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D15 Series??

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Ken Conner

06-13-2002 17:26:59




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How many series were there in the D15's? I didn't know if the D15 went to a Series IV or not. There is a D15 Series II for sale not to far from me. They want $4700 for it with a landpride finish mower, I don't if this is a fare price or not. The engine was rebuilt in 2000 and all of the sheet metal is good.




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chuck

06-15-2002 10:09:31




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 Re: D15 Series?? in reply to Ken Conner, 06-13-2002 17:26:59  
In WC Mo a 15 sells at a premium Here you get more tractor with a 17. I't ofcourse larger but has more HP and other than a small size it has all of the advantages of a 15 plus extras, ie:dual hydralics.



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Bryan Smith

06-14-2002 05:16:51




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 Re: D15 Series?? in reply to Ken Conner, 06-13-2002 17:26:59  
There were only 2 series of D15. Series II had 46 belt hp and the 160 cubic inch engine. We have one - great tractor. It could be had with a 3ph/drawbar combo but that is apparently quite rare - most seem to have come with snap coupler (separate drawbar and 3 point hitch - have to remove one to install the other. 5 minutes but a hassle if you switch regularly or have a back problem).

D15's in good shape sell for up to $4500 or more without implements. I haven't seen one sell for less than $3000+ yet, but you don't see too many for sale. The resale on D14's and D15's always surprises me. If the engine's just been rebuilt I'd say it's probably worth it if the sheet metal and the rest of the tractor's in good shape. You're not getting a bargain, but you're not getting "taken," either. Fair on both sides.

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