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I just discovered we're now linked on a new page at Yesterday's Tractors, specifically for Garden Tractors. (I requested the link months ago)

In addition to the link and site description, there's an opportunity to "rate" the site in comparison to the other garden tractor sites (Cub, Wheel Horse, JD, etc).

Let me know how we compare by rating/voting....

Kent[A href='http://www.ytmag.com/tlinks/Garden_Tractors/']http://www.ytmag.com/tlinks/Garden_Tractors/[/a]

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