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Traded a B212 I got with my B12 for a Landlord 101 hydrolift mess. I am taking a few parts off it and junking the rest. I was happy to get the hydrolift so now each tractor will be hydrolift. I didnt get it apart tonight so I pushed it out into the snow just in case there are any varmints living in it. I am going to take the grill, trans and BGB and maybe the spindles. DO you guys see anything i should take off it and keep?




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