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Value of DUAL 325 Loader

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12-28-2006 18:11:26

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Got in a tractor today that was the best to buy with the loader but really don't want to keep it, but rather sell it to lower the cost input of the tractor. It is a 325 model Dual loader with 5' bucket and no welds or bends and has double cylinders on bucket as well. Currently mounted on 450 Farmall with its own pto pump and lines. Any ideas on the value of this thing. Thanks Migraine

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Tom R Ne

12-29-2006 08:32:18

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 Re: Value of DUAL 325 Loader in reply to migraine, 12-28-2006 18:11:26  
About 7 years ago I bought a 325 that was mounted on a W6 for $500 from a neighbor.

As a part of the deal I had to remove the loader and front mounted pump from the W6, which was not running.

I pulled it into my shop removed the loader, rewired the switch and primary wiring & put new points and condenser so the W6 would drive out of my shop and drive home.

I then had to shorten the pedestal the valves was mounted on and fabricate new axle mounts for the loader to fit on a 450. Along with that I had to put some new hoses on the loader and repack the lift cylinders.

Based on what I had in that one I think Allan and Gary are correct, it is in good working order (so that the buyer doesn’t have to start replacing hoses and rebuilding cylinders) and the PTO pump is included then it should be worth $750 - $800 to someone that has a use for it.

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Allan in NE

12-29-2006 03:10:09

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 Re: Value of DUAL 325 Loader in reply to migraine, 12-28-2006 18:11:26  
I sold a 320 with a 4-tooth grapple for $800. Good old loader, just needed the pins tightened up a bit.


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12-29-2006 05:18:47

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 Re: Value of DUAL 325 Loader in reply to Allan in NE, 12-29-2006 03:10:09  
Mornin migraine

When I bought that 300 it had a simular loader on it and I sold it for $750.

So I think Allan's in the ballpark also.


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