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AC 170-190

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10-12-2007 07:06:03

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I grew up with all AC tractors WC, WD45, D17, 185, 200, 7045, 8050. When dad sold the farm they were all sold. I am in the process of getting 15 acres to raise hay on and would like to find a decent tractor around the 170 - 190 model to do this with. Does anyone know of any and what kind of prices are they bringing?

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10-16-2007 16:05:20

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 Re: AC 170-190 in reply to illinifan, 10-12-2007 07:06:03  
With that kind of acreage you may want to look at something like a 6060, 6070 or 6080 nice high platform tractor and very fuel efficient. Good luck with finding a good one as big hunter said big tractors take big money to fix. So hey what's wrong with the old WD45? Lots of them for $1500 to $3000 simple and powerful.

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10-12-2007 09:22:35

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 Re: AC 170-190 in reply to illinifan, 10-12-2007 07:06:03  
I bought a 190XT about 4 months ago. Everything worked on it, paid $4,500. BUT, after getting it home and messing around with it, finding some problems I have it completely torn down for a total rebuild, trans (all bearings, gears, seals), diff (all bearings gears, seals), engine (complete kit), radiator recore, brakes and front end stuff, and of course paint. I think I'm going to have about $15,000 total into it when done. Thats with me doing all the work except the machine shop stuff. Even if I go over a couple thousand I'll still end up with a new tractor that will last me the rest of my life. Bought a new skid steer in 2003 for $25,000 and a new backhoe in 2002 for $68,000. I figure $15,000 or $16,000 isn't too bad.

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