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Re: Anybody need pics of the hood lock or latch to hold it open?

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Tony in Mass.

08-18-2013 20:38:54

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Jason??? Where were you??? If I could pull a tandem trailer over 500 miles with a Chrysler minvan... you got no excuses... neither does Inno or 2 tractors...

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Jason S.

08-19-2013 11:40:42

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 Re: Anybody need pics of the hood lock or latch to hold it open? in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-18-2013 20:38:54  
Well Tony I worked my tail off getting money up for the trip. I mowed and baled close to 40 acres and sold the hay to get the money for the trip. After I loaded the last of the 70 round bales up he looked at me and said "how many do I owe you for?" I told him and he said "I"ll catch you next week on the money if that"s ok" he hadn"t said a word until then about could I wait on the money. So that"s what happened to me. I had it all planned out and got screwed out of it. I"m still sitting here waiting on the money.

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Tony in Mass.

08-19-2013 17:22:09

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 Re: Anybody need pics of the hood lock or latch to hold it open? in reply to Jason S., 08-19-2013 11:40:42  
That story reminds me of the bad ol days in the north country. Next deal like this say, I'll take a couple of your tractors, trucks, whatever he owns, and say you'll use them lightly as needed, as interest and security, till he pays up. If they don't own anything that starts, don't do business with em. It burns me when they brag to people what they did to you, as they flaunt a roll of 20's. It was far for me too, a lot further for Sam and Mickey, but real glad I went.
Now I am broke too....

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Jason S.

08-19-2013 18:18:03

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 Re: Anybody need pics of the hood lock or latch to hold it open? in reply to Tony in Mass., 08-19-2013 17:22:09  
He had bought hay off of me before and paid me on the spot in cash so I never thought anything about it. He took 70 bales but I still have about 50 to get rid of. I have something here you need. I bought a bunch of Ferguson manuals the other day and there is an FEO mower assembly and operators manual.

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