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red tractor fever last won the day on May 5 2019

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  1. If you wouldn't mind I'd like to know the serial number? Got a couple to compare it with just for fun. Thanks!
  2. Hey there - somehow or another, I stumbled across this one this morning and I know you were (maybe still) doing stuff with the 826 registry. Thought you'd appreciate it. https://bid.aumannauctions.com/lot-details/index/catalog/23679/lot/3458272

  3. Friend of mine knows about this tractor but has questions. What does the F-S-Y stand for. S I'm sure is ta with live pto and Y is 12 gpm pump. But we can't figure out the F. It looks like a high crop but the tag doesn't state as such. He's thinking cotton stripper. Can anyone shed some light on this please and thank you.
  4. I wondered the same thing about backwards mounting.
  5. Just my opinion but that 30 year old diesel is still probably better than today's stuff.
  6. Thanks for the replies. I will send him link to this post and he can proceed how he wants.
  7. Neighbor\friend called me this afternoon, he looking for a scrapper for the right front gang on a #37 Disk. Are they available new or is his only option a used one from a salvage yard etc? Thanks!
  8. Your absolutely right someone wanted her pretty bad. More than I did. ?. And I agree with your gut, and mine, it went high. After posting these questions I did some comparing on my own. Those comparisons match exactly what you said. D in the engine serial number and D in the tractor serial number were a match. I also know of a different l.p. tractor. It's got E in both places to. And your also right on it being a early March tractor. Engine block casting is 3-1-Z. I've obviously been researching these tractors and during that research stumbled onto a Lubbock conversion tractor with a 62,000ish serial number. But agreed, most seem to be later. Very cool unit. Was kinda interested cause we like our smta around here. And friend and I were conversing what we thought the value was. And we were thinking along the same lines as you. I'll admit I tested the waters north of that $1500 mark a little twice and was immediately outbid so I walked away. It was very obvious someone else wanted it pretty bad.
  9. #1. The number that always seems to come up on these is 500. Does anyone know how many went to Lubbock for conversion and how many went to San Angelo for conversion? Just curious. #2. Watched the one in the link sell this morning. Even went and looked last week. It's a San Angelo conversion tractor. I called the seller afterwards to see if he was happy and he was as he was hoping for $1500. He admitted he had around 20 calls on it. And two guys asked for the number above the distributor which is 118414D. One guy admitted it was the right number so he would be bidding. So I'm curious what that number told him? Thanks in advance for any and all replies. https://www.auctiontime.com/listings/farm-equipment/auctions/online/193054357/international-super-mta?&obb=1&AuctionEnded=1
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