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I can't help any on the "apparent" Big Chief, but I have a Bolens "Power Hoe Deluxe" like that one. It's been a few years since I've run it, though. I had to have one, since we had one when I was a kid.
The seller said his step-dad liked to paint things yellow and said this was one of the things he repainted. It was probably orange in it's earlier days.
Sea salt is healthier only because it gets stuck in the holes of the shaker and you can't actually put it on your food.
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I knew I could get some info here.
When I moved back into my parents' place about 5 years ago, my dad had a one wheel cultivator in the chicken coop.
Hadn't run in years and years and I barely remember him ever using it.
It seems he may have used it to hill his potatoes but not sure
I'm embarrassed to say that I needed the chicken coop for chickens and moved this machine out into the weeds.
Stumbled across it yesterday and found a plate.
Great Lakes Tractor Co in Ohio and it says Chief.
As far as I know, it is just a cultivator.
There are 4 or 5 straight times on the back
Not sure what engine it has but the serial number is readable.
Not a lot of stuff online about either Great Lakes or this machine
Looks like some here have some knowledge of it.
Since I'm retiring in a couple months, I was thinking of seeing if I could get it running
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