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"New" 4000

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Lynn Patrick

08-04-2019 18:45:13




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Bought this 4000 on an on-line auction yesterday & haven't seen it "in person" yet. Plan to go get it tomorrow or Tuesday.



From what I can see in the pics it's a 4000 LCG w/SOS, PS, foot throttle, turf rears, car fronts, bent up bumper, & lower grille is hanging by a thread. I THINK I see a full set of rear tire bolts for a pie weight set.
Am anxious to get it home & see what it will take to get it running again. I hope to replace my early 2000 as my mowing tractor.

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GB in MT.

08-05-2019 15:28:10




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  


That is too BAD Lynn......sounds kind of Hinky to me.!!!

Like maybe the auctioneer knew the winner????

I've heard things like this before!!!

Gary



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GB in MT.

08-05-2019 15:27:11




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  


That is too BAD Lynn......sounds kind of Hinky to me.!!!

Like maybe the auctioneer knew the winner????

I've heard things like this before!!!

Gary



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Lynn Patrick

08-05-2019 08:53:22




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  
I just talked w/the auction company. They "were not able to get the bid in before the auctioneer said SOLD" so I did not get the tractor, even though it sold considerably below my max bid which was entered WAY in advance!

Last time I do business w/that auction company!



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Greg NE

08-05-2019 20:03:41




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 Re: Re: in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-05-2019 08:53:22  
Maybe you got lucky. I know it still sucks tho!!! The last time I put in a pre auction bid on something the auctioneer said it was all good, they would take care of me. Found out later from a friend of mine that ended up going to the auction at the last minute that they started the item at my max bid and wouldn't go down and really worked it til they got one more bid for a few bucks more and sold it!! Needless to say that outfit hasn't made a dime off of me since!!!! Wasn't an internet auction but they were taking bids ahead of time.

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GB in MT.

08-04-2019 20:38:09




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  


Lynn;

You should have fun cleaning up this one.

Possible option for DUELS??? Holy Cow.....I've heard tell, that you can go twice as fast with Duels :lol:
(I think Royse told me that!!!)

Gary



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Lynn Patrick

08-04-2019 19:28:12




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  
Kind of wonder the same thing, maybe they used weight bolts to mount duals??? Being a 4000 LCG w/those small tires it may very likely been for duals



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ford9000puller

08-04-2019 19:55:13




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 Re: Re: in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 19:28:12  
Those would have been for duals. I picked up a 2000 lcg last fall and it had the duals with it



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Dean

08-04-2019 20:05:22




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 Re: Re: in reply to ford9000puller, 08-04-2019 19:55:13  
Agreed.

Tractor would have originally had dual 8.4X24 tires.

Be sure to pick up the dual plates if they are available.

Dean



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Destroked 450

08-04-2019 19:06:50




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  
Looked at a 2000 parts tractor yesterday that had rear wheel like that but it had duals, wonder if those extended lug nuts are for duals.



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Lynn Patrick

08-04-2019 18:52:13




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 Re: "New" 4000 in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:45:13  
Other side



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Kirk-NJ

08-05-2019 03:38:57




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 Re: Re: in reply to Lynn Patrick, 08-04-2019 18:52:13  
Yep, looks like a LCG tractor.wheels are probably 24". Adapter nut without the plates. If auction was one farm the plates might have went cheap with the small stuff. I picked up a set of dual plates like that for $6. on an auction table cause nobody knew what they were.



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