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AcFordHawk

728 / Homesteader restoration start

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Got bored one day and both needed work so out came the tools. Now just have to clean, weld, cut, sand, paint, rebuild engines.....

From previous post the pivot point on the 728 never did get completely free and I accidently applied too much brute force so now have a little more repair work on its frame.

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mowerman1193
Looks like a great start to me..Hope your not like me though..I never have a problem getting started..its getting finished that I always have problems with LOL..I have a 717 that I started 3-4 years ago..Its all painted with a new shortblock and everything..Just can't seem to get it put together,LOL

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Originally posted by SimpleTom
Looks like you've got a good start. Take your time and let everything dry and harden a couple days before you assemble anything. Tom
Do you think 3-4 years is long enough, .. I need to get started again on mine and put it together...:D:D

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