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rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor

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pinball

01-03-2019 05:41:09




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i have a good rim and decent tire from a 960 ford tractor. 100 bucks in central Missouri. you can email me if interested.




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Royse

01-03-2019 17:33:12




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to pinball, 01-03-2019 05:41:09  
Got a picture Pinball? What size and brand is the tire?



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NWMO 901 SOS

01-03-2019 13:12:53




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to pinball, 01-03-2019 05:41:09  
Jerry & Larry,

I hope you both had a wonderful Christmas season. I, like Larry, almost forget the "classic" view is back there. Nothing tractor related, the ol' girl just keeps kicking along, may you both have a blessed 2019!

Chris



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Larry NCKS

01-03-2019 06:26:58




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to pinball, 01-03-2019 05:41:09  
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Not only that, he either needs to activate his email on this site, or tell us what it is.



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Larry NCKS

01-03-2019 06:25:07




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to pinball, 01-03-2019 05:41:09  
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Not only that, he either needs to activate his email on this site, or tell us what it is.



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Ultradog MN

01-03-2019 12:44:07




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to Larry NCKS, 01-03-2019 06:25:07  
Larry,
You have been around this place long enough to know how to open a post in classic view. Try it once in a while.
We on Classic always have to open your posts in modern view to see who you're complaining about this time for not having their email open. His email is open on Classic.



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showcrop

01-03-2019 05:52:51




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 Re: rear rim/tire from a 960 ford tractor in reply to pinball, 01-03-2019 05:41:09  
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Pinball, you need to tell what type of rim it is and % of rubber on the tire in order for anyone to know if they might be interested. First things First!



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