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Lost Dipstick D-17

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07-08-2009 11:33:42

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I lost my dipstick bushogging yesterday. Where can i find one or i guess i could make if need be.So i need some measurements or a used stick. Northwest Indiana S/W Michigan area.

Thanks, C.D.

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07-10-2009 05:21:49

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 Re: Lost Dipstick D-17 in reply to Gryphon, 07-08-2009 11:33:42  
Are you talking engine oil dipstick? A friend is looking for the hydrolic oil cap-dipstick combination and there doesent seem to be any in the country, the transmision cap will screw on but we believe the dipstick is longer but none ov them avaible any place either. I have checked depotparts.com and nothing. If anybody knows of a tractor being parted with one of those caps avaible please let us know. Leroy usually on tractor and implement boards but check the others when have time.

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07-11-2009 09:57:54

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 Re: Lost Dipstick D-17 in reply to Leroy, 07-10-2009 05:21:49  
Leroy go to ebay. Item number: 360167736938

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07-13-2009 17:34:34

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 Re: Lost Dipstick D-17 in reply to gene In, 07-11-2009 09:57:54  
Before I found it auction had ended and I am not set up to bid on ebay, used to be before a bankruptcy

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07-11-2009 08:37:55

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 Re: Lost Dipstick D-17 in reply to Leroy, 07-10-2009 05:21:49  
Hey LeRoy, are you the one with the scamp 5?

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07-11-2009 16:03:35

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 Re: Lost Dipstick D-17 in reply to muckfarmer, 07-11-2009 08:37:55  
Must not be as I do not even know what you are talking about.

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