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Re: good news... better news?

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Tony in Mass.

04-05-2013 06:56:48

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Didn't make it to CL Dan, it was a relative of a friend who just decided to sell it the other day. I didn't want to delay, just pay the man sort of thing. I have a feeling they might have other cool stuff no one told me about- yet. As far as the one in Russel, it may just be worth it... to someone... but not me...
hey, I give up trying to sell a loader tractor without power steering, there aren't the muscles out there to deal with these anymore. That's why gringos hire illegals I guess? Just sell it as a plain 8N, if you were going to keep it, those aftermarket PS kits look worthwhile, but not to sell, I doubt anyway...

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04-05-2013 07:31:13

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 Re: good news... better news? in reply to Tony in Mass., 04-05-2013 06:56:48  
I really don't like the gearing of the 8N. I The only thing the 8N has over my TO30 is position control on the 3PTH. Other than that, I like the TO30 better......and my TO35 (standard) with Hi-Lo range is even better than the TO30. I do wish the 35 had live power and PS.

I plan to remove the "jungle gym" Wagner loader from the 35 so it will be easier to use. The 8N has new tires and rims in the back, so I suppose I will swap them out with the ones on the 35 before I try to sell it. I will also rewire the 8N and give it a cheap paint job. I had it on C-List last fall and didn't get much interest. So it might just end up parked on the lawn.

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