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TN 312-8

Hi all, looking for some help in identifying if mower decks from a 1977 C-160 and 1984 C-165 would fit on my 312-8 early 90's model.

 

Thanks for any input.

 

Brandon

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OHRob72

Take a look at the attached list. It should have the information you are looking for.

WH_Interchange_1955-_00.pdf

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TN 312-8

Thanks Rob, much appreciated...

 

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