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Mighty Mite Tractor


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Old 08-05-2019, 05:25:54 AM
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Good Morning All,
I was given a MM model 10 a few weeks ago. One of the rear rims is rusted out to the point where the inner tube is exposed. Having trouble trying to find one. Do any other tractor manufacturers use a rim that would fit? This will be one of the toughest projects that I've attempted. Hood has been modified, missing original throttle control, and missing right side brake linkage and components. Thanks in advance.
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Might try Miller tire
They sell wheels/rims
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show a pic, like to see the little bugger....
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www.stammtractors.com
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www.ottawamuleteam.com

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Old 08-06-2019, 11:55:42 AM
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Is that a Kohler engine I see in there? This would have had a Briggs Z originally. I might have a spare rim.
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Actually a Tecumseh. If I keep it, I want the correct motor on it.

---------- Post added at 12:28:56 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:22:34 PM ----------

Let me know if you be interested in selling.
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Did you ever check on that spare rim?
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I wonder if the Ottawa site is no longer active. I just emailed the email listed and it came back. Some of the links do not work either. The site incorrectly states that the Jaques-Frazer Model T was completed in Troy, PA. Frazer was in York, PA.


The fellow on the site says he has information on around 300 Jaques-Frazer tracators. I would like to contact that fellow if anyone knows who he is and has a working email address.
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