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Anyone have a left rear wheel hub and solid axle they would donate, or economically provide, for my poor old B-1. They have been worn and floppy for years. Today I cracked the hub trying to pull it with a broken set screw tip in the axle depression for the one 120° from the keyway. Finally got it apart but am afraid to do much. If the hub finishes breaking while in use I will have a 3 wheeler. As a matter of information. Neither my 41" grader blade nor my tiller will fit the new Sovereign. I'll have to keep the B-1 running until I come up with new or modified implements. Thanks, Roy

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