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Marv

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Marv last won the day on May 5 2013

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About Marv

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    marv262@yahoo.com

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    D250,D200,C141 Auto,C145,C100,C111,B80,SK486,33E,310-8
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    Delaware

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  1. Take a look at this bulletin. Would it work? Marv Engine cooling screen.pdf
  2. D250 Front PTO belts

    This may just confuse the issue. The Guttbrod part number is 000 75 734. In inches the belt is 1/2 wide by 39 7/8 long outside measurements. Marv
  3. Did you say you just took them out of the factory shipping box? Look that good. Come do mine. Marv
  4. Made in the USA

    Now I love that. Greatest thing in the world is family. Close behind is painted RED. Marv
  5. Here is another Way. Marv
  6. Clutch Sring.pdf
  7. seat

    Can't help it, must reply. That switch saves your life when you are mowing the bank of the pond and tip over and fall off the tractor. Get wet but at least the mower doesn't eat you up. Yea I know shouldn't have been doing that. The fellow it happened to swears by that switch now. Marv
  8. Greetings from highlands

    Welcome! Very nice looking horse. Marv
  9. Hello from the UK

    purrty! Welcome! Marv
  10. D200 rear fluid.

    10w30 or 10w40 engine oil. Marv
  11. Welcome to the square! Looks good. Decals will make it pop. Marv
  12. Clutch shock

    Clutch spring is available from Toro. 108035 Marvin
  13. Thanks Chris. I guess I will just have my machinist friend make them. Marv
  14. I know that one of our members makes steel replacements for the rubber shock mounts. I need to contact them. Who knows? Marv
  15. lawn tractor lift/work table

    A little off the question I know. I have the Harbor Freight motorcycle lift. Added a piece of plywood to top too. Works well for me. Now the question, Anybody converted the hydraulics on this unit so it can be raised without pumping the foot pedal? Like a car lift. Yes I am getting old and weaker. Marv
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