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    Hey, I just saw a M7040 MFD -w- front weights no cab on tractorhouse.com for $19,500. in Jackson, Ohio is that a good deal if you live close enough?

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    Veteran Member Glowplug's Avatar
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    Are you thinking about joining the M7040 club? That sounds like an excellent deal. Of course it depends on how many hours it has on it and how it's equipped. Options can add up very quickly. My guess is that it's basic, (ie. 1 remote, standard rims, etc.). The big cost on those tractors is the loader. My loader with self-levelling valve, HD bucket, pallet forks, and 3rd function valve was about $8,700.00. But it sounds like you don't need a loader. You should be able to save loads of money. That does sound like a good deal though. Check for hidden costs.
    Chuck

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    It could be a 4X2 also.
    M7040HD W/81" GEARMORE 4G5 REAR BOX SCRAPER/ KUBOTA TNT VALVES/ KUBOTA THIRD FUNCTION FEL VALVE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleskinner
    It could be a 4X2 also.
    Yup. I'll bet it's a stripped down, basic, 2WD.

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