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jdschool
Can anyone tell me how this tractor compares to my AC710 and AC716H? I'm thinking about buying one of these sight unseen and would like to know more. What kind of attachments can be found? Is it a heavy duty lawn tractor or a large frame garden tractor. How hard is it to get a Hydro trans repaired or replaced (sounds like the one on this tractor is shot). The tractor has the number "3267" on it and the deck number is "155121914628". It has an 18hp V twin. Any help will be appreciated as always!

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Brent_Baumer
Basically the same machine as your AC's only newwer and the wheelbase is longer. Attachments will interchange with your AC's for the most part just fine. Haven't heard of too many problems with the hydro's so it may be something minor. The deck s # seems squirrely to me. Brent

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Did I hear Sovereign? I don't know anyhting about your post,but I have been working the h**l out of my new one,and loving every minute.It's now a filthy beast compared to what I picked up,will have to spend the weekend cleaning her up![:0]

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