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B-207 on Steel

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jfrank1962
quote:Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen

How neat! And how the heck have I missed it? Been through there a 1000 times.


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id="quote">125 Morton Street, right next to Four Seasons Diner

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gwiseman

I've seen large frame garden tractors in use near me in an Amish/Mennonite community with steel rears (and fronts) but never on a smaller unit. This group mounts rubber tread on steel fronts and same on rears on many. The combo steel rears and steel seat outta keep you awake.

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