Webb 14" info

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AlanY
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Webb 14" info

I'm very new to this game, so forgive me for asking simple/silly questions. I have acquired a Webb 14" lawnmower and as a restoration project to keep me occupied during the next long six months as given to us by C-19.

I'm trying to get ANY information on the enclosed Webb lawnmower, other than the s/n, and it was made by Webb, I have no idea what model number, or age, this mower might be. If anyone could point me in the right direction for a parts manual/handbook for both the mower and the engine, I would be obliged. At the moment I've got it to run, and and cuts grass (of a sorts), however for certain I will need a couple pieces of tinware that have rusted away, along with some parts for the engine.

Any help welcomed.

Thanks for your help.

AlanY 

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This would have been made

This would have been made about 1984 I 'd guess and I think it was about the last mower to have the Webb name . By then it was part of Atco Qualcast and the engine is 114cc Atco unit . Probably some information in the books/brochures section of the site . Previous Webb mowers had used belt drive and Briggs and Stratton engines . Finding the tin parts may be a challenge- mechanical parts less so if common to Atcos

AlanY
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Thanks for the information.

Thanks for the information. Anyone have anything else on what this might be, and a spares list?

TIA

AlanY

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More badge engineering, it is

More badge engineering, it is an Atco Commodore with different covers and handles. It is also not the last machine with the Webb name, there are rotaries and that awful take on the Qualcast superlite Panther with a plastic rear roller.

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Thank you very much for the

Thank you very much for the information. I've looked at the Atco Commodore parts lists and it does look very similar to my Webb 14" in many ways. The handle frames and fuel tank look different but I think you've hit it on the head with the part numbers for the mower itself.

My next challenge  is to try and source some tinware, eg the delivery plate, and the delivery plate extension, both of which has suffered with the test of time and are currently almost rusted away. Any suggestions as to anybody who can help with either new or good secondhand pieces?

TIA

AlanY

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Hi Alan,

Regards, Henno

AlanY
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Hi Henno

Hi Henno

 

thanks for that it is very helpful, much appreciated.

Alan Y