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Ford 501 Sickle mower

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Dan Chambers

04-05-1999 11:09:38




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How much is Ford 501 sickle mower in very good condition worth?




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Dave(NE)

04-06-1999 06:46:50




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 Re: Ford 501 Sickle mower in reply to Dan Chambers, 04-05-1999 11:09:38  
I bought one last year for $375.00 in excellent condition. Original paint and decals. A very good mower.



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Adam Davis

04-05-1999 14:36:04




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 Re: Ford 501 Sickle mower in reply to Dan Chambers, 04-05-1999 11:09:38  
I bought one for $275 that was repainted and had new blades. If you buy it the first thing I'd do is put on new blades. Also you can only use it with a Ford 2n, 8n, 9n, and up through the early 4000's because of the mounting hardware. Hope this helps.



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paul

04-05-1999 22:23:21




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 Re: Re: Ford 501 Sickle mower in reply to Adam Davis, 04-05-1999 14:36:04  
Adam, not a problem for a guy with a welder & torch.... You mean the little bracket that clamps on the 3-point arm?

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