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Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF

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11-18-2012 13:15:00

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Ran great but they said it needs a clutch..Sold yesterday for $1500 on a farm sale in eastern Kansas..What would it cost to put a clutch in it?

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Tony in Mass.

11-19-2012 07:02:41

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 Re: Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-18-2012 13:15:00  
I wold bet the commission and transporting cost more that the cluch plates, labor not included. They could be a 3 day job, but looks nice, she's worth it.

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11-18-2012 15:09:53

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 Re: Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-18-2012 13:15:00  
Probably around $1000 for parts. Labor to split and reassemble, just a dry clutch. Would have wanted to run it though and make sure it wasn't a multi power problem. Either way if you can do the work it would be cheap HP.

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Robert major

11-19-2012 17:01:45

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 Re: Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF in reply to moresmoke, 11-18-2012 15:09:53  
Hi it would be cheap power till it spat the final drives and pto guts out under heavy work. Then it would be expensive scrap lol. Round us that,s a $2500 Tractor in fantastic condition, if you can get a buyer, They have got such a bad name round here the wreckers only buy them if they got good tires that fit something else as nobody wants motors and if they get wrecked the rear ends history anyway :-(.
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11-20-2012 05:07:20

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 Re: Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF in reply to Robert major, 11-19-2012 17:01:45  
They go for $4000-5000 in my area..If I had it,it would be a collector tractor and would never see any work again..

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Robert major

11-20-2012 16:16:31

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 Re: Guess I Should Have Bid On This 1155 MF in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-20-2012 05:07:20  
Hi Yes if that's what you wanted it for I would agree with you for that price if the fix was cheap. For work no way to many expensive problems waiting to happen. I rebuilt an 1135 tranny and rear end same as used in this but less power. Got a 5 gallon oil pail in the shop with over $3000 of new and used replacement cost scrap parts in it, plus about a week of my time doing it :-(.
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