It annoys me!

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Jesse11

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Looking at getting another John Deere without the confounded Onan engine, but every single unit I locked in on and was ready to buy and the thing is over on the East coast or in the mid Eastern part of the country and they won't ship, every single time. Why is that? I did locate a 112 over in my area that looks great, but really wanted something a little bigger. Those 110 and 112s sure do look awesome though. I'm gonna hang on to that 316 and keep looking for a small diesel for it. :D
 
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BleedGreen

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Nov 29, 2006
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Location
Iowa
Tractor
John Deere LX178
Whereabouts are you located, Jesse?
 
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beenthere

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Aug 16, 2001
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Location
Southern Wisconsin, USA
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JD_4x2_Gator, JD_4300, JD_X485, JD_425, JD_455, JD_110
jesse
Would be interested to know a little more about what you are up to here. Buying up antiques for a collection?

I'm getting a 110 painted this week, and then have to start putting it back together. ;)

And your location at least in general would be good to have in your bio. Please! :)
 
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mikgran

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Jun 14, 2011
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Location
SW Maine
Tractor
1976 Bolens H14, 1970 110H, 1968 112H, 1977 210, 2001 345
Like beenthere said, more information would be helpful.

The 100, 200, and early 300 series make good project tractors. Parts are readily available. Kohler K series engines are very durable and relatively cheap to rebuild. If you are looking for something with hydraulics, a 300 has dual spool which is a great option. The 16 hp Kohler 'one lunger' is a beast.
 
 
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