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They were on a ST newer Bolens that was upside down I had a cutter cut the bolts for me...

Scaled them and they weighed 101 pounds. So at .20c a pound you do the math. :D

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They were on a ST newer Bolens that was upside down I had a cutter cut the bolts for me...

Scaled them and they weighed 101 pounds. So at .20c a pound you do the math. :D

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Oh man, what a deal!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have 2 sets just like them, un-branded. One set came off a Cub Cadet, the other I ordered off ebay. One set was given to me, the other cost me about $75, and I thought $75 was a decent deal. This was a few years ago. Today $75 is a steal to your door.
 

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Excellent score. I was just at my local scrap yard and didn't run across anything I couldn't live without.... except that sears I seen...
 

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At that price you can't go wrong. Great score!
 
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Very nice deal. Congratulations.
 
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Ya dun good with that transaction.

Saved a nice pair of weights, and got a fantastic deal on them to boot.
 

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With a number of tractors, more weights in stock is great! Good save!

I have in the past made wheel weights using brake drums. :wave:

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