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Old 05-19-2020, 09:52 PM
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A buddy of mine took this picture this morning at Evolution Ag in Circleville, Ohio. I wouldn't want any of these tractors now and I would be afraid to buy anything from them for quite awhile until I made sure all of these were gone.

I was just there last week looking at zero turns - the very ones that are now in the picture under water.
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Ow! ow! ow!

I wonder if his insurance will send those to auction in some other part of the country.
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Wouldn't surprise me a bit.

If someone needed a piece of structure that would be OK, but I wouldn't want anything electrical, any gears/bearings, or the engine. Doesn't leave a lot.
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Wow. And I suppose they will send some of their stock to other kubota dealers. Not good. They might clean up good but I sure would not trust them. Hopefully they have a flood sale.
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