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Re: First Tractor Purchase - 8N - UPDATE!!!!

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02-14-2014 14:32:11

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I agree with trying before buying. New or used.

I listed this one on CL for $4500 this past fall.
Right after it started snowing.

25HP 4x4 diesel, power steering, loader, full set of front suitcase

weights, rear weights, 3pt hitch with draft control, diff lock, 4x2

manual transmission and an auxiliary trencher tranny, like new tires
all the way around, 500 and 1000 RPM live PTO, ROPS and canopy.

If I wore size 9 shoes I probably would have kept it, but I wear

size 12 boots. I had trouble getting on and off with all those levers
in the way, and didn't really have much room to work the pedals.

So even though it was newer and had more features, it wasn't
very usable for me. The guy that bought it sure loves it!

BTW, it's a 2007 that had 686 hours on the clock.

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02-15-2014 05:55:26

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 Re: First Tractor Purchase - 8N - UPDATE!!!! in reply to Royse, 02-14-2014 14:32:11  
so with my size 14's your saying this wouldnt have been a good choise? onthese smaller tractors how far will the bucket lift? im looking a loader tractor i can haul around, but it needs to clear 7 foot and still dump , my jd is just too much to haul all over it weighs between 9 and 10 thousand lbs

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