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04-05-2005 10:32:36

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We have a D-15 Diesel tractor that has a stuck engine. I used it as a kid to rake hay when my family milked cows. It has not run for a few years. I don't know enough to fix it up so I was wondering what it would be worth aproxx. Any help would be great.


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Mike R. in Maine

04-05-2005 17:31:59

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 Re: D-15 value in reply to jacksonduper, 04-05-2005 10:32:36  
Like the other men have said, condition overall plays a big part. Another big thing is which series it is, and if it has wide front ? powersteering ? factory three point hitch ? if the answer to these questions are yes. Then the tractor is worth better than 1500 for parts alone. Each of these three items will bring 500 each. So if you can provide a serial number and more specifics of your tractor ,we can help you better. And where it is located will mean alot. Let us know. Mike

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04-05-2005 12:55:10

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 Re: D-15 value in reply to jacksonduper, 04-05-2005 10:32:36  
As the other guy says and, if the tires are good, sheet metal good etc. In my area as it is with fair tires and fair sheet metal it would go from $250-700 but thats it. If the engine is unstuck it could go up to $1000 with good every thing else. Running it would be worth around $3000-4000

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Texas Denny

04-05-2005 11:20:23

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 Re: D-15 value in reply to jacksonduper, 04-05-2005 10:32:36  
Jackson, there is stuck and then there is stuck. In other words, all stuck engines are not the same. Sometimes the rings just set a little too tight and the engine can't be turned. In other cases, the exhaust cover has been left off the tractor and the tractor is left outside. In these cases, the cylinders are usually destroyed and repair requires an entire rebuild kit. When a person is buying a tractor, he always assumes the latter. If it is the former, put some penetrant or power steering fluid in the cylinders and get them loose. A loose engine tractor is worth a lot more than a stuck one. I would expect you could get between $500 and $750 for a bad stuck D-15 diesel tractor, and up to $1200 for one that positively doesn't have ruined cylinders. Where are you located?

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