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I finally got a picture of toy on this site. I,ll try to add more
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very nice!
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Oh, my gosh - that sure looks great!
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Awesome.
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Very sharp machine!

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Purdy!
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hey I got it to work twice, I might get this figured out yet
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third times the charm
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I might have this photo thing figured out
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That first picture is like a "poster child" for this series of AC tractor!  What a good setting for the photo shoot.
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i know you said in the other thread but what are the tire size and what are the rear rims from/size
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Now there's a good example of a "Mean lookin' Machine"! Looks great Steve! Nice job!!

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Very nice, mine has similar tires. If you go with an ag tire in front it looks more tractor like, but will leave tracks in the lawn when wet.
When pretty pictures like this get published, some of us conclude "I got to have one".
I did.  And thus a few more 616-720's change hands around the country. I was told
a  A/C 720 sells for about $900 more than the Simplicity Powermax.
 
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We'll the simp,s don,t look as good as the a/c do to me. And yes a 4 ribbed tire on the front would look better , might be a summer project I don,t like changing tires in ten degree weather.i just got my three point lift arms from sandy lake the other day so I just got done cleaning them up and there in the house to warm up. I hope my wife does not shoot me when she sees me painting them in the basement..
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sharp little beast
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A good looking rig; headlight protection in second pix sold by AC/Simplicity? Herb(GA)
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What size front tires do you have on there?
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Tire size is 31-15.50-15 the same as the floatation tires that some tractors came with. These stick out about a inch wider than the rims witch make them look wider. I got my 3 pt arms painted and put on today. Now it looks like a 190. Summer project is to make a ac. 1200 field harrow to put behind it to take to a show or two
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Front tires are 20/8.00/10
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3 pt s locked and loaded
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what brand of seat is that,looks nicer than any reproduction I've ever seen,very nice tractor
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OH MY GOSH THAT IS BEAUTIFUL!
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I brought this thread back from the dead to ask:


Anyone know what brand of rear tire is on the 616 in this thread??

Edited by Bird76Mojo - 12 Sep 2020 at 10:17am
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Awesome nice job! One to be very proud of!
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NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Was going to pm Steve but he hasn’t been on the site since 2015. They look like Titans but I’m not positive.
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