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original mower 1969 110

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katoots

10-20-2018 06:44:02




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I only use my 110 for plowing. Should I keep the original mower that came off of it? I can email you a pic of it. thanks in advance




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Lance Skene

10-21-2018 18:28:25




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to katoots, 10-20-2018 06:44:02  
Get it sandblasted and paint it.. then hang it on a wall..



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jeffcat

10-20-2018 08:53:53




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to katoots, 10-20-2018 06:44:02  
Absolutely keep anything that goes with it. Another thing is use some drain oil and coat the inside and outside of the deck to prevent rust.



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katoots

10-21-2018 10:07:43




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to jeffcat, 10-20-2018 08:53:53  



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katoots

10-21-2018 10:06:00




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to jeffcat, 10-20-2018 08:53:53  
It was working when I took it off last year. Only has one hole in it. Could I spry it with wd40 to preserve it?



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Lance Skene

10-20-2018 07:24:25




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to katoots, 10-20-2018 06:44:02  
Keep the deck, hang it on a wall if its in your way. The value of any lawn/garden tractor is in its capabilities so selling off the deck, or any attachment, reduces the overall value of the tractor by more than you would get for the attachment.



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katoots

10-21-2018 10:04:20




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to Lance Skene, 10-20-2018 07:24:25  
Thank you for your advice!



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katoots

10-20-2018 06:49:57




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 Re: original mower 1969 110 in reply to katoots, 10-20-2018 06:44:02  
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