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3PT Scoop

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Dan Shu

01-10-2014 16:31:25
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Trying to recoup paying to much for a tractor. This is a well built works goos and trips good. What would be a good price foe sale on local Craigs list ? Thanks...As always I appreciate and value this forums opinions and knowledge.

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BMACK518N

01-12-2014 08:17:32
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Bought one myself last year at Cal-Ranch. Sure beats the shovel and wheelbarrow. Will use it a bunch this coming season, just wish I had about 3 more tractors so I didn't have to swap implements so often.



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NoNewParts

01-12-2014 05:54:10
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
for what they go for at auctions here, I'd keep it.

I've sold a bunch of them, always end up getting another.

very handy whether you have a loader or not.

indestructible carryall

good for dragging logs so they don't dig in

good counterweight when full...and easily emptied

I drilled and added a hitch ball to a junk one

to move trailers..too cheap to buy one of those 3-point

trailer hitch things.

I even use one to move rocks, so I can just throw big rocks

into it without having to dent up my pretty orange loader tractors

bucket....... :)

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Ken N Tx

01-13-2014 01:20:41
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to NoNewParts, 01-12-2014 05:54:10  
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Ditto.........



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dan shu

01-12-2014 16:52:40
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to NoNewParts, 01-12-2014 05:54:10  
Point well taken



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maxwell99

01-11-2014 10:16:51
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Dan,

you may want to keep it,
if your new to you tractor does not have a front end loader, these old scoop may be slow but if you stick with it you can move a lot of dirt.

also it appears you can hook front back with this one.

I have an old ford scoop and man o man I have moved a lot of dirt with it over the years.
some day I do want to own a tractor with front end loader, but that may never happen.

it not worth that much, just prop it up so water does not collect in the pan and keep for the future.

my advice,

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dan shu

01-12-2014 16:54:02
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to maxwell99, 01-11-2014 10:16:51  
Understood thanks.



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Ken N Tx

01-12-2014 04:18:25
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to maxwell99, 01-11-2014 10:16:51  
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Ditto.....I missed mine the week after I sold it!!!!



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Ultradog MN

01-11-2014 03:13:14
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Around here you could get $150 for that easy.
I would list it for $175 and let the buyer knock me down a few $.



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Dan Shu

01-10-2014 19:30:32
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Thanks guys...this is why I like this forum. Ill post a bush hog and 7' blade later...they came with a 9n qnd a 8n....that was supposed to have run in june....now im wondering what year ):



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Hobo,NC

01-10-2014 19:01:13
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Colin King, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
I think they go for around $350 now new... I would not take a penny less that $150 and would shoot for $200... I don't think it would ever be worth less that $100 even if it was well used...
Take that $100 and put it in the bank and see how long it takes to double.. :idea: It will make more money rusting away till the right guy comes along and in a shorter time...
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 19:02:44 01/10/14.

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TOM N MS

01-11-2014 05:26:32
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Hobo,NC, 01-10-2014 19:01:13  
You are right-you get Nothing at the bank for sure..



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Billybuck

01-10-2014 18:13:27
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
I'll give you $100 for it if you can drop it off in Trappe here on the Eastern Shore on your way to OC. I wouldn't need it before March/April. Email open.



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Dean

01-10-2014 18:12:54
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
It looks like a WAT scoop.

I picked up a new one at the factory about 15 years ago for around $150, IIRC.

It should bring that now if in good shape.

Dean



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Dan Shu

01-10-2014 17:20:16
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Thanks I'll try $100 on local CL.....Gears Im in Baltimore....pass on your offer (:



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Ken N Tx

01-11-2014 03:23:41
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 17:20:16  

Dan Shu said: (quoted from post at 21:20:16 01/10/14) Thanks I'll try $100 on local CL.....Gears Im in Baltimore....pass on your offer (:


Sold mine to the first caller for $100...

Note: Bought it in '98 at auction for $75.


This post was edited by Ken N Tx at 03:30:34 01/11/14 2 times.

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mbramble

01-10-2014 16:46:54
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
Bought mine (in NW FL in 2012) for $75 off Craigslist.....



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gears

01-10-2014 16:39:04
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 Re: 3PT Scoop in reply to Dan Shu, 01-10-2014 16:31:25  
I bought mine like that in NE Ohio at an auction for $125 and I was happy with the price - I see them on clist here for $150-$250

If you cover shipping I'll give you $25 for it ;)



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