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    Re: Ford 3500 Rear Rim

    You need to measure the width of your rims to be sure. Conventional wisdom would tell us your rims are 14" or 15" wide, but there are thousands of Ford 3 cylinder tractors factory fitted with...
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    Re: BKT tires vs. Titan (Ag tread)

    Out of the pan, into the fire.
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    Re: Ford 2000 Transmission Oil

    Not only you CAN use UTF, it's recommended for the hydraulics, transmission and power steering.
  4. Sticky: Re: How do you do a "price check" on used equipment?

    Who cares what it cost new; you can't go buy a new 2009 today. You already have the best comparable, a new example of the same model. Are 670 hours and a full factory warranty worth $2519 to you?
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    Re: BKT tires vs. Titan (Ag tread)

    Normally I'd agree with that sentiment, but Titan's reputation isn't all that great.
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    Re: ford 2000 3 cylinder gauge cluster

    There are little speed nuts that clip onto the cowl opening and accept the screws.
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    Re: BKT tires vs. Titan (Ag tread)

    There have been several threads on NewAgTalk about BKT tires. Several users with enough time and hours of use to answer your question. The short version is most are very happy for the value BKT...
  8. Thread: Case 885 Tractor

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    Buying Advice Re: Case 885 Tractor

    It's overpriced by at least double if it's a non-runner. I paid $800 for mine, I have about $2200 in it, and I'd be hard pressed to sell it for that. They are an orphan.
  9. Thread: Case 885 Tractor

    by RickB
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    Buying Advice Re: Case 885 Tractor

    It's a rebadged David Brown 885; probably about a 1976. I own one. Decent little tractor if everything works. Quirky little bugger to work on, especially the hydraulics. About 42 PTO HP.
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    Re: What does EDC and DRC stand for?

    a 16x16 QM is the latest version of the 16x16 transmission known as a 'Quad Mod' introduced in 1996 near the end of 40 series production. No real need to refer to a TS 16x16 as a Quad Mod because...
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    Re: TC35 Shuttle Shift, Won't Engage When Hot

    Let's think about what a synchronizer does. In this case it disengages from one drive element spinning in one direction and immediately engages (or tries to engage) a similar drive element spinning...
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    Re: new holland tn7fa

    Hydraulic brake oil reservoir is low. Consult your operator's manual for the correct fluid to use. Using incorrect fluid will cause expensive damage to brake components.
  13. Front-End Loader Re: Best loader attachment to handle wrapped round bales

    Grab types work very well. I prefer the kind without a fixed side, a full floating grab is gentler on the bales when stacking or removing bales from a stack. With the grab mostly but not totally...
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    Re: TC35 Shuttle Shift, Won't Engage When Hot

    Exactly.
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    Re: Counterfiet filters

    Or the suction side.
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    Re: 1210 Axle lube way low, water in it...

    Opinion not based on fact. Ford and later New Holland NEVER recommended GL4 in front axles, or GL5 for that matter. If the axle wants to leak oil, it will drip either. Good night!
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    Re: 1210 hydraulic fluid has water in it...

    NOT



    pretty simple choice-- factory recommendation for use worldwide or a local guy making assumptions. FYI there is no "yellow metal" in that front end.

    All that water in the axle and...
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    Re: 1210 Axle lube way low, water in it...

    The factory recommendation is New Holland 134 hydraulic oil for the front axle. That's why I got 'all riled up' about your local "expert". RTFM and answer your questions.
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    Re: 1210 hydraulic fluid has water in it...

    How about you buy an operator's manual? Here's a tip: the front axle does not take 80w-90.
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    Re: 1210 hydraulic fluid has water in it...

    If you are talking about the suction screen, fine. I'd not attempt to clean the hydrostatic charge filter if you have a hydro tractor and are referring to the spin on element.
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    Re: 1993 Ford 1920 Engine Failure

    New Holland will sell you OEM parts directly from Shibaura/ISM. Shibaura engine parts are not sold in kit form other than the complete gasket kit.
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    Re: Identification Help Please

    Looks like about 5 cents a pound.
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    Re: 1993 Ford 1920 Engine Failure

    Yes, there should be.
    But I don't know if anyone at TBN has found them yet.
  24. Disc Harrow Re: JD Disc. Does anyone know what model this is and what its worth?

