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Re: 154 Leyland


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Posted by nip nop on June 02, 2005 at 13:27:37 from (195.93.21.101):

In Reply to: 154 Leyland posted by Bruce Nelson on January 22, 2004 at 11:05:50:

I own a Leyland 154, and thets just say, you have a bad deal. I bought mine for 600 in the UK and thats a brilliant example I have. The loader can handle a round bale, but that is quite heavy on the front tyres. It has either 24 or 30hp, I am not that sure. It has a pto that can run at 540 or 1000. It also has hydralics, but the return is pumped by gravity.

overall,
DONT BY THAT AT $4900! BADS DEAL!




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