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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: Help - D5 value question

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08-06-2012 18:33:29
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Bought a 88 D5 B 50 % bottom rops, sweeps and good blade. Middle Tenn ..two weeks ago $ 12,500
The market for thirty year old crawlers with STREIGHT blade is weak.. Everone wants 6 way blade.




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ACEd

08-06-2012 18:59:31
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 Re: Help - D5 value question in reply to jm., 08-06-2012 18:33:29  
I just looked at Machinery Trader some D5 (not D5B) advertised as low as $8200, several in the 10,000-11,000-12,000 range 3 or 4 at 14-16k and some in the 20k range. Mostly 1967-73 models.

Any weak areas or distinctions by year that would make one model more desirable?

It seems like $20k would be way high and maybe 8200 too low - without seeing it and knowing history. I'm thinking $10-12k?

Anyone else want to chime in?

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Old Magnet

08-07-2012 07:56:27
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 Re: Help - D5 value question in reply to ACEd, 08-06-2012 18:59:31  
The D5's are pretty good tractors....sort of a carry on of the D6 "U" series.
For myself I'd look for the models with the 3306 engine that came about between 71 & 73 depending on model. Nothing really wrong with the D333c's either.
Check the final drives & final drive cases closely. These are single reduction drives and if abused this is where it can show up.



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