    Just about anything would be a better deal than the W8. It'a an old, worn out disc with little to no adjustability.
  25. Thread: New Holland TL80

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    Re: New Holland TL80

    Hand stamped in the front bolster casting. Probably have to open the hood and check the flat horizontal surface. Look for a small flat machined rectangular surface. There is also a metal tag, but the...
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    Re: Counterfiet filters

    Donaldson has been building engine air filters for 100 years.
  27. Disc Harrow Re: JD Disc. Does anyone know what model this is and what its worth?

    "Here" $1900 would be about $1400 too high.


    Look around for comparables in your area.
  28. Disc Harrow Re: JD Disc. Does anyone know what model this is and what its worth?

    Certainly not too big for 55 hp. It's worth whatever buyer & seller agree on.
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    Re: Counterfiet filters

    NAPA filters are almost exclusively WIX, at least in the USA.

    Suggesting Kioti filters are Fram or Purolator is based on what besides a whim of yours? Most Kioti air filters are Donaldson, Kioti...
  30. Thread: 3500 tires

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    Re: 3500 tires

    If it has 245's on it now, I'd look hard at 7.50x16 3 or 4 rib tires for those rims. Minimum of 6" wide rim.
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    Re: TC33D Water Pump Going Bad or ?

    And order a $400 radiator. Seriously, figure it out and (probably) replace the water pump.
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    Re: GM to cut 5/100,000 warranty to 60,000 miles

    Buy a Mini Cooper.
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    Re: Changing out PTO shaft

    Pull it out and install the 21 spline shaft.
  34. Re: want a good brand of lower radiaror hose heater kit

    Katz or Zerostart. Both are good brands, any manufacturer will have a few random early failures.
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    Re: Flex Wing Finish Mowers

    I think you are no less then 15 HP short.

    Edit: that would be to run any flex wing finish mower I am familiar with. a 6' RFM should be no problem.
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    Re: Ford 1510 Temperature Guage question

    You guys do know that the OEM sensor and thermostat housing threads are BSPT, not NPT, right?
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    Re: Morton water softener salt price increase?

    If Morton mines their salt in the Northeast/Great Lakes region, Old Man Winter is the reason or excuse, however you want to describe it. Road salt and other NaCl based melting products are in high...
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    Re: How much does your bean counter charge?

    +1. And after hearing the same song & dance from my mother's 'advisor' a couple years ago, I count Mom's, too.
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    Re: Oil in water - hydraulic?

    Same type of fluid, but held in separate reservoirs and will not co-mingle. Separate drain, fill and check locations.
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    Re: UPS Shipping Costs Lately?

    Costs me more to ship 2 lbs to a residence 2 towns away (in the next state) than it does to ship that 2 lbs to a commercial address in Jacksonville, FL. (see my location in avatar)
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    Re: Ford 445 industrial tractor lubes

    If you have the manufacturer's operator manual, it lists the fluid types and capacities. You just have to open it up.
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    Re: Keeping shaft bearing supports true...

    About all that bearing style is 'standard' for is low speed, low power, low use applications. I guess I can't help you more because of the obvious philosophical differences we have about how the job...
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    Re: Keeping shaft bearing supports true...

    Well that's not a bearing style I would use on that project. Not using self aligning cylindrical ball bearings is complicating your project and probably compromising its durability.
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    Re: Keeping shaft bearing supports true...

    You could also use pillow block bearings that would bolt directly to the plate. No welding. They also are spherical and self-aligning.
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    Re: Ford Gradco tractor

    Is it "Bradco"?
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    Re: Keeping shaft bearing supports true...

    The use of spherical bearings eliminate your concern. Cheap, common as dirt.
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    Re: Ford 1510 Temperature Guage question

    Agreed on using the upper hose. Lower hose, not so much. Just a waste of time to put one there.
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    Comparison Re: What 12v battery and CCA for 1950 Ford 8N

    I sell New Holland F545DSW batteries for 12V conversions of tractors 1964 and prior. Group 22F and 500 CCA. Fits well in place of a Group 1 6V original.
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    Re: Oil in water - hydraulic?

    Disconnect the transmission cooler lines and loop them together. leave the lines to and from the radiator open. If coolant appears, replace the radiator. One cooling system flush probably didn't get...
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    Re: How's everyone doing with the SNOW

    I have a Blizzard 74 made by RAD (formerly Bervac) Similar to a Pronovost of the same size and of comparable quality. Hydraulic chute rotation and manual spout adjustment which I never move. I use it...
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    Re: Ford 1510 Temperature Guage question

    Based on the information provided below, the above would be incorrect if intended as an answer the question posed in post #6.



