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John Saeli

09-08-2011 10:27:18




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Just got back from the scrap yard. They got a CASE 412. Gas, 4 Wheel Standard. Grill & starter missing, but otherwise complete. Engine free. Said they would sell it for .25 per pound. When they get time they will pull it across the scale & call me. Tires loaded & engine full of oil, so I assume the tranny is full of oil & water. Anybody know the shipping weight?




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Mathias NY

09-09-2011 07:17:13




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
Congrats on the find! I breifly looked at buying a 415 (orchard gasser w/eagle hitch). It was close to running, but even at $1000 it was still too much of a project for my taste.

5600 lbs sounds a little low to me, especially if the tires are loaded. My DO weighs over 5000 w/o loaded tires and the 400's are a lot more massive. With 16.9x26 rear tires, you will have over 1200 lbs just in water weight. If the tractor tips the scales at 6500, you may want to argue that you won't pay $.25/lb for the water.

Good luck!

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caseman-d

09-09-2011 06:11:51




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
Don't take this the wrong way but steel is worth more on your end of the country than it is here in western SD.It's not like 5 or 6 yrs ago when one could pick up a running tractor for 500-750 dollars from the tree grove or fence line. Now a skid row tractor can bring 1400 and up. Times have changed last few years.
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tractornutjd

09-09-2011 03:25:26




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
hope you get to save it! I still don"t see how people can do this. They must have no knowlage or care. Maybe a running tractor with a little work. good luck!



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D-C-741

09-08-2011 21:39:52




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
witch yard got it/No I'm not trying to get there and buy it.



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John Saeli

09-09-2011 06:14:06




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to D-C-741, 09-08-2011 21:39:52  
Dale: No fear of you buying, wish I had 1/2 of what you scrapped, but have at it. It's @ Trouts, Waterloo. They haven't got back to me yet.



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D-C-741

09-09-2011 11:53:59




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-09-2011 06:14:06  
No John It is your Find.Hope you get it.I'v got to go get some others 2870 & 2670 & 1070 & 2470 and a Cupple of maybe Deals on 2094 & 2294 & 1370 That are ? Some are fix an sell deals some are getting used for parts.



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John Saeli

09-09-2011 17:00:36




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to D-C-741, 09-09-2011 11:53:59  
I don't need it, just don't want to see it gone forever. I need a cab & air for a 2094. Got anything?



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D-C-741

09-09-2011 17:26:20




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-09-2011 17:00:36  
not yet,the one I know of has a 8 speed/has 4 th & 8 th Not working it just Grinds /it is a internal problem.would have to be totaly taken apart to fix,is Not worth fixing /runs good.



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Zach81

09-08-2011 16:47:51




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
Drian the rears and the nasty oil, and save a few bucks!



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John Saeli

09-08-2011 18:02:41




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to Zach81, 09-08-2011 16:47:51  
I'm sure they won't give me that oportunity, but Doc gave me a weight to go by.



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Doc Larry

09-10-2011 13:11:51




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 18:02:41  
That 5600 lb weight"s for tires with air, not liquid. Hopefully they don"t want 25 cents a pound for water! Good luck!



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Doc Larry

09-08-2011 10:44:37




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 Re: 400 gas in reply to John Saeli, 09-08-2011 10:27:18  
The standard diesel is 5600 lbs if that helps.



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