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Re: Differences between Ford 6000 and 6000 Commander?

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03-06-2013 10:34:23

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Also, could someone tell me if the tires are the right size that they may have value? I might be able to sell the rear wheels and scrap the thing out and still put the deal together.

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03-06-2013 13:22:01

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 Re: Differences between Ford 6000 and 6000 Commander? in reply to Yamaben, 03-06-2013 10:34:23  
I've never seen any 6000, Commander or otherwise, with anything but 34" or 38" rear rubber. 15.5x38 seems to be most common, but I've also seen 18.4x34, 16.9x38 and 18.4x38. Fronts are most likely 7.50x16 or 7.50x18. All common sizes. If he's got over $10k in it, you should be able to get more for it than what the tires are worth + scrap value...though not a lot more. I'd at least advertise it whole, first.

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03-06-2013 11:38:13

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 Re: Differences between Ford 6000 and 6000 Commander? in reply to Yamaben, 03-06-2013 10:34:23  
"I might be able to sell the rear wheels and scrap the thing out and still put the deal together."

I think you are on the right track here.
The tires should most likely be 30" or 38".
They would sell readily as a lot of brands and models used them - especially the 38s
I have never owned one of those 6000s or Commanders but from reading these boards for 10 years I can tell you I wouldn't give you much of a trade for one. Like if it has new tires in the rear maybe a couple grand is all.
If a guy knew those tranctors and the trannies in them he could keep himself in cheap horsepower for a long time.
But for a guy who is looking to make a buck off of one I'd say they are mostly a losing proposition.

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