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Hi guys,

New to the forum and here is some picture of my “fleet”

1995 John Deere TRS 26
1995 John Deere TRS 27
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Very nice MadsDeere...welcome to the forum

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Welcome. too bad you don't live closer to Denver, I'd probably give you my TRS-32 for free. And maybe in another year or two I might have another TRS-27 or two to sell if my church is able to afford to replace them soon.
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Nice team! Love the JD colors. I'm assuming that these are 26 and 27 inch machines and have to wonder why JD would produce two nearly identically sized machines in the same year? The auger on the 27 does look bigger though...

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You could probably rearrange them a bit and add a cushion and make foot stools out of them for summer

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Very nice MadsDeere...welcome to the forum
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Welcome. too bad you don't live closer to Denver, I'd probably give you my TRS-32 for free. And maybe in another year or two I might have another TRS-27 or two to sell if my church is able to afford to replace them soon.
Thanks man what for free? not happy about it? to bad I’m so far away do you have other JD’s?

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Nice team! Love the JD colors. I'm assuming that these are 26 and 27 inch machines and have to wonder why JD would produce two nearly identically sized machines in the same year? The auger on the 27 does look bigger though...
So agree I will put them side by side and take a picture! Think I read some where the TRS 27 and 32 have the same auger same with the 26 and 24... maybe someone else has the right answer?

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You could probably rearrange them a bit and add a cushion and make foot stools out of them for summer
Haha what a great idea great summer furniture
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I love the classic JD and Ariens built JDs.. just not a fan of the Murray built units. I got my TRS1032 a few years back for a steal ($200) when we were in immediate need of a machine at one of my church buildings to replace a TRS-27 imploded (Auger- the Engine was still good and I sold that for some nice $$$)
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I love the classic JD and Ariens built JDs.. just not a fan of the Murray built units. I got my TRS1032 a few years back for a steal ($200) when we were in immediate need of a machine at one of my church buildings to replace a TRS-27 imploded (Auger- the Engine was still good and I sold that for some nice $$$)
Classic JDs are never wrong oh I see... that’s too bad I just picked up the TRS27 4-5 weeks ago and have not try it yet.. but my TRS26 has start to cut its self off when getting warm, don’t know what’s the reason yet. Do you know what Tecumseh model the engine is?
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Classic JDs are never wrong oh I see... that’s too bad I just picked up the TRS27 4-5 weeks ago and have not try it yet.. but my TRS26 has start to cut its self off when getting warm, don’t know what’s the reason yet. Do you know what Tecumseh model the engine is?
Probably HSK 80?
It will show model number right on the top, I believe.

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Probably HSK 80?
It will show model number right on the top, I believe.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nEyiu_KfaQs
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