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Re: Any Reasonable Offer

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Case Nutty 1660

01-07-2020 06:59:11

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something was wrong if a 770 has no guts, mine has over 10,000 hours on it and will still pull like a beast for its size, they will eat a 730 by at least 10% power any day I have put lots of hours on both

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John Saeli

01-07-2020 07:24:11

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 Re: Any Reasonable Offer in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-07-2020 06:59:11  
Tom: I saw with my own eyes, and I've heard similar complaints about the 770's often. The neighbor's 770 was single owner and well cared for. When you come out & get that 150, bring your 770 & well hook d'bars!!

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Case Nutty 1660

01-07-2020 07:56:16

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 Re: Any Reasonable Offer in reply to John Saeli, 01-07-2020 07:24:11  
John sold them new,, and seen more than one not right off the truck,, not just in 770's,, I have put over 3 k on mine since I bought it,, gas ones were short on hp the dsl are not if things are right,, I also have a few thousand hours in the seat of a 730,, gas and dsl versions,, if you are like Rod was and used to a 504's power sure they are short,, for a 56 hp rated unit they are impressive as I can do anything my 970 and 1070s do with my 770 just a gear or two slower and use 1/3 the fuel doing it, mine will run 16 hours or more on a tank of fuel and not be sucking fums,, I bale over 100 ton of hay on less than a tank of fuel

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