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LesH

A deal I got..........................

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LesH
Just thought I would share this. It's not AC or simplicity but -- at auction I bought a Cub Cadet model 1650 with cutting deck for the otrageous price of $25. I thought there must be an engine or transmission problem. Got it home-- had new oil in the crankcase, all linkages worked, cleaned plug, installed battery, added gas. Fired right up after a few cranks!!!!!!! Everything works except for the flat tire on front. I never ran onto a deal like that. Now I can have pulls between the AC's and Cub Cadets!!!

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