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    Default MF 1529 w/ front loader value

    I'm looking at trading in a MF 1529 that has a front loader that was purchased a year ago with 41 hours on it. What should I be looking at as far as trade-in value?
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    Default Re: MF 1529 w/ front loader value

    Quote Originally Posted by rkeith View Post
    I'm looking at trading in a MF 1529 that has a front loader that was purchased a year ago with 41 hours on it. What should I be looking at as far as trade-in value?
    This could be a place to start looking before making a determination on the current value of your unit. http://www.tractorhouse.com/list/lis...ins&notfound=1 Keep in mind these are retail prices and not what a dealer would give on a trade. Some dealers seem to be more inclined to offer a fair trade deal and others only seem to want every penny they can squeeze out of a deal. So the bottom line on trades IMO is how comfortable are you with the dealer.

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    Default Re: MF 1529 w/ front loader value

    Thanks!
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    You sure didn't use it much. I think I'd be tempted to advertise and sell outright. You might get more of your money back.
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    Default Re: MF 1529 w/ front loader value

    dont you llike your tractor been on the fence between the massey and a kubota b series just having trouble figuring it out

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    Default Re: MF 1529 w/ front loader value

    If you go with 1529 you can get an 8x8 vs 9x3, more reverse options on the massey. What dealer in Alabama are you looking to trade that 1529?

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