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Originally posted by dentwizz
When my wife asks why, I say it's in case I need to work on one. Can't be left without a working one ;):D
oh im going to use that one for sure shes already complaining i spend more time with my tractors then with her

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Well, I can cry, my wife decided I need more exercise, so I am using and old..OLD walk behind Yazoo to cut the yard, as I take my time putting the "new" engine together for a 65 Landlord. Wish I had your storage problem...NIce!

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