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I have an opertunity to buy a 6516H with 48" deck and tiller. Owner says it just stopped moving. Has 3000 hours on 16hp B&S.I have not seen it and believe it would be buy it now or lose it. He is not asking very much for it. I don't need any more tractors but it sounds pretty good with the tiller. I'm wondering what could be the problems with it? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance

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Originally posted by mbrook
I'm wondering what could be the problems with it?
Could be as simple as a slipping belt, or as serious as a rod through the block. Your best bet is to buy expecting the worst and hoping for the best.

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