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Old 07-12-2018, 10:35 PM
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I wonder what it would look like painted yellow and white?
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Looks to be in nice shape Beth. Congratulations on the new toy.
Thank you!

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Congrats Beth! The guy I work for has one with a front blade I have got running twice from bad gas. It still has not pushed anything. He still won't sell me the 317 roller sitting in the shop either. I really want to put that Chinese diesel I have in it.
Well I hope you can get that 317 roller....would love to see how you put a Chinese diesel in it.

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Nice one Beth. What size deck on that one? 46?
Alvy, I believe it is a 39"

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It's green, most go to pieces. Does it have a wide base oil pan engine in it?
Have no Idea...have not looked at it too closely. I will post pics when I run it through the the Cub House shop.

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Nothing wrong with that ride!!
In it's day it was top of the line as you know.
I had a 210 for 11 years, could not kill it.
Only complaint was I wore the deck through, I mean it was paper thin.
And like all of them, the front deck hangers always needed attention, when you put 100 or more hours a year on them.
Son still loves his 214 but he only mows a small 1/4 acre lot.
The neighbor bought a 210 about the same time my dad bought the 1000. I always like how smoothly it ran compared to the Cub Cadet...But dad's Cub was much tougher for what we all did with it.

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Hmmmm…..very interesting pick up at the auction Beth, but what else did you buy? No woman goes to an auction for just a garden tractor!

I love going to tractor auctions...big stuff...little stuff doesn't matter. If I like it and can find a home for it..I buy it.

So, what are you plans for this one, missy?
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For now...to make back yard look even junkier!

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Somebody took care of that JD, but used it too. Nice Find!
Yes...it isn't too bad for 39 years old.
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I wonder what it would look like painted yellow and white?
Terrible! a 1979 "Patio" model! But It did cross my mind...
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Nice score either way Beth. I have a couple green ones.

Incidentally, anyone want a 317 with a tiller?
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Nice score either way Beth. I have a couple green ones.

Incidentally, anyone want a 317 with a tiller?
Drop it off next time you come through Virginia.

I have $.
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Drop it off next time you come through Virginia.

I have $.
We had actually planned to visit your fine Commonwealth this summer, but I don't believe we are going to be able to make it. It was going to be on two wheels anyway, lol.
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