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Hydraulic filter for 946. 8 bucks from UFA

Same filter from New Holland 24 bucks

Seal kit for main lift ram for wings on NH 2050 drill. 342 dollars.
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Yeah, but did they come in a nice bag?

A nice little bag inside another bag! Which I was abruptly told while I was trying to open it to make sure they were right, if I open it I can't return it! Jesus Christ. Unfortunately I was home before I thought of what I should have asked him after he said that, which was will he reimburse me my fuel costs if I get it home and they don't fit?


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Shovels for airdrill 350 bucks on a 2200 bill between 2 dealers.
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cuptusa North of 60,000 and if it just happened you will likely have more bills coming.
First hospital $7500 ish, second hospital $5400 ish. Probably $3000 in ambulances. Major battle with one insurance company right now so these are current and total figures. I was shocked it was that low.

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Think this is just the beginning.
With fewer farmers every year in business, less and less equipment sales .
So shop and store have to carry the the whole thing to a profit .
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How about the new on off switch for the seed hawk. it’s got a bunch of standard looking silver switches and it Bluetooths to the iPad. $3000 seems like gouging. All that money I saved on the iPad monitor. ��

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Geez, it would be $350.00 here, that is cheap.
Don't you guys pay taxes???

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Bourgault air cart remote control for bulk boom, $1300 from BG, $280 from Farmtronics, to make it worse the instructions in BG manual were wrong on how to sync it.
Thx for posting this!! Yesterday I found my remote sitting in water in the tube where it goes while itís not being used.
The remote would not turn off so the conveyor wanted to keep turning. Used a hair dryer to dry the inside, itís getting better now where it stops enough to move tanks. Think by today it should be working close to 100%.
I called and they said $1200 bones for a new one, WOW I nearly chocked.
Is the Farmtronics one the same as the Bourgault?
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I was born and raised in a GM household. My Dad was GM through and through and I grew up to be the same. I honestly could not understand why anyone would buy a ford. In around 1996, I had a suburban with a 6.2L diesel that developed a fuel leak from the injection pump. I went to the local dealer to get a copy of the exploded view of the pump from the parts department so I could see how this thing came apart, took it apart and found that the O-rings on the throttle shaft were the cause. I went back and ordered these two O-rings, about the size of a pencil. When they came in, they were $9 each. I was NOT amused. I told the parts guy "That's going to be the most expensive $18 GM ever steals from me!!!", I went home, put the pump back together and within a week, traded the "sub" off on a ford power stroke. Boy was I MAD. That turned out to be a good truck and in 2001, I bought a brand new power stroke.
GM was still knowingly installing inferior lower intake manifold gaskets on their 3.1 V6's WHILE offering a new and improved replacement gasket, over their very own parts counters. We, too, were a GM family through and through, 17 or 18 of them between my siblings and I. Now all that remains is an older pickup which my brother-in-law will never part with.
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GM was still knowingly installing inferior lower intake manifold gaskets on their 3.1 V6's WHILE offering a new and improved replacement gasket, over their very own parts counters.
And Boeing knowingly keeps important safety information quiet on the 737 max.

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