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08-06-2014 19:48:58

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Different parts of the country again, but to me the 9N
would be worth more than the 8N.
Looks like someone didn't like to clean his cement mixer! :)

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08-06-2014 20:11:24

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 Re: 2 n's in reply to Royse, 08-06-2014 19:48:58  

This is the 2n we're going to get next weekend. Said it has $800 worth of new parts and he had some major health problems and cant finish it now...This one is a 3 hr drive for us though one way.

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08-06-2014 20:05:58

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 Re: 2 n's in reply to Royse, 08-06-2014 19:48:58  
ya I noticed that too but I do have the same mixer sitting back with the parts tractor so im not too worried about that. We're going Saturday morning with the trailer to look at them and hopefully take them home I guess. Hard to pass up being only 60 miles from home. Now I just need to stay off craigslist for a long time! If we take them it will bring the total to 1 9n, 5 8n's a jubilee and 1 2n, and a several parts tractors. and we're going the 16 to pick up a 2n with ferguson/Dearborn I forget which plow and cultivator for $1200.....Maybe I should quit my day job and just spend my days with tractors.

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Little Ed

08-09-2014 06:48:21

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 Re: 2 n's in reply to LisaK, 08-06-2014 20:05:58  
If you can keep getting them at those prices, you ought to become a tractor trader. Nobody around here wants to part with one for less than 2K.

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