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Looking for a Front Mount 4 Row Culivator

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CaseThirtySeries

02-05-2010 19:18:41




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I am looking for a 4 Row Front Mounted Culivator for a 400-830 Case Eagle Hitch tractor. I am looking for the complete unit with brackets. I live in the midwest. I appreciate any help!

Thank you!!




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1031D

02-06-2010 08:36:40




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 Re: Looking for a Front Mount 4 Row Culivator in reply to CaseThirtySeries, 02-05-2010 19:18:41  
I have a set of brackets on a big 400 in SE Wisconsin if interested.



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Roger S

02-06-2010 06:52:39




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 Re: Looking for a Front Mount 4 Row Culivator in reply to CaseThirtySeries, 02-05-2010 19:18:41  
I have one in eastern NE, the brackets are still on my tractor from when we used to use it. Probably wouldn"t be able get it till spring.



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CaseThirtySeries

02-06-2010 07:08:36




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 Re: Looking for a Front Mount 4 Row Culivator in reply to Roger S, 02-06-2010 06:52:39  
Sounds good, I am very interested! If you could e-mail me your phone number or something so we can keep in contact and complete a transaction that would be great. Spring is very understandable especially with this weather we are having. Thanks!

d.milleret@gmail.com



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