Topic: Re: 2N Advise Needed
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all the tractors issues aside,
I agree with the others.
Since you have a 640 now, 5 minutes on that N and
you will regret buying it. (or actually hate it :) )
at the 1800 level, there ARE 600's-800's out there
if you look and are quick.
A NAA would be cheap and is basically the same as your 640,
but they do have a few minuses,
8N style rear hubs, a 'only fits NAA' hydraulic system to name a few,
but in good shape they are good tractors
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