    However, temperature senders and sensors are always (or nearly so)...
  52. Re: Out of state Maine vehicle and trailer registration

    7000lb car hauler style NY tag is a little over $100.
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    I don't know. I sit on my tractor, there's the steering wheel. Right there in front of me, every time.
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    Re: Bobcat exhaust smells like fuel

    Probably related to low operating temperature. Start it and put it to work. if you aren't going to work it, don't start it.
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    Re: N H " hst " filter blows gasket on tc40da

    You will have to draw your own conclusions about NAPA filters. I sell New Holland filters so I can't be objective. It's pretty clear that the NH hydrostatic filter is superior. NH filters have...
  56. Re: Anyone with Road Maintenance/HOA power tripping neighbors?

    Murph, I think there is confusion about whether your original post referred to HOA's or Southerners. I am still unsure myself.
  57. Re: Out of state Maine vehicle and trailer registration

    How do you guys think it feels to have an ADDITIONAL amount tacked onto all motor vehicle registrations that goes directly to the Metropolitan (NYC) Transit Authority? It sucks, in case you didn't...
  58. Re: Out of state Maine vehicle and trailer registration

    Thinking that Maine loses money by processing registrations originating out-of-state regardless if done by State or private contract is simply absurd. Vehicle registrations are a revenue stream, and...
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    Re: N H " hst " filter blows gasket on tc40da

    Don't expect to find anything there. Check if you want, just go buy the OEM filter. SBA340501030.
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    Re: N H " hst " filter blows gasket on tc40da

    Used to be a big problem even with an OEM filter. The latest filter has been in production for 2-3 years and we have had zero problems.
  61. Re: Anyone with Road Maintenance/HOA power tripping neighbors?

    Not going right away. But we did buy a lot in Catawba County (NC) two years ago. Might end up building on it, might buy an existing house when the time comes. We are probably in the 3-5 year...
  62. Re: Anyone with Road Maintenance/HOA power tripping neighbors?

    I go one step further. I won't consider a property on a private road/common driveway, period. Instant deal breaker. And we are actively looking to relocate south.
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    Re: Life of Power Line Poles?

    The line going past my house still has a few original Chestnut poles from the 1920's. When we built our house 25 years ago, the utility company set a new pole rather than hang a transformer on one of...
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    Re: Chains: Front or back?

    42 HP Case 885 (David Brown). Not all flat, but not as steep as some, either. Plowed for years and years with a Deere 3020 and for a few with a 4030. I'd upgrade to a tractor with a factory cab and...
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    Re: Ford 3910 Clutch Replacement

    Our dealership routinely changes the freezeplugs at the rear of the block and head along with the rear main seal when doing clutch jobs. Freezeplugs can corrode from the inside so outer appearance...
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    Re: Chains: Front or back?

    I'm not doubting the advantages of MFD. But tractors have been around for over 100 years, and just within the last 25 or 30 has MFD become a 'necessity', or even commonplace. Most of the trouble TBN...
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    Re: Chains: Front or back?

    Gosh, reading all this makes me wonder how I ever plowed snow for the last 40+ years with a two wheel drive tractor. Rear chains only for me!
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    Re: Bush Hog What Year?

    There's only one turnoff, and I can't tell by the one photo for sure. If that cutter has a round shaped gearbox with a round sheetmetal cover on the rear held on by a wire style snap ring I'd pass....
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    Re: New Holland T4030 hydraulic pump question

    Give your dealer your serial number and ask him to run it and print the variante (build sheet) report. That will tell you which pump it has. If he won't do it or can't figure out how, PM me the...
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    Backhoe Re: Ford 555 backhoe transmission problem

    No worries. We will pass "the crown" along to somebody else soon enough.
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    8 GPM is more than enough. How much ya got? I have a customer running a MacMillen on the front of a NH TC35D; been doing it for years.
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    Well you aren't too likely to use the 4 in 1 and the PHD on the same loader at the same time.
  73. Re: Out of state Maine vehicle and trailer registration

    The flip side of that comment is you should be thankful for the revenue. Very thankful.
  74. Re: Landpride rotary cutter blade removal-- Need Help

    You need 1/2" or larger fittings & hose to get sufficient CFMto make a 3/4" impact effective. Most say 90psi but all work better with 125 or so.
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    Not including hydraulics? You mean hoses to go to the tractor remote valve? Or something else?
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    Backhoe Re: Ford 555 backhoe transmission problem

    'C' series intruduced electronic controls for the 4x4 PRT. All prior versions used completely mechanically controlled valving.

