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Re: 730 LP

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Hugh McKinney

01-25-2013 08:22:55

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My uncle had one that now belongs to my brother, and it was identical, from the pic, to the one you are looking at. His would pull a light four-row John Deere disc (which we still have), and our cotton rows were on 40 inch centers, so a little over 13 feet wide. We also used it with a Servis "pasture mower" that was about 8 feet wide, with no problems whatsoever. As far as fuel, the stories about excess fuel consumption are mostly scare tactics in my opinion. By the time you allow for the far cheaper-than-diesel-or-gas price of bulk propane, you'd be foolish to pass up that cherry-looking 730 l.p. However, if you do, where exactly is it located, email me at ;)

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01-25-2013 12:07:49

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 Re: 730 LP in reply to Hugh McKinney, 01-25-2013 08:22:55  
What would you say a fair price on it should be

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Hugh McKinney

01-25-2013 15:26:50

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 Re: 730 LP in reply to Buck520, 01-25-2013 12:07:49  
Assuming it runs and the rear tires hold air, if it were mine I would ask 3500 for it and I wouldn't take less than 3000 unless I were extremely desparate. But I'm not the best person to ask because I don't own anything near that nice. I have a 70 L.P. that runs great but looks butt-ugly, and 70's don't command the kind of dollars that 730's do. But if you know him pretty well, just ask him what he thinks is a fair offer. If he turns you down, THEN call me and let me know where it is! Just kidding. Hugh

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