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I purchased a 9020 Power Max with... a 4' bush hog, sickle mower, dozer blade, and as you can view in my gallery the front loader. With the weather the way it is in northern Indiana I am on cloud 9. I have already re-done my rock drive-way just to have fun....

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Brent_Baumer
Welcome Kenny. I used to live in Greentown. I worked for Moorehead Electric in Marion and my wife for Delco in Kokomo at the time. Live "back home" near Hagerstown, IN now. You should go to the Kokomo Zion auction in September if you want more tractor deals. Usually 5 or 6 Sim. and AC tractors for around $300 give or take every year plus a whole lot of other makes. Nice rig. I hope to own a Powermax some day. Brent

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