For brand new Gravelys you can visit the
company site. Unfortunately it requires three carefully chosen clicks to get to the
two wheel tractors!
I recommend you visit Dick Harrold's Tractor Club of America site. Lots of great links, photos and information such as a cross reference between serial numbers and year of manufacture. Dick also has an excellent list of attachments for Gravelys.
Another great personal site is New England Gravely.
See James VanBokkelen's site for a Service Manual for the 7.6 HP Gravely that he typed in. He also has some history of Gravelys.
For accessories you can't do without, check out Zena Inc. for a welding conversion kit for Gravelys! Or how about a Nieman Roof Remover and Blade Attachments. And I thought I built odd Gravely attachments! If you would rather keep things on the ground, here is a floor scraper built around a Gravely.
For a backhoe or a front-end loader for riding tractors see P.F. Engineeringfor lots of great pictures of both products.
Gravely attachments for your belt: a Gravely belt buckle from Richard's Lawn and Garden. They have a nice catalog of Gravely parts too. While not a Gravely item, the 1200 pound capacity single axle garden trailer from Country Manufacturing looks hard to beat. For many more non-Gravely tow-behind items see Wicko Industries in Lincoln, Nebraska. They have rakes, aerators, spreaders, sweepers and more.
How do you know that you have spend too much time tinkering with your Gravely in your shop? Why a Gravely Clock of course. For a comfortable seat, you need a seat cushion from Jack's Small Engines.
A site in Sweden that seems to have a Gravely cousin product.
The History of Dunbar, West Virginia site has a picture of the Gravley Motor Plow and Cultivator Company used until the late 1960's.
If you live in Denver, or nearby, you can attend the next Hause Equipment Gravely Swap Meet and maybe find that special item to add to your collection.
For groups on the net that discuss Gravelys see Yahoo!'s
Lots more tractors, some Gravely , some other two wheel models, and lots of interesting stuff, can be seen at Karl Brandt's site.
Gravely two wheel tractors
Tractor Club of America
List of attachments for Gravelys
New England Gravely.
James VanBokkelen's site
Welding conversion kit
Nieman Roof Remover
Gravely belt buckle
Single axle garden trailer
Jack's Small Engines.
Set of tracks
Gravely cousin product in Sweden
History of Dunbar, West Virginia
Gravley Motor Plow and Cultivator Company
Hause Equipment Gravely Swap Meet
Classified Gravely Ads
Selling Gravely Parts
Yahoo! New England Gravely Club
Yahoo! Long Island Gravely Club
Karl Brandt's site.