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  1. #41
    Super Member California's Avatar
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    Sonoma County
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    Yanmar YM240, and now just one YM186D

    Default Re: 2 cyl. VS 3 cyl. engine

    Link to Roxy's tractor pix.

    I wish there were deals like that around here. Twice that price might buy a 'restorable' one, double it again if the engine starts. Minimum.

    Roxy, you did good!

  2. #42
    Platinum Member Gizmo36's Avatar
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    East of Duewest S.C.

    Default Re: 2 cyl. VS 3 cyl. engine

    You did real good on that,If any one laughs they just don't know any better.

  3. #43
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    S.E Texas
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    Ym1300d-1401D-1601D , 1610D & Massey Ferguson 1020

    Default Re: 2 cyl. VS 3 cyl. engine

    Quote Originally Posted by California
    Link to Roxy's tractor pix.

    I wish there were deals like that around here. Twice that price might buy a 'restorable' one, double it again if the engine starts. Minimum.

    Roxy, you did good!
    Nice tractor......I just looked at a 6N a few days ago. $500 bucks AS IS. It was an 8N with about 20% missing, front hubs & Wheels, starter and HEAD. I left it there........

  4. #44
    Platinum Member roxynoodle's Avatar
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    NW Ohio
    Tractor
    Yanmar 1510d, 1950 Farmall H

    Default Re: 2 cyl. VS 3 cyl. engine

    You can't get those old Fords cheap around here either. And yet, they are so common. There are several people around here with them. I was interested in an 8N/9N/2N, but most seem to go for more than $2000. There seemed to be quite a few Farmalls around cheaper. I looked at an Allis Chalmers B (I think that was the model) but was concerned about the hand crank. Being a woman, and not a big one, I figured I'd end up with a broken arm one day. I kind of had my heart set on a Farmall or AC though anyway. Drove it around quite a bit tonight including in the field it will be spreading in and I'm pretty used to it now. It seemed awfully tall at first compared to my Yanmar. And I never bonked myself in the knee with the shifter tonight!

  5. #45
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    ne kansas
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    YM 2210

    Default Re: 2 cyl. VS 3 cyl. engine

    Man it just kills me with jealousy.
    Great

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