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I got these yesterday


Far as I can tell this was not used to much at all and all orginal other then someone welded a bar on it to pull somthing behide it at one point of its time,


front wheel weights had to get the price was right on these


got these also and they have very little to no pitting to them at all and can also still read all the numbers on them . So with just a little cleaning up of these they would be ready to go .

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Originally posted by Talntedmrgreen
Very nice! An original disk is high up my list, and weights are always like gold. Very nice!
nice find ^ there was just a simplicity disc forsale with a newer jd tractor in auburn hills on detroit craigslist.

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