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mike w (ny)

11-20-2009 07:54:07




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gonna go look at a wd-45 gas w/f and loader 2nite my friend sent me a pic of it looks like has new rubber on back tin work ok.. needs paint... has new points and plugs and a loader... thats bout all i know.. think he wants 2,000.00 think thats too much??? thought maybe putting the loader on my d-17 looks in better shape than mine.. and maybe the tires if they were same size.. what you guys think 1,500.00 a resonable offer??? thanks

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Ralphwd45

11-22-2009 19:45:05




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 Re: wd-45 in reply to mike w (ny), 11-20-2009 07:54:07  
Hey Guy , put 500 lbs in the bucket, and see if you can live with the hard steering, before buying a wfe WD45, with loader. My arms just arent up to the abuse, that the loader puts on them, with my WD45. With power steering, maybe it would be a different story.



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mike w (ny)

11-20-2009 10:02:02




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 Re: wd-45 in reply to mike w (ny), 11-20-2009 07:54:07  
was realy looking for a g but kinda stumbled onto this one



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mike w (ny)

11-20-2009 09:53:38




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 Re: wd-45 in reply to mike w (ny), 11-20-2009 07:54:07  
yeah its got a real bucket not like my trip d-17 s bucket thats why i thiught i would put it on the d-17... this is all from a camera phone pic and what my friend has told me.. it could even be a plain wd.. it would need work but not terrible.. looks like the batt box is gone and bat in on the step



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Vito

11-20-2009 09:16:00




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 Re: wd-45 in reply to mike w (ny), 11-20-2009 07:54:07  
Probably his asking price is fair if it is all there and runs properly.You can always make a offer,which I would, the worst he can say is no.

Vito



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BDT in Minnesota

11-20-2009 08:16:09




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 Re: wd-45 in reply to mike w (ny), 11-20-2009 07:54:07  
Can't tell without a close look at the tractor.. If the tractor has the four bolt plate on the front end and power steering, It would be worth more to me... As far as the loader, that is a wide open field. I have seen fully hydroulic loaders with a pto pump on a WD45 before.. That would be worth a lot more than an old Freeman trip-bucket loader.. Check it out and drive it..



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