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John, A B-207 is a small-frame tractor like the Broadmoors and Homesteaders. It has a vertical shaft engine and the parts won't interchange with the larger b-series such as the b-110, b-212, etc. Although parts will interchange with the B-208, and B-208 Super. Hope this helps. -Chris

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Thanks Guys! I backed out of it. It was too far away anyways. It's in Ohio & I'm in IA! Here is a link for any of you Ohioins that may be interested. It's in Amanda, OH. Price = $150 Looks like it's all there and it comes with 2 decks. Some idiot painted some of it blue:(! http://www.goodmanequip.com/used/ [img]http://www.goodmanequip.com/used/index.1.jpg[/img]

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If I was closer I would. My Landlord was in Detroit and the drive from Madison, WI was just a little far for a free tractor but I thought the same thing. It needed to be rescued, so now it's in a nice warm garage.

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