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Bunky
Well I found a 2010 today with a tiller and mower and it has hydraulic lift.. Supposed to run good and has engine has been rebuilt... Where does the 2010 and 101 go in the landlord series.....

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goatfarmer
I bought a 2110 last year with a bad engine that I was going to part out.Didn't get much interest in parts from it,so I ended up putting an engine on it,and using it to blow snow last winter. Turned out to be one of my favorite tractors! I'm sure you'll love the 2010 you get.;)

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Bunky
Yes this one turned out to be a better deal than I thought.. It has wheel weights not sure if there Simplicity or not?? a rear counter weight for the rear lift and a collar weight and a 3 belt blower (junk) but it's gonna need some work..carb needs work and BGB is worn.....

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