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The B110 sat in my yard with four flats over the winter. This spring I got used tires on it so I could at least move it. A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to find a Johnson Front End Loader for a older Simplicity. Well my B-210 is apart right now because I am restoring it and don't want to rush it so I decided to work on the B110 and see if it would run. After a new set of points and condenser, soaking the carberator and rebuilding it the B110 now runs. It runs pretty good and the tractor drove so I decided to mount the loader on it. Today I spent the majority of the day mounting the loader. It was not that easy especialy without any help. I learned the hard way that I needed to take the muffler off because it was in the way and I had the front section on and off twice. It's allways easier the second time. I had to cut one hoses that didn't look too good and I will have one made tommorrow. So hopefully with a little luck I will be using the loader tomorrow.

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