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    Aug 2011
    Cub Cadet 2165

    Default I think I got a pretty good deal....

    Today I bought a 2005 Deere 2210 with just over 300 hours. Includes 210 FEL, MMM, 14 bushel bagger, ballast box, and DR Power rear pto chipper. $7k, and I have to go 200 miles to go get it. All original paperwork from original owner, and all dealer service receipts. Thoughts on anything in particular I should be looking at real closely when I get the machine and start learning it? I have been reading about the difficulty in accessing the grease fittings in both the front and rear drive shafts. Anything else to look at/for? I can't wait to get it and start having some "fun". I'm also trying to figure out the trailering thing for the 400 round mile trip.

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    Eastern Ontario
    Kioti DK40SE HST Cab, Mechron 2200

    Default Re: I think I got a pretty good deal....


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