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MN auction results. 786YAR cab

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Went to a sale today.   Few auction results and pics

786-.  10,000 plus hours.   Same farm its whole life.   $8600

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So there's more than one around with that type cab on it? Pretty rare I'd think. Nice tractor. 

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1086.   8600 hours  $11,800

856 .  $7200

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450-   $5400

615-.  $1500 with all 3 heads

230 windrower.  $1700

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Those prices don't seem too bad for the seller. THe 786/1086 and 856 seemed to be about right. Here I don't think you could break 3500 on that 450. The 615 is just about right and the windrower was high IMO.

 

Cool lineup if IH stuff thought