I remember looking at that one on machinerytrader and being curious as to how they rigged up the power circle. I had one of the rams repaired on mine at a hydraulics shop because it was leaking. It cost me $500 because they re-chromed the rod. Unfortunately they didn't call me first to ask about re-chroming the rod or would have just had them replace the seals. I can buy a lot of hydraulic fluid for $500. I notice that that one has the optional leaning front axle and the optional scarifier. There were several more options available to these graders and if it had all the options on it and it was in great condition it might warrant near the asking price but in my opinion $5-6000 is tops. It also appears as if there has been some reinforcing carried out on the pipe frame. Most D graders that I have seen have had some repair work done on the pipe frame. I think that is why they went to the box frame later.
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