1975 Ford Lawn and Garden Attachments

This brochure, publication AD-8085, highlights attachments and accessories that were available for the Ford lawn and garden tractors in the mid-1970s in the United States.

The brochure is divided into three sections:

Note that this is for historical reference only, these products are not currently available.


Keep your Ford Lawn and Garden Tractor or Rider Mower busy the year around with implements and accessories to meet a wife variety of needs. Items on these two pages are sticked by Ford Supply Depots for quick availability. Listings are for current tractors. Ask your dealer about equipment for prior model Ford Lawn and Garden Tractors.

48-inch trip dozer Blade, 48-in. Trip Dozer
Angle this blade 30 degrees right or left, right from the tractor seat. Smooth gravel driveways, do light grading, push snow with this jusky dozer. 15.5-in. high blade with replaceable scraper bar trips to clear obstructions. Channel frame attaches to rear of tractor for positive push. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
42-inch trip dozer Blade, 42-in. Trip Dozer
Move dirt, gravel, clear snow from drives and walks. Channel frame pushed from rear or tractor, minimized strain on the tractor frame. Spring trip protects against damage by obstructions. Blade angle and tilt adjustable to the job. For models 70 and 75 Lawn Tractors.
42-inch economy dozer Blade, 42-in. Eonomy Dozer
Clear snow from drives and walks, do light duty dozing with this 15.5-in. high blade. Replaceable scraper bar, two adjustable skid shoes. Blade angle adjusts 30 degrees left or right. Lifts up to seven inches for transport, float to cut deep as two inches below ground level in use. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
48-inch rear blade Blade, 48-in. Rear
Level driveways, do light grading with this ear mounted Arps blade. 13-in. deep moldboard with reversible cutting edge and skid shoes to provide long life. Blade angles to five positions, can be offset to either side to extend beyond tractor. Requires rear lift hitch. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
40-inch snow blade Blade, 40-in. Snow
Save your back, use your Ford Rider Mower to clear snow. Weight of engine and operator over the drive wheels give the Rider Mower surprisingly good traction. Add tire chains and you'll move snow fast. For all Rider Mower models.
Large dump cart Cart, Dump
Haul up to 800 lbs in this rugged super deluxe dump cart. Box of heavy 14 gauge steel is reinforved for heavy-duty service. It's 12 inches deep, 48 inches long, and 30 inches wide to hold 10 cubic feet. 16-in. diameter wheels with 4.00-8 pneumatic tires for a smooth ride. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
Medium dump cart Cart, Dump
Carry up to 500 lbs in this husky six cubic foot deluxe cart. Box of sturdy 16 gauge steel measures 10x25x48 inches. 4.00-8, 2-ply pneumatic tires ride easy over rough ground. And when you want to unload, just dump it, quick and easy. For all Ford models except Riding Mowers.
Small dump cart Cart, Dump
Why use a wheelbarrow when you can move materials so easily with this four cubic foot cart? Sturdy formed steel tray has no seams to rust or break. Big 16-in. wheels roll on sealed ball bearings. 4.00-8 pneumatic tires soak up bumps. Adjustable hitch. Dumps easily from the tractor seat. For all Models.
cultivator Cultivator
Cultivate garden or field crops with this husky unit. Gauge wheels control working depth. Shanks attach to adjustable frame with handy "Wedge-Lock." Set up to match row spacing from 6 to 42 inches. Seven reversible shovels. Strap for holding weight block. Rear lift required. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
Grass catcher Grass catchers, rear-mounted
Pick up grass clippings, leaves and other litter as you mow. Five-bushel capacity permits an ample mowing peroid before stopping to empty the bag. Side-mounted grass catcher also avilable. For all Riding Mowers.
Disc harrow Harrow, Disc
Eight 11-in. blades loosen soil for seedbed preparation and weed control. Width between gangs adjusts from 1 to 14 inches, giving cutting widths from 29 to 39 inches. Gangs can be angled 10, 15 or 20 degrees. Couple two units to make a tandem disc. Weight box carries standard 16-in. concrete block. Attach to drawbar or new sleeve-type hitch. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
50 inch mower deck Mower, 50-in. Rotary
Cut a wide swath to finish big mowing jobs in a hurry. Three blades in a rugged 12 gauge steel housing mow smoothly. Washout port for a standard garden hose adapter. Six adjustable rollers, two in front and four in back, help prevent scalping. Cutting heights from 1.5 to 4.5 inches. Overall width, 60 inches. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
42 inch mower deck Mower, 42-in. Rotary
Popular 42-incher is big enough for estate-sized lawns - small enough to work around shrubbery and buildings. Three blades, rugged 12-gauge housing with washout port. Six adjustable rollers guard against scalping. Cutting heights from 1.5 to 4.5 inches. 52-in. overall width. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
34 inch mower deck Mower, 34-in. Rotary
Twin blades cut a smooth 34-in. swath. Husky steel housing with safety guard over discharge chute. Two gauge wheels help prevent scalping. Easy to attach. Cutting height adjusts from 1.5 to 3 inches in 0.5-in increments. For models 70 and 75 Lawn Tractors.
10 inch moldboard plow Plow, 10-in.
Plow a 10-in. furrow at depths up to 5 or 6 inches with this husky garden plow. High moldboard turns trash under. 11-in. coulter aids in clean plowing. Good clearance under the beam. Hitch adjusts for tire width and plowing conditions. Crank adjustment for depth. Rear lift hitch required. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
Landscape rake Rake, 48-in. - Rake, 72-in.
Handy multi-purpose rakes can be used for raking, light tillage, leveling and landscaping. Five angle settings. One-inch spacing between spring-steel teeth. Optional gauge wheel No. 09ARN46B for accurate control of working depth. Rear lift hitch required. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
42 inch two-stage snow blower Snow Blower, 42-in. (Two-Stage)
When high-capacity equipment is required, the 42-inch wide two-stage snow blower answers the need. First stage auger feeds snow from both sides to the center for the high-speed second stage impeller to blow it where you want it. Effective in deep or drifted snow. Spout adjustable fron tractor seat. 180 deg. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
42 inch single-stage snow blower Snow Thrower, 42-in. (Single Stage)
Clear walks of snow in a single pass- clean driveways and parking areas in a hurry with this husky single-stage snow thrower. Discharge chute rotates 180 degrees to send snow the direction you choose. Big 675-sq in auger opening swallows heavy snow fast. Replaceable scraper bar and skid shoes. Overall width, 43.5 inches. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
34 inch snow blower Snow Thrower, 34-in.
Whirl snow away with this big-capacity high-velocity snow thrower on your Ford Lawn tractors. 34-in. wide auger. Discharge chute rotates 270 degrees. You'll like the single belt drive and spring-loaded clutch. Engine PTO for Briggs & Stratton engines. For models 70 and 75 Lawn Tractors.
Spiker Spiker, 36-in.
Aerate sod, stimulate grass root growth with this spiked roller behind your Ford LT or LGT. 80 spikes make opening for aeration - help fertilizers get to the root zone. Ideal for reseeing and maintenance of old sod. Self-aligning bearings. For all models.
Lawn sweeper Sweeper, Lawn
Pick up leaves and clippings with these handy lawn sweepers. Available in 31 or 38-in. width. Rear dumping and sweep height adjustments made from operator's seat. For all models.
36 inch tiller Tiller, Rotary 36-in.
The easy way to till up your ground. Break up and blend soil without pulverizing it. Ideal for renovating, preparing seedbed or just right for gardening. Tines are replaceable as well as self sharpening. For Ford 100, 120, 125, 145, 165 LGTs.
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