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Do a good deed and it will come back to you ten fold.. Took my B-10 down to the fire co. tonight to mow grass because the tractor down there has a flat. When the fire chief shows up walks right over to me eyeing up the tractor and says to me there is one of those sitting in my yard up there waiting for the scrap man to pick up. 8D First words out of my mouth.. "Do you wanna get rid of it???" :D Went up to check it out, sure enough there sits and old allis under a tarp, kinda beat up but he says it ran when he parked it. No tiller drive assembly or high/low pulley but hey its free. Going up tomorrow to pick it up. All this for the price of a tank of gas to cut grass at the fire co. :D:D Some days God just likes to see me smile and I am smiling today :):):D:D

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well picked it up today. Looks like an early B-10 pretty rough but trans turns when you push it, didn't try to move the engine. Will get to work soon on ripping it apart and see what I have to work with.

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