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paul case

12-19-2009 06:39:07




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whats the best way to sell my adjustable wide front axle for a row crop 800 case? i only want $150 for it. most websites wont let me advertise for parts because im not a dealer. any ideas? call me 9185424008 im in ne ok thanks for your input.




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630crazy

12-20-2009 12:36:37




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 Re: wide fe for 800 in reply to paul case, 12-19-2009 06:39:07  
Hey Paul, I'm the one that e-mailed you about your frontend.

Shaun Jewell



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Lamont

12-19-2009 11:54:00




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 Re: wide fe for 800 in reply to paul case, 12-19-2009 06:39:07  
Post in "Parts" section of Photo Ads or Classified Ads. You don"t have to be a dealer to sell parts; just no "Parting Out" ads.



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JGarner

12-19-2009 09:26:26




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 Re: wide fe for 800 in reply to paul case, 12-19-2009 06:39:07  
Paul, put your ad in the Photo ads or Classified on this site and also on ebay with a reserve set where you need it, $150 for instance.

Jim



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