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Trenten

5fd69366a75b3_tractorACbigten.thumb.jpg.39c149473d8c4409f9ac100a421406e3.jpg5fd69396107b3_plowactuator.thumb.jpg.f261173e8e05eb1c9b181d70fa2e2125.jpg5fd693785f17a_newtiresonbigten.thumb.jpg.f568b50115a1b6dc257be99b022ebe31.jpgThis is my big ten that I somewhat restored I got it 5 years ago from a guy and it was missing a lot of parts I got it for 200 dollars and I put new tires on it this year it had turf tires on it that were horrible so I bought ag tires from amazon for it I also recently put an actuator on the plow so I don't have to manually get up and turn it it has the original motor and plow no deck or any other attachments I also welded a winch onto the back of it so incase I get stuck I can get out it has a golf cart carb on it the needle was broken on the original carb I still have it but its burried somewhere in the garage its got an aftermarket exhaust which I like the previous owner put it on there it also has a brand new S/G I believe its a 1962 I need a seat and the right gas tank also when I bought it it had no gas tank

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Just now, kwt said:

You DO have OEM hood hold down bolts. 3 tractors that used them to hold a hood on have been owned by me and none of them had OEM hood bolts/screws.

yeah thank god I got those

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