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Tractor redoing?

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Kirk in Ks,

05-16-2006 05:57:14




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I was wondering if a W-6 Mc cormick was about the same value as a 900B Case,
Either one running,
As I was thinking about letting my W-6 go, and getting a 900 cause the W-6 is turning out to be a pain as far as part,s go,
and I was thinking if i got something newer,
than It woudnt be so much of a hassle to redo,
Any help Will be welcome,
Kirk C,




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dctom

05-16-2006 09:19:09




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 Re: Tractor redoing? in reply to Kirk in Ks,, 05-16-2006 05:57:14  
900B is twice the tractor a w-6 is lot of parts interchange with 500 600 and 930 shuldnt have no trouble gettin parts



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dej(JED)

05-16-2006 06:56:11




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 Re: Tractor redoing? in reply to Kirk in Ks,, 05-16-2006 05:57:14  
I don't know about the 900B, but what are you having trouble getting for a W6. They are common. I would think the Case would be harder to locate parts for.



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JoelV

05-16-2006 08:47:39




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 Re: Tractor redoing? in reply to dej(JED), 05-16-2006 06:56:11  
I agree, what are you having trouble getting? Post some pics of that W-6



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