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Somewhere recently I came across a list of Simplicity salvage yards in Wisconsin and now I can't find the site. Am looking for a hood for a Sunstar> Does anyone know where I might find some dealers for used parts? Thanks.?

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This guy has a head light grill maybe he has the rest of the hood. You could also post a ad in the classifieds. Here are some salvage yards. http://www.simpletractors.com/parts/salvage_yards.htm http://cgi.ebay.com/Simplicity-SUN-STAR-HEADLIGHT-Grill-/290457499057?cmd=ViewItem&pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item43a09db5b1

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Thanks for all the info but I am not in need of a hood right now as the tractor was sold. Had made arrangements yesterday morning to pick it up this morning and when I called to be sure they would be home I got the SORRY but I sold it last night! Guess I have to go back to going and get the item as soon as I call. At least I didn't drive a couple hours and then find out. Thanks.

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Originally posted by 69DEZ
It's by Clintonville. Sorry I can't remember the name.
Euhardys Repair Service N6463 Us Hwy 45 North New London, WI 54961 (About half way between New London and Clintoville) Looks like a salvage yard, but a true Simplicity dealer, been there.

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