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Old 08-12-2017, 11:27 AM
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This was picked up in the rain yesterday at a auction, there were 3 but room for one only.
All the plastic has no broken parts.
Motor turns over, but no gas, I see no oil leaks anywhere.
Plow, 44a mower deck with a spot that was repaired with fiberglass, and mule drive, I believe the tires are loaded.
575 hours on the working hour meter.

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Good find. Too bad you could have not got them all.
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Old 08-12-2017, 01:56 PM
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Looks good LP. Lots of steering wheel "accessories" on that one
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Looks decent, Lew. Congrats!
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So looking at the picture, it appears you can used "older" decks with these? Nice looking machine you have there.
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not sure why the mule drive and frame is painted yellow, it should be white on that model. it doesn't have the big pulleys of the second gen mule drive.
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not sure why the mule drive and frame is painted yellow, it should be white on that model. it doesn't have the big pulleys of the second gen mule drive.
Yes, I know it has the bigger pulley on the pto, the deck was choice so i took it over the POS one.

Thanks gents, I did get it to run by bottle feeding it, goo goo gaa gaa, but it needs the tank shutoffs cleaned.
At least it is not a smoker, phew....
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Ok so that one should have come with a yellow/second series deck? every time I turn around I find out about a new cyclops I hadn't heard about before. is all that covered in the book or does it not cover cyclops?
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Ah yes, a one eyed wonder. Wonder what you're going to do with it.
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Ok so that one should have come with a yellow/second series deck? every time I turn around I find out about a new cyclops I hadn't heard about before. is all that covered in the book or does it not cover cyclops?

I am sure it is in a book somewhere, I know the older 82 series 44, 46, and 50" decks need a center pulley change and lift links need to changed, and few other things....
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