Any Recognize what Brand/model this Mower is?

tom3

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Can't help with the make but I do note that box type front axle. Pretty light duty part and that one looks to be worn out and resting on the frame rather than the center swivel. Repairable - if the rest of the mower is serviceable.
 

Scrubcadet10

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If you have access to the mower, look under the seat, that's usually where the model tags are.
To me it looks like a Murray
with a camouflage pine needle paint job 😜
 

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Hood, grille, headlights look Sears/Craftsman to me. Bigger wheels and tires, twin Briggs without cooling sheet metal guards (not a good sign) geared transmission I'm guessing.
 

ILENGINE

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Hood, grille, headlights look Sears/Craftsman to me. Bigger wheels and tires, twin Briggs without cooling sheet metal guards (not a good sign) geared transmission I'm guessing.
To me it is a mid to late 90's MTD model 14 garden tractor with the style 0 hood and grill,The single speed transaxle with either the 6 or 7 speed variable drive control on the left fender with the forward/reverse shifter on the transmission tunnel Most likely the H 46 inch deck. The Craftsman riders during that time frame would of been Poulan/AYP not MTD.
 

scjarena

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Thanks for the replies. Definitely looks like a MTD. I was looking for parts and somebody has the mowers in the picture forsale.
 

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Just don't look at it for variable speed parts. They were junk when that came from the factory.
 
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