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Looks like someone in PA is selling a TON of rare attachments, loader, chipper, spreader, so cool! Is a member cashing out on their collection?

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I think for some of that stuff I would be willing to make the drive. I am sure I will be out bid though lol.

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I hope you all don't bid on that L-12 Loader because that is the closest to me I ever have a chance to get!! It's Mine !!!! You all have them out west where ya are. I'm stuck over here on the east coast where there are never any L-12 loaders for sale!! STAY AWAY FROM MY LOADER !!! please

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