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    got the D covered

    bought the best tarp they had was like 80$ with the tarp and being under deck hopefully it will stay nice. but the battery will probally go bad
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    Quote Originally Posted by 89420 View Post
    bought the best tarp they had was like 80$ with the tarp and being under deck hopefully it will stay nice. but the battery will probally go bad

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    I always bring the batteries in the basement and hook up to a battery tender in the winter months.
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    hehe no battery on this D. only electrical is a magneto
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    1935 jd model D
    65 110 rf
    77 jd 80 cart
    83 420 rear pto, 3 point hitch
    88 332 46"deck s
    89 420 60" deck
    89 318
    jd #8 chainsaw (remington)
    2)jd 35ev chainsaws (echo)
    jd 50v chainsaw (echo
    jd 60v chainsaw (echo)
    jd 70v chainsaw (echo) sold
    jd 80ev chainsaw (echo)
    jd cs40 chainsaw (efco 940)
    husqvarna 240 chainsaw
    husqvarna 372xp chainsaw
    husqvarna 455 chainsaw
    2)dolmar 117 chainsaws
    dolmar 100 chainsaw

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    I would surgest investing in a set of jacks.It will save your tires if you plan to keep storing it like that.In particular during the winter months.very nice D .John
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    then why did you say the battery will probably go bad? i thought maybe you had lights on it or something - haha

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