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Re: commander 6000

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Larry NCKS

07-20-2013 04:33:53

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There is no exact number. Most I've done have been minor for less than $100.00. I'm sure one can get well into the thousands of dollars if it's bad enough, but I don't think that will be the case with many of them.

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George Marsh

07-20-2013 15:15:03

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 Re: commander 6000 in reply to Larry NCKS, 07-20-2013 04:33:53  
Got to thinking, If the SOS is 50 years old and still working, chances are it was upgraded. The junk one have long been sent to the bone yard. Perhaps I may have to change my view of the SOS. Look out there goes the prices at an auction.

Still would have second thoughts about going back to the red 6000.

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07-23-2013 09:30:25

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 Re: commander 6000 in reply to George Marsh, 07-20-2013 15:15:03  
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The 6000 may be a little different animal, but my 1960 971 still has the original ORC Select-o-speed tranny and it works well. I love operating the tractor, but must admit at this point it doesn't see any real heavy work. Mostly brush cutting, driveway grading and pulling/collecting fire wood, probably about 50 hours/year.


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DaveH IA

07-20-2013 19:00:53

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 Re: commander 6000 in reply to George Marsh, 07-20-2013 15:15:03  
You won't be coming this far west to out bid me will you???

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George Marsh

07-20-2013 19:06:47

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 Re: commander 6000 in reply to DaveH IA, 07-20-2013 19:00:53  
Dave, Don't worry, I won't be leaving Indiana.
Someday I may replace my Jubilee with a 900 series like my brother had. His had a narrow front end. More bells than my Jubilee.

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