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yoteman

03-30-2020 14:01:38




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I think I found what might be a 881 with selectomatic tranny with loader, don't know if it will run sitting in a garage, would it be worth investing money into it can pickup fairly cheap.




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Kirk-NJ

04-01-2020 02:51:48




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 Re: information in reply to yoteman, 03-30-2020 14:01:38  
If you do buy it before moving disconnect the rear with lever on round cover on rear center housing



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showcrop

03-30-2020 16:44:20




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 Re: information in reply to yoteman, 03-30-2020 14:01:38  
Not running it is a bigger risk than most tractors. Scrap metal has very low value currently, if you find that it needs extensive repair. Tires are expensive so if they are good it can raise the value significantly.



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Billy NY

03-30-2020 15:50:10




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 Re: information in reply to yoteman, 03-30-2020 14:01:38  
Select-O-Speed. I would advise getting it running satisfactorily, and thoroughly operate the transmission. Though I would imagine trying out the higher gears/speeds might not be so easy, you can tell a lot from how it performs in the lower gears.
Be sure to check the fluid level and condition of this transmission and or look it over carefully, same as the rest of it.

There is a lot to know about these, I liked them, had a slightly newer model of the same tractor for years. With a loader on it, it may have seen more wear and abuse, check the front pivot pin/front axle assembly, you'll want to note any significant wear and or excess play in the assembly. Might be best to jack up the front end. Be safe doing that.

Find out what you can on it's history, why was it parked, when was it last in use, what problems did it have etc.

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