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Re: IH 574 What is one worth?

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07-23-2001 14:34:24

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I go to a lot of auctions and the 574's still bring pretty good money. Generally at least $5,000 to $6,000. Often, I will see them sell with an all hydraulic loader and bring $9-10,000. They are older, but still new enough to have modern features like power steering, indepedent PTO, factory 3 pt., so they hold their value pretty good. If the clutch and hyraulics are potential problems, I would contact your Case-IH dealer and see how much a new hydraulic pump and clutch would cost. You can then adjust your bid accordingly. Parts can be plenty expensive, so assume the hydraulic pump is bad, rather than just a dirty filter. You can really end up on the short end if you pay too much.

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07-25-2001 07:04:46

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 Re: Re: IH 574 What is one worth? in reply to Big Jim, 07-23-2001 14:34:24  
We had one and finally sold it about three years ago. The original hydraulic pump was a problem. Apparently there was a factory change and you have to install an adapter with a new pump and the thing is a headache... other than that it was a great tractor- we literally ran it until it fell apart. With a rusted out hood, leaking coolant and two bad tires, it sold for $1,900

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