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    I have a broken right stabilizer on my tractor. The pin that goes into the lift arm snapped. The pin is cheap enough but the replacement bolts and nuts are expensive and can only be ordered in large quantities. In your opinion which dealer should I go to that has a large inventory of parts. Is there another solution-like using some other system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by araz33 View Post
    I have a broken right stabilizer on my tractor. The pin that goes into the lift arm snapped. The pin is cheap enough but the replacement bolts and nuts are expensive and can only be ordered in large quantities. In your opinion which dealer should I go to that has a large inventory of parts. Is there another solution-like using some other system?
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