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I'm finally ready for Rhinelander. Put the seat on tonite. Thanks to all who helped. Especially to Jeff Harms, Lloyd Boy, Marion Kerr, & Sandy Lake Implement. Paul

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Funny how they always look better in pictures! It's not perfect, but it's very close to the one we had when I was a kid. Kent, I'll send pic's of my original B207E along with B4 and after's of this one next week. Paul

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