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hi-low value question

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ngale65
so i went and looked at a couple b10 tractors. one had the hi-low selector. i honestly have no interest in the tractors, just want some of the attachments that go with the tractors. anyone need a hi-low for a b10-b12? if so what kind of value does it have. im trying to decide if its worth bringing all this crap home.

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timflury
I second both Levi's and Chris' comments. I would be in the market for a Low Speed Kit. The bad thing is, at this time of year, the cash flow isn't conducive to buying highly collectible tractor parts.sm00sm00sm00

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