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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Somebody save this thing...

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Billy NY

01-31-2014 12:21:42
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I was thinking the same thing, it does look like a 5U, late and or end of production with whats on it, thinking about this again, you could still buy a money pit for 3-5K, and be into it for 10K. There is a brass data tag on the side of the seat, which should correlate to an earlier model, maybe I am wrong but didn't they change to the aluminum tags, especially the later 5U or last series ?

That little tractor would be perfect at this place, skid logs on the opposite side of the ridge here or reach in to where logs are with little disturbance, tool bar would be great for tillage implements, subsoiling especially, in addition to the dozer blade. Small operator area for a large person, but still a very functional and useful tractor that would pay for itself if correctly represented per the ad.

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dpendzic

02-07-2014 11:14:43
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 Re: Somebody save this thing... in reply to Billy NY, 01-31-2014 12:21:42  
Billy--i would guess that it is an earlier U model as it has the thinner fenders with the rolled edge where the later ones had 3/8 inch thick plate fenders with no rolled edge.----OM ??



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