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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Parting out Ford 800 TLB

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08-16-2013 02:42:56

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it always helps to list the location...

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Ed M

08-17-2013 17:11:48

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 Re: Parting out Ford 800 TLB in reply to Diydave, 08-16-2013 02:42:56  
I am in Troy ,NY. I had looked into at least finding some 24" rims for it ,but impossible.I did find some tires and rims for $700 but not really wanting to put any money into it.Thought about taking the front mounted pump off,the FEL and the bucket from the hoe and trying to sell those before scrapping it.

Is there much call out there for the 172 ci engines ?

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08-17-2013 18:14:42

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 Re: Parting out Ford 800 TLB in reply to Ed M, 08-17-2013 17:11:48  
If you're going to scrap it, there's a lot of parts people will buy. Hydraulic cylinders for one thing. They would be good for a log splitter or press, etc. The 172 engines were used in a lot of machines. Yes, the loader and hoe could be sold separate. You should try selling it as/is before letting it go for scrap. You might get a few thousand bucks the way it sits.

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