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Need tractor parts

I had something in my garage fall on my nelson tractor sprinkler and it cracked the fitting that the arms go into. where do I get the part??

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I found this Nelson website to be the best. Good luck! http://www.lrnelson.com/products/files/1865_2001C.pdf

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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