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D19 Gas tractor

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Dave Patterson

11-01-1999 14:30:10

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Anybody out there tell me what this tractor is worth?-Relative good shape,decent rubber.
Were they a good tractor?
I know they were 70 horse.
Is there much of a re-sale market?
What should I pay?

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11-05-1999 16:49:51

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 Re: D19 Gas tractor in reply to Dave Patterson, 11-01-1999 14:30:10  
just bought a D19 with four bottom plow for $3200.
The tractor has the snap coupler system.
Tractor has next to brand new rubber all around and has excellent tin. I did have to do a valve job for $400. Plows are in very good shape. I will also need to replace one rear wheel bearing. Ther were several advertised here in upstate NY for prices in the range of $3200 to 3500 for the tractor only.

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Brian Ahart

11-05-1999 05:54:40

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 Re: D19 Gas tractor in reply to Dave Patterson, 11-01-1999 14:30:10  
I would agree with Pete, except to say that the D19 does have live power in the respect that you can disengage the power director (hand clutch) and still have PTO and hydraulics. The D19 gas is a very dependable tractor, providing you bring a fuel tanker along with you. The D19 turbodiesel is worth a tad more and will give much better fuel economy. However, for winter work, the gas model can't be beat. Good luck! -Brian

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11-02-1999 01:13:59

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 Re: D19 Gas tractor in reply to Dave Patterson, 11-01-1999 14:30:10  
Wide front end, good sheet metal, fair paint and snap coupler, ballpark-$3000, three point add $500. The hydraulic controls are located in kind of a funky place and the motor seems to drink alot of gas but you are feeding six cylinders and the fuel tank is not the biggest. Motor is not the snapiest but has great lugging power. Easy to climb on and off, two speed stick is nice for baling hay.It does not have live PTO or hydraulics. Hope this helps.

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