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DorneyMA1

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Well, my wife had some strange looks for me last night. We work at the same company, and on the drive home last night, I was chatting away as usual about garden tractors, and all that I learned that day. And I just got finished telling her that Homelite was yet another potential brand for us to look for, when all of a sudden a Caravan with a U-haul trailer with Texas plates cruises by with a blue and white garden tractor on the back. Woo-hoo...that could be a Homelite I say. We spent the next 4 highway miles bobbing and weaving, trying to catch up. We finally got behind it, but couldn't see through the rear trailer ramp that was folded up, so I cut off a few Nuns in a school bus to get next to it (kidding) and...and...and...it's an old Sears.
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Greg. Been there--Done that!!
Including the strange looks from the spouse.
We are soooo misunderstood.
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Sounds like a Suburban - they were pretty "tank tough" also but.....just not as simple and cleaverly designed. And I don't think they even have their OWN club!
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Hey - when you're looking for bargains the more eyes the better! You know what they say about one man's junk...... :)
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Oh contrare' mon ami' they do have a club,a friend told me about it ,but I don't know [not intertested] about the addr.of it. Sim.s/ ACs if you look closely started out as walkers and transferred with minor changes the running gear to riders/garden tracs. You know you've got the 'trac chaser'bug bad when you have your kids look for stuff for you while on their school bus!!Like someone I know{me]Scary thing is they found some stuff that I eventually bought! Regards, dlc
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