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larry8200

7112H cleaned up NICE.

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larry8200
If it wasn't for the left front wheel... I think I'm going to leave this completely original for now anyway. This tractor had to have sat in the weeds for a long time. There is virtually no wear on anything, and not a scratch under the seat, and look at the engine compartment... I'm not THAT good at cleaning. Completely serviced the hydro and ran it for an hour, Perfect! (for a Sundstrand) :D:D:D The 48" deck on the other hand.... needs help probably. More to follow.
















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OrangeMetalGuy
Paint those footrests and front axle/steering gear gloss black, then ya got something! Sorry, I kinda prefer the older style paint scheme! Looking good man. That's a clean hydro rear you have there.

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larry8200
quote:
Originally posted by OrangeMetalGuy
Paint those footrests and front axle/steering gear gloss black, then ya got something! Sorry, I kinda prefer the older style paint scheme! Looking good man. That's a clean hydro rear you have there.
I do too. I was thinking painting the dash and instrument panel orange, and the running boards black, like my 3416H.

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rsnik
Looks like no seat pan cracks at the end of the seat pan mount welds. I think you only need to open the seat pan about three times for those cracks to show up :D. I think you found one heck of a lightly used, clean, original tractor. dOd

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