Problem with installing input shaft

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Re: Problem with installing input shaft

Postby joewalleyeguy » Mon Jul 16, 2018 1:15 am

Thanks to everyone that helped me. I did have the shaft turned down about 20 thousands and everything slid together great. It's now up and running. Here's a link to the video. I decided, reluctantly, to move on from this tractor and I'm going to sell it. Just wondering what it's worth.

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Re: Problem with installing input shaft

Postby Shane Nelson » Mon Jul 16, 2018 6:35 am

I see them for sell around here ranging from (asking price) $900-$3,000. I don't think many are selling on the higher end though. I recently sold one with full cultivators in decent shape for $1,500 but bought one with a full set of cultivators and a whole lot of fast hitch equipment with it for less than that.
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