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    Hondax:

    You are all right. Just got home from work, fired up the laptop, saw your post and got myself one. I'm sure the dealer price is at least 2 or 3 times that. The Factory manual for my T100 was over $100.00 three years ago.

    Being somewhat of a farmer myself (farm credit and I are real good friends), what color of equipment do you have?:confused:
     
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    Tractor and bucket is green, sickle mower green, and bale spike green. Rest of the implements are various colors or two specialized to be green. I have a KMC(Kelly Manufacturing Corp) 500 gallon PTO wheeled sprayer that's very close to BRG(British racing green).

    Farm Credit still has a small hold of my aspenleaf for a year or two but mostly paid them down.



    Glad to help.;)
    I'm thinking the cheapest I've seen other than E-bay is 79.00 but i didn't look hard.
     
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    Hondax:

    It's way off forum, but.......

    I have 2 Kubota's, an M9 FWA with a loader and a 12x12, a Kubota 105SA with a loader and 12x12, also FWA and an old Massey 1085 cab tractor, 2wd. JD MoCo (9.9'), NH 638 & 786 roundbailers, 2 Kuhn Gyro Rakes, an old IH Model 30 steel wheeled crimper and an ancient NH67 Hayliner that is in mint condition. Needed around here in the winter, a LuckNow 90" rear mount snow blower a couple of back blades, drags a couple of manure spreaders and a Westfield 60' grain leg (to fill the bulk tanks with feed). I'm basically color blind
     
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