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My 1st load from a closed Simplicity dealership

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I finally found a closed Simplicity (and other brands) dealership that will sell me anything left on the shelves. There's not much left but I can find lots of useful parts. Here is a look at my 1st pic...To start I found some pretty cool Simplicity stuff for my shop.I also got some mower vac boots, linkages, snow plow angle rod, etc.

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This is a Hydraulic angle kit for a Legacy Dozer Blade, it has the valve body, lines/hoses, cylinder, etc...It looks just like the one on my Deutz 1918 (Sunstar) too..?

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The next 3 boxes are new Turbo-vac's

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I'm going back for a load of OEM belts, dethatcher, and there is lots of Briggs, Kohler & some Brinley, Deere, Cub parts too...

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GLPointon

Not too far away. The flags I'll keep unless I find more when I go back. The place is about 4000 sq ft, 90 degrees upstairs and no power...so I'll go back prepared w/bright lanterns/lights, etc.

quote:Originally posted by Simplicity7013H

Nice haul. Is this dealer local? Would you ever sell your flags?:D


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SmilinSam

If that's the angling kit where the control sits in the fender where the cupholder would be, I always thought that would be cool to make that run a 3 point on the legacy independent of the tractor lift.

Had a chance to buy one on Ebay for a couple hundred $ a while back but missed out..

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GLPointon

Sam, it has a "post" that the valve body mounts to on the right side, in front of or above the fender..?

I was looking at it, the valve is a "power beyond" valve so it could be used with about any hydro system. It got my wheels turning too...

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