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Dan, Yep, I live close to the Steam Show site. Bought my 7117 used up @ Bently's 2 years ago. Also, there is a guy in South Byron that junks out garden tractors, but I haven't been there yet. Don

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Me either. I've been told he has a pretty good sized junkpile. He sells a lot there too, mostly cub and deere but anything if he can make a buck. He is fond of his prices though. He gets a lot of the back row stuff from Cedar Street Rentals in Batavia. I tried for a junkpile at Waterport Lawn And Garden which is right around hte corner from me but his wife says he isnt "allowed" to have a junk pile. All his rebuildables go to his son in Florida and they resell em down there. Nice to find another local.

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