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    NEED HAULED, Plymouth, wisconsin to Middletown, nj

    I need a 1964 wheel horse B 60 tractor picked up. It has no cutting deck with it.
    Its small, no pallet, not boxed or crated, assembled and rolls freely. Shoot me a email or response on this thread.

    Ty,,,,,,,and a BIG THANK YOU to all our veterans and service personnel.

    Glenn
    Last edited by jerseyhawg; 11-26-2013 at 02:15 PM.

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    Lightbulb It would help

    It would help ...

    If you listed an approximate footprint (length x width x height) along with the weight
    Depending on the weight - you might want to arrange for loading/unloading by equipment
    Also - whether you want open or enclosed hauling
    Include - pick up and drop off zip codes


    Jim
    On the road again ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnDaRoadAgain View Post
    It would help ...

    If you listed an approximate footprint (length x width x height) along with the weight
    Depending on the weight - you might want to arrange for loading/unloading by equipment
    Also - whether you want open or enclosed hauling
    Include - pick up and drop off zip codes


    Jim
    Jim,,,,,53073 is pickup,,,,07748 is drop off. Enclosed trailer. Approximate footprint 3 foot high,,3 foot wide,,,,5 foot,,,front to back. Roughly 250 pounds,,,,,,,its a 1964;wheel horse tractor, " lawnmower ",,,,small one,,,,,one man could roll it up your drop down ramp. Thanks for the input, I really didn't know,

    Glenn.

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    Jim, can you price this? Seems your going close by. If not I can wait.

    Ty, Glenn

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    Lightbulb Not sure Where i am headed to next

    Quote Originally Posted by jerseyhawg View Post
    Jim, can you price this? Seems your going close by. If not I can wait.

    Ty, Glenn
    Glenn,

    I replied to your PM.

    I am not sure where I am headed to next after Fargo, ND.

    If I happen to be going that way I will let you know.


    Jim
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