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Jonny's early B-10 project


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I bought this in September of last year. I took me eight months to restore. There are new tires, new chrome, a new seat, and some engine work. I also restored the grader blade that is on it.
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Thanks everybody. I bought the dual spacers at the Portland, IN show. They went to something else, but they are the same as what AC made. And yes, that is a 10 inch pulley. It makes it go a little slower, but it is good for pulling.
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