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770. got it home

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1030 tom

07-03-2013 20:24:14

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got the 770 home , feel like a kid at christmas , wife just doesnt understand , cant wait to get the bat wing hooked up, tractor needs one break line ,filters changed and a few cosmestic items ,need 2 arm rests on the seat ,trim around the dash, and the boot around the steering column ,would like to find some rear wheel weights just. for looks ,it has front wrap around weights ,would like a roll bar canopy any body got one for sale ,going to try to post pictures next week thanks for the last responises. tom

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07-05-2013 08:34:46

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 Re: 770. got it home in reply to 1030 tom, 07-03-2013 20:24:14  
Tom do you live in Kentucky I have seen the 770 on Craigslist For sometime now and wanted to go look at it but I have been working way to much to go sound like the 770 has a good home now .

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1030 tom

07-04-2013 13:33:30

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 Re: 770. got it home in reply to 1030 tom, 07-03-2013 20:24:14  
rod. your right about thoes side panels however the man though he could find them ,he said his dad didnt get rid of anything ,if not i will need them . hope to take it to the rantoul ill show and tractor drive. it wont be painted but it will be there. thanks ,and happy 4th. tom and melinda

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07-04-2013 06:10:57

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 Re: 770. got it home in reply to 1030 tom, 07-03-2013 20:24:14  
If you find a supplier for the steering column boot please let us know. I refuse to give CNH what they want for one just for looks.

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07-04-2013 05:53:09

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 Re: 770. got it home in reply to 1030 tom, 07-03-2013 20:24:14  
Sounds like it just needs a few of the normal items. I remember in the craigslist photo it was missing the little hood side panels that seem to mysteriously disappear off those tractors. They are becoming difficult to find because for some reason people left them off. Rod.

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