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HB-212 Attacks Lake Flakes

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JimDk
A nice cool breeze came across Lake Erie and dropped about 6in. of snow on my driveway yesterday. Here is my ugly HB-212 piling it in my yard. The hydro transmission and lift sure make life easy. Jim


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Karl_Brandt
Nice to see someone got to play in the snow.:Osm00 The snow we had was not enough...under 1 inch.OO Whats so ugly about your tractor,I have a AC B-208 painted green.:Y Karl

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D-17_Dave
Nothing wrong with that HB that I can see.;) Looks good when they get to work some. Roy, I see 4 bolts on those centers. Could be a recessed set of wheel weights.

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JimDk
Those are homemade weights on deep center wheels. Solid steel about 4" thick. Weigh about 40# each. I call it "Ugly" because someone stood back about about 4 ft. and squirted orange paint at it. I hope to paint it between snow and grass mowing time. Joshua, No, that is not the tractor that I have for sale. That one is a B-112 with manual lift,vari- drive, and much nicer paint. I used it some until I got the HB.

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Kent
quote:
Originally posted by joshuaareed
What does the HB stand for in HB212?
H = Hydro Simplicity put it at the end, such as 3212H while Allis put it in front with the HB212.

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