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Re: Differences between Ford 6000 and 6000 Commander?
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Sean in PA
I assume that you're looking to put a value on it if he's trying to trade it in on a motorcycle. The value really depends on a lot of things, like what part of the country you're located in, the condition of the tractor, how new the tires are, etc.
In some parts of the country you can't give a 6000 away because folks have heard horror stories about the S-O-S transmissions, but in other areas they're in high demand
The tires alone, depending on condition, could easily swing the value $1000.00 one way or the other.
If you've got a reputable tractor dealer in your area, of any brand, you might want to work with them to help you get a value, and set up the trade-in so that you give the guy an amount for his trade-in that's equal to what the tractor dealer is willing to give you for it, or maybe a few bucks less if you're looking to make something off of the trade-in part of the deal.
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