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Heres a few pics of the Ariens I picked up this spring..(25 dolleros)..Im lovin it. Working it hard. Its a very nice handling, riding, powerfull tractor with a heavy duty hydro...I know, its ugly. The lift works, interesting little arrangement, you pull a knob and the ram power is transfered to the front linkage. It has an option for a direct pto off the back, this one has the front with the shaft arrangement. everything works, wish i had a blade for it, i bet it would really rock and roll.........its got a 16hp kohler, the whole unit seems a bit heftier than my ol sov. [img]/club2/attach/Dougm/ariens4a.jpg[/img] [img]/club2/attach/Dougm/ariens1a.jpg[/img] [img]/club2/attach/Dougm/ariens 2a.jpg[/img]

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