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Joe’s Topeka Highway Mower

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Joe just picked up this rare Topeka Highway Mower last month. Joe would love to find a soft door setup like is shown on this Topeka.

Topeka like these were assembled with jeep parts. I’ve updated the Topeka Mower info.

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18 Comments on “Joe’s Topeka Highway Mower

  1. Bob

    What;s the motor in that? Also, I’d think it’d be easy enough to make a soft cab for this thing, that and a heater would be nice. Looks in great shape too

  2. Joe

    The motor is a flat head 4 cylinder Continental “Red Seal” motor. I am working on a canvas style soft top with doors and a electric style heater is in the works as well.


  3. Marty

    I would like to add you to my Topeka Hiway Mower Owner list. Please contact me at 636-458-4402

  4. Tom Perendy

    Joe I have one very similar to yours in WI as well. Just finished frame off mechanical restoration and up graded front breaks to 11″ self adj. Has a soft top made by Amish family with NAPA heater. Wanted to squeeze an auto transmission into it ( all I do with it is plow snow ) but would have had to lengthen frame and did not want to do that.

  5. Joe DiMaggio

    I am thinking of selling the Topeka. It is just sitting, if anyone is interested let me know.



  6. Matt solie

    How much does a Topeka hiway tractor like that weigh? Or any idea of the gear ratios in the axles?

  7. Tom perendy

    Rear axle ratios in mine are 5.03. I have never weighed it but they are heavier than they appear

  8. Dave from Mn

    Motor is out, supposedly rebuilt many years ago. Not going to hold by breath on that, many times not true. Missing some of the sheet metal, was sent to a guy to sandblast and paint but he died so not sure if it’s still available. Needs lots of help. May get put in a corner and put on the waiting list, that should put it about 20 years down the road.

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