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BushBoneYard said:
Free tractor to me.........Weights alone are worth $200 all day every day.

Have I learned anyting yet?...........Hydriv?
If the weights were cast iron, they would be worth $200, but the plastic ones are generally worth $100 +/-$25 depending on the condition and demand. Great deal still!

-Justin
 

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unclecake said:
If the weights were cast iron, they would be worth $200, but the plastic ones are generally worth $100 +/-$25 depending on the condition and demand. Great deal still!

-Justin
Thanks for that info. I still have a lot to learn. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Not as dangerous as a spider monkey with a handgun, but dangerous nonetheless. Back to "lurk mode" in 3-2-1............
 

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BBY,
You are definitely learning because you spotted value in the wheel weights and those were not mentioned in the Seller's ad. However, you are a bit high on the evaluation and Justin is spot-on with his $100.00 /pair plus or minus $25.00 appraisal. Even without the weights, this tractor is an excellent buy for someone. I've seen good, used, complete engines come up for sale for $300.00 to $800.00.

The only issue would be location, location, location to solve the shipping problem.

You are also right about a little knowledge being a dangerous thing. I see that happening on a regular basis on MTF.
 

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"Original hydraulic mowever deck operating system was converted to much more reliable electronic system by previous owner."

Doesn't detract much from the value, but that statement is just weird! Electronic more reliable than hyd? Not in my world. I assume the deck lift cylinder was replaced by a linear actuator, probably because it needed an oring or two.
 
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