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Early Landlord Stinger weights???

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Buickgsman
Whats the deal with the stinger weights for the early landlord? 64-71 ish. I have one with the extra cast piece on it and I am thinking about maybe selling it to help fund the tractor restoration. Whats a fair price if I were to sell it with that extra weight? Any recent sales of the same parts to compare with? Thanks Bob

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goodtimo
I bought my stinger with a donut weight for 50 bucks. But I saw one sell with stinger on it for $150 during snow season. Timing is everything.
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Whats the deal with the stinger weights for the early landlord? 64-71 ish. I have one with the extra cast piece on it and I am thinking about maybe selling it to help fund the tractor restoration. Whats a fair price if I were to sell it with that extra weight? Any recent sales of the same parts to compare with? Thanks Bob

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Talntedmrgreen
Search ebay's completed auctions. Several have sold lately, and for top buck, I'd recommend selling them seperately. Im shocked at what they bring...but they are handy!

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