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decent looking tractor.
price is ok for a few years ago, just a bit high in today's market.
like said, check the front end because of the previous loader.
I'd take a floor jack to gently jack under the front cradle
to see how much the front tilts as the weight comes off.
not a deal breaker, but negotiable.
Check the fuel shutoff for leaks on that model.
Also, on that model, take it for a drive up and down a hill
if possible to check the operation of the governor.
Changing a crank snout governor takes some time to GET to it.
also, because of the loader check the clutch, tranny, rear
for good operation, and strange noises on your test drive.
loader tractors get shifted a lot
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