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Originally posted by Burntime
John, list them on ebay, they usually bring 150-200 all day long. Your still ahead after your ebay fees...
that maybe a good idea. all my simplicity customers allways seems to want to buy mine when they see it mounted on my tractor. the conversation allways end's with - not for sale :D

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Talntedmrgreen
John, are we still talking the front/rear ball hitch, or graders? I believe last winter I said I was in for a ball hitch. I still am...I'll PM you and we'll sort out the good stuff $$ }:)

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hotrodtractor
I sent in my down payment for the both the ball hitch and grader hitch ^ Look forward to finished products. Funny part is I have no use for either right now, but just want them;) darn addiction

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john-holcomb
You may E-Mail me if you still want a hitch until Monday. These will NOT be sold on E-Bay! I do this for the members of the club and not as a enterprise. There should be benefits to being in an organization and these are for the Simplicity faithful only. John

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