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I have an old Jacobsen (Pug) with a HAXCO rear end that I need some parts for. Does anyone have any ideas where I can locate any?  The Holtan Axel and Transmission Company went out of business a long time ago. The model I have is 116485 with a serial number R6785. Any help would be greatly apperciated. Thanks

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