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Dadsy98
Hey all.... I have a AC312. this is a solid machine. i have found that your better judgment is the key to keeping these machines going. manuals just confuse me. so far, I've replaced the points, condenser, coil, drive belt, BGB and tranny fluid, starter, and fuel :) The deck is rebuilt. I am now trying to level it.... I feel like a mormon lately too many wives. This machine still cuts my lawn without a wimper. just keep trying to get things better This site is the best !!!!! Steve

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