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Super A with front loader

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Ralph Kramden

05-02-2001 21:21:48




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I have decided, finally, to sell my 49' Super A, loader and all, for $3000, but I need to know what the going rate is for transporting these tractors , since probably nobody in the immediate area
( Northern California ) is going to buy it, and not everyone can transport it themselves. It's pretty easy for me to trailer, since the new engine block is bare, and the new crank, new engine rebuild kit, gaskets, etc., can all fit in the back seat of my crew cab.I just need to know what the regular tractor haulers charge, roughly, so I can quote someone a fair price if they want me to deliver it. Thanks in advance. You guys have all been very helpful whenever I had a problem. I appreciate it.

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David A

05-03-2001 08:08:22




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 Re: Super A with front loader in reply to Ralph Kramden, 05-02-2001 21:21:48  
In my experience truckers charge from .50 to $1.00 per loaded mile. If you are just looking to cover expenses, you maybe could go less.



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Denny Frisk

05-03-2001 13:51:54




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 Re: Re: Super A with front loader in reply to David A, 05-03-2001 08:08:22  
I wouldn't go too much less. Over-the-road trucker's rates are figured on being loaded Both ways. Unless You can find another tractor to back-haul with.... I paid $225 to have my tractor hauled about 190 mi. one way. Guy still had to buy gas at about 5 MPG for the 190 mi. trip home too!



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Glenn(WV)

05-03-2001 18:42:46




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 Re: Re: Re: Super A with front loader in reply to Denny Frisk, 05-03-2001 13:51:54  
Yeah, at $2 a gallon or more. Gas prices are awful.



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