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I know the wrong place for this but

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ShepFL

04-03-2012 12:57:32




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this area gets more notice than the Want Ads.

I think his price is high but I have never seen Dsl WD. Sharing for others to look at etc.

I have no ties to any of this just passing along what I thought was interesting. Rig is about 30 miles from the house so I can go look at if anyone needs.

http://lakecity.craigslist.org/grd/2902631539.html

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John (C-IL)

04-04-2012 07:35:19




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to ShepFL, 04-03-2012 12:57:32  
If it runs as good as it looks in the pictures that price is in line with what I have seen others sell for. I just sold mine for considerably less than that and it would have taken the difference to get it in the condition that that one is in.



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Brian G. NY

04-04-2012 07:08:05




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to ShepFL, 04-03-2012 12:57:32  
The serial number confirms that it is a '55.
Altho the engines can be trouble prone and very expensive to fix, these tractors are quite collectible.
The diesel WD-45s did have the Buda 6 cyl. engine
which accounts for the radiator having to be set further forward than on the 4 cyl. gas versions.
Looks nice and if the engine is in very good running order, the price may not be that far out of line. Altho the power is on a par with the gas version, fuel consumption on the diesel is significantly better.

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wd45man

04-03-2012 18:08:16




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to ShepFL, 04-03-2012 12:57:32  
no place did I see any thing that said WD diesel. The add said WD45 Diesel.I have a narrow front wd45 diesel.



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Leroy

04-03-2012 15:51:23




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to ShepFL, 04-03-2012 12:57:32  
Big difference between WD that was gas only or WD45 that was either



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hd6gtom

04-03-2012 13:22:07




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to ShepFL, 04-03-2012 12:57:32  
That looks like a WD45 diesel. The price is not out of line, if it looks as good as the pictures.



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BushogPapa

04-03-2012 17:10:01




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to hd6gtom, 04-03-2012 13:22:07  
Anyone from that era would shy away from the Diesel version immediately...they had a rep for cracking the head..

Looks nice, if that is all you are selling it for...(Looks)..

Ron..



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Keith Molden

04-04-2012 02:27:22




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to BushogPapa, 04-03-2012 17:10:01  
I notice the add says 6 cyl. I didn't know WD45s came out with a 6 cyl. Keith



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rustyfarmall

04-04-2012 05:51:48




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to Keith Molden, 04-04-2012 02:27:22  
I believe the diesel version was a 6 cylinder.



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BushogPapa

04-04-2012 07:29:08




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 Re: I know the wrong place for this but in reply to Keith Molden, 04-04-2012 02:27:22  
Hummm...!!!!!! We stayed away from the Diesel version, but it seems to me they were 6 Cylinder...???? I do not re,e,ber ever seeing the Radiator set to the Front of the Pedestal, like that one is..

Ron.



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