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Re: WD-45

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Steve (WI)

11-01-2002 03:20:12




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Mike,

That totally depends on what you want to use the tractor for. A WD45 is an absolute work horse and considered one of the better tractors ever made. (At least in my part of the world.) I have no problem pulling a 3 bottom 14 plow thru some pretty tough areas of soil-I'm almost sure I could get away with a 4 bottom if I wanted to really push the tractor...but I don't. If you can find snap coupler implements they work really good with the tractor as they were designed for them. $1500 doesn't sound out of line if the tractor runs good. If you feel you need a bigger tractor than what you already have a 45 is a good choice. Your decision.

Steve

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TractorMike

11-01-2002 16:06:42




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 Re: Re: WD-45 in reply to Steve (WI), 11-01-2002 03:20:12  
Steve, I would want the tractor to run a bush hog and plow the garden and to do other things. I called the guy today and he said that it was a CA. He said it runs and drives good. I am going to try to check it out Sunday to see what it is, If it is a CA then I will probably not get it. He said it is his first tractor. And it was a one owner tractor until he got it. I will just have to wait and see. Thanks, TractorMike

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Justin

11-02-2002 04:47:34




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 Re: Re: Re: WD-45 in reply to TractorMike, 11-01-2002 16:06:42  
If it is a small garden the B, C, or CA works great. I have seen them pulling along 6 foot bush hogs.. No problems at all. They are very strong little tractors. Wd-45 or a wd I have found to be an incredible tractor especially the tricicle front because then you can manuever it in a small garden and get the job done quicker. I have a B and a WD My wd is not running right now and I am trying to restore it.

Justin

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