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Farmall 460 Gas

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05-02-2016 20:06:12

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I did not see the tractor or know anything about a Farmall 460. Guy wants me to buy it from him. The tractor runs good he says, tires are fair, looks fair and gas engine. I have to make a little on it to, soooo what should I offer him. Like I said , I know nothing about them tractors.

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Roger Tomfohrde

05-03-2016 04:28:49

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 Re: Farmall 460 Gas in reply to KCTractors, 05-02-2016 20:06:12  
460 tractors around here complete with fast hitch are selling for around 1500 in fair condition and as high as 3100. Less if standard drawbar. Tires first and condition second.If I remember right our 460 used way less than the 560, less than the 400 and less than a strong M. It could pull a 400 Cyclo with liquid fertilizer two to three days on a tank in our hills.Cut a lot of hay with a 9 foot haybine. Our 560 could empty the 30 some gallon tank in a day plowing with 4 X 16 plow and took a 1000 pounds to hold the front down.Most people do not use them that hard now.The last 560 I had round baling used around 2.5 gallons an hour but it was not working very hard.
Also salvage tractor go around a 1000.

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05-03-2016 06:27:24

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 Re: Farmall 460 Gas in reply to Roger Tomfohrde, 05-03-2016 04:28:49  
Mr. Roger I meant no offence , our 460 was used for tillage work and was fueled at lunch and again at dark for the next day because if it wasn't fueled at lunch about 2 pm it ran out of gas , when we used it in hay it did use much less fuel but I thought it burnt more than I wanted to pump in it .

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Roger Tomfohrde

05-03-2016 18:36:27

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 Re: Farmall 460 Gas in reply to kub6040, 05-03-2016 06:27:24  
Didn't take it as an offence, it just seemed unusual for some one to complain about the 460 being thirsty. It mostly happened with the 560 and larger ones.

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05-02-2016 20:42:22

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 Re: Farmall 460 Gas in reply to KCTractors, 05-02-2016 20:06:12  
Not much 460 gas are very thirsty , your locating May make a difference on what they will bring .

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