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Chris727

Electric lift, whats it worth?

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Chris727
I know this is the wrong place to ask this question but does anyone know what a complete working electric lift setup from a John Deere 210, 212, 214 series is worth? I have one I am going to be selling in order to have some money for the ORANGE tractors^ Also it will not fit Simplicity. Thank you. Chris

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SmilinSam
Complete with all the wiring, switches and solenoids, it should fetch $175 or more. I sold a couple last year needing rebuilt and missing pieces for around $100 each on Ebay in two different sales.

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I've actually got two of them. One is from a 210 and it has the side panel with the lever and all the solenoids. I tested it and it worked good. I also have another one from a late model 110. It was somewhat different in that its lever is on the dash, I don't think its complete but it works. I was gonna put it on my JD110 but then I find out for the 110's you have to have a totally different dash and from what I remember you cant take the dash off the frame! Those JD's are terrible for that. With simplicity at least you can interchange things on the same model of tractor. There were too many different 110's. Too confusing and not at all simple.

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