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Hello I have an ac716 great tractor but going to need a deck "eventually"been welded a few times still mows good/but i found a 917 w/hydro lift has an 18horse twin briggs that someone installed/guy wants 500. deck looks good/steering seem lose/not tight like my 716/is this high for this tractor/also does anyone know of a supplier for my early round lamps for my 716/any help greatly appreciated/thanks AL

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I just bought a 7117H for $ 550.00 and thought this was $100.00 to high. How ever it had an ideal service record with it and was in very good shape. The 7000's and 7100's I have seen generally go for $500.00 or less, $600.00 tops at auction.

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