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    Posted: 09 Oct 2013 at 10:22pm
Thank You, I am very happy to see this new forum.
 
A couple weeks ago I attended a local steam show and after returning home and unloading I couldn't resist snapping a few pics in the evening sun.
 
Here is an original pic:
 
 
Unfortunately there is not a Terra Tiger here, but there is a walk-behind, an HB-212, and a few other items.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Then I found this walk behind tiller
 


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10 various B-series garden tractors, AC Homesteader8, 416 hydro,710 gt, 914, 916H, 917H, 920D, and many misc attachments
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You could make your own ad!  LOL!  Thumbs Up
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its great to see this forum,,,,,, neat pics Chris..
190XT 2WD45 WF D15 D14 CA BIG10 302 & 303 bailers 77G rake 80R mower 6 plows and alot more
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your Allis push mower looks like my old Homelite (which was made by allis) that I had back in the 70s when dad sold them. Thanks. Nice looking bunch of history there.
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What is the attachment on the back of the B110?
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B1 w/snow blade
B10 w/sickle mower
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B112 w/grader blade
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Lol I was just about to ask the same thing on what that was on the B110. My dad gets all upset when I show everybody's collection, saying boy I wish we saved this, didn't throw that out and wish I knew where that went lol
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The attachment on the B-110 in the last picture is the 540 RPM PTO unit. You could use that to run your elevator or auger with your garden tractor to free up the bigger tractor for other work. I have one of those as well. They are pretty rare as I have only seen a couple others over the years. HTH.  Don Jr.
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Oh that's cool. I want one. Does anybody have pictures of it being used or picture of the generator that mounts on back of the garden tractors.
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Very nice collection there!!! That push mower with the bagger is in excellent shape, don't see many that nice.
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Thanks guys.  Matt, the grass catcher was NOS. This mower was in fine enough shape to deserve installing the new bag.
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