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Belly mower for a B/C/CA

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mtyount

03-05-2008 09:42:50




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Anybody have a rotary syle belly mower for sale? Preferably in the Southeast, but anywhere is better than not at all. Thanks




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mtyount

03-06-2008 05:46:11




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 Re: Belly mower for a B/C/CA in reply to mtyount, 03-05-2008 09:42:50  
Please email me a picture when you get a chance... mtyount@yahoo.com I'll keep my eyes open for someone hauling from your area.



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mtyount

03-05-2008 09:46:50




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 Re: Belly mower for a B/C/CA in reply to mtyount, 03-05-2008 09:42:50  
Sorry, that should be rotary 'style'



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Greg Leschisin

03-05-2008 18:07:51




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 Re: Belly mower for a B/C/CA in reply to mtyount, 03-05-2008 09:46:50  
Well here goes. I have a woods L59 belly mower in excellent condition for sale. It came off of a C. The mower will fit on any of those but the pulley bracket only fits on a C or maybe a CA but not on a B.The distance between the final drive on a B is 11 inches shorter than a C. Don't know what it is on a CA. I have all the pieces, new belt,final drive pulley bracket, hydraulic lift bracket, and a hydraulic cylinder. All this new costs $2300, I have for sale for $650. The only problem is I live in northern WI. I can E-mail a picture. Let me know.

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