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Jesse

05-18-2001 14:29:17




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Hello Fellas,

Looking for a good dealer to get cheap new parts for a Farmall M. Right now I'm in need of a new radiator and exhaust manifold. I've talked to a couple of places about these parts and they want around $300-$320 for a new radiator and about $150 for the manifold. Are these resonable prices to pay for these parts? If not, Maybe someone out there has some price saving advice.
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Doc

05-18-2001 20:40:39




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 Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Jesse , 05-18-2001 14:29:17  
Sloan Express has a new radiator listed for $240.00. Web site below, request catalog.



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Don L.

05-19-2001 08:52:09




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 Re: Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Doc, 05-18-2001 20:40:39  
I sell a new "USA" built manifold, pipe and gaskets for $160 shipping included.I have a good used one for $90.00 with a good pipe. New M radiator $245.00 shipping included. I have a good used one,cleaned and tested at 40lbs for $175.00
I stand behind what I sell 100%.
Don L. Rusty Acre
18024,540th AVE
Austin Mn. 55912
ph 507 433 0073
manifold@smig.net



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Fudd

05-18-2001 19:44:32




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 Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Jesse , 05-18-2001 14:29:17  
Try Mike at Steel Wheel Ranch 1-785-548-7437. He's a good guy to deal with.



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Glenn(WV)

05-18-2001 19:38:26




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 Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Jesse , 05-18-2001 14:29:17  
If the tanks on your current radiator are still good, you might consider having the radiator recored. Dunno about the cost, though. A radiator shop can fill you in.



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Bart

05-18-2001 16:03:27




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 Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Jesse , 05-18-2001 14:29:17  
Jesse, Take your time and look around. I just bought a new manifold with gaskets and pipe for $125.00. I'd have to find paperwork to remember where. Duh!! I buy a lot of parts from all over the place. Good luck.



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The Red

05-18-2001 14:58:40




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 Re: Good parts supplier in reply to Jesse , 05-18-2001 14:29:17  
Jesse those prices you stated are competitive for new parts.



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