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NICE!!!  With all that plumbing there has to be leaks. Actually it's just sweat from working too hard.  :ychain:

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Nice find!

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I had a few Cases in the past and they are a really nice machine. Good luck with it. 

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that's a nice looking machine, strong workers I have a 220 in storage hopefully get to use again someday,  they can throw some snow with the snowcaster

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that power steering got to be awesome.

good old buddy tractor!

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