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This is the ones I have found here in the scrape yard so far.:D This 4108 I got because the neighbor need part for his 6008, but he found the 8hp engine had govener problems and put a 15 in it.


Then he put his blower on it.




Then this 210 that I have not checked out yet supposed to have a hole in oil pan.


and this B12 not checked out yet only found front axel mount shot.

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Hydro-Manic
Looks like your going to be competing with neighbor for the snow duty's. bummerB). Nice find see some AG's on that tractor in the rear of third picture,looks heavy duty. Nice save wish i could find something like that, but i think Perry would beat me to it LOL.

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