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post #21 of 27 Old 12-20-2016, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Woo hoo.
Pics....
And a serial number if there is one.
Sorry, haven't had time to get pictures but the last 4 of the serial # is 0024.
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Sorry, haven't had time to get pictures but the last 4 of the serial # is 0024.
Wow. Interesting. Thanks John.
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It's been a year, you must have had time to take a couple new photos.


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That machine is a monster. Love it!
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Looking at selling both st9, they run, one needs a battery, will get both running for pickup. Make reasonable offer.
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Arrrgh. Must resist. Must resist. Must resist.
Got to get my Gravely done before I can take on another LMC project.
Just sent an email to my new friend Rick that just bought a fixer-upper. Perhaps he is interested.
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I just had my first dose of 2019-2020 snowblower porn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yanase builds track drive snow blowers that are very impressive.
The big ones fit in the beds of the KEI minitrucks too!!!!!!!

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