Posted by dmiller on November 26, 2012 at 15:20:15 from (126.96.36.199):
Posting here since this is "using your tractor" related. I'm looking for economic/mgt. advice not brand loyalty. Currently have a wheatland 806 IH that I use for haying 80 acres (9ft hesston pull type swather, 336 deere baler) and small acreage wheat(about 20 at the moment hoping to expand). It has 13,600 hours on it, bad oil leak in rear main, loose steering, no 3pt (wheatland) and a cab. Rear tires have about 1 inch of tread left. Fairly decent for what I do with it.
The local Deere dealership has a 4010 open cab at the moment (5900 asking price). Haven't looked at it yet but assuming they have gone over it. Internet picture show fairly nice for an old work tractor. Tires look slightly better than what I have but comparable. The 806 is more tractor and has a cab but is very worn and has no 3pt. Around here probably worth about $3500 or less. When do you decide it is time to trade in or repair???
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