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Hi everyone, just thought I would post a few pictures of the 1966 110h I just bought from a good friend of mine. It has the correct 1012 type code for the hydraulic lift and narrow Firestone turf tires, which is pretty hard to find. I believe only around 8-12 have been found with this type code. It also has the factory JD hour meter retrofitted on it. I am going to leave this one original paint since it still looks fairly good.
 

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Nice! I have two (2) 110H 1966. One that I bought new and the other used. I need to look at my serial numbers and see how they compare to yours. Both of mine have the wide turf tires.

That's awesome! Do you have any photos of them?
 

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Hi everyone, just thought I would post a few pictures of the 1966 110h I just bought from a good friend of mine. It has the correct 1012 type code for the hydraulic lift and narrow Firestone turf tires, which is pretty hard to find. I believe only around 8-12 have been found with this type code. It also has the factory JD hour meter retrofitted on it. I am going to leave this one original paint since it still looks fairly good.
A Nice original and rare addition to your fine collection, Congrats on this latest acquisition! (y)
 

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The one I bought new is SN SNT1032049773M - no pics as it has been disassembled for restoration.
The used one is SN SNT1032049250M
Here is a picture of the used 110H with 80 cart also original.
View attachment 11932
Wow, that looks like a very nice original!
 
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