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712 ADDED TO THE COLLECTION!!

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GregB

The 700 series Allis are one of my favorites. Good size, but still a relatively short wheel base. Also sits lower to the ground. Helps when you are mowing slopes.

Next year I hope to have a dedicated 700 Series for snow blower duties.

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PhanDad

You made a great score. It's in great shape. Add an electric lift and you'll be all set. Does it have a mechancial or electric front PTO to drive the snowblower?

And like others have said, IMO, it's the best sized tractor. This summer I was able to pick up a 7016 in great shape. It'll alternate mowing duties with my A/C built Homelite T-12 that's the same size.

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simGTH16

It has a mechanical front and mid pto , Do you know if they make a hydraulic lift kit for it or just electric ? Got a deck with it too , needs some work but not too much ,,,I think it and the 16GTH will split mowing duties this summer dOd

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PhanDad

No stock hydraulic lift for 7000/700 series tractors, only electric.

There have been several people that have installed 7100 series hydraulic lifts into the 7000/700 series tractors. Rod (HubbardRA)did it a while ago and Mike_H recently. Here's Mike's post:

http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=146804

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GregB

Another one of my projects, to add the Hydro lift. Have the ported trans already installed, have a "kit" of all the other parts. Decided I am going to use a bolt on brake pedal bracket instead of welding bushing to the frame.

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Mike_H

Keep an eye on Ebay. Occasionally, a complete Hydro "kit" will pop up. Or get ahold of Rokon2813 (Dan). For a while, he had one complete, and ready to go. Don't know if he sold it or not. For the price he was offering it at, you can't go wrong. I did it for slightly cheaper, but it took a lot of nights in front of the computer, scouring EBAY looking for deals, and figuring out how to make things work.

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