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$75 B 10 runs good, no smoke, needs rear axle [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/rokon2813/b10.JPG[/img] and $20 B 110 [img]http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/attach/rokon2813/b110.JPG[/img] Any reason (I cant find one) the 110 axle wont fit the B10? And what do you think of my finds? Better hurry Mel or all the good deals will be gone before you move up here. lol:D

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What a deal! Years ago I found a Sears tractor with a snow blower and deck for $20; it was old, but hardly used. Only problem was the gear shift had jumped the dogs...and it was in forward and reverse simultaneously...took of cover and fixed it so I could drive it off the pickup....I still remember how good it felt! That's part of what makes our "sport" so fun....

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