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Was on the road today and seen this guy. Looks like a regular JD lawn tractor in the front but only 1 wheel on the back. Anybody know about this guy????
 

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Was on the road today and seen this guy. Looks like a regular JD lawn tractor in the front but only 1 wheel on the back. Anybody know about this guy????
Yank,
If you'll notice the front of this tractor points straight down, and that makes it a limited run JD model specifically designed to mow covered underground caverns. What you don't see are the crust busters up front which engage the ground pulling the tractor further down until eventually reaching the cavern. The one wheel co-cab on the back is a miniaturizing hut where all matter is pushed by the crust busters and then miniaturized or burned for fuel. Once into the cavern any existing lawn is mowed, or if there is water, the water is cleaned and purified. The tractor also has a 3" turning radius making it ideal for mowing around stalagmites. JD had a full line of these with a limited run of 3 weeks, but the model you are showing was the top of the line fondly known as the crust cruncher 2000.:thumbup1gif:
 

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Yank,
If you'll notice the front of this tractor points straight down, and that makes it a limited run JD model specifically designed to mow covered underground caverns. What you don't see are the crust busters up front which engage the ground pulling the tractor further down until eventually reaching the cavern. The one wheel co-cab on the back is a miniaturizing hut where all matter is pushed by the crust busters and then miniaturized or burned for fuel. Once into the cavern any existing lawn is mowed, or if there is water, the water is cleaned and purified. The tractor also has a 3" turning radius making it ideal for mowing around stalagmites. JD had a full line of these with a limited run of 3 weeks, but the model you are showing was the top of the line fondly known as the crust cruncher 2000.:thumbup1gif:
That was going to be my next guess. Its obviously a crust cruncher 2000! I was found of the 1000 series.
 
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