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05-26-2012 12:06:31

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Hello everyone. I'm looking for a tractor that woulod be good for 3 pt mowing, snowblower, 3 pt tiller- I'm thinking around 35-40 hp. Someone I know has a 135 MF, gasser, 8 speed, repainted and decaled, really good tires, generally in really good condition. (2500 hrs on tach, not sure if its accurate though). What would be a reasonable price range for this tracotr? Any advice on different models of MF's in the 35-40 hp range? Thanks for looking!

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05-26-2012 19:21:11

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 Re: 135 value in reply to Stovepipe, 05-26-2012 12:06:31  
To be more specific, is $5900 reasonable for the 135 mentioned above? I thought it sounded pretty high.

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MF Poor

05-27-2012 06:22:35

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 Re: 135 value in reply to Stovepipe, 05-26-2012 19:21:11  
I've looked at a half dozen 135 gassers this spring, mostly in good to better than average condition. Most expensive one so far was $4300. One was $3200. That's about top dollar for gassers around here, and this is Massey country. A good diesel 135 will bring $4000 to $4700 on average. This time of the year, people get a little carried away with "asking prices".

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05-27-2012 10:44:01

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 Re: 135 value in reply to MF Poor, 05-27-2012 06:22:35  
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I see what you mean about the asking prices. I'd really like a diesel. I called an ad for a 35 diesel. The pictures showed the paint faded completely from always being outside, and the tires were pretty weathered.- they wanted $5000!! I'll just have to wait it out. What state are you in? Thanks for the info!

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MF 135

05-26-2012 21:32:39

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 Re: 135 value in reply to Stovepipe, 05-26-2012 19:21:11  
It would have to be an exceptionally good gas tractor for $5900. I think if it was a diesel, $5900 would be more in line. The fact it has been repainted causes some concern though. The price being asked is for a premium tractor that you would think would have been parked inside and not need to be repainted. If it is as good as it sounds, I think maybe somewhere in the $4200 to $4900 range would be reasonable. Most MF tractors in the 35-40HP range are very good tractors, they all use just about the same drive-train. About the only one to be leery of is a 235 with power steering. Can you post some pictures of the tractor?

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05-27-2012 10:36:11

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 Re: 135 value in reply to MF 135, 05-26-2012 21:32:39  
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I don't have any pics of the tractor, if I go look at it I'll take some. I never went to look because I suspected the price was out to lunch. Is the steering bad on the PS 235? Thanks for the advise!

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MF 135

05-27-2012 22:44:13

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 Re: 135 value in reply to Stovepipe, 05-27-2012 10:36:11  
The power steering problems on the 235 (I think it was an option) were bad enough that they discontinued the 235 after only 2 years and replaced it with the 245 with hydrostatic power steering, which was superior. A 245 would be an excellent model to consider. I had a neighbor who bought a new 235 and ended up getting the dealer to take in trade for a size bigger 255 because of problems with the power steering.

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