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    I have an opportunity to buy a 750 4wd with low hours for $2500. Hydraulics on the lift running really slow. new turf tires. I'm thinking it's a great deal for the price. What do you guys think?

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    Get it quik, before someone else steals it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guido455 View Post
    Get it quik, before someone else steals it.
    Guido's right - get it quick.

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    Default Re: John Deere 750 with loader

    If there's nothing wrong with it then it's a great deal. Maybe too good a deal. I've got a 2WD 750 that I paid more than twice that for just over a year ago, with no loader. It's a great little tractor.

    At $2,500 I would be asking myself why the tractor is so cheap.

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    Default Re: John Deere 750 with loader

    Quote Originally Posted by matoyan View Post
    I have an opportunity to buy a 750 4wd with low hours for $2500. Hydraulics on the lift running really slow. new turf tires. I'm thinking it's a great deal for the price. What do you guys think?
    I've seen these with no loader for 6K and good ones with loader for $7900. Slow hydraulics could be a myriad of things from too little fluid (leak) to dirty or clogged filters and screens, to bad pumps. You are buying it low enough to fix anything as long as parts are available.

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    Default Re: John Deere 750 with loader

    I owed a JD 750 for a number of years and if memory servers me correctly only units with the optional power steering came equiped with a hydrualic filter. All the others relied on a screen which can become clogged and thereby restrict flow. That is a really low price, so even if a bit of work is needed you should be still ahead of the game.
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    Great price. Can't beat the deal.
    I've had a wonderful evening, but this wasn't it. ~ Groucho Marx

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    Default Re: John Deere 750 with loader

    Thanks, I'm going to buy it.

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    Please post some pics of your new tractor when you get it home and get a bit of time.
    As if we aren,t jealous of your great deal already. LOL Great find.

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    Default Re: John Deere 750 with loader

    FYI... When it was cold (<30F) out the hydraulics on my JD750 4x4 with P/S were extremely slow. After it warmed up for 5-10 minutes everything would run as normal. Looking back I might have been wise to change the hydraulic fluid to some of the newer synthetic ones that flow better at lower temperatures. For the record only tractor supply brand (Travelers?) fluid was used in it. Perhaps it is just suffering the same fate.
    Kubota L3130 HST 4x4, FEL LA723 w/QA, Backhoe BH90, Snow Blower: L2185 72" front mount, 7' back blade, carry all, 48" Pallet Forks w/QA, Sun Shade, Turf tires & Rubber Chains for the winter, Extra forward and rear lighting. BearCat 73454 Wood Chipper. LandPride RCR2672 Rotary Cutter. Approximately 290 hours

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