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dreinbold

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Cub 149 with a 50" deck, tire chains, a spring assist and extra rear axle. Engine runs...could use some TLC. Right front tire leaks. PTO needs repair. Asking $325.00 My email is [email protected]. My cell is 716-353-5716. Thanks...Dean
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Dean, do you still live in the Eastern New York area?
 

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Ugh, I meant Western, I looked at your profile from the old forum archives to see if your location was listed and found your location but then I wrote “Eastern“ probably because you are East of me. :bash:
 

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Only reason I can think of for the spring assist on a hydraulic lift tractor would be for use in float position the implement will more readily float, such as a mower deck over uneven terrain. or a snowthrower on a gravel driveway might be less likely to dig into the gravel. :drool2:
 

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Only reason I can think of for the spring assist on a hydraulic lift tractor would be for use in float position the implement will more readily float, such as a mower deck over uneven terrain. or a snowthrower on a gravel driveway might be less likely to dig into the gravel. :drool2:
Or a broken in frame repaired / welded Rockshaft to help keep the stress off the break. I've run across two tractors in my past like this that I ended up buying for parts.
 

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Yep, not a bad price at all. Too far for me too, as usual. I also have a 149 (roller) with a spring assist.
 

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