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Re: 4420 jd

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11-12-2012 05:52:08

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It is not a bad price if the machine is in real good shape. The JD 454 head is worth scrap price. I just saw one sell Sat. that looked like new and it brought $250. The JD 444 will bring $1500-2000 if it is real nice. The JD 213 will bring $750-1000. So that makes the head worth maybe $2500-3000 of the total price. So the bare combine would be in the $5000-6000. Which it would do easily if it is in good shape.

They are a nice small machine. They will handle the 4 row head well if you have fairly flat ground.

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11-12-2012 19:48:32

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 Re: 4420 jd in reply to JD Seller, 11-12-2012 05:52:08  
Isn't that something how those all crop heads have devalued, and maybe I am just getting old. I can remember in the early 90's of worn out 4 row all crop heads on dealer lots with a 5,000 dollar price on them. No more sunflowers and flex heads really did them in. We still have five of them, all in usable condition, used them on beans, flowers and corn, simple design and we never did do much work on any of them.

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