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Old 06-29-2017, 11:26 PM
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To be honest, if you had a Super category, you'd need to sub divide it further--My 982 and 2284 are considerably different, on is real old school, the other has more plastic than the toy aisle at Walmart. Guess what I am saying is that at some time we have to quit sub dividing. Heck, anytime I post about our IH built 382, I don't know whether to put it under IH or plain Jane lawnmowers.
To sum it up, I think its a fine idea for another category, but not really needed.
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Add the Haban deck, power steering and different rear end gearing.
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The deck would fall under Implements and Attachments, and power steering did come on GTs.
And the only difference in the gearing is two interchangeable gears. That's it. Case is the same, hydro is the same, differential, axles..... everything. So, nothing special there. Besides, the gears never fail.
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I'm a thinkin we have just about enough of this/that and the udder thing now.
I'm with yah Jon. We're good AS IS.
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