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Disc prices in your area?

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Fullers Farmalls

12-26-2012 21:26:46




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Im looking for an older disc in half decent shape. IH preferred and around 8-10 feet wide. I can't find one for under $2000. This is in SW PA. Anyone else see them this high? Im thinking of driving to the midwest just to get a good deal.




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Leroy

12-29-2012 18:30:49




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
A 6-7 or 8 blade McCormick In a No. 37 or a Keawanee in same size is a highly desired disk for the Amish to pull with horses as they both pull relitavile easy and are easier to turn with than some others. A good rebuilt Keawanee in a 7 blade size could go for in range of $1,200, McCormick probably about the same. Just in the thinking stage about getting some of the Keawanee for rebuilding for the Amish.

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VicS

12-29-2012 17:13:17




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
Good used tools are always high! I bought a 47 IHC? for $600. It is 15 ft wide and has dual wheels. The frame is straight and the leveling screw was free. The blades were worn completely out. I put new 20 inch blades and all the bearings in it. I think I have $1800 in it. But it is the same as new, except for the paint. All disks look the same, but a IHC is better. Can't figure it out, they just are. Vic

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longmeadow farm

12-29-2012 13:38:57




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
This question arises rather often. What to pay for a disk??? Depends on what you want it for. If yiou are an actual farmer, then you would want to pay 2500 and up for a good primary tillage tool-disk.. depending on width. If you just want to pull a disk over a few acres, waisting fuel then I suppose something in the order of a 100 or two will suffice. Again, what do you want to do with it???? and for what purposes???? waste fuel, play around or get something done...

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Daynee

12-29-2012 08:16:52




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  

Find the retired farmers in your area were the farm equipment is half-sunken into the soil and trust me you will get a great deal.

10 foot JD dubble disk for $30, The guy was happy to see it go to use and not to the scrapers.



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Tim(nj)

12-29-2012 21:10:53




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Daynee, 12-29-2012 08:16:52  
That was a acore. Every useable disk like that around here made the trip west to the Lancaster County Amish machinery jockies decades ago.



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MF Poor

12-29-2012 07:10:39




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
I found a VERY nice IH #350 10'er a couple weeks ago for $650. It's a relatively light disc, but they do a nice job.

Disc's don't bring much here anymore. No till has devalued just about every tillage tool.



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Tx Jim

12-29-2012 04:42:57




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Lemberton, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
There's a 12' in the YT photo ads that's cheap enough @ $250. 765-427-3441



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Paul swPa

12-28-2012 21:49:47




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
Fuller, I'm in Westmoreland county (Pa), a neighbor had a disc for sale a while ago with no takers. I could check with him for you, see if he still has it and what make it is. I don't remember for sure, but he has been using a J.D. disc lately - seems to do a decent job.
Him and his son used to go to the auctions at London and Rodgers, OH a good bit getting a few pieces of equipment for others or to fix up and sell.

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Fuller Farmalls

12-29-2012 05:19:45




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Paul swPa, 12-28-2012 21:49:47  
I'm in Westmoreland county too. If you wouldn't mind checking with him to see what he wants for it.



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Paul swPa

01-02-2013 22:56:36




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fuller Farmalls, 12-29-2012 05:19:45  
Fuller, I got a hold of the guy this evening. He doesn't want to sell either of his discs :( Sorry to get your hopes up earlier.

I suppose you have already tried the yearly auction at Somerset?



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Paul swPa

12-31-2012 10:40:32




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fuller Farmalls, 12-29-2012 05:19:45  
Will do Fuller. Might be a little while getting back to you - seems the flu bug got me and doesn't want to let go. What a way to start a new year!!



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randy hall

12-28-2012 17:19:12




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
i have a ih wheel disc in ohio that i would take $500 for. the blades are worn quite a bit but the rest is ok.
This post was edited by randy hall at 17:19:43 12/28/12.



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Leroy

12-28-2012 06:07:47




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
An adjustable angle IHC sells for twice what a non adjustable JD will sell for



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Deere Scotty

12-27-2012 19:18:59




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
IH is considered one of the best. Better be prepared to generally pay more money.



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charlie n

12-27-2012 15:59:23




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
I got $500 for a Burch 7' 3 point last February and it was beyond worn out.



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Mike (WA)

12-27-2012 15:04:47




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
I've got a nice 10' JD w/ hydraulic lift that I'd love to sell for 1,000, but you're 3000 miles away, so that's probably not going to happen.

If you do find one, most are less than 8 feet front to back, so you can take the tongue off and haul it crossways on a flatbed truck or trailer.



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M Nut

12-27-2012 09:19:59




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
I've seen quite a few 10ft sell for around $500. An 8ft with transport will often bring closer to $1,000 as a lot of the suburban farmers want those to pull with their compact utility tractors. These prices are in MN.



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GordoSD

12-27-2012 08:03:51




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
I have a 14 ft JD tandem I bought 10 years ago at auction for 550. An another 14 ft, an Allis I bought from a neighbor for 200. He said he wanted 100 when I asked him if he would sell it to me. I said I wouldn't pay 100. He asked what would you pay, and I gave him the 200. It's worth more than that!



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RodInNS

12-27-2012 06:31:37




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
That seems high by twice....
Can you find one that IS beat to a snot, needs blades and bearings.... and rebuild it? If I had to have 2Kin a disc I'd sooner buy a 500 buck one and put 1500 into it along with a day's work. Just MAKE SURE the IH 39 has a good frame if you're going to do that.
Transporting one is also not a lot of fun. Most of those old things had pretty sloppy hitches that don't want to tow at more than 10 mph. You can chain the tounge tight to the frame corner... but still need to be carefull. Freighting is a pain because they're overwidth... Best to buy local if possible.

Rod

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1031D

12-26-2012 21:50:06




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
Out here they're a roller coaster too, all of the ones I looked at last year were beat to heck and over priced!



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Tim(nj)

12-26-2012 21:37:53




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 Re: Disc prices in your area? in reply to Fullers Farmalls, 12-26-2012 21:26:46  
The farther east you go the higher they are.



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