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lust what is a hi-lo kit? they seem to be in large demand and i just might have one on a parts tractor. I was looking at Kents pic in the clutch/brake rod woes topic. Is it the large pulley assembly at the rear of the tractor?

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its a parts machine i got in a "pile of parts". its also in the classifieds here but if it doesnt sell i will consider restoring it, just wasnt interested in that much work right now.

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Yep, we struck a deal. My 515 loader just might get painted yellow and mounted on a B-12... instead of putting a similar amount of work into the 2012 to make it look more presentable. It's ugly now -- but it's a workhorse -- I'm having a blast with it! May try to get a picture of it this weekend. Kent

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