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"The tractor pull"

shipping from Clarksville, Tennessee Ridgefield, Connecticut for $550.00

Clarksville, Tennessee
Ridgefield, Connecticut
991 mi.

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I had been looking for a Kubota tractor for several months and was looking at both new and used machines. When I found this tractor on ebay it looked like it was just what I wanted - a like-new machine that was much more affordable than brand new. Unfortunately it lived in Tennessee and I live in Connecticut. I had only been looking within 150 miles of my home for fairly obvious reasons but expanded my range because I wasn't finding much. I didn't think it was feasible to consider buying this tractor until I discovered uShip. Because the tractor came with it's own trailer, I wondered if there was someone out there who could just pull it here. I know that there's more to it than that but I got curious about what it might cost. Somewhat on a whim, I listed the auction on uShip before I had even bid on it on ebay. Much to my surprise, questions and bids started coming in almost immediately, and there were some very reasonable bids on this job. I got even more interested in this tractor and spoke extensively with the seller who was incredibly helpful. Unfortunately, I got stuck in a snowstorm and missed the end of the auction so I didn't win. When the winning bidder backed out the seller contacted me and we got the deal done with a "buy it now" auction. That's where CMYSHO came in. Rick was great to work with and did the tractor pull as promised. He was easy to reach and was great about updating us during the haul. I know he is just getting started on uShip but he knew what he was doing. He was very honest and was very careful with my cargo. He does work closely with Kirk of COMADVAN so the Tenessee to New England trip is right up his alley. I would not hesitate to recommend him. Thanks Rick and thanks to uShip. Jon

- Jonathan K.
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