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12-06-2001 22:10:21

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theres an ad in our want ads with Farmalls
first an H for $500 it runs good tires new piaint and decals and then theres a M with a 3 point and PS but its stuck its got good tires to.i'd like an M but is $800 too much?I love my A's to death but need more "RED POWER!!"

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12-07-2001 13:40:40

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
I love my M's but I agree....stuck engines can be a headache. If you've been using A's primarily, an H should have plenty of power for you. That M sounds like it's got good potential for being a parts tractor is all, unless a guy gets ahold of it and can get it going fairly cheap. If you don't buy that H, let me know and I will. Good luck.

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12-07-2001 13:26:34

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
Take the H, the M is too much money for a stuck tractor. In spite of the extras, you could end up with a big can of worms.

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12-07-2001 08:10:26

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
I just bought an M in the great condition for $1,000. Go for the H, the M's little brother.

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12-07-2001 08:05:53

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
Buy the H. Stuck engines can end up costing a fortune! If you look at some postings about a 450 diesel about a week ago, a guy bought one of those in perfect running condition and has spent a fortune on the engine anyways - found a cracked head, block, etc. It really depends on why the M is stuck, did it sit outside in the rain for 3 years? Did it spin a rod bearing or run out of oil?

In any case, buy a running tractor over a stuck one. My vote goes for the H.


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12-07-2001 05:23:26

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
$800 is too much for an M with a stuck engine. Like Red says, go with the H.

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12-07-2001 02:48:09

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 Re: $ question in reply to the_tractor_kid, 12-06-2001 22:10:21  
H is your best bet and a decent price with your description. The stuck M could cost you a lot of money to get running.

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12-07-2001 15:02:45

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 Re: Re: $ question in reply to The Red, 12-07-2001 02:48:09  
Got to agree with red on this one. Just priced all of the internals for an M, the H is your strongest link....

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