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Free wheelin

02-28-2003 20:49:38




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I'm looking at an AC wd45 with a loader. It has one new rear tire and the other is 75%, fronts are in very good shape, has factory wide front and comes with chains. The tin is in pretty good shape and motor has been rebuilt. Is this a pretty good buy at $1500? Thanks for your input.




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Phil Auten (TX)

03-01-2003 07:12:55




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 Re: wd in reply to Free wheelin, 02-28-2003 20:49:38  
If you can, drive it and see if it jumps out of gear in second or third while "freewheeling" (going downhill while unloaded). If it does not, that's a good deal, especially with an all hydraulic loader. Not bad with a trip bucket either. Even better if it has power steering.

Phil



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Eldon

02-28-2003 22:10:12




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 Re: wd in reply to Free wheelin, 02-28-2003 20:49:38  

It sounds like a good deal to me.....a great deal if the loader is full hydraulic. Ask if there has been any trouble with the shifter or tranny. The hand clutch should have a good "snap" to it, also. Check the serial numbers.....the last 3 I looked at turned out to be WDs. Some people really don't know what they have......



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James (MO)

03-03-2003 04:47:57




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 Re: Re: wd in reply to Eldon, 02-28-2003 22:10:12  
They oughta' put those people who stick WD-45 decals on a WD in the same cell as those who remove the federal tags from mattresses. I've seen lotsa' WD's over the years with 45 decals.



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Eldon

03-03-2003 07:06:39




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 Re: Re: Re: wd in reply to James (MO), 03-03-2003 04:47:57  

and everyone claimed they were told it was a 45 when they bought it....one guy even said the parts dealer told him he had a 45. Let the un-informed beware!



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