front end to do a single front wheel.
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Default Re: TORO Tractor - early 20's? Need parts!

How about the front axle from an S Case tractor. The tread widths sound about the same as an S. Gary Biewer might have one in stock. A short time ago Kent Macackin had a standard doall for sale, not sure if he sold it or not, and I believe the front axle was the original but had cut downs on front. I also believe the steering gear was correct. He is a Stak menber. Sorry Kent for misspelling your name. Jim
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Guys, I have one of these tractors I had bought our West at an auction a few years ago (Nixon sale). Someone might remember it I don't have pictures at this time. There was no front axle under it and it steers with cable. A few days after the auction in a junk pile across the road there was a front axle and two wheels that had been cut apart. I have been looking for the front wheels that I had misplaced and found them recently among the weeds. I will try adding the pictures of wheels and axle which I am sure are the right ones in the next day or so. Are there No other tractors out there that are complete with the front axle under them? I think the front axle looks very similar to a Fordson the wheels are not. Thanks, Rick
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That thing is a little scary looking.
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Don't know if this the same tractor or not but this one was sold a few years ago at auction in Indiana.

Zach
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Old 08-11-2017, 05:40:00 PM
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Yes, 30-90, that is a Toro! Sure wish I had some of those parts!

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