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Old 09-16-2018, 08:35 PM
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Good to see your on the hunt for more stuff Martin, I think your choice of the 1650 DS was a good one.
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Very nice 1650!
Beth's been wheeling and dealing this summer! She must be busy working on Cubs, too because she's been quiet on here lately.
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Very nice 1650!
Beth's been wheeling and dealing this summer! She must be busy working on Cubs, too because she's been quiet on here lately.
I heard she's selling off all the Cub's and is gonna start collecting John Deere's.
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I heard she won the lottery, bought a trucking company to haul her toys and lived happily ever after.
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I heard she's selling off all the Cub's and is gonna start collecting John Deere's.
That ought to wake her up
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Good to see your on the hunt for more stuff Martin, I think your choice of the 1650 DS was a good one.
Thanks Lew! Yeah I'm on the lookout again for some specific Cubs and the 1650 DS was one of them.
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I heard she's selling off all the Cub's and is gonna start collecting John Deere's.
Hi everyone...yup something like that...selling off my Cubs so I can start my Flymo and Snapper RER collections.

Actually, life is taking me in another direction...all good...will tell you all about it later.
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Default 1650 Update

A little update on the 1650 dual stick since I brought it home. Several things have been done on this tractor but some of the more important items are the trunnion repair and new cork gasket. Also new hytran and filter. I picked up a power angle blade. Cylinder had a leak so that was rebuilt and new hoses as well. I added a set of wheel weights and chains and plan to use it as my snow removal rig.
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