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Interesting.
 

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FYI... for those who use a real browser, don't forget... you must view this with IE and not Firefox. Made me switch to my work laptop to see what it was. However, it looks like they are only selling parts for the larger farm tractors. I did not read all 350+ pages, but I did not see anything "good" for the garden tractors. Did I miss something?
 

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I will have to check it out later when I have more time. Why do sites still insist on coding for IE? That drives me nuts that IE can't adhere to any of the other standards that the other browsers follow.
 

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FirefyterEmt said:
FYI... for those who use a real browser, don't forget... you must view this with IE and not Firefox. Made me switch to my work laptop to see what it was. However, it looks like they are only selling parts for the larger farm tractors. I did not read all 350+ pages, but I did not see anything "good" for the garden tractors. Did I miss something?
Google Chrome browser works even better..... (not sure how accurate the statement was, but I heard that Chrome is very secure, also.)
 

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FirefyterEmt said:
FYI... for those who use a real browser, don't forget... you must view this with IE and not Firefox. Made me switch to my work laptop to see what it was. However, it looks like they are only selling parts for the larger farm tractors. I did not read all 350+ pages, but I did not see anything "good" for the garden tractors. Did I miss something?
That's the case for the regular Agco parts online, but I got to this line of parts right here with Firefox. It takes you to a pdf after the initial page, but the intial page did load on Firefox!
 

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olcowhand said:
That's the case for the regular Agco parts online, but I got to this line of parts right here with Firefox. It takes you to a pdf after the initial page, but the intial page did load on Firefox!
The same thing for me to.
 

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That is strange, I tried it three time before I remembered that I can not access the AGCO pages with Firefox and loaded it with IE on my laptop.
 

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NUTNDUN said:
I will have to check it out later when I have more time. Why do sites still insist on coding for IE? That drives me nuts that IE can't adhere to any of the other standards that the other browsers follow.
And you have to pay for it as well. Maybe indirectly but you need a copy of windows to run it.
 
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