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Hello everybody, Bruce here. I'm new to the club as of this morning but have been registered for some time. I purchased a nice B210 back when I registered. Nice machine. few extra attachments with it as well. Got some work to do to her but she is up for some plowing in the next few days. Repaired the steering slop right off the bat. I will share the repair process after I figure out some new club beni's and picture uploading. Well, gota get busy, later

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