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    REALLY NEED SOME HELP!! Looking into getting 2018 2025 SCUT hauled

    Hi all!!
    Found a deal on a JD 2025R, with belly mower and loader. Just inside Missouri line to NE PA. 1,007 miles door to door. I need to find a way to make this work, so I can purchase it. My job is just too busy this time of year to go get it myself, or I would be on my way now.

    Please help.
    Thanks Allen.
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    I suggest you click on the forum 'button' above and then scroll down to the last entry . . . the "Hauling Forum".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlin View Post
    I suggest you click on the forum 'button' above and then scroll down to the last entry . . . the "Hauling Forum".
    Is this not where it belongs?? Haven't seen a "Hauler" respond here in years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasper04 View Post
    Is this not where it belongs?? Haven't seen a "Hauler" respond here in years.
    It looks like it is in the hauling forum to me.
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    If you cannot haul it yourself, a hotshot hauler is probably the best bet. That said, paying for hauling will probably make it not such a good deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray_PA View Post
    ...That said, paying for hauling will probably make it not such a good deal.
    True.
    As an example I paid $1000 to have my 3720 hauled here from Western Illinois, I had known that going in so it was factored into my "good deal".
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    Try Uship.com they (haulers) will bid for the job.
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    It might already be too late, but I would contact a moderator and ask them to remove your email address. This being a public forum means anyone can see it. Spammers will be coming for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    True.
    As an example I paid $1000 to have my 3720 hauled here from Western Illinois, I had known that going in so it was factored into my "good deal".
    If I could get in that ballpark plus some more, I'd be tickled to death. MCUT is 1,007 miles from house, all major hwys. If not I just might have to go get it myself. Just too good of a deal. 2018 with just 15 hrs, and exactly what I want to the T. Just hoping to find someone with a light load headed to around NE PA.

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