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Condition is everything.
How does it start cold? does if fire right up? Do you have to crank it for a long time? do you have to give it ether to fire off?
When it fires off, does the exhaust clean up within seconds or blow white smoke for a long time or continuously? How does it sound and run?? How does it drive?
You can easily spend $4000 or more for an major engine replacement or rebuild, so engine condition is everything.
Diesels are harder to start in cold for snow removal, but an engine/block heater solves that problem if you can park the tractor close to power.
If the tractor starts good, and check out good, I would not worry about hours. On the other hand if it barely runs, wont start, missing gears, needs a clutch, pours oil and hydraulic fluids everywhere, your better off passing.
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