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My John Deere

Post by JONESEY on Mon Aug 17 2009, 10:03

This is one of my John Deere's [img]http://i6[/img]

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Re: My John Deere

Post by stationary stu on Mon Aug 17 2009, 10:08

You have some awsome engines Chris. Smile Something to be proud of, more pics please Laughing

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thats amazing

Post by RAB on Mon Aug 17 2009, 10:23

did you get it in that condtion, if so well done.
PS glad you managed to upload the photo any more help just ask afro afro

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Re: My John Deere

Post by JONESEY on Mon Aug 17 2009, 15:52

I brought 2 Jonh Deeres one for bits, but ended up getting all the parts from the USA.
Both engines were seized solid. I got the trollys from USA repo ones this is how they would have left the factory.
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