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Well I went to look at the 314 this morning, very little black smoke when you rev her up that goes away after the motor warms up, tight bevel gear box, used to be a variable, but is just a straight pully set up now, so it's just a 3 speed. sheet metal is pretty straight except for the left rear fender. He also threw in a belly grader for a B-110 that has seen little to no use and from my measurements will work on this tractor. $300.00 didn't sting too bad.:D8D





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I got the Allis' together

Good candidates for restoration someday. The 4211 in the background was my main mowin' machine, but the pan gasket is leaking oil pretty bad, so I parked it and am gonna use the Broadmoor to finish mowing this year. Hopefully I'll find time this fall or winter to put a pan gasket in the 4211.

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