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Topic: One chance in a thousand
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bob ny

09-02-2009 16:14:19

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my every day ,beat on. kick at but never maintain tractor. that has lasted 26 years finally dumped it's last load.i started to town to see about buying a new one( oohh that hurts just to say it)a fellow was riding his tractor to his front lawn with a sign on it . i stopped.the same tractor as mine except newer and 18 hp twin.i asked ho0w much . he said it does not have a mower deck so i am asking 300 for it. i said i will load it up right now for 200 . he said drop your tailgate .just finished york raking my driveway ,it works real good and i have lots of spare parts for it, bob w.

Lightening Bug

09-02-2009 18:45:36

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Wow! Good for you.

Now can you get me a car the same way?

Take care.

Wylie Kyote

09-02-2009 16:30:59

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Hi Bob. Sounds good. Can't go wrong at $200.

Red Dave

09-02-2009 16:25:25

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Some days it just pays to be in the right place at the right time.

By the way Bob, I got to looking at some of my Dad's 3/8 and 1/2 inch socket sets too. They also have the stylized "Craftsman" with the long tail on the "C".

Never noticed it before.

bob ny

09-02-2009 16:43:16

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they are the old ones , i found a set of 1/4 in complete and i paid good to get them . do you want to sell yours lol bob w,

Red Dave

09-02-2009 17:03:55

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Uh, No thanks. These were my Dad's

I don't plan to ever part with my Dad's tools.

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