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Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow

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09-20-2009 19:59:00

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This message is a reply to an archived post by dctom42 on February 02, 2009 at 07:13:54.
The original subject was "Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow".

Hi I know this is an ad you replied to back in febuary. but i"m wondering if you might still have your one row case plow for sale yet. if you do could you email me a photo of it and if it"s a trip plow and your asking price. Thanks

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09-23-2009 11:50:59

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to rudfire17, 09-20-2009 19:59:00  
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I have a Case 1x16" trip lift trailer plow on rubber. I don't really want to sell it, but I did want to say that they do a super job of plowing, plus you very rarely worry about plugging up since the stubble either goes one way or the other. Not a second bottom to catch stubble. I really enjoy using it, plus it causes quite a stir at plowing events. Here are a couple of pictures of my brother using it at a plow day this summer. Bob

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09-23-2009 16:54:25

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to Bobl1958, 09-23-2009 11:50:59  
" WOW " Bob Super nice plow let me know if you ever want to sell it. Thx Tim

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09-21-2009 06:50:42

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to rudfire17, 09-20-2009 19:59:00  
try,, 507 285 0769 Minn

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09-23-2009 16:57:09

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to ron8, 09-21-2009 06:50:42  
Hi could i get a little more info than just a number please. let me know what you have please. thank you. Tim

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09-25-2009 06:16:03

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to rudfire17, 09-23-2009 16:57:09  
i sent you an email, must not have gotten it, i still have mine if i had your addy icould send a pic dctom

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Timothy Minch

09-25-2009 17:07:48

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 Re: Looking for a One Row Trailer Plow in reply to dctom42, 09-25-2009 06:16:03  
send pictures to me at tigger63@wctc.net Thanks

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