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CrealCritter

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There are a number of upgrades added over the years. Spinout back rims so you loosen several bolts and pull backwards to make the rims spin out for a wider stance. Vise versa for a narrower stance. Category 1/2 three point hitch was added. Power steering and electric ignition also added. Overall I was satisfied with the tractor, no leaks, started right up, let it warm up shut it down and it started right up again. No leaks anywhere I could find. Is it new? :lol nope not even close, built in 1962. But for what I need it for, I think it's plenty enough tractor.
 

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My mechanically inclined Son had to check out everything and make sure it works as it should and it does, which is good. He has a 6' bushhog that he's bringing over later this week. Any bets, he'll bushhog the 15 acres and I might get a couple of acres left to do?
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