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whats it worth

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Just 1 more

08-07-2012 08:16:30
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I have a "52 TO30 and need to part with it. It"s in decent condition, runs good, hydrolics work, PTO works
comes with 5" harrow disc & 5" bush hog runs great These are the things i"ve done to it over the past few years NEW Radiater NEW Starter NEW waterpump NEW fan NEW front tires NEW front wheel bearings NEW PTO Shaft bearings & seals NEW Over run clutch for the PTO Flush and fill the hydrolic fluids 3 times @ 6 gallons each time

Just trying to get a feel for what it"s worth,, thanks

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Bob (Aust)

08-09-2012 02:19:43
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
Michael. A TO30 probably would sell for $5,500 in Australia as a collectors item.
I think there are only three or four TO30s here, all privately imported and in private collections.

The equivalent here in age and power is the TEA20.

If you are thinking of an MF35, $5,500 sounds about the going price in Australia.

Bob
This post was edited by Bob (Aust) at 02:31:54 08/09/12.

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Michael QLD OZ

08-10-2012 18:27:32
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Bob (Aust), 08-09-2012 02:19:43  
The advert read TE20 30hp with 4ft slasher $5500.
I'm very keen to see if the sale went through or if it fell through.



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Charles in Aus.

08-09-2012 02:32:34
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Bob (Aust), 08-09-2012 02:19:43  
Probably a MF 30 from France sold for a short time before the 35 became incredibly popular ; universally despised here due to the lack of parts availability for the hydraulic system despite being a very good tractor. Perkins diesel , inboard brakes , lovely seat and a very good lift system when it is working .



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phil(va)

08-08-2012 19:47:15
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
Never start low; you can't raise it later. In my area tractor might be worth as much as $2000 if rears are very good. Equipment maybe another $500 total. So 2500 is good starting point. Bottom price for everything might be $2000.



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Michael QLD OZ

08-08-2012 16:52:54
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
A 30 sold here last week for $5500. But overhere everything seems to cost 3 times as much.



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tractor300

08-08-2012 15:20:51
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
In my area good 30's average around 1200. The 30's just don't seem to have the value of the 20's. A good 20 would sell for about 500+ more.



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fordtractorpro

08-08-2012 11:05:16
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
My area in ohio 800.00 for tractor brush hog 350.00 harrow 250.00 in good condition



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HillsOfTN

08-07-2012 12:20:39
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
Ballpark in my area would be about $2,000. That could increase if back tires are really good and bush hog is in good condition - both of those could push it to $2,500 or so.



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Trac

08-07-2012 12:02:08
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 Re: whats it worth in reply to Just 1 more, 08-07-2012 08:16:30  
Well not being able to see it i would think around 2500. it really depends on rear tires & paint The brush hog should bring a few hundred



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