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Boney
When parts break on your tractor how difficult is it to find a replacement ? I know there are some of you that have parts tractors and may have the part right there in your shop, but for those that dont have that, how long does it usually take ? Say maybe if you broke a starter and a rear end ? thnx for any response

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Ishmael2k
There are to many variables involved to really answer this... How old of a tractor? Which parts???? Some parts are no longer available so the wait would be indefinite...;) How big of a dealership, and how long have they been around? The dealership I use has been selling ACs and Simps for a loooong time, they have a lot of obscure parts in stock, the ones they don't (That are still available) they usually get within 3 days for me. Murpheys Law?? If it is no longer available and the tractor won't run without it, this is the part that will fail the day before the family reunion when you want the yard to look it's best. :D

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