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I JUST PICKED UP AN AC410 YESTERDAY WITH A 36" SIM. TILLER AND A 46" SNOW BLADE. COULD ANYONE GIVE ME SOME FEEDBACK ON THIS MACHINE, IS IT DIFFICULT TO GET PARTS FOR ETC... THANK YOU MARK

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nighteye
Hi Mark, Ive used my 410 for the last 13 or 14 years. I too was worried about parts availablity so I got a parts tractor (416) The thing still sets in the shed with just a couple minor things missing. Its a great machine,IMHO. If its a shuttle clutch,(410S) You will want to get a manual and follow the instructions to the letter when it comes to the adjustments. If I can help you out in any way, feel free to ask. Ken

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jdschool
You've got a great tractor that will outlast all of us if cared for properly. Just keep it adjusted and you'll be using it for a long, long time. The tiller will powderize an acre in a morning!

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jkmustang1
I am looking for parts for a buddy he has a 410s he needs correct gas tank and gage cap, a good seat, the trans shift lever knob, and baby moons both front and rear please e-mail if you can help thanks

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