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07-16-2004 14:48:20

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Can anyone out there tell me about a D12. I have a guy trying to trade in a D12 Tractor on a truck I have for sale. I usually just deal in cars and trucks. I don't know alot about tractors. Could someone give me an idea what this tractor should sell for, and if there is a market for D12's, and what I should look for when I am checking the tractor out. I did do a quick look over at it. The metal all seemed pretty straight, and it had 2 new rear tires. The paint looked original, which means it was faded out along with the decals. It also has a plow and disc with it that is supposed to have some kind of special hook up for Allis's. If anyone could give me some help that would be great. Rod

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Bob Freije

01-13-2005 08:38:07

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 Re: D12 in reply to ROD THOMPSON, 07-16-2004 14:48:20  
Did you trade for D12? I am interested in purchasing one if it runs. Let me know.

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Eldon (WA)

07-16-2004 20:31:57

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 Re: D12 in reply to ROD THOMPSON, 07-16-2004 14:48:20  
They were known for jumping out of 2nd or 3rd gear under load.....expensive to fix. If it has lights on the fender it is a later series and worth more. If it has a hi/low transmission and factory 3pth it is worth more. They are handy little tractors, I have an early model with a hydraulic loader that I use a lot. Sounds like this is an early model....$2000 to $3000 if they run good.

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Rod (NH)

07-16-2004 16:12:17

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 Re: D12 in reply to ROD THOMPSON, 07-16-2004 14:48:20  
Hi Rod,

I don't know anything about a D12. I just found it weird to see my own name, both first and last, on your post :o).

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