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  1. #1
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    Aug 2010
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    On the Oregon coast
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    JD 870

    Default Beaver 3

    Hello, I am looking at buying a new tractor and thought I'd check in for some advice. I have a '72 Mitsubishi r1500 2x4 that's a good tractor but not for the hilly terrain I have. I am looking at a Beaver 3 I believe it's a S373. It has the 3 cylinder 17hp diesel with a 48" mower, 48" roto tiller, front bucket, 4x4, roll bar, and is running good. Asking price is $4500. From what I've seen that's a pretty good price but is it a reliable tractor????

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    Mt. Ulla, NC
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    Satoh S-470D, Mitubishi FD 1450D

    Default Re: Beaver 3

    Yes, a very good tractor. It is the same tractor as a S-470 Buck only with a smaller engine. I have a Buck and a grey 373, which is a 1450. Both 4x4. Have had the 1450 since 1996. Dad bought the Buck new in the late 70s. Price sounds reasonable if everything is in decent condition.

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