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Brian

08-13-2002 08:37:39




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I am looking to sell a 1958 350U & loader. I'd like to move up to mid 1960s or early 70s model in 40 to 55 HP. Any input on favorite models or those to avoid would be greatly appreciated. Thanks




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doug stockman

08-15-2002 04:15:22




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 Re: Utility opinion in reply to Brian, 08-13-2002 08:37:39  
Greetings:

Where are you located? I am looking for an IH 350U with loader.

Doug Stockman
Penfield, NY



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Mark in NY

08-15-2002 06:28:15




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 Re: Re: Utility opinion in reply to doug stockman, 08-15-2002 04:15:22  
Doug, I looked at one down in Lima last night. Don't think I'm interested in it though.



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Doug Stockman

08-15-2002 14:39:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Utility opinion in reply to Mark in NY, 08-15-2002 06:28:15  
Is that the one advertised in the D&C, IH 350U diesel with backhoe? WHy are you not interested? Is the tractor beat? I am looking for one that is ready to do some work. I do not want to put big money in before I can use. If you saw a different one and it is decent can you provide contact information? Thanks for the reply.

Doug
Penfield, NY



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Mark in NY

08-15-2002 16:27:56




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Utility opinion in reply to Doug Stockman, 08-15-2002 14:39:26  
Its a gas job with no pto and only a home made drawbar. It originally had a backhoe on it (not there now) and the loader on it is a beast. He had a 2504? with a 3000 loader on it sitting next to it and they are both pretty heavy duty. It has had the steering arm and ball joint replaced and has some leaks around the steering column unit. Its not a real pretty unit but he does have all the tin and the guy is very straight foward. He's asking $2395 and I would bet $2k would take it as it sits. If you didn't want to use it to brush hog and skid a few trees like I do it would probably be a good way to get into a loader. It definitely isn't a quick detach set up. If you want I can e-mail you his tel number. Mark S.

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doug stockman

08-17-2002 03:15:51




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Utility opinion in reply to Mark in NY, 08-15-2002 16:27:56  
Mark:

I have to post here because I could not find your email address. I too am interested in a PTO for brush hogging. I also want a 2 pt fast hitch or a 3 pt hitch as well as a loader. I guess I will keep looking. Thanks.

Doug



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K.B.

08-13-2002 20:43:58




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 Re: Utility opinion in reply to Brian, 08-13-2002 08:37:39  
You've got a couple of good choices in the 544 Utility or the 656 Utility (although it's got about 10 more horses than you want). Another good possiblity is the 606, but those almost seem to be rare.



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mike

08-13-2002 11:13:49




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 Re: Utility opinion in reply to Brian, 08-13-2002 08:37:39  
I looked at two different IH 574's with loaders. Price on each was $8500 and $7700, it sounds like that league of tractor is what you're looking for. The higher priced unit was at a very high priced used tractor dealer (Pomeroy) and the other was at a implement dealer in Nevada, Iowa.

The 460 I bought is 1959 and it has 48 hp. But I think I'd be hard pressed to get that out it today for 2 days in a row. Something would probably let loose.

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