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Paul in Ontario

08-18-2009 17:49:53




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looking for sleeves and pistons for s or sc case where can I find
Thanks Paul




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Hoss in Me

08-19-2009 17:45:24




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 Re: sleeves and pistons s or sc case in reply to Paul in Ontario, 08-18-2009 17:49:53  
Must be the only tractors left! Hoss



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Ken Christopherson

08-19-2009 06:03:28




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 Re: sleeves and pistons s or sc case in reply to Paul in Ontario, 08-18-2009 17:49:53  
Don Livingston is probably your best bet for sleeves. I am sure he will have pistons as well. 507-433-0073. He is a wonderful guy.



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patsdeere

08-18-2009 23:47:45




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 Re: sleeves and pistons s or sc case in reply to Paul in Ontario, 08-18-2009 17:49:53  
Everybody must be working on SCs right now. This question keeps coming up. If you search previous posts you will find some sources.



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