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Richard L

08-11-2012 17:20:06

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Did you get one from Agco? I do not have a lot of luck with the out side vendors but my Agco switch for my TO 30 which I think is about the same except the flat spot on the threads is in a different position is the same thing.

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08-11-2012 19:31:55

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 Re: Key Switch in reply to Richard L, 08-11-2012 17:20:06  
I used Sparex and A&I. I'm sure they are made in China. I would be glade to pay more if it's made in USA.Our goverment to doing such a good job for us.

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Richard L

08-12-2012 04:39:53

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 Re: Key Switch in reply to miner09, 08-11-2012 19:31:55  
miner09, I have said before I do not want to buy from the Chinese as they are just taking our money and buying us up. However I cannot blame the gov't. for what our suppliers are having the Chinese make for us for replacement parts. I blame the suppliers if they are happy with the cheap stuff they have them make for us instead of making it as it should be then I hope those suppliers that do not check on the quality they should ask for will go by the wayside and others that want to have quality products made can take over. When they take over I can only hope they will find quality controlled companies in the USA. I know I have bought some Agco products that have been made outside the USA. Agco now owns Sparex. I can only hope Agco wants to have quality inspectors when they order products from ANYWHERE.

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