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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: TD9 price guess?

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LOU from Wi.

11-02-2012 19:30:28

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Case Nutty, seeing as how all OLD CRAWLERS are money pits,(or so we read on the internet) we will give you $5.00 and you can haul it up here for free.LOL It is truly a nice looking machine,big enough to do most anything required for a dozer,yet small enough for a small farm or household property. Nice to see someone save em and giving them another chance. LOU

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11-04-2012 06:57:42

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 Re: TD9 price guess? in reply to LOU from Wi., 11-02-2012 19:30:28  

Check out this link for some tips.

This is the king of obsoletesí website. He hangs out on the repower website sometime. They have a good section on construction equipment and some very knowledgeable people on the old crawlers. Here is my TD6 that I built out of scraps of 2 junk machines. It is running working machine and is worth 2500 on a good day, it is getting harder and harder to find parts for because they are worth more as scrap then they are as a running machines. I guess people figure why put the effort into getting one going that has been sitting just to get the same money as what the scrap man will give you. It is worth more to me than what the market will pay for it. .

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