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arnoldir

Anybody parting out a Powermax / 720

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arnoldir
Hello all, Now that my 720 "Turd" has it's hydro problem sorted out it's time to address all the little things that the last guy either left off or lost along the way. I've got a Want Ad posted but I'm not shure anyone reads those, so forgive me for being redundant. The hydro drive lever has no detent hardware, it would likely be easier to swap the whole assembly from the bracket out. I also need at least the hydro lift lever cover (Missing) but will take both sides as the right one is painted over. while I'm at it, I'd like to find a late front axle with the heavy duty spindles rather than screw around with the one on the machine as it is the skinny spindle version. If you've got da parts, I got da cash.

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