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Tim

10-15-2002 18:47:51




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I looked at an HD5 s/n 3378 using the link on this site I think its a 1948. U/C looks like new (rusty )but new. Owner says the blower got rain in it. Other than that it ran when parked. Steering clutch on 1 side is bad. He will include used sprockets and clutch with tractor.
Asking price $1000

Is it worth it?




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Glen Place

04-03-2004 21:33:31




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 Re: HD5 loader in reply to Tim, 10-15-2002 18:47:51  

If you did not buy this HD-5 for a $1000 could you let me know where it is located and if it is still available.



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John W.

10-16-2002 00:06:48




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 Re: HD5 loader in reply to Tim, 10-15-2002 18:47:51  
Tim; A very good question. Getting water in a engine blower, especially if left for any length of time, can be very, very bad. Steering clutches arent exactly cheap either. However, $1000 for a crawler is fairly cheap, just keep in mind it may take a sizeble investment to get it running again.
Crawlers, regardless of make are very expensive to maintain, things that break tend to be pricey. You might get lucky where the water in the blower is concerned, but, keep in mind this may have caused a great deal of damage to the blower and/or engine. I would weigh the pro's and con's and check with a few diesel mechanics, then decide if this is something you want to tackle. Good Luck

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