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What's a 4-16's plow worth?

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Jr64

03-15-2004 20:35:42




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I'm looking for a 4-16" plow to go with my 190 diesel. I'm not sure what model plow that would be, but what would a plow like this be worth?




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Scott

03-18-2004 07:25:00




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 Re: What's a 4-16's plow worth? in reply to Jr64, 03-15-2004 20:35:42  
Bought a 4 - 14 mounted for my wd45 last year for arround $100 in GREAT shape.

I've also seen a general rule of about $75 to $100 per bottom, but that's not always true either.



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John (C-IL)

03-17-2004 17:13:08




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 Re: What's a 4-16's plow worth? in reply to Jr64, 03-15-2004 20:35:42  
There was an AC 2000, 4-16s sold on our club auction Saturday for $210. It was in pretty good shape, the moldboards were showing some wear but it had a lot of acres left in her.



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