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    Silver Member sizzami's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
    kioti dk 45

    Default tradin in old blue

    i just traded in my 86 1910 for a brand new ck 30 kioti , I got an igland grapple qc bracket and dealer install on the electric crossover valve , loaded industrial tires and studded chains , I gave my 1910 with homade grapple, quick change bucket chains and loaded rears, I walked away paying 13500 including tax the old blue was squeaky creaky and leaky with only 1450hrs, how did I do? anyone have any advice on what to watch out for on the new pumpkin?
    im not afraid of death i was dead for billions of years before i was alive- Mark Twain

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    Silver Member 123rday's Avatar
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    Mar 2009
    south central michigan
    '09 3038E

    Default Re: tradin in old blue

    Don't know how you did, but congrats on the new tractor. Need pics though.
    Ford 861(sold), John Deere LA175 lawn mower, John Deere 3038e w/fel
    7' TSC landscape rake, 6' TSC disk, 7' frontier rear blade, 48" MDS pallet forks, ballest box

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    7040 HDC 1153 fel

    Default Re: tradin in old blue

    congrats on your new tractor.

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