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Re: First Tractor Purchase - 8N - UPDATE!!!!
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While I am fond of side mount 8N's,
in my area all N's are badly overpriced.
nice ones are in the 2500-3500 range..
.......which I consider a bad joke.
That much money will buy a very nice 600-800
and even sniff around the later 'Blue' ones.
Like the other posters say, go to a modern tractor dealer too,
and check em out.
I put off buying a new tractor for a lot of years because of the price.
But, with 0 percent manufacturer loans, it's just 'forced savings'
and you get to have the tractor while you're 'saving' for it :)
I keep my old ones to work the dirt, and for something to work on,
but my loader equipped, HST, 4WD, 30hp diesel B7800 is a joy,
and is holding up well to the 100% heavy loader work I give it.
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