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Jeremy McNary

06-17-2013 18:38:16

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Its been a few days since we had a what is it game so it thought I would post one. Also venture a guess at what you think CNH wants for a new one.

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06-18-2013 07:34:54

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to Jeremy McNary, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
I do have a new F 64184 bran new for sale for less than this . my e mail is jcmarleau@aol.com

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06-17-2013 22:33:45

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to Bobl1958, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
For 105 bucks i would be looking for something else!

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Jeremy McNary

06-17-2013 22:20:18

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to Jeremy McNary, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
LOL apparently that wasn't as difficult as I thought it might be, all of you are correct it is a noise suppressor that plugs into the fan motors on the 90 and 94 series, current price is 105 plus tax, sad part is theres only about $5 worth of electronics there if you could buy them at bulk price.

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06-17-2013 20:03:08

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to Jeremy McNary, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
Oh yeah that's one of them "do-dads" that goes ah on a case (somewhere) no clue. Buts small and got wires on it so must be exspensive. 100 bucks?

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06-17-2013 19:42:11

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to Jeremy McNary, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
That is the gizmo that plugs into the cab fan motor on the 90 series tractors. I replaced one this past winter and it seems to me the price was around 90 bucks. Rod.

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06-17-2013 19:17:09

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 Re: New what is it game in reply to bradley martin, 06-17-2013 18:38:16  
Looks like a condenser with a noise suppressor on it. 25 bucks.

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