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Re: JD manure spreader $$ ?

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03-18-2014 19:39:00

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No, around here even the small ground drive ones can go stupid high. Every body around here with 1 horse and an 8n needs a spreader, even if they don't have a place to haul it. In good shape, I'd expect that spreader to go around $1000, maybe even more.

Here's a few links to show you what I mean...

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This post was edited by Don-Wi at 19:44:14 03/18/14 2 times.

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03-19-2014 06:30:01

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 Re: JD manure spreader $$ ? in reply to Don-Wi, 03-18-2014 19:39:00  
4 wheel spreader in first picture is a New Idea 10 or 10A. I have one setting here now to rebuild for an Amish friend.

Second picture is McCormick No. 200

Third picture is of later style 95 Bu. John Deere Model R due to single lever operation.

Fourth picture Is a New Idea No. 12 or 12A also about 95 Bu. The difference in with the A or without the A is the type of bearings, roller is earlier type and brass sleeve is later type.

And the Amish are pulling the 2 wheel tractor spreaders behind fore carts as they cannot find the 4 wheel spreaders anymore. I need to get the 6 of the 4 wheeler ones I have setting here rebuilt, just not enough time.

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03-19-2014 03:43:02

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 Re: JD manure spreader $$ ? in reply to Don-Wi, 03-18-2014 19:39:00  
I agree with your appraisal. A number of years ago there was a nice looking Deere H spreader at a local auction that I was kind of interested in. Only when the bidding exceeded $1000 did it slow down enough to allow the auctioneer to keep up (and he's a very good auctioneer!). I never even had a chance to bid - the few hundred bucks I had in my head was obviously way low.

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03-18-2014 20:01:32

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 Re: JD manure spreader $$ ? in reply to Don-Wi, 03-18-2014 19:39:00  
thx don. I thought your original post was only refering to 250 or more bushels which is about 2 times as big as I'm looking at. Your last post gives me alot better idea.

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