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Fuddy Duddy

04-18-2013 19:44:42

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There was a guy on craigslist that had a sold pair like mine. He was asking $225 for them. He didn't know what they weighted so I emailed him they were 300# each. He wanted to know what I thought they were worth. I told him I wasn't sure but that most people would prefer the pie weights and that if he couldn't get what he was asking to just slowly drop he price till they sell. Looks like he must had sold them because his ad is no longer up. I'm including a picture of mine. Not really all that hard to install with a handyman jack. Wonder if I could use these on the outside and still put pie weights on the inside? That would get my weight just about right. The PO had these solid weight on plus had the tires filled.

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04-19-2013 21:55:10

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 Re: wheel weights in reply to Fuddy Duddy, 04-18-2013 19:44:42  
Sadie came with what looks like yours FD however they are 2 pcs each with 4 halves each wheel along with weighted tires. Added a 30 gal drum with concret (300# ?) and found out dry rot was worse than thought. Now she sits in corner of property hoping for a new tire. Buying a tractor to not have to do as much by hand is nothing but "Yet another of my bright ideas that is nothing but a waste of $$$"

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