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** REMINDER ** ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT Probably the LAST factory order for the season will be placed this Thursday - May 1, 2003. If you want a blade at the $99 price, order it now.
If you’re not familiar with this deal, here’s a link with info. > http://www.simpletractors.com/club2/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=15386
Please read the following carefully.
I do not have a grader blade business. Selling these grader blades is part of my hobby. I do not have employees. I handle everything personally. Sometimes it may take me a few days to answer emails. Since I first started selling these grader blades one year ago, and advertising on eBay, demand has grown. Dealers order multiples for resale, and there are individuals who want to buy direct. I am now offering these blades three (3) ways. 1) $99* – If you pay for the blade up front, I will place you on the next factory order. Delivery is usually 30-45 days. 2) $125* – You can buy a blade from my stock (if available). Delivery is immediate. 3) eBay – You can bid on a blade (if I have any listed). Delivery is immediate to the winning bidder. Check to see if I have any listed at this time (may change daily)> http://cgi6.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewSellersOtherItems&include=0&userid=netco-nj&sort=3&rows=25&since=-1&rd=1 * Unless and until I open a website, ordering a blade is a two (2) step process. Read on.......... A) Email me at herb.niewender@att.net I will reply with your exact cost including shipping, handling, and instructions how to pay. B) Pay for the blade via PayPal. I only accept payments via PayPal because it is easiest for me to keep track of the orders. If you have never used PayPal, it’s easy. Check it out at http://www.paypal.com Please understand that posting here, or sending an email stating you want a blade is NOT placing an order. An order is placed AFTER I receive a PayPal payment.

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Received my blade. Dutch you must have thought I lived in Iraq or love DUCKTAPE! I'm not going to hook it to a 3 point but make a pull behind with a framework and hydraulics from a 12 volt pump. The blade is heavy and should get years of use out of it. No cheap thin gauge material but heavy casting! Thanks Wayne

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