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My 190xt I bought in Iowa 2 weeks ago.

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Here is my all original 2300 hour series 3 I bought at an auction in Iowa 2 weekends ago.
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That's a nice one!
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Congratulations Mattman!
That’s low hours. What did it do in its earlier years? Planter? Haying? Looks like its wheels are set wide? Maybe 36” row or hay mowing? It’s got great 23*rears, pie weights,straight sheet metal, pristine grill….etc.
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I think tillage mostly. There was a 4 bottom allis plow at the auction as well. He also had a 170 and a 185 with under 2000 hours. My guess is he bought all 3 new and rented out his land after a decade or so of use. They all appeared to be sitting for quite a while. I had to replace several coolant hoses already that were leaking. She polished up nice though. 
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I like it. Congratulations 
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Very sweet machine!
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Wow, that is a good find.  Very sharp.
'49 A-C WD, '51 A-C WD, '63 A-C D17 Series III, 1968 A-C One-Seventy, '82 A-C 6060, '75 A-C 7040, A-C #3 sickle mower, 2 A-C 701 wagons, '78 Gleaner M2
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A cherry!! And they don’t come along very often. Congratulations that’s an incredible find.
1968 B-208, 1976 720 (2 of them)Danco brush hog, single bottom plow,52" snow thrower, belly mower,rear tine tiller, rear blade, front blade, 57"sickle bar,1983 917 hydro, 1968 7hp sno-bee, 1968 190XTD
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Very nice Congratulations
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Anyone know the best source for a chrome 3 inch stack with a 90 on top? I see prices ranging from 70 bucks to 400. 
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