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 06-23-2007, 13:26 Post: 143141
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Anyone know if there are any parts out there for the frame, gears etc.? Or for the engine? I think the original company was in Minnesota or there abouts. It was sold off to a company now in Cal. maybe? Their parts don't fit as far as I kow.
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 06-25-2007, 08:55 Post: 143180
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The Roof Mfg. Co. was in Pontiac, IL. but are long gone.

They made a variety of machines from high-wheeled walk-behind rough mowers to something they called the Palomino which looked like a Willys Jeep with a mower deck beneath it.

It would be helpfull to know which mower you have in order to know what parts you need.

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 06-25-2007, 10:50 Post: 143196
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I have the manual and info. I will pass info on when I get around to it. The unit was the smaller of 2 units commonly used to mow in nurseries as I understand. If I recall it is a model 65, the 75 being the bigger unit. It has a sulky or walk behind, saw blade, deck and cutter blade. Although a nice machine it can be a very dangerous device. Rope start.
Thanks. It may be awhile before I post again on this. The unit runs. I would be interested in gears.
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 06-25-2007, 11:12 Post: 143197
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HE GUY,

I know this isn't going to be of much help to you, but I just saw one of these things go up for auction at Proxibid.com.

The unit was for sale in Nebraska. It sold, with all attachments, for just over 300 dollars.....in perfectly working order; but for the sickle mower blade, which needed some work.

Keep an eye on proxibid for other such items that come up for sale at these farm retirement auctions. You'll be surprised what comes up, as well as the prices they go for.

I'm guessing that you could acquire the entire machine, at auction, for less than you'd spend on a single replacement gear.

Joel






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I am new to this site, found this site on Perr small engine site. I am working a Roof brush cutter, MN:74302, SN: 85425. I have the engine running fine 7HP B&S, but I think there is a few parts missing from the chassis. Therefore I am looking to find a IPL for this cutter. Any help will be greatly appreciated, Thank you for your time. Don B.






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 07-18-2009, 13:37 Post: 164181
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Recieved your message request. Do you have a digital photo you can send? Not sure I can help as my unit is in running order. Parts are near impossible to find.
I'll make a further reply as I am leaving right now.






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 08-24-2009, 14:28 Post: 165211
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roof gearbox----I bought the 7 in gear from Boston Gear. Found them on line---bostomgear.com (ND84) is their number for that gear.






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 09-04-2009, 12:22 Post: 165444
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Anyone know if there are any parts out there for the frame, gears etc.? Or for the engine? I think the original company was in Minnesota or there abouts. It was sold off to a company now in Cal. maybe? Their parts don't fit as far as I kow.Wink yeah right

Thanks. I knew of Boston Gear but never looked into them. Thanks again.
Used to use the machine on some of 10 acres of open field and to mow down an asparagus patch/bed.

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 09-07-2010, 19:32 Post: 173818
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My wives aunt has a Roof Mower Model #74302 s/n 77721 on Craigslist.......If you`re interested I could get you some better pictures. I doubt if this one runs, but I feel it`s all there.........Let me know....Barry






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 09-08-2010, 09:54 Post: 173845
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That's the mower. Trouble is I'm here in Ct.. Parts availability is an issue with this unit. It brings back memories using it on the 10 acres and taking down high overgrown brush. It's a great mower for clearing. Looks good for it's age. There were 2 models. I think a 65 and a 75. Can you tell which one it is?






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