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Rollers based on McD 10-20 and NOS radiator

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07-23-2017 10:54:38

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Maybe this isn't the right place to ask so tell me if I'm wrong. I have 2 old Gallon rollers based on McD 10-20 tractors engines missing on both but do have transmissions rearward complete and a NOS radiator for a 10-20 also. wondering what a fair selling price would be for them.

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07-24-2017 04:32:54

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 Re: Rollers based on McD 10-20 and NOS radiator in reply to ohioron, 07-23-2017 10:54:38  
I agree, but unless you haul the rollers to scrap yourself you won't get scrap price. Scrappers scrap to make money, so it would be about 1/2 scrap price.

If the radiator is truly NOS, you could just about name your price. I wonder if the smokstak forum might have a better idea on value.

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Used red mn

07-23-2017 22:30:18

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 Re: Rollers based on McD 10-20 and NOS radiator in reply to ohioron, 07-23-2017 10:54:38  
The topic of the forum list just below IH is "Crawlers", there seems to be more industrial/ construction equipment minded folks hanging out there. Also the "Tractor Talk" forum is sort of a catch all for everything. There are also free "Clasified" adds on this sight. In "Classic view" click "Option" and you will see it near the top left of the page. I'll stick my neck out and say you most likely will be able to get a couple hundred out of the radiator if you can say it doesn't leak. On the rollers I would say since they have no engines getting them hauled off for anything over scrap price would be a long shot.

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Loren in Iowa

07-23-2017 14:47:02

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 Re: Rollers based on McD 10-20 and NOS radiator in reply to ohioron, 07-23-2017 10:54:38  
OK. I'll bite. What is a Gallon roller?

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leroy in ne

07-23-2017 17:22:39

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 Re: Rollers based on McD 10-20 and NOS radiator in reply to Loren in Iowa, 07-23-2017 14:47:02  
I think he means Galion a construction equipment manufacturer.

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