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    02-03-2010, 05:25 PM
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Which Miller and Yoder are you referring to? There are several Yoders I know in the carriage business in IA and MN. I've also had a Miller cart. Miller and Yoder together I'm not familiar with. I've also done business with several Yoders in IN.
     
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    02-06-2010, 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by wschutte    
Which Miller and Yoder are you referring to? There are several Yoders I know in the carriage business in IA and MN. I've also had a Miller cart. Miller and Yoder together I'm not familiar with. I've also done business with several Yoders in IN.
I don't think the op is even on here. I sent a private message and no responce. Miller is now in Ind also. They offer totally different carriages so I think it depends on what the op is looking for to offer advice.
     

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