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Bush hog d4-10

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Michael Eiskamp

08-12-2019 20:56:02

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I came accross this and bought it I would like to know what the value might be ? I am wanting to trade it on another collector tractor. I do have fenders and seat.

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Traditional Farmer

08-18-2019 13:42:23

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 Re: Bush hog d4-10 in reply to Michael Eiskamp, 08-12-2019 20:56:02  
i bought a real nice one for $500 with a deck,they are more common that the other ones I have a HD12 and Javalina II.

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Gene Davis (Ga.)

08-16-2019 19:25:06

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 Re: Bush hog d4-10 in reply to Michael Eiskamp, 08-12-2019 20:56:02  
When I ran a saw/mower shop in the 1980's there was guy had one of these outfits that had a gear with a broken tooth in the transmission. I took it apart and the local M F dealership that had sold it to him got a gear for it but it took about 2 months. I put it back together and mowed a little with it. It was like a bulldozer when it came to saplings and stuff. After he picked it up, I never heard or saw anything of it again. Was a well built machine.

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08-13-2019 07:03:05

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 Re: Bush hog d4-10 in reply to Michael Eiskamp, 08-12-2019 20:56:02  
I don't know what they are worth but I know they are fairly rare, you might want to hang onto it and fix it up a bit and have something unique. I think they were well made too.

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