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scroungin yard n garden tractor attachements


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Posted by old lars on July 30, 2004 at 06:55:31 from (216.220.248.167):

got me an old john deere 110 from 1973,anyhows i hit the out of the way mower shops for my parts i need used mostly ta save a buck unless its ignition then i go new on them,i found a 31 tiller with the shivs and spare blades for 200$ im a hopin ta get today or monday then i can do my gardnin easier and maybe make 20-40$ by doin neighbors gardens till its paid off,i got the snowblower n mow deck with mine when i bought it with a dead transmission i rebuilt and then went thru the rest of it bit by bit,it sure beats blowin big bucks an financin a new one ta get the same job done.i figure im into mine now 700 vs. what they want fer a new tractor.i do know guys who use the small ones to work large acreage gardens as well.a little bit of work can save ya alot.


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