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Tony in Mass.

03-20-2014 06:48:47

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Swim? Oh, I'm allergic to water. And sharks. A trike! cool! With all you other machines, you can ditch this loader can't you? The fellow I bought my now rebuilt TO30 from now wants to sell his 85, but like you, won't fit on my trailer, weight wise it's like 2 tons too heavy, 100 miles too far to drive home... I don't want to disassemble it at his place either, got too many other irons in the fire, but I wouldn't mine adding one to the collection. So I will be following your every move- I'll be rootin' fer ya~ congratulations! and good luck!

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Richard L

03-20-2014 13:16:47

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 Re: Next in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-20-2014 06:48:47  
Tony if you don't have anything to put it on or pull it with don't forget about "U-ship" I see them on TV every once in a while for lack of anything better to watch. LOL

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03-20-2014 08:53:27

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 Re: Next in reply to Tony in Mass., 03-20-2014 06:48:47  
Yeah that's what I'm checking on now, the width of rears, might have to back out of a 1k deal.

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03-20-2014 10:00:32

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 Re: Next in reply to 2tractors, 03-20-2014 08:53:27  
the rims are adjustable, depending where they are set now it might fit. you can try to spin them in,but sometimes it is a chore. you do have to jack up one side and start to adjust, sometimes you can just do one wheel.

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Tony in Mass.

03-20-2014 09:23:10

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 Re: Next in reply to 2tractors, 03-20-2014 08:53:27  
So how far away is this? Can a tow truck company, car hauler get it for a reasonable price?

I know a real butt busting even more expensive way to get it!

Trailer your loader tractor there. Take off the loader. Take it home. take off the wheels, take them home. See how just the arsend settles on your trailer. If there is spring left, leave the engine bolted up. If not, another run home. Then go get your loader tractor... See? Easy. You'll be done in less than a week. talk to a tow company, it should fit on a rolloff....

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