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    Any idea what a fair price would be on a good used LR72 with gauge wheels?
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    I just sold mine for $900
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    woods LR 107 7' landscape rake
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    and a lot of other mechanical crap, I need a bigger barn!

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    I didn't look anything like that
    MF 1652 Platform
    DL 130 Loader
    72" HD Bucket w/ Quick attach
    Forks w/ Quick attach
    woods LR 107 7' landscape rake
    72" Harley Power Rake
    72" inch Box rake
    Woods 6' Brush Hog
    Catapillar 301.5 Mini Excavator

    and a lot of other mechanical crap, I need a bigger barn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tractorski
    I didn't look anything like that
    Meaning worse? What do they sell for new?
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    Default Re: Woods LR72

    I have an LR84 and the tines are straight in line and not offset and staggered like the one in the photo.
    Beats me but it almost looks like two things clamped together?


    **Edit--I'll add it is two pieces clamped together. You can see where some tines were removed and apparently bolted to a piece in front that is clamped on. Only some of the tines are actually clamped to the LR72. Look close.

    It's an interesting design concept, however, and with thinner and sharpened tines would make a great industrial quality de-thatcher or scarifier type thing.
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    Default Re: Woods LR72

    That does look modified. My LR72 also has the tines in a row and all the spaces are filled. Looks like some tines are missing. It would be interesting to see a front/side shot to see how the tines on this one are staggered. I paid about $850 for mine.

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    Default Re: Woods LR72

    I purchased a LR72 with gauge wheels (in very good condition) and 15ea additional replacement tines off Craig's List last year for $435. However, I agree with Sixdogs and Deerhead that all the tines on my LR72 are in a row.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixdogs
    I have an LR84 and the tines are straight in line and not offset and staggered like the one in the photo.
    Beats me but it almost looks like two things clamped together?

    **Edit--I'll add it is two pieces clamped together. You can see where some tines were removed and apparently bolted to a piece in front that is clamped on. Only some of the tines are actually clamped to the LR72. Lookm close.

    It's an interesting design concept, however, and with thinner and sharpened tines would make a great industrial quality de-thatcher or scarifier type thing.
    I see your point now. See this side shot. Would you let theses modifications keep you from buying it?
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    Default Re: Woods LR72

    I was just quoted $975 for a new Woods LR84, the Landpride version was similar priced. Those aren't Woods brand gauge wheels either.

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    Default Re: Woods LR72

    Other than the missing tines, it looks pretty sound. Like sixdogs said it appears to be an industrial dethatcher. If I were buying it I would find out the price to replace the missing tines to make it whole again and figure that in the price. What are they asking?

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