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  1. Walk Behind Garden Tractor Forum
    My 1946 Frazer B1-6 is in pretty good shape and has likely been in storage for 10 years or more. It was originally delivered (according to a note on the literature) on May 5, 1947. Before I go on, let me say this isn't my first overhaul of something, but it will be my first full restoration...
  2. 1946 Frazer B1-6 (F)

    Before restoration, front.
  3. 1946 Frazer B1-6 (L)

    Before restoration, left side rear.
  4. 1946 Frazer B1-6 (R)

    Before restoration, right side.
  5. Walk Behind Garden Tractor Forum
    I tried cutting some alfalfa with weeds today with the Parker-Grate sickle-bar on my 1948 B1-7RS ROTOTILLER. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UHByDzJtKY&feature=youtu.be
  6. Walk Behind Garden Tractor Forum
    Does anyone know what these 'handles' are off of a Frazer rototiller? To me, they look too nice and matching to be homemade. Possibly used in one of the unique implements? Thanks in advance!
  7. Craigslist / Ebay / Kijiji Finds
    Saw an ad on New Hampshire CL today. Two or maybe three 4041 simplicity power max tractors for $1,000! Posted yesterday. Remove the tractors by Tuesday. Or, they go to scrap! I'd like to be there when he finds out how much their worth as scrap! I can't post a link! Maybe someone else can? Joe
  8. Walk Behind Garden Tractor Forum
    I have just uploaded an article I wrote this past spring for the Vintage Garden Tractor Of America newsletter on the history of the Frazer Rototiller for anyone who would be interested. Below is the link. http://www.zucksrototillers.com/FrazerHistory.html
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