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Re: oliver 1800

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J. Schwiebert

12-12-2012 17:37:39

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I think a 310 would be a better choice then expand it.

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oliver 1800

12-13-2012 16:36:24

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 Re: oliver 1800 in reply to J. Schwiebert, 12-12-2012 17:37:39  
i know an 1800 is not the best choice of tractors. im just trying to work with what i have and i can understand why the 310 could be a better choice. If i could get the tractor to 6000 lbs it could be worth doing, but i dont think i can get it that light. And yes a cummins would be alot of fun!

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12-13-2012 16:44:03

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 Re: oliver 1800 in reply to oliver 1800, 12-13-2012 16:36:24  
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Working with what you have is nice, but you still have to think of where you want to get to and what the total bill will be. Sometimes you just have to say well, I need to cut back on the bucks a little and take a different route. Then you can still have some left to spend on the wife or girl friend LOL.

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