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IH 350 Utility Tractor

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Bill Clinton

06-17-2001 15:12:40

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An upcoming Auction lists a IH 350 gas with heavy duty front end loader with double clyinder bucket.

The tractor can not be viewed until 1 hour prior to start of auction.

Anyone have a feel as to price range based on condition of tractor. Also, did this model have a "Live PTO" and "3 Point Hitch".

Thanks for any help you can provide.

Bill C.

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06-17-2001 17:20:08

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 Re: IH 350 Utility Tractor in reply to Bill Clinton, 06-17-2001 15:12:40  
I'm pretty sure all utility's were wide front. If it has a pto its live (every one I've ever seen has one), and most came with fast hitch, ours had a top link connetion on top rock shaft. Check the steering, some had problems, expecially with front loader. Should be $2500-$3500 in good shape.

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06-17-2001 15:33:10

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 Re: IH 350 Utility Tractor in reply to Bill Clinton, 06-17-2001 15:12:40  
I didn't notice it was a utility tractor. That means it has a wide front end. You also want to look over the steering very closely. The previous model, a 300 U had a lot of problems on tractors that had a loader. I don't know if the 350 was any better. Power steering is definitely worth the money.

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06-17-2001 19:29:41

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 Re: Re: IH 350 Utility Tractor in reply to Charlie, 06-17-2001 15:33:10  
The 350 steering was no better. On my Son in Laws we installed a power steering unit from a Chevy pickup in place of the original box. It works better.

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06-17-2001 15:30:48

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 Re: IH 350 Utility Tractor in reply to Bill Clinton, 06-17-2001 15:12:40  
The tractor could have live PTO, hydraulics and a 2 point hitch from the factory - all were options that could be left off. Price depends on location, condition and if it has a wide or narrow front end. Could run anywhere from $2500 - $4000 more or less.

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