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01-06-2013, 04:42 PM #1
- Join Date
- Jan 2013
- albertlea, mn
- new holland tn75
ADVICE ON PRICE FOR A TN75SA
I AM LOOKING AT A 2004 TN75SA WITH 800 HOURS, 4X4, LOADER, ELECTRIC SHUTTLE, 16X16, SUPERSTEER & (NO CAB). THE LOADER HAS BARELY BEEN USED, IT HAS BEEN KEPT UNDER ROOF AND LOOKS EXTREMELY CLEAN. $22,000 IS THE PRICE WE'VE GOTTEN DOWN TOO? AS I AM NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE NEWER TRACTOR PRICING.
I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY HELP WITH THIS.
01-14-2013, 12:53 AM #2
- Join Date
- Mar 2008
Re: ADVICE ON PRICE FOR A TN75SA
I paid more for my TN55S a few years ago. Sounds like a good deal to me. Take a close look at the loader mounts (there is an earlier and later version; search around here for discussions on them) and make sure they are not cracked or loose (the mounting bolts can break or the threads in the castings strip out). The newer version mounts are improved. If the bolts are tight, the mounts can be reinforced (or replaced with the later mounts I think). I added extensions on mine to reach some threaded holes in front of the front axle.
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