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digger242j
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digger242j

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digger242j was last seen:
Apr 22, 2018 at 12:39 AM
    1. Bobcat Crazy
      Bobcat Crazy
      Hi Digger, As you can see I am a new member to the site and I think it is great. I have a s185 that I am rebuilding and trying to get going. I also have a Case (I think a 580) backhoe attachment (backhoe part only) that I would like to post for sale, but in that section it says that I don't have the privilege to do so. Can you tell me how that works or who to reach out to in order to find out? Thanks, B-Crazy
    2. toddjaeger
      toddjaeger
      Was wondering if you could tag some members for my post...really needing some help on pc50uu-2
      Ty
    3. asham
      asham
      WHAT IS WRONG?
    4. tool_king
      tool_king
      Hi digger
      I just wanted to let you know that I have two listings in the wanted/sale section that sold . The listing was one of the Wright 1 1/2 drive swivels and the 1 3/4 impact socket .
      thanks
      Ed
    5. Squizzy246B
      Squizzy246B
      Its Ok Digger...I'll be your friend even though nobody will be mine!
    6. Squizzy246B
      Squizzy246B
      Hey, whats this thingo? :)
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