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I also aquired a Speedex today. A fellow cardiac re-hab patient thought that I needed another tractor. Wrong brand, but the price was right. I think that it is a model S-19. It has a 4 speed transaxle and a good running Briggs of about 7hp.




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Yes, it does have decent tires, but the rears won't fit any of my other equip. The old gal started right up with some fresh gas and a jump. I drove it around the yard a couple of times. I am planning to take it to the Pioneer show and possibly swap it for A/C or Simp. equipment. There is an active group of Speedex collectors in the area. Somebody will restore it and give it a good home. Jim

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