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D-19 good or not?

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Scott

02-06-2002 19:32:06




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I'm looking at a D-19 with 3-point and full hydrolic loader. Runs good, looks average - it has been used but not abused. Does $2500 sound reasonable? or is this a model I should avoid.




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GOOD!

02-07-2002 20:35:34




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 Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to Scott, 02-06-2002 19:32:06  
Very good and reliable.



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Glenn(WV)

02-07-2002 15:28:09




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 Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to Scott, 02-06-2002 19:32:06  
Sounds like a good deal. The gas D19s are thirstier fuel-wise than the diesels.



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Rick

02-07-2002 14:16:06




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 Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to Scott, 02-06-2002 19:32:06  
Like Denny said,sounds like a steal to me.That's cheap for a tractor that size,if it's in any kind of shape at all.The tractor itself should be worth more than that alone,not to mention the fully hydraulic loader.Good tractor with lots of power.I have 2 of them myself,so go for it!



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Denny

02-07-2002 06:52:49




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 Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to Scott, 02-06-2002 19:32:06  
Sounds like steal to me. I'd like to have one and would consider that investment low for the tractor alone. And you say the loader is full hydraulic. That's worth a lot as well.



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CJ

02-06-2002 19:41:57




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 Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to Scott, 02-06-2002 19:32:06  
That sounds like a deal to me!The D-19 is a good tractor.



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david l. wilson

02-11-2002 03:52:55




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 Re: Re: D-19 good or not? in reply to CJ, 02-06-2002 19:41:57  
i have a d19 gas use it almost daily has loader on it& i feed big bales , run my hesston bailer & anything else you can imagine, it is a good rig but likes it's fuel.good luck



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