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Cajune

03-03-2001 09:19:16




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I'm looking to purchase a new or used woods belly mower for my dads 1958 red Farmall Cub tractor. The old one is starting to rust through after 53 good years in use by my father,myself and my son.Can anyone lead me to a few good places and prices for purchase. Thanks




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Bama Binder

03-04-2001 08:48:55




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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Cajune , 03-03-2001 09:19:16  
Depending on where you are, you can get good used ones for $300-500. I have found that the ability to find these things is related to knowing where to look. The internet is good, many states publish a Farmer's Bulletin that have ads in them (call your state's Ag office). And getting to know people in the area with interests in tractors and equipment helps. As an example, I know of at least 3 used mowers for sale right now in Alabama all for less than $500. Good hunting...BB

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Haas

03-03-2001 19:52:15




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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Cajune , 03-03-2001 09:19:16  
Your Case/IH dealer can probably get a new Woods Mower for you. If not, he can tell you where you can find a Woods dealer that will get you one. My Brother-in-law has a belly mower for a Cub that I think he is going to sell. I believe it is an IH, not a Woods. Don't know what he is asking. Location is East Tennessee. If you have interest, send me an E-mail.



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Phil Auten (TX)

03-03-2001 13:10:33




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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Cajune , 03-03-2001 09:19:16  
Cajune,
Try Paul Bazzetta at Tractorbuddies (link below). Paul is a great guy and one of us Farmall collectors too!

Phil



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sammy the RED

03-03-2001 11:30:18




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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Cajune , 03-03-2001 09:19:16  
A new one will run around $1500.00



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The Red

03-03-2001 09:28:03




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 Re: Belly mower in reply to Cajune , 03-03-2001 09:19:16  
Cajune I would suggest you place a WTB in YT classifieds. It is free and you should get a few responses fairly easily I would think. Over in photo ads there is a Farmall H for sale with a Woods belly mower!



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Dennis

03-03-2001 09:32:46




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 Re: Re: Belly mower in reply to The Red, 03-03-2001 09:28:03  
I bought one for my 1948 Model C at my IH dealer.



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