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    Default Best price to ask for our 2720

    Can I have a few opinions on what price we should put on our 2720?

    It has the front end loader and 62''mmm. Only 51 hours - this is because we got a zero turn and a skid loader, so there was not much use for the JD 2720 any more.
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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    Quote Originally Posted by labsrus View Post
    Can I have a few opinions on what price we should put on our 2720?

    It has the front end loader and 62''mmm. Only 51 hours - this is because we got a zero turn and a skid loader, so there was not much use for the JD 2720 any more.
    I would think maybe 2/3rds of what you paid new.

    It's going to have to be a real good buy for the buyer because there are great deals and financing on new tractors.
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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    Curious, as i've been looking for a 2520...how much and where are you located?

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    When I was looking to sell my X595 earlier this year, a local JD dealer told me to ask 70% of what I bought it new for and take 60%. This was good for equipment 10 years old or newer. This was his theory.

    I researched what they were selling for on some different websites like ironsearch.com, etc. and based my price on those prices.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    I have been looking for a 2720 with low hours and turf tires, please post when and where you are going to list your 2720.

    Machineryfinder prices are usually a little high and E+BAY prices are typically a little low.

    JMHO.

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    We are in York, Pennsylvania. Still thinking of an asking price but we did pay $21,000 for everything.

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    What year is it? Still under warranty? I sold my 2007 2320 with 120 hours on this summer for $11,750, it had a 200X loader and a 48" rotary cutter. I paid a little over $14k for it new. I bought new again because used machines were too expensive relative to the 0% financing offer and a 3 year warranty.

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    Quote Originally Posted by labsrus View Post
    We are in York, Pennsylvania. Still thinking of an asking price but we did pay $21,000 for everything.
    I suggest $16000 to start and see if you get any responses. Use Craigslist for York, Harrisburg, Lancaster and Hanover (maybe even Philly and Baltimore). There's also the "Community Paper" that gets distributed all around the York area.
    Also, TBN's classifieds, of course.
    This isn't a great time to sell a used tractor, unfortunately.

    I reckon the obvious question is why did you buy it if you have a ZTR and Skid Loader?
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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    Roy - We thought it would work for what we wanted to do - it did work but with all the things we have to do on the farm, we needed to find something alot faster. We bought the ZTR and skid loader after we had the JD 2720.

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    Default Re: Best price to ask for our 2720

    Quote Originally Posted by labsrus View Post
    Roy - We thought it would work for what we wanted to do - it did work but with all the things we have to do on the farm, we needed to find something alot faster. We bought the ZTR and skid loader after we had the JD 2720.
    OK...good luck in selling it.
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