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AA182 International 16 May 2021 15:10 #221653

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This looks like a great prospect. I don't think there are too many of the AA180 series around the circuit. Looks to be very straight just surface rust.

On Marketplace Millmerran Qld $3,000

International AA182 Tipper
Last used January 2019 and all in working order
No longer registered
Pick up only


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AA182 International 17 May 2021 05:15 #221693

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That’s cool.

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AA182 International 18 May 2021 21:04 #221756

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Yep ,that and the Leyland Mastiff.....very tempting ...still ,I think Im past buying any more stuff I dont need ...what I do need is a ride on mower that runs for more than 10 minutes a week,and forklift with a short mast.

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AA182 International 18 May 2021 21:37 #221758

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Both are readily available John.K.
I bought a Cox ride on mower with what the mower shop claimed was a stuffed motor. As I did not want the engine because I fitted a hit n miss engine onto the mower, dropped the deck off and put a cross shaft underneath to run a belt of a flywheel to then drive the belt back to the friction drive and drive it around.
Had a very wet day and could not work so I looked at the engine to see what was wrong. Valve clearance was the biggest issue along with a fuel blockage. Engine started and ran like a clock. Donated it to a Club member who had a blown engine and he donated a better friction drive than I had. Win Win.
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