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1370rod

07-22-2013 20:34:58




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Customer is considering not fixing this 870. I am guesstimating his needed repairs in that $3500 range. Axle brgs, PTO and a problem in the 4 speed.
Engine seems to run good,approx 3500 hr on OH, with 8500 total hrs. Powershift seems OK. Rear tires around 70 percent. Overall appearance I would call fair. He has not mentioned a price. Any thoughts on what I should or should not give for this? Thank You, Rod.

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D-C-741

07-23-2013 14:35:47




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 Re: 870 diesel value in reply to 1370rod, 07-22-2013 20:34:58  
It looks like $2000-$2500 =the motor & tires are worth that much .



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Ande

07-23-2013 10:22:18




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 Re: 870 diesel value in reply to 1370rod, 07-22-2013 20:34:58  
I'm a bit more conservative then my old friend Tom,I guess from what I see is 1000-1500 as it isnt going anywhere the way it is



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Case Nutty 1660

07-23-2013 12:12:12




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 Re: 870 diesel value in reply to Ande, 07-23-2013 10:22:18  
Dan I think those tires are worth 500-800 easy a salvage yard would give 2500 or so as it sets just my thoughts, and my high end price was retail not wholesale as I like to buy them lol
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Ande

07-23-2013 14:28:24




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 Re: 870 diesel value in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-23-2013 12:12:12  
I knew I would get you out of the tractor on that one! Yes Tom, a spread of 1000.00-2500.00 is pretty close, so were thinking alike. And mentioned the cab, that means a lot too



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Case Nutty 1660

07-22-2013 21:00:11




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 Re: 870 diesel value in reply to 1370rod, 07-22-2013 20:34:58  
Rod my thoughts are a good running 870 would be in the 5000-7000 range here with those low hours that would be with factory cab used tractors have come up in the last few years so I would think 1500-2500 on it would be in the ball park witht the work need on it
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