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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Crawler value

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02-20-2014 06:18:41

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Going to look at a 420 or 430 Deere crawler with blade runs and works is it worth $ 3,000 central mi

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02-21-2014 05:41:50

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Bfullmer, 02-20-2014 06:18:41  
It all depends on the track condition, final drive condition, etc. If the tracks are 50% or less, then no, it's over priced since new tracks, if you can even get them, will run you another $1500-2500.00. If the tracks are 60% or better and the rolls, finals, reverser if it's got one, etc. are good then yeah, it's worth $3k. If it's pristine it might be worth $5K to the right guy.

An average 40/420/430 crawler is a $2-2500.00 rig around here.

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02-20-2014 20:33:42

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Bfullmer, 02-20-2014 06:18:41  
Need some more information to give you an answer. If the undercarriage is shot, no.

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Donald Lehman

02-20-2014 16:45:08

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Bfullmer, 02-20-2014 06:18:41  
A 440 went for almost $2300 here a few months back at an auction and it was really, really rough. I wouldn't have given $800 for it, but then the price is always too high for everyone except the fellow who buys it. If it isn't all beat up and everything works okay, I would think a 420-430 should be worth $3,000. One thing about those 420-430 motors is that they don't cost a lot of money to overhaul. If the timing is on and the points/condenser/coil is in good shape they are good starters in cold weather, even with the 6 volt system.

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02-20-2014 16:39:35

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Bfullmer, 02-20-2014 06:18:41  
I paid 2k for a running working 420 with reverser... it had good tin but rough paint, and weak under carriage. I would think that 3k is a good price if in good shape...

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02-20-2014 11:16:27

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Bfullmer, 02-20-2014 06:18:41  
If yo vant to give that, then its worth it.

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02-21-2014 17:30:33

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 Re: Crawler value in reply to Harvey2, 02-20-2014 11:16:27  
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Paid $1000 for a '57 420C 5 roller last fall. Needs steering clutch work. Has a Henry loader.

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