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Neat attachment -- Carry-All Box

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Kent
Here's a neat attachment for you "tool makers" a carry-all box for the rear of the tractor. Attaches with 3 pins, and is rated for 350 lbs... I'd seen one reference to it in another piece of old literature, but this is the best picture/description I've found. It's from a 1964 catalog I'm adding.... Certainly looks within the realm of home/shop fabrication. Anyone have one of these, or the owners/parts manual that might have more info?[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/simplicity/new_in_1964/more_attachments.htm'][img src='http://www.simpletractors.com/images/new_in_1964/box_pg9_small.jpg'][/a]

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Hi Kent I just saw a new one and have the chance to buy it. Not sure what its worth, Any ideas?

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