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Looking for a new Johnny Bucket Jr. Volunteer

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John, I have a ~97 Landlord and I'm close (2 hrs) but I don't have a front attachment. What I wonder is will it work with my electric attachment lift? I mean, is the electric lift designed to lift any Simplicity front attachment? I assume it is. If so I wonder how that compares to the weight of the bucket with dirt. -Don M[A href='http://albums.photopoint.com/j/ViewPhoto?u=251581&a=12583743&p=47327097&f=0']http://albums.photopoint.com/j/ViewPhoto?u=251581&a=12583743&p=47327097&f=0[/a]

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Members, I am looking for a volunteer for the new Landloard hitch style. I belive it would include 1993 and up. The volunteer would also have to have a front attachment such as a blade or a blower. The person would need to live somewhere in southeastern Wisconsin since I live in Milwaukee county. I would need your tractor for about two weeks and there would be 25% discount on that prototype bucket. That would come out to $439.95 less 25% or $329.96. If your new to the club site check out my web site at the link below for further information. Thanks for your continued interest, John Scheele Johnny Products[A href='www.johnnyproducts.con'][img src='http://www.johnnyproducts.com/images/Simplicity%20JBJr/S%20front%20up.JPG'][/a]

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