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:text-coolphotos:           Seems like a good buy.  Here is the manual with wiring diagrams. (hope I guessed right on the year)




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You did well and that model midmount is in high demand.Luck,JAinVA

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By the looks of the guard on the deck, it had a bagger on it at one point.


Does the original owner happen to have that as well ?

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Hi Cleat,  unfortunately the bagger was not around any longer. However, the rear axle brackets for the dozer and grader was there and they are in great shape. 

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