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OkieGT

For a DB collector there kind of the holy grail, but as far as being usable, any walk behind is a better choice, just my opinion. After "riding" one, the Bolens Ride Master was heads and tails above the tri-trac, or as I call it, the spruce goose, lol. It is a piece of history and I am glad some are saving them.

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I had one of those and they were not safe at all easy to tip and down on power safety was not on anybody's concern when made. As for the ridemaster they were slow and reverse was a trick to use and those dam Wisconsin engines were hard to start

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