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Farmall & IHC Tractors Discussion Forum
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bare bones 300 value

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herk

04-20-2017 10:20:39




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Hello I have friend that is having me list some equipment for him on C L ,( st cloud MN ) He has 300 with new rear rubber , narrow front, but NO TA , No hydraulics, and No live pto , basically a H is this thing worth more without these features or is it valued as a H would be ??? Thanks Bryan




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PretendFarmer

04-21-2017 11:44:51




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
Maybe the original owner bought it strictly for PTO work. No real need for live PTO for something the tractor is just going to sit parked somewhere.

This tractor would be a prefect candidate for a puller. All the stuff the buyer would remove for pulling is already gone and you don't have to feel bad by removing it.



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DR. EVIL

04-21-2017 08:11:03




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
Farmall 300, horseshoe drawbar with swinging drawbar, transmission driven PTO, no live PTO, no hydraulics, no 1-2-3 levers on right side of dash, no TA, new rear tires, if sheet metal and paint is poor, dents, rusty, missing pieces, figure $1100-$1250. If paint is good, some shine, no dents, $1500. The lack of hydraulics really hurts it. Can't install a loader or 3-pt or even an IH Fast Hitch. Only the engine driven live pump was able to be used, belly pump wouldn't fit in the 300 clutch housing. I checked my parts book, only engine driven pump shown.

The no TA and no live PTO I find no problem. Just newer more streamlined version of my Stage II Super H that we used every day on the farm, unloading feed, grinding feed, running elevators, bush-hogging hundreds of acres per year. The no Lift-All or Hydro-Touch is a problem. Lots of the stuff we did then and about the only thing I use it for now needs hydraulics.

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WayneLee

04-20-2017 12:58:27




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
I will say $1000 to 1150. I wouldn't want it unless it was very cheap.



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herk

04-20-2017 10:37:46




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
Hello it has pto, it is not live ,



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FastFarmall

04-20-2017 11:27:46




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:37:46  
Ok, I got it.



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FastFarmall

04-20-2017 10:28:18




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
Wow, that poor thing got cheated at the factory, not to be mean, but that's not as good as a H, you cant even use it on the grain auger or put a woods mower on it.



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BarnyardEngineering

04-20-2017 10:27:54




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 Re: bare bones 300 value in reply to herk, 04-20-2017 10:20:39  
You can always start high and come down if it doesn't sell.

While the tractor is technically "rare" it is not a desirable model, so lacking the features will make it worth less than a 300 with all those features. Good tires go a long way towards making a tractor more valuable these days, though.



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