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Found a nice 208-super

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Jonnysac
I picked up this original 208 super a few days ago. This is a one owner tractor.
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This is after I got it home
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After some cold water
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Some other stuff I picked up
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toakley
I'm just curious, but what does the "super" stand for? I have a B207, which originally had the 7hp B&S, so I'm assuming that the B208 is equipped with the 8hp power plant. Just wondering....Tom

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Chris727
I think the "super" had something to do with having the seat with arm rests and the raised hood , whereas some had a flat hood like a homesteader 8 and a regular "low back" lawnmower seat. I believe another difference was the "super" tractors had larger tires and hubcaps, these differences were outlined in one of the owners manuals at the time for a B-207 or 208, I have one at home but don't have it here, seems to me that Kent had it posted somewhere on the main site, I'll look for it and post a link if I find it.

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Larger tires, Armrest seat, and chrome bumper. 208 Front 13 x 5.00 x 6" Rear 18 x 8.50 x 8" 208 Super Front 5.30/4.60 x 6" Rear 18 x 9.50 x 8" shipping weight 208 530 lbs 208 Super 540 lbs

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