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    • By Ahead of the Curve
      Hello All,
       I am currently looking for a Rototiller , trailers and a Johnny Bucket or other front bucket that fits my 520-H's. I'm just getting back into Wheel Horses and gathering more implements. I am disabled and am really trying to save whats left of my back and heart. Please let me know if you have anything or know of anyone that does.Not sure of all the implements that was available for the 520-H's always willing for other options also.
      Thanks Tim & Meranda Harper
      Call or Text me at (989) 326-5571
      UPDATE: I found a rototiller and 2 trailers for my 520-H.  Might be interested in other trailers and still looking for a bucket. Thank you.
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    • By mmmmmdonuts
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    • By DennisThornton

      I thought this was worthy:
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      Hey guys
      Startin to get ready to head to the big show and one of those things involves a new trailer. I'm going with an enclosed one most likely with a v nose. I plan on putting a  1000 lb motorcycle up front with two suburbans to get around the show on plus room for @squonk 's RJ for the return trip. Would also need room for other crap like camping gear and whatnot and whatever stuff I see at the show I think I can't live without. So I am thinking something in the 12 or 14 ft range in the 3000 lb range. Thinking I would need more floor area than weight capacity.  I will be pulling it with my 95 GMC 2500 light 3/4 ton truck. I'm  not wired for electric brakes but could be easily done. Will be using it for winter horse storage at home....cheaper than a new barn!
       
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