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considering part with a landlord 101

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Bunky
Well I think it all depends on the area.. I've tried to sell tractors and around here I didn't get much response, but people from other area's would of Bought it in a minute if it wasn't so far to drive or could of been shipped....

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Brent_Baumer
The club auction Landlord 101 a few weeks ago only brought $225. It would not go into 2nd and R but otherwise OK. Ran great and had a good deck. The shifting problem ended up being minor. Brent

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tractormike
I just bought a 2010 with hydraulic lift, a B-12 parts tractor, 2 mower decks, front blade, and a snow thrower for 250.00. The 2010 is one year newer than your landlord I believe. I consider what I got to be a bargin as both tractors have the hydraulic lift and that can be worth 250.00 by itself. Location and how much shipping costs is a big factor. Watch ebay for similar tractors and see what they are going for. I have seen some similar ones not get over 300.00. I wanted to get a tractor that was in New York but a shipping estimate was 400.00 to Wisconsin.

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