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Beat up?! I’m not sure it falls into that category. Hood appears to be all there, the bumper is there, and it doesn’t have any huge gouges or dents.
 

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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
yeah ill be taking my time going through it once i can get the pellet stove to stay working , an have also decided to sell my 110 with the power flow not like i need it anymore an hate to see it outside, so on that note if anyone is looking for a good running 110 let me know will need deck bearing at some point but does still cut nice
 

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Ok here are pictures in its current state until I order parts. Best part is being its the bosses old tractor I have parts from when I worked on it a couple years ago so once the deck is fixed an painted in go the new spindles an order a set of blades an a chute with the hardware
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Saw you have a lift that's been widened with wood. I have a motorcycle lift that I need to do that to also. I thought I would need to do this with steel. May I ask how you did yours? Thanks. Dave
I actually bought the lift off a friend but it is plywood an 2x6 for frame work are just 4 bolts that hold it down
 
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