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Homelite Owners -- Cross Reference Is Posted.

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Kent
I just posted the Homelite to Simplicity cross reference, which lists the differences between the brands, even covering the attachments.... Some were identical -- some shared few parts.

Thanks to Jeff Nemes for providing this info.[A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/homelite/x-reference.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/homelite/x-reference.htm[/a]

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A very sincere thank you to you and Jeff for providing this reference. It will be most helpful for me, and I'm sure to others. Once again, thanks to everyone, this group is wonderful.

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tej
And thank you Kent for converting it for all those "Homeys" out there to be able to use and see. Now if I could only find out what I did with that micro-fiche! I know it's here some where! I don't think it got thrown out! :(

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