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 03-12-2015, 08:15 Post: 192322
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I have what I have been told is a 1968 tractor. I am not sure of it's Sears Suburban or a Dave Bradley Suburban. I do no know how to tell the difference. The fellow I bought it from started it up with a key which I ma having a hard time finding along with a manual. I was told that these items were very easy to get. Well...it is not that east for me. Could anyone provide any guidance? Thank you very much. - Robert






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 03-12-2015, 09:05 Post: 192323
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Robert,

Tractordata.com lists the Sears Suburban in several horsepower options. These tractors were made by David Bradley and sold by Sears.

I've posted a link to the tractordata page for one of these.

Click on the link below.

After you visit the pages at tractordata you'll likely be able to identify the exact model you have.

Hope this helps.

Joel






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 03-12-2015, 09:37 Post: 192325
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Go to www.tractordata.com for information






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 03-12-2015, 09:38 Post: 192326
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go down to sears and look at serial number then find it on Tractor data.com

This site has almost all tractors made
and you can go to 1-877-530-4430 and get almost any part you need.






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 03-12-2015, 16:10 Post: 192329
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Joel, thank you ever so much. This is far more information than what I had as well as a more solid start. Thank you. Where are you from Joel? - Robert






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 03-12-2015, 22:32 Post: 192331
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Robert,

I live in Cando (Pronounced Can-dew), North Dakota. I grew up on a 3000 acre farm about 100 miles west of here, near Glenburn, North Dakota.

Glad to have been of some help to you. I think you'll find a load of good information here from our very diverse membership.

Wishing you all the best with the new tractor. If you need anything, please ask. One of us is usually able to help.

Joel






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