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Re: WD 45

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Steve in N.J.

12-20-2002 11:44:37

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If it's in good shape, I'm sure a lot of fellows on this site would come up with $500 bucks pretty quickly! Whether the wife knows about it or not!! It's just finding a place to hide it!! LOL! Sounds pretty resonable to me, especially if it runs... Steve B.

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12-20-2002 16:45:30

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 Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Steve in N.J., 12-20-2002 11:44:37  
If it is in any kind of shape at all that, to me, would be a grab it now price. Check the boot on the shift lever, if it is rotted check the transmission for water at the lowest point, the PTO on the bottom. If you get water have a look in the transmission and rear end.

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12-20-2002 21:23:27

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 Re: Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Tom, 12-20-2002 16:45:30  

Make sure the rear rims and tires are good...they can add up to $$$$. Take Tom's advice on the tranny. I've seen beat up WD45's that I never bid over $200 on.....there just wasn't anything there to even salvage. If you're looking for something to restore, parts can add up real fast!

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12-24-2002 18:26:29

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: WD 45 in reply to Eldon, 12-20-2002 21:23:27  
They make excellent boat anchors for that kind of cash !!

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