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Re: D-14

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06-16-2003 05:12:31

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Oleblu...I'm just curious....what did the guy get for the D14? I've got one I bought a couple of years ago, well used, but runs great. I've done some tinkering with it, new hoses and belt and alternator, stuff like that. I put 2 new rear tires on mine and patched the rusted rims. Rebuilt the starter. I use mine to feed with in the winter and have it on a 1030 New Holland stackwagon now. I sure like that little tractor. I gave 1700.00 for it when I bought it. I'm just wondering what they bring in other places. The one I bought has a cab on it...no kidding, someone put a cab on it, did a pretty neat job to. I made some side sheilds to direct the engine heat into the cab and its sure nice in the winter to be warm feeding cattle. I take the doors off and the side windows out in the summer and its really pretty comfortable loading hay with it.

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 Re: Re: D-14 in reply to Larry, 06-16-2003 05:12:31  
Larry, he asked me $1000. Nice tractor, gas, narrow front. With 3 bottom plow. Only thing missing was the Snap Coupler latches. Guess next time I'll move a little faster. oleblu

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