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Hi my name is Gregg, a couple months ago I stumbled upon this site. At the time I knew nothing about simplicity or allis chalmers tractors and I was amazed at all of the info on here. I did a lot of reading and have since bought a big ten with a L12 loader that is so much fun to use. I like all of the rare attachments they have in the "B attachments" page. I know a few lucky people have found fork lifts and other interesting things that they have posted pictures of but I have not been able to find a real picture of the trencher groundsaw attachments, has no one on the site found one? Are they that rare?

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