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    Been green for years 1989 318 but now a new 1025r

    Been a lurker here for some time mostly researching the purchase of my new 1025r TLB. Currently doing a full restoration on my one owner 1989 318 with model 50 Mid Mount Mower with 2 bag power flow system, model 47 two stage snow blower. This will be a full restoration, nothing spared....looking for a few missing manuals right now.

    Loving the new 1025r, it's a very capable small machine....I'm really enjoying the vast differences between my classic 318 and the newest technology Deere has to offer.

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    Since you're doing a restoration on your 318, please post some pictures and progress discussions in our Vintage L&G section here: Vintage Lawn & Garden Tractors I would love to hear about it and see the progress pictures.

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    Do post pics of your 318 like Terry says There are a couple of us on here that don't own any "big boy" tractors or really need them LOL well maybe I could convince the CFO but it seems unlikely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post


    Since you're doing a restoration on your 318, please post some pictures and progress discussions in our Vintage L&G section here: Vintage Lawn & Garden Tractors I would love to hear about it and see the progress pictures.

    Again, welcome to GTT.
    Thanks all for the welcomes - T-Mo I'm nearly done with the restoration just looking for an original manual for the model 50 mower deck and the model 47 2-stage snow blower. Anyone have any idea where I could source those....?

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