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Hi, just wondering if anyone knows about "Tow Bees"? I am going to be getting a B10 and I was thinking about getting a "Tow Bee". What do they run money-wise? Most likely out of my range, but still wondering. Does anyone have any pictures, I've looked at simpletractors.com, but there is only one picture. Even plans for building one would suffice, I may even end up building one similar. I just think it would be really cool to have a trailer made for the exact tractor. Thanks, FTG-B10

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Hi I found this one in New Jersey for 300$. It is similar to the Tow Bee before
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I have seen a few non-AC versions around, but they were all pretty rusty. That weird tubing they are made out of seems to rust from the inside out, but I suppose they are 35 to 45 years old or so. Tim

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