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I'd give 3 for it in a heartbeat. But good sized cabbed tractors are not easy to find here.
If it runs it's worth what he's asking
 

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Thats alot of work, pull the cab, split the engine, and the rearend?? IMO more work than it's worth if your going to resale it.
 
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highgrit":2m73c6om said:
Thats alot of work, pull the cab, split the engine, and the rearend?? IMO more work than it's worth if your going to resale it.

Thats what I thought as well... thats alot of work I bet that whole process would be about $2,800 at a minimum. Even if I was gonna keep it I still wouldn't want to go through all that crap. Cabbed tractors aren't hard to find here there a dime a dozen. The smaller midsized tractors with cabs are not very plentiful but 75 + HP there everwhere.
 

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Unless you are doing the wrenching, I think you will be shocked by the labor bill alone on repairing it.
 

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