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Hey folks,

 

 I'm trying to get a  520 with a loader and rear weight box from Pennsylvania to somewhere at least close to St. Louis. I don't suppose anybody is making that trip anytime soon? I know it's a longshot but I thought I would ask.  Even if you can get me within a few hours of St. Louis that would be a big help.  Thanks very much. 

 

Craig

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:rolleyes: Craig, I'm thinking...

that tractor is worth the :wh: road trip.   :greetings-clapyellow:

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1 minute ago, AMC RULES said:

:rolleyes: Craig, I'm thinking...

that tractor is worth the :wh: road trip.   :greetings-clapyellow:

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 I think so too but driving 1700 miles is something my wife cannot understand for a tractor she thinks we don't need. Ha ha. 

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Loved that movie... Tractor isn`t that far from the big show two months from now....

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Man, Craig. That looks like a nice one. 

 

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