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05-19-2012 12:03:33

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How many are still running ?What is there Weight ?How Tuff is the engine ?Mine spun a bearing thinking off getting it to run again to see how long it will run before it blows up.

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05-19-2012 20:13:58

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to D-C-741, 05-19-2012 12:03:33  
DONT do that. My father has been looking for one for a few years. If you are close to Iowa let me know if you are willing to sell.

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05-19-2012 20:52:32

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to Nedd, 05-19-2012 20:13:58  
it's been on E-bay 4-6 times & had no interest.tried to get scrap price/1500 =dont care any more i've had several low offers even tryed a local tractor salvege yard.they didnt even reply & I've done Busness with them over 30 years + they junk mostly CASE.My zip is 14867

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Don L.

05-20-2012 04:18:12

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to D-C-741, 05-19-2012 20:52:32  
How do you figure $1500.00 for scrap price? Price per ton,to its weight, would be half of that.
I hear this all the time as a buyer of salvage parts tractors. Your scrap buyer is paying like $500.00 a ton. "Clean" machinable cast iron [ like a stripped/ bare engine block/rearend is $350.00 to 300.00 a ton depending where you go,and how many tons, and how clean. A complete tractor, less tires and oils and antifreeze, and you gotta haul it, would fetch about $225 to $275.00 a ton.
If it was close to southern Minn I would bid 1000.00 cold cash, w/o rear tires and rims as stated on Ebay,and come get it myself. I think I own about 9 600's. Some run some don't, gave 4000.00 for the best one, years ago. None are restored. Don't be madd at my post, not ment to stir the pot. Don L.

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John Saeli

05-20-2012 10:22:38

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to Don L., 05-20-2012 04:18:12  
Ol'e D-C-741 isn't getting over $200 for whole steel. Hey DC!! Is that the 600 you had on Ebay with no tin or wheels??

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05-20-2012 15:05:42

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to John Saeli, 05-20-2012 10:22:38  
Mine has Everything But The Rear Tires&Rims .All the Tin Is On It .Whole as you call it is $250 & Short is $300 at TEET's/ Weistmans Owego,is $335 Short.This is The only way We Sell[ Short ]As for my Asking price = 3 Heads $200 each/ starter $ 100 /Injection pump $100 /Radiator $ 100 /= about $900 /now the rest for $600. Now just how far Wrong is my price ?

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Don L.

05-20-2012 18:00:21

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to D-C-741, 05-20-2012 15:05:42  
Those heads are high prone to be cracked. The injection pump is the same. Do you sell with a warrenty? I do. Price as stated as scrap per a the scale at 1500.00.Show me the sale ledger.
[Not to still pot]. 1500 -don;t work at the scale, as stated. This a world wide forum, and Facts are Facts. Don L.

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05-24-2012 11:27:49

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to Don L., 05-20-2012 18:00:21  
I bought it not running,First thing I did was Change the Engine Oil[ it had not been used for about 10-15 years ] Before I started it ,used it about 40-50 hours when it Spun a Bearing ,it had 30-40 Lb"s of Oil Presure ?I just parked it/never Took the Pan off to Check what went Wrong.& It never Had Cracked heads /Never used or lost any Anti Freeze.Bob [Trucker270 ]know"s me/Lives Mansfield,PA /He has Seen The Tractor.He HUNTS DEER HERE

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John Saeli

05-20-2012 16:23:53

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 Re: 600 diesel in reply to D-C-741, 05-20-2012 15:05:42  
Who is gonna give $200 for a wore out head that may be cracked?

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