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Found on my doorstep

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Chris727
This box showed up on my doorstep the other day.


Now a look inside:


Brand new lift lever grips or crankshaft guards from the OEM supplier.


New thumbscrews for B-100/200 hoods. Now my I'll have a matching set for the B-110. I bought these from Mark Wells. I want to thank Wells Implement for making these parts available to us and for the great service received.

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Talntedmrgreen
I had the very same box and contents show up from Mark once upon a time. In coorespondence with him, he was a class act to work with, and has a few of those 'lil tid bits that make nice finishing touches.

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