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03-25-2002 16:40:33

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Found a wd with a homemade trip loader and a 6 ft. bush hog. It has fuel problems but we got it to run for 45 seconds several times. The fellow wants $900 for it. Reasonable or not?

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03-25-2002 23:11:43

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 Re: WD value in reply to JB, 03-25-2002 16:40:33  
I bought mine for 300 dollars and the motor was completely junk, had about a 1000 dollars in completly redoing her and every penny was well spent. Such a powerful little tractor! I'd scoop that tractor up if I were you. Carburators on those tractors are known ffor acting up, get someone that knows how to rebuild them and you all set! Have fun with it.

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03-25-2002 18:22:48

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 Re: WD value in reply to JB, 03-25-2002 16:40:33  
Check the transmissionfor warter, if the shift lever boot is or ever has been cracked or broken you could have water in the transmission. It will collect in the lowest place, the PTO if you have one. change the oil in the final drives too, nobody does it, well almost nobody. Oh, there is three plugs to totally drain the transmission, under rear end, under transmission in sheetmetal plate, and PTO.

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03-25-2002 17:20:35

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 Re: WD value in reply to JB, 03-25-2002 16:40:33  
the loader and bush hog are close to being worth that, so it sounds like a good buy, even if the tractor has some problems. cant to "major" if it will run for a minute or so.

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