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Ferguson TO-30 Half Tracks

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06-03-2019 12:23:05

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I have a set of these I bought for my TO-30 years ago. I never installed them as I was afraid to "turn" the chloride filled main wheels around.
What are these things worth?

Does anyone use them anymore?

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06-04-2019 05:05:55

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 Re: Ferguson TO-30 Half Tracks in reply to mjbushey, 06-03-2019 12:23:05  
I have a set of Bombardier belted tracks on my TO30 that I now leave on year round. Also last year bought two sets of half tracks from a local gentleman who had bought them and not used from someone else,$500 each set.one ARPS the othe Bombardier. Both are full metal tracks. Last year we brought three tractors to the Cummington Fair here in western Massachusetts, as I was driving my half-track to the parade an onlooker asked “where do you drive that?”. My simple response was Anywhere!

They make a huge difference driving in snow and soft ground, I have yet to get stuck.

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06-03-2019 23:52:48

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 Re: Ferguson TO-30 Half Tracks in reply to mjbushey, 06-03-2019 12:23:05  
Hard to put a value on them without knowing condition and location may be a factor. I would think the ARPS tracks (the ones Steve posted) would have a slightly higher value. With the bombardier Tracks, if not stored properly, the rubber deteriorates and starts to crack and when installed can come apart, they usually don't last long. I've seen some with patched rubber. Use Probably limited to muddy/snowy farms or to shows. The boogie wheels are usually shot on the ones I've seen come out of storage. I had these on my 4000 a couple of years then sold them because of limited use on my farm.

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06-03-2019 12:49:46

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 Re: Ferguson TO-30 Half Tracks in reply to mjbushey, 06-03-2019 12:23:05  
photos, photos, photos.
are all the Parts there ?
aarps or bombardier ?

the last set I sold 20 yrs ago in very good condition and all parts there I sold for 600.00. they were the all steel model. (B or A ?)

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