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190xt vs. 210 Landhandler vs. D21

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jmandrze

08-31-2013 05:51:47




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Hanging out at a buddies place last night when one of his neighbors stops by, we ended up in his barn and low and behold he has several tractors sitting in the back and covered in random barn junk. A 190xt diesel wide front open station, 210 Landhandler diesel cab duals full front weights, D21 diesel cab full front weights, that is all the details I was able to pick up last night. I asked if he was interested in selling, he said stop by next week and we can talk. I don't know jack about any of these tractors. What are some of the positives and negatives on these tractors and if all is equal which one would you take?
Jason

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iddakota

08-31-2013 17:05:30




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 Re: 190xt vs. 210 Landhandler vs. D21 in reply to jmandrze, 08-31-2013 05:51:47  
I would agree the D-21 would probably be the most desirable of the three. My pick would be the 210, since I like them and they are somewhat hard to find. The 190 XT is pretty common and there are still people who use them daily. A nice group to find for sure.



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180Doug

08-31-2013 13:14:17




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 Re: 190xt vs. 210 Landhandler vs. D21 in reply to jmandrze, 08-31-2013 05:51:47  
Wow , the D21 + 210 are getting to be high dollar deals , the XT not so much , but the 21 is one to go after first even rough they bring close to 10,000;and good condition close to 15,000 the 210 at average condition any where from 6-10 , XT = 4500-6000, im totally interested if they would all be for sale , or what evers left when your done , I need a 210 !!! Got the other two
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