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What is the worth of a Farmall lift?

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Matt Reinders

10-15-2019 13:32:11




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I teach a tractor restoration class and my class recently finished a Farmall H project. The tractor came with a lift and we fixed the bucket and painted it. I've decided not to put it back on the tractor and am going to try to sell it locally on craigslist. The only issue with it is that I did not restore the original hydraulic rams because I was having trouble locating the type of seals I needed. Does anyone out there have a ball park idea of what one of these are worth? The bucket also has the forks with it as well. It is off a 1940 Farmall H. Thank you in advance.

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rustyfarmall

10-16-2019 08:19:15




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
A Farmall H equipped with the #30 or #31 loader make a very good team. Take the bucket off, install a blade and you've got an excellent snow pusher. Fasten a chain to the bucket and you've got a very nice fence post puller. The H and that loader will also raise the rear of a pickup truck far enough to allow changing out the rear axle, or if you're working on the other end of that truck, it becomes an engine hoist. Sadly, for as handy as it is, it will sell for around $100 to $200. Tops.

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Bhpony

10-16-2019 08:17:57




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
More of a demand if you take bucket off & someone puts a blade on it to push snow.



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Matt Reinders

10-16-2019 07:32:49




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
Thanks for everyone who relied. I work on all colors of tractors so I just am not familiar with this particular loader. I will take it from here.



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pete 23

10-15-2019 17:52:17




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
I had to auction my late brothers estate and a Horn loader off the Farmall H brought $5. I took it off the tractor as I purchased the tractor.



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300guy

10-15-2019 16:11:46




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
I don't know what it is worth but I have one right now on my 300 and it is a bulldozer!! I have used it to move LOTS of dirt, tree branches, etc and etc. I bought the new seals from IH and they were not too expensive about 8 years ago. Not sure if they are still available or not. I would think the $300 to $400 range would be a good start. The forks that go with the bucket is really the main part of the bucket. I rebuilt my bucket with bent steel sheets and without the forks it would not dig sand without bending.

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F-Dean

10-15-2019 15:18:18




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
I agree with Wes. Especially since you don't have the forks or "Guide Shoes."
Also, technically, it is a #30 "Manure Loader" used to clean feed lots.
Yes, I loaded lots of Cow Sh** with one of those!



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Zachary Hoyt

10-15-2019 14:55:23




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
It is a McCormick #30, I have a #31 that is almost the same that I got on a parts tractor. I agree, it's not worth much. Painted and with new seals it should be worth a bit more than rusty and old, and having the bucket and forks is a help. I would try it for $400 and lower it in a month if it doesn't sell, unless you need it gone to save space.
Zach



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WESnIL

10-15-2019 14:22:56




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 Re: What is the worth of a Farmall lift? in reply to Matt Reinders, 10-15-2019 13:32:11  
The is not much of a demand for that loader. For me the first $200 offer would own it.



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