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Just a few short months ago I was down to ZERO tractors. I sold off my Wheel Horse collection, a fine one it was. (I decided to go a different route and I'm glad I did) Within a few months I snagged a real nice Big Ten, a nice 101 LandLord, and mint 606 RER. Within the past three weeks I picked up a 7016 that was completely apart and a real nice 7114. I have been on a roll! I'd like to find a different carb for the 7114 other than the Walbro, never liked em. It is perfect one minute and surgey the next. I can't take pics at the moment as I ruined two real nice camera's this summer getting them wet while out on my boats. The old lady said if I want another camera I'll have to wait till Christmas! Anyway, since no pics here is a quick video of my snow fleet. http://www.youtube.com/user/Feathercrafter?feature=mhum#p/a/u/0/7_66TVu-N3o

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