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Ryan

B110 restoration

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Ryan
Boy, I didn't know what I was getting into restoring this little tractor. You have to be a machinist, bodyman, mechanic and a engineer (to understand some of the ways of AC). The time and money that goes into this project is overwellming. This little tractor is like an addictive drug. I understand the phrase Labor of Love. I'm going to have about $1100.00 in it when I am finished. That is the tracotor and deck. I bought a 42" snow blade and chains for $75.00 a couple of weeks ago. A couple of days ago I paid $150.00 for a plow, disc, hitch adaptor, wheel weights, snow blower, lawn roller, and another snow blade. I can see right now this is going to be endless. My hat goes off to all of you for restoring and fixing these little tractors. Ryan

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Floydster
Ryan, I know what you mean about the cost of restoring. I just finished a JD 110 and have over $1400 in it and the amount of work was not to believe. But I must say the finished tractor is very enjoyable and satisfying. Floydster

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Just started my restorations of 2 b-110,s and a b-1 Thanks for the projected outlook on the costs involved. Brad.

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