    Low voltage to the R solenoid with the solenoid connected or...
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    Really. I've looked for stuff in Kioti manuals for customers and in general they are pretty mediocre.
  78. Re: Out of state Maine vehicle and trailer registration

    Probably thousands of trailers from 18' to 53' running around NY with Maine plates.
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    Re: Dealing with pipes freezing?

    Not sure how your hot water heat system works, but that isn't a realistic option for my system. Would make for a hot house and cold boiler.
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    Re: 1993 Ford 1920 Engine Failure

    That's fine, it makes the world go round. We can let the OP pick his own path.
  81. Re: Landpride rotary cutter blade removal-- Need Help

    Heat them (red), let them cool, spin them off. Cutting is not necessary and will work, but makes an awful mess. Step 2 will be driving the bolts out of the blade bar. If the nuts are that bad,...
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    Gotta admit I'm surprised it is there.
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    You're not getting off that easy. Post the page number.
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    Maybe you could dig out your manual and post the page that explains why steering wheel drift is normal on a Kioti DK40 (yours).
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    Re: 1993 Ford 1920 Engine Failure

    Any additional damage is too much. There is no good reason to start that engine before tearing it down. That's what my experience has taught me. It's already breathing heavily from the vent tube....
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    Re: Steering wheel position

    Exactly. Anything with fully hydrostatic steering acts the same way. I've driven machines like this so much that a motor vehicle with the steering wheel off a little doesn't get my attention even...
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    Re: Dealing with pipes freezing?

    Nothing if it gets replaced before it causes a fire. I'd probably be using it if I were the OP.
  88. Re: Landpride rotary cutter blade removal-- Need Help

    The threads are right hand, comes off CCW as viewed from the top. Bush Hog makes a purpose built wrench that fits the nut and extends above the deck. It will accept a low-tech pipe wrench, 24" with a...
  89. Re: Need help on trusses 9' on center or 4' on center for pole barn

    If the snow and wind load ratings compare favorably, it doesn't matter. Pole barns are not 200 year structures no matter how much lumber is used.
  90. Re: Landpride rotary cutter blade removal-- Need Help

    The bolt diameter is 1-1/8" as the manual states. That's the shank diameter and that's how bolts are measured. The wrench size is 1-11/16" and the bolt is identical to the hardware Bush Hog has used...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota vs Landpride Tillers

    Kubota is in bed with Landpride. Are you considering two of the same machine with different branding?
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    Re: Watch Out for UPS Shipping Pricing

    Nothing new, but the standards are much tighter beginning Jan 1 2015. I ship UPS almost every day and the size audit adjustments are very much more frequent. In addition to the 5% base rate annual...
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    Re: When does it start to warm up were you live?

    Nowhere near soon enough.
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    Re: Ford 3500 industrial.....HELP

    My thought is that tractordata.com provides 3 types of information in roughly equal amounts:

    Correct
    Wrong
    Missing
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    Re: Ford 3500 industrial.....HELP

    Tractordata.com, garbage in, garbage out. There were literally thousands of 3000's and their derivatives (of which the 3500 is one) with 6 speed transmissions.
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    Re: Ford 3500 industrial.....HELP

    +1. There's a compression leak. A new plug wire ain't gonna cure that. Forget the new wire(s) and fix the leak.
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    Re: Ford 1510 Temperature Guage question

    Then both can read low. A bad idea. Temp sensors need to be in the coolant flow.
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    Re: JD 650 Flat Front Tire - Lug Nut Removal?

    7 is an indication of the hardness of the bolt, not the wrench size. It will be metric, but I'm not familiar with a 650 enough to tell you the size, maybe an owner will chime in...
    As for the slime,...
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    Chains Re: Chains on front tires only VS. rear only

    More a matter of chassis size than HP. Most brands make their own distinctions. I would call an L series Kubota a CUT and an M series Utility tractor. New Holland Boomers and Workmasters would be...
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    Chains Re: Chains on front tires only VS. rear only

    CUT is shorthand for Compact Utility Tractor.

    I'm a parts manger at a New Holland and Kioti dealership, so I sell original equipment parts for those brands and aftermarket parts for many brands.
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