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Jim David

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I have decided to sell my collection of Cadets due to I will probally never get to them due to health and time! I have a 1650 engine was a fresh rebuild with like no hours on it other than being started it has the dual hydraulic valves that have the ports out front I bought the complete setup used to put that back on the tractor still in the box I bought it. I have 129 engine crank seals need replaced from sitting was rebuilt at one time according to previous owner. I have a 102 that had a new crate motor in the 80' smay need a freshen up. I have a rottotiller, I have the add on pump for narrow frames. I have a creeper drive. I have a rear end standard drive ,I have a rear end for hydrostat also extra hydro pumps. I have a 1/2 dozen starter drives some work others would need rebuilt. I have at least 2 hydraulic cylinders and valves for wide frame plus one hydro pump set up for hydraulics. I have 2 of the original taillights and a 1/2 dozen of the replacement lenses that were remade for them. I have 2 sleave hitch setups I think thats what the were called. I have a brinly plow like new other than it did sit outside and small disk set. I have a various manuals on Kohler and cub with some extra parts for the engine. I have extra carbs couple carb kits mower decks various sizes 2 snow blades for narrow frame and one in parts for wide frame various misc parts for kohler engines and a almost complete tractor Cub 106 for parts.Also have the WindBreaker Cab with steel roof and side curtains! I'm asking $2500 for everything ! I am located in Mercer, Pa.16137 contact me by email [email protected] gmail and we can go from there Thanks, Jim
 
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