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John Deere TRX 26 For Parts - Central PA

I picked up a TRX 26 as a project and found that it needs more money in parts than it’s worth. The engine spins free but is partially disassembled (only head, gas tank, etc). The previous owner said it was frozen but I later found out the belt was rusted fast to the drive pulley. The tracks are dry rotted and the plastic chute ring is broken. The controls look almost brand new and there are still some good parts left. Make Offer.
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post #2 of 3 Old 11-10-2019, 08:13 AM
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Those TRX and TRS blowers were made by Murray and are largely responsible for JD getting out of the snowblower business. You're going to probably wind up giving it away or maybe you can part it out on ebay.

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Yeah, by the way some people are posting prices for used snowblower parts, you could probably get 500.00 for parting it out

Who actually pays those retarded prices for these used parts ???? Goes to show you, one born every minute.
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