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12-27-2014 14:05:29

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what is a 7710 2 wd cab no duel power thinking its a early to mid 80s model has new rear tires worth cash money thanks oh had 2600 hours thanks

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12-29-2014 15:24:30

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to wvfarmboy, 12-27-2014 14:05:29  
Guy sold one here this past year in pretty nice shape with a fresh engine rebuild and new clutch for 12K.


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12-28-2014 10:11:05

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to wvfarmboy, 12-27-2014 14:05:29  
7-10 would take most of them around here with that package. That said, a buddy of mine bought one for 3500 this past summer... but it looked rough and had a starter problem so the seller couldn't get it running.


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12-28-2014 03:49:33

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to wvfarmboy, 12-27-2014 14:05:29  
Is it a series II with the squared cab roof, or just a 7710 with the rounded early cab roof? Did it sit inside or outside? paint faded? interior dirty and ripped up? tobacco spit all over the floor? Does it have air conditioning and if so, does it work?
Lots of things to consider. I see lots of these tractors with huge price tags sitting on lots with no takers. I know of a few series II tractors that have been sitting on lots for over 3 years, but the price tag hasn't changed a bit. Guys got too much invested into them to make a buck. That is a highly desirable tractor to have and they do hold value well if kept in good shape. The highest price 2wd series II I have seen with comparable hours is listed for $34,000. I know of another one with 3600 hours for $22,000 and it needs new rear tires and rims(has original rears with calcium).

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12-27-2014 19:55:21

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to wvfarmboy, 12-27-2014 14:05:29  
8k to 11k around here. Dealer might get a bit more with 6 month warrantee.

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12-27-2014 19:04:45

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to wvfarmboy, 12-27-2014 14:05:29  
12K - 20K depending on shape.

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12-27-2014 23:30:31

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to David G, 12-27-2014 19:04:45  
I'd be on the low end of that with no duel power, but not disagreeing with you. The hours are low.


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12-29-2014 19:30:59

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 Re: 7710 value in reply to paul, 12-27-2014 23:30:31  
Last spring I gave 10,500 for a 91 7710II with 4000 hrs With yellow paint Tiger mower tractor. I like old government mower tractors because the drive train had an easy life. This one the mover was driven by hydraulics of the front of the engine so the PTO wasn't used.

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