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  1. #11

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    Satoh S650G, MF135, MF165, JD5205

    Default Re: pricing a used 4020

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.tractorbynet.com/forumfiles/46-211455-JohnDeere4020-480.jpg>DETAILS for TRACTORS from JOHN DEERE...</A>
    Model = 4020 2WD

    SPECIFICATIONS
    Years Mfg: 1964-1972
    Fuel: G
    D
    LP

    Engine Make: JD 6CYL
    JD 6CYL
    JD 6CYL

    CID: 340/362
    404
    340/362

    Engine HP: 88/94 PTO
    88/94 PTO
    88/94 PTO

    Cab: OPT

    No.Speeds: 8/4 PS
    8/2-OPT

    Weight(Pounds): 8,445
    8,630

    List Price: $9,380
    $10,350

    Options: HI-CLEAR
    STANDARD
    ROW-CROP

    PRICING
    Avg. Auction Price
    LOW HIGH AVG
    $2,244 $8,135 $6,303

    Auction Results
    JOHN DEERE 1964 4020 $3,800.
    Condition: G Auction Date: 02142002 PETERSBURG
    JOHN DEERE 1965 4020 $2,100.
    Condition: P Auction Date: 11102001 TULIA
    Comments: LP HYD
    JOHN DEERE 1966 4020 $2,900.
    Condition: G Auction Date: 02052002 SEMINOLE
    Comments: LP
    JOHN DEERE 1968 4020 $5,850.
    Condition: G Auction Date: 02142002 PETERSBURG
    Comments: D
    JOHN DEERE 1972 4020 $13,100.
    Condition: G Auction Date: 02052002 SEMINOLE
    Comments: D LDR
    JOHN DEERE 1972 4020 $18,000.
    Condition: E Auction Date: 03232002 LATHROP
    Comments: 1600HRS
    JOHN DEERE 4020 $1,800.
    Condition: F Auction Date: 06122002 IDABEL
    Comments: LP
    JOHN DEERE 4020 $2,950.
    Condition: P Auction Date: 08142002 HOWE
    Comments: LDR
    JOHN DEERE 4020 $18,750.
    Condition: F Auction Date: 03312002 MOSES LAKE
    Comments: D AC
    JOHN DEERE 4020 $28,000.
    Condition: G Auction Date: 08292002 NEW PARIS
    Comments: D WF OR

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  2. #12
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    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    Judy,

    Few questions first:
    How many hours on it in total
    Which tranny(Powewrshift or Synchro)
    It should be a side console(on the left next to the seat is the controls for hitch and hydraulics)if it is a 69

    If it was up here 4020s bring $8-12,000 CDN or so.

  3. #13

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    HI,

    <font color=blue> I don't want to get a large tractor.</font color=blue>

    Then someone points out that it is a 95 HP tractor!!!

    All I can say is [img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]....

    ...[img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Sorry...can't help myself...[img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

    Bill in Pgh, PA....[img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

  4. #14
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    NH TC25D

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    4020 Row-Crop Tractor

    PTO Horsepower: Gasoline LPGas Diesel

    Syncro-Range: 96.66 94.57 94.88
    Power Shift: 95.66 90.48 91.17

    Shipping Weight: Gas, 8,305 lbs.; LP Gas, 8,490 lbs.; Diesel, 8,555 lbs. (with
    equipment for average field service)


  5. #15

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    Kubota L3710, JD5300, AC D19, IH 806, IH 8950, Ford 8N, Farmal Super M, several others in the past.

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    The 4020 JD was one of the most popular tractors in its day and still very popular. For 68 acres, I would consider it kind of large. With loaded rear tires (and you will need them with 90+ HP), they will weigh 10-12,000 lbs. In my area, an average one will sell for $8-10 thousand. In premium condition as high as $14 thousand. Overhauls, cluches and fuel pumps are common repairs. Over 5000-6000 hours and overhauls become common. Don't worry about a little diesel smoke at idle which was common in the 4020. Beware of the" Dupont overhaul " - shiney new paint with poor engine and transmission. Let us know what you find.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    Actually a Deere 4020 is not a large tractor,it is a meduim sized tractor!! But this from a farm tractor perspective. So once again relevance comes into account. To me it is not large,to a CUT owner it is probably giagantic !!

  7. #17

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    Kubota L3710, JD5300, AC D19, IH 806, IH 8950, Ford 8N, Farmal Super M, several others in the past.

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    In its day, the 4020 was considered a large tractor. By current standards it is mid size. 30 years ago we farmed just under a 1000 acres and had a IH 756 which was slightly smaller as the primary tractor. Now have slightly less land and use a 185 hp tractor as primary tractor. 40-50 years ago my granddad farmed up to 2000 acres with an IH 560 (about 60hp). He had 10 sons and ran the tractor 24 hrs daily during farming season. Shut it off only to change oil. He used to buy a new 560 each year. For 68 acres a 4020 is still lots of tractor.
    Still have to old IH 756 with about 8000 hours but rarely gets used. Still runs, never overhauled. The PTO clutch is shot.

  8. #18

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    S.W. Missouri
    Tractor
    Century 3045

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    10-12K sounds about right to me. I spent countless hours behind the wheel of a 4020, and I'll have to agree,it's one of the best ever made. In fact my folks still run a couple of them. While it 's true that it's on the large end of the scale for 68 acres you should never run out of power.

  9. #19

    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    First I want to thank everyone for your advice and information. The tractor in question has less than 10K in hours, it is a synchro, and it has been wonderfully kept up. I drove it some this weekend, but my knowledgeable friend didn't make it over to assist me in my decision making. I was not able to pin the owner down on the last time this tractor had a complete overhaul. That worried me some. OH, I forgot it has a roll bar too. We wanted a larger tractor to handle the big round bales and to use clipping the pastures. We do plan on getting our own baling equioment too. I thought the 4020 would be a better size for what we needed than the small ford we now have. HECK! That little old ford was high as they come. Smaller around here means pricier! Go figure. I went to the 4020 website and thought how interesting a site devoted to a specific tractor. My father had 4020's on his farm forever. He swears by them, just like this group. Hopefully, I will get enough info on this one, and make a purchase soon. Thanks again to all of you.

  10. #20
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    Default Re: proicing a used 4020

    I think you're making an excellent choice in tractor. I really don't think that's too small of a tractor for 65 acres. Being a synchro will diminish the prices somewhat, about 10%. Still if you can get that tractor bought for around $8k you aren't going to go wrong. I guarantee you could bring it up here and get your money out of it at any sale any day of the week.

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