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I'm a Chevy Man and I have a Booklet, that has all the part or casting numbers ETC. So when you go to a swapmeet you just look at the casting Number and Have the Information right there.. Wouldn't be Nice to have abook like this For Simplicity Stuff????? I know just like yesterday at aSwapmmet Mowerman1193 And I attended It would be nice to have something like this, I know you could ....

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Brian you can start your own book by printing the attatchment lists from Simpletractors. On the main page go to each tractor type and there are listings for what fits and a cross-reference fron A/C to Simplicity. I printed the pages that applied to my tractors and put them in a binder to carry in the truck. Larry

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