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Old 10-28-2010
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The L130's, 115's and such are very cheap. Most folks are lucky to get to the 200 hr mark with them still in half decent shape. Even the religious maintenance people who treat it very well don't get very far with them. Nothing like the Deeres of 10-15 years ago.
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Gotcha, thats what I figured. We have only have 20 hours on ours, I wish we had of just ponied up for the X series. Oh well, not my money.
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Originally Posted by 410LSD View Post
Nice Deere's...

Here is my X300 working hard.

There is an incline to the garage. Toasted clutch in Toyota and pulling it closer to garage to harvest plow stuff and cut up for scrap.
Haha I've done the same thing with mine. I was putting some new battery terminals on and it started to rain so I hooked up the tow strap and pulled it in the garage with the mower.
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