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Old 09-08-2017, 07:44 PM
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I pick up a few items at an estate sale today, missed out on the 100.00 cubs a 102 and a 108 due to traffic on I 80 and I was late, only wheel weights and I found a part for the rear rake I have. I have lots of sales brochures for Cub Cadet and others manufactures.
Picked up some old jersey road maps, no GSP on these and I 80 is not complete.
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Old 09-08-2017, 08:19 PM
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Neat! I like the round white paperweight.
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Love the brochure with the all steel cab.
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Old 09-09-2017, 11:05 AM
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Thanks guys
Here is one for Mr. Oak.
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Very nice Lew! Does this mean you have to start a new stack of weights!?
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Too bad on the tractors. Some good odds and ends though!
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Very nice Lew! Does this mean you have to start a new stack of weights!?
I have a new stack, of 6 on them.

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Too bad on the tractors. Some good odds and ends though!
Thanks Steve, I missed out on the rear blade also, but it was missing some parts but in nice shape. It sold for 25.00
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Love it Lew! The "More Power To You" is awesome! I love that 125 Series, with the new chrome plated spoke steering wheel, and a chrome plated implement lift with "new" float lock, and the new quick attach system,...... how cool was that!

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Nice finds.
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