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larry8200
Ready for the storm, But not for winter, I'm still mowing. But I dragged these 2 out of the "Spare tractor pile" The B210 has a nice cab, just didn't have quite enough time. oh well... Seems to be some missing tractors, I could only find 26 this afternoon! C








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dirtmister16
larry, you can send me that front belt cover for the blower, you won't need it anyway i hear you can shovel faster then any blower. but me on the other hand, im slow and well i like sitting on my tractor lol. all looks good larry.

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B10Dave
?? Wood burners? Perry; I have not fired up the shop furnace yet. Temp in the shop today is still in the high fifties. Hope to make it to Nov. 15th before I start to pay for gas. Dave.

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