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Do i need a wd 45

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chris knight

07-25-2002 20:39:33

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I've found a WD45 at a good price. I'm looking at other tractors as well in higher price ranges.
I need a tractor for bushhogging, firewood hauling
on fairly steep slopes and disking and seeding etc... I know that a ford 4000 is really what I need but I'm at least looking to spend less money. I'm willing to spend up to $6500, but if a $2250 WD45 in excellent condition will work, I'm going to seriously think about it.
Also going to look at a D17. I'd appreciate any input.
Thanks, Chris

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08-01-2002 20:04:23

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 Re: do i need a wd 45 in reply to chris knight, 07-25-2002 20:39:33  
I've been using a 1953 WD to run a 7-foot bush hog for years. It has plent of power for it. Sometimes in extra heavy stuff(sprouts & vines) I have to run in low gear. The price for that WD-45 sounds a bit high. Here in SW Missouri, a "work" WD-45 goes for 800 to 1500 depending on condition, tires, wide front, etc.

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07-26-2002 04:59:17

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 Re: do i need a wd 45 in reply to chris knight, 07-25-2002 20:39:33  
I have two Wd-45's, Depending on the condition,, $2200 is very high for a narrow front, and might be ok for a wide front. But with 2200 it would have to have really good tires, wheels, fresh engine, and paint.. If it has power steering that would add value as well.. (I have noticed that all Allis tractors locally are being sold the day they appear in the papers, So Values might be going up locally anyway)

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07-25-2002 21:52:12

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 Re: do i need a wd 45 in reply to chris knight, 07-25-2002 20:39:33  
What part of the country are you in Chris? that price for a WD 45 sounds a bit high uness its in realy great shape. I just ought a decent WD 45 for $800 and it's a great tractor. Mine has a few minor problems but nothing major. I've been using it with a six foot pull type 4 blade rotary cutter and it ddoes a better job than my 52 hp massey harris.

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