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larry8200
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Originally posted by perry
great lookin pair dOd not completely identical, the seat pan on the B-10 is not as wide as on the landlords.
I didn't know that, thanks. I wonder why? the sides of the 10's seat almost hit the fenders.

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rokon2813
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great lookin pair dOd not completely identical, the seat pan on the B-10 is not as wide as on the landlords.
I've been swapping orange and yellow parts for years and I never noticed. I had to go out and measure a couple... Sure nuff So I wonder if my "Squire 9" is correct or not ???:D:D

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Just for grins what was the price difference when new?
I couldn't find price for LL 101 or 2010. The 9 horse Landlord with electric start list was $695 and $14 for the pto. The BIG TEN with electric start was $685 and $14 for the pto.

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Originally posted by perry
great lookin pair dOd not completely identical, the seat pan on the B-10 is not as wide as on the landlords.
I didn't know that, thanks. I wonder why? the sides of the 10's seat almost hit the fenders.
landlord pan seat is wider and wount fit the B-10 pan.

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