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D-160 pulled back from a bad ending

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All I can say is wow and :woohoo:...and those guys in Texas can quit whining about how scarce a good WH is down there! :handgestures-thumbupright:

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That's one heck of a transformation  :text-bravo:

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Went from an ugly duckling...

to the :wh: prom queen.  :handgestures-thumbsup:

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Well done. Looks great!

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Great Job!! :text-bravo:

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Very nice transformation there @pacer!!

If I ever get the time to take one of my Ross's off, I may make the road trip and let you coach me on the rebuild!

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I will agree with the others....WOW...you did a very nice job on your "D"!

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Great looking D , which says a lot as they aren't exactly a prom queen to start with....lol .

 

I look at it this way , mine was a very non-running D-180 missing the tags , a few parts (3pt , arrrgghh) and came with a seriously mangled blade for $75 . It's really butt-ugly with it's faded off paint , rust and all the dents . BUT , it's a serious worker and I don't mind it's appearance at all , really . Not sure if I'd use it if that much if the effort to repaint was put into it - but it would help to at least have the decals on it - getting tired of questions from folks "what is that thing? " around here . There's a benefit to being a Horse guy in a mostly Cub and JD area , it makes parts cheaper to source with some work and I can score non-running tractors pretty easily .

 

Sarge

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Looks awesome! Good save for sure.

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