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Chris727

Sleeve hitch stuff at Home Depot

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Chris727
To any of you looking for sleeve hitch attachments, last time I was at Home Depot they had all their brinly sleeve hitch garden equipment on clearance. They have the box scraper, disk harrow, and cultivator for $75 each. I got a box scraper and its not bad, really going to come in handy, and the one at sears was $209 and not as nice as the brinly.

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Thanks for the tip! I'm going to look on HD.com and drive there tonight.

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I called my local home depot and the garden center did not know anything about a clearance. Must be a local thing.

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Jay, Sorry but I don't have the money to do that. All of the posters for their attachments no longer show the garden attachments but they were in the 2004 L&G booklet, I think. I figured they had a hard time selling them. They may not be calling it a "clearance." Maybe just a price reduction, they had yellow tags on them $75 was $150? Something like that. Usually that means the item won't be back. Could just be a local thing I guess. A year ago I found a 75 pound rear wheel weight for the JD's with 12" rims for only $25. But they only had one, called around to other Home Depots but couldn't find anymore.

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Chris727, I'll take an order on one of those box scrappers, weights and such.... just kiddin. I wish we had a deal like that in Connecticut. I really need a lawn sweeper. I am thinking that will be my poor mans vacuum and not take up as much space.

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CORRECTION! Home Depot does have these in Stratford CT. I got one of each. Either the guy I spoke to didn't know or it came after your post. CORRECTION!

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Also they had a 46" snow blade for a scotts. They had some sleeve attachment for a murry for $25 normally $139. Think they are discontinuing selling this stuff? It may go cheaper...

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I was at a Home Depot last night and thought I'd check this out. They did have the sleeve hitches and attachments as mentioned. I don't think they are calling it a clearance sale and no one there seemed to know anything about it. I found them on my own outside in the garden section on a shelving unit. The peculiar thing was they had the same identical items maked down to two different prices. At eye level the had the 38" box scraper for $99. On the shelf above it was the indentical part # box scraper for $75. I bought the cheaper one and it rang up right at the register. They also had sleeve hitches for $25 & $99 - Reg $129. Harrows $75 & $99 - Reg $169. If you go look around and don't depend on the clerks to know anything. They might be able to direct you to the equipment but can't answer questions about a sale or clearance. PS I was at the store in Portland, ME

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I stopped by Home Depot in Auburn, MA, hoping to find a Box Scraper or Rear Blade... no luck. They had the cultivators and disk harrows at $75 each, though....

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There was one other in Stratford, let me know if you need my help.

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