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Old 05-18-2023, 11:07 AM
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I bought a 1650.....purely by ignorance mind you. It's impressive how much power it has. It mows, pulls, tows, and not much seems to bug it. It's a workhorse and I want to make it into the do-it-all it originally was.

I have the snow thrower and the 50A deck. Working on the rear hydro and adding a tiller to the bunch. There's so many things to look up but the previous owner was a good one and has most everything listed out as to what he did/repaired. Best starting point I think would depend on the guy you're buying it from.
My dad and I both have 1650 project tractors that won't take much to have complete. Our only quietlines, I do want to see the different between that and the KT17/M18 twins.
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I've decided to buy the first "good deal" machine I can buy. Preferably 14hp but any 129/149/169 or 1250-1650.

I saw a very good condition 1450 on ******** Marketplace this morning with deck and plow for $200. It was listed an hour and already pending. That stung!
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Old 05-18-2023, 02:27 PM
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I've decided to buy the first "good deal" machine I can buy. Preferably 14hp but any 129/149/169 or 1250-1650.

I saw a very good condition 1450 on ******** Marketplace this morning with deck and plow for $200. It was listed an hour and already pending. That stung!
That's a steal of a deal. Wish I had room for more of them!
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Deciding which CC garden tractor to get? Sounds like you have one of those good problems. Have fun with it.
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Anything with a single cylinder is gonna vibrate and shake, 82 series or otherwise. A flat twin or the Kubota inline triple are much smoother in the 82 series, with the 782d being the cream of the crop with its fuel sipping diesel engine. But that is a CCC built machine, not IH. I had a 149 for years, loved it, but found the 82 series just that much better and they are not really any larger than the 149. Wider hood, yes, but same basic frame length and fender pan.
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Will a 149 grill/headlight assembly fit a 1450/1650?
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