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    Default 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    3pth mount or does it have a subframe? Does it have a pto pump and tank or does it plumb into the tractor hydraulics?
    How fast are you looking to sell it? I would think it would bring more $ in the spring. If you can attach some pics, that would help.

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Thank you for your reply... It is def. a 3 point mount. It really is in pristine shape...anything else I need to describe prior to trying to sell it ? I am in no hurry as it has been in the same place literally for close to 14 years !


    Quote Originally Posted by Ductape
    Hearth, i'm on my over with a grand in cash right now !!!



    Seriously though, i looked at several used hoes that size before i bought the one i have now. They were in the $2500 range, but i've seen similar used hoes selling from $1000 to $3500. If yours is as nice as you claim, i see it in the $2300 - $3000 range.... depending on whether its a 3 point mount, subframe mount, self contained, or runs off of tractor hydraulics. Of course..... people aren't spending money like they used to, so it also depends on how quickly you want to move it. Have you considered listing it on Ebay?

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    If it is self contained, it will have a hydraulic pump down low where it attaches to the tractor, about the size of a cantelope..... attached only with two rubber hoses. If it runs off the tractors hydraulics, it will have no pump...... just two rubber hoses, probably connected to each other at their ends.

    As Shvl73 said, if there is any chance you could post a few digital pics of it, we would probably be able to help you more.

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Thank you for your help... I will need to check on if it has a pump or not.. it is def. 3 point hitch though... your advice to wait till spring is excellent.

    Thanks all !

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Here are a few photos of the Woods 650... I hope this helps in your giving me a sense of value.. it is really in great shape !

    Thanks for your help !
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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    That's exactly what I was looking for!!!

    For whatever reason, I can only view half the thread, but I gather that you're looking to sell it. If you are, please PM me. I'm not far away in NE Mass, so I could come pick it up. Thanks!

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Nice looking hoe !! I'll still stand by that original $1000 offer i made !!!

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Ductape, what happened to that pretty blue hoe that you bought for a song?

    It is clear from the pics that it is a 3 pt hoe (not that it could not be converted to a subframe) and it is self contained with its own hyd pump, tank and filter. Very nice looking hoe.

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Quote Originally Posted by MJPetersen
    Ductape, what happened to that pretty blue hoe that you bought for a song?

    It is clear from the pics that it is a 3 pt hoe (not that it could not be converted to a subframe) and it is self contained with its own hyd pump, tank and filter. Very nice looking hoe.

    Mike

    Mike, my pretty blue hoe is alive and well ! Though i was just being a smarty-pants with my low-ball offer........ since i now have two tractors, i really SHOULD have two backhoes....no ????

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    Default Re: 1989 Woods 650 Backhoe

    Thanks Ductape ! If I think it is taking up too much room till spring, I might take you up on that more than generous offer !!!

    Thanks again to all of you for your help... these forums are so helpful and I really enjoy the banter and the advice !

    Best,

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