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    Default Another JD 111

    " brakes are a little weak and could be replaced and the PTO only engages under low throttle (but stays running as you throttle up). "

    Includes rear bagger and plow.

    What will a tuneup/service cost with blade sharpening, brakes and a PTO repair?

    Is $375 too much in this condition? I don't need the plow or bagger. Could I sell them?

    Seller will deliver and I would have it taken to a tractor/mower shop for service. Please advise. I am a newbie, please pardon my ignorance.

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    Veteran Member GreenRules's Avatar
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    Default Re: Another JD 111

    unless you are a do-it-yourselfer and don't mind spending a lot of time tinkering, I would shy away from a 25+ year old machine. The 111 was a fine machine, but they are 25+ years old now.

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