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Old 10-19-2017, 06:15 PM
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At least that's what Alvy says. I found these two gems sitting at the scrap yard and $40 later they were on the trailer, their both mostly complete. The body on the 75 is really nice but the body on the 85 is pretty beat up and missing chunks, I have both seats and the second deck in the bed of the truck. They look like they've been sitting in the woods forever but cleaned up decent, the gunk on them was a 1/4" thick. I have no idea why I bought them or what I'm going to do with them but for the price I couldn't walk away.
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Clean pics. The decals on the right side of the 75 look brand new.
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They say the first step is admitting you have a problem. If you don't admit you have a problem, then no intervention needed!
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Tim,!

Cubs is Cubs, but I would have passed on those two, even if they were free.
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Cubs is Cubs, but I would have passed on those two, even if they were free.
X2., nice find.
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At least that's what Alvy says. I found these two gems sitting at the scrap yard and $40 later they were on the trailer, their both mostly complete. The body on the 75 is really nice but the body on the 85 is pretty beat up and missing chunks, I have both seats and the second deck in the bed of the truck. They look like they've been sitting in the woods forever but cleaned up decent, the gunk on them was a 1/4" thick. I have no idea why I bought them or what I'm going to do with them but for the price I couldn't walk away.
If you take the tires and everything heavy off, will they float?
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Congratulations on the save.

If you need the TC-120 Parts catalog or the GSS-1417 Service manual I have both that cover the 55, 75 & 95. I got them when I bought my 95. I have hard copies as well as PDFs of them thanks to the late great MC Bounds. They don't cover the 85. It came out after the 95.

I also have a 95 rolling chassis. Some of the parts may (or may not) be interchangeable. I'd rather give it to you than have it sitting around forever, or junking it. The parts list shows what part number and then what model it's used on.
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Congratulations on the save.

If you need the TC-120 Parts catalog or the GSS-1417 Service manual I have both that cover the 55, 75 & 95. I got them when I bought my 95. I have hard copies as well as PDFs of them thanks to the late great MC Bounds. They don't cover the 85. It came out after the 95.

I also have a 95 rolling chassis. Some of the parts may (or may not) be interchangeable. I'd rather give it to you than have it sitting around forever, or junking it. The parts list shows what part number and then what model it's used on.
I will pm you my email, if you could send me a copy of the manuals that would be great.
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Tim,
If you go here, there are some operators manuals for your recent bathtub procurement.

http://manuals.mtdproducts.com/mtd/P...0051&langId=-1
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