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Re: new iron

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Bob Bancroft

12-21-2013 05:05:02

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Likewise, this is the wrong place to be making this confession, but my AC B & C have become a challenge to get on and off, so they will be leaving! I got an 07 NH TT60A w/less than 500 hours, and a slightly used Woods 7' rear discharge, 3 point, finish mower. (I'll still have two AC antiques, as well as a couple JD's).

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12-21-2013 08:56:11

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 Re: new iron in reply to Bob Bancroft, 12-21-2013 05:05:02  

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Bob Bancroft

12-21-2013 12:42:06

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 Re: new iron in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-21-2013 08:56:11  
Yea, but there's more to the story. When I put up a grain elevator this year, the C's job(running auger) was eliminated. So it replaced the B for mowing. But one hour on the bench seat of either one has my hip bones sore enough that it takes awhile to get off and loosen up! Now I have a cushion seat, remote hydr. separate from the rockshaft, etc. etc. WOW! A friend is calling me a traitor!

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missouri massey man

12-21-2013 05:22:03

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 Re: new iron in reply to Bob Bancroft, 12-21-2013 05:05:02  
Not a bad thing, your confession that is.... but old bones come with old age and its good to realize and admit it. There will come a day when we all will face it.... at least you're REPLACING and not just selling.... good for you !!!

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