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How rare is Agriking 870 gas?

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Dave from MN

10-21-2011 05:33:16

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I have this 870 here I picked up a couple years ago. Seems everytime some one checks it out they make the comment,"oh , it's a gas, thats a rare collector", then this morning on Agtalk I see some one make the same comment on an 870 gas some one posted a few pics of. Are they rare? I was going to be putting her up for sale near future after paint, but since we adjusted the valves she is like a whole nother tractor. Thinking maybe I should just fix her up and keep as a collector. I have the 544 deisel row crop hydro, which I never see anywhere, so that one I am keeping, the 1206's allways seem to bring good demand, should I be adding this 870 to my group of "best restore and hang on to" with the 1206 and 544D?

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10-23-2011 05:47:12

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 Re: How rare is Agriking 870 gas? in reply to Dave from MN, 10-21-2011 05:33:16  
sent email.

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10-21-2011 06:01:45

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 Re: How rare is Agriking 870 gas? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 10-21-2011 05:33:16  
There is at least one less than there used to be... I killed one this summer for parts to fix my 770 diesel.

I have only seen a couple 70 series gas tractors in my part of the world. At least 25 to 1 diesel to gas(just counting the 7, 8 and 9).
The dread of burning 50 gallons of gas in an afternoon would keep me from wanting one.

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Don L.

10-22-2011 06:11:01

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 Re: How rare is Agriking 870 gas? in reply to RGMartin, 10-21-2011 06:01:45  
I need some gas engine parts... email open
Don L.

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