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JD trac bars. $80, michigan

brand new! the only part that i mounted was the bracket onto the leafs, but i never had any other part installed. pm me if you want them!
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Sold if he don't have them.......
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bump. i dont want to ship. local pick up only.
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well like i said if you ship them ill buy them right now
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well like i said if you ship them ill buy them right now
is there a way to find out shipping price without actually going to ups?
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Use their online calculator. I would use a flat-rate box from USPS for this though because of their weight.
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Use their online calculator. I would use a flat-rate box from USPS for this though because of their weight.
yes use a flat rate box that would prob be the cheapest route......and than tell me how much you need
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yes use a flat rate box that would prob be the cheapest route......and than tell me how much you need
ok will do
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The Flat Rate Boxes is not the cheapest way all the time.
Depending on the shape of the parts, like the long rods, a flat rate box might be too pricey.
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