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Nice C-195!


I would tend to take a wire wheel to those implements, prime, and paint...... but not for the museum..... to be used like you have in mind.

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peter lena

i like the wire wheel idea, anything i pick up regularly gets an aerosol  penetrating oil spray down , to instantly stop rust and save patina . not only that , but that oil will probably get something to work that has been frozen in rust. especially good on neglected mower decks . good luck , pete

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Would keep the paint and patina.


they fit to the rim‘s and don‘t be green or yellow.

so they fit in color allready. They be used, they can look used, nothing wrong with.

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Those are some pretty good attachments you got there. Brinly PP-1200 plow, and Brinly DD-1000 disc.


I got a set just like it, and they run good. Manuals are online for correct setup etc. A few things to consider though. That plow is a really big anker, You might need to not use its full with and not go all 6" deep, depending on what you sink it into. Optimum setup is required to pull it decently. It's a big sucker for any GT. :-) The Disc is also good, but if you want it to do more than just scratch the surface lightly, you need some serious weight on it, and distribute it evenly. I got about 300lbs on it, which seems to make it dig in, but absolutely not too much. Don't get tempted to just push it down with the 3pt. It will work a little, but you loose traction before you get to something that works good.


If you have a rear pto on your 195, I recommend the tiller. That thing is sweet :-). You will need some weight on the front though.

Also a new style 60" HD Deck from a 520 is a good match for it ;-)

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