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Re: 140 what would you pay?

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Don(PA)

07-24-2001 18:34:28




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James, Where are you located? area can make a difference, but you do have to decide what seems right to you.

There is a 140 in the YT classifieds right now with cult and plow -- it is about $1800, and climbing. Reserve has not been met yet.

I just bought a nice 140 in S central PA for $2300, and it had a real low S/N - 554!

Good luck in your tractor hunting! Don




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James

07-24-2001 18:59:39




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 Re: Re: 140 what would you pay? in reply to Don(PA), 07-24-2001 18:34:28  
Thanks for the advice, I was hoping not to spend over $3500 but I wanted to get a good machine. Have you had good luck with your tractor, did you get it at a auction or from someone. Thanks in advance



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07-24-2001 19:17:01




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 Re: Re: Re: 140 what would you pay? in reply to James, 07-24-2001 18:59:39  
I got it at auction - wasn't really looking for one, but the S/N was so low, I had to have it! It run great - starts and idles easily, 1-pt hitch works fine, I am very happy!

What part of the country are you from, James? Good luck! Don



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James

07-24-2001 19:42:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 140 what would you pay? in reply to Don(PA), 07-24-2001 19:17:01  
Thanks for the help. I wanted it to help me tend vegatables and maybe even cut some hay. Our 100 is wore out as I said from pulling the sickle mower. I am from north carolina(central). What do you do with your tractor. By the way, if you know anything about hay and hay equipment, how reliable are 37 international balers and where can I find odd bearings for a #1 john deere hay conditioner or crimper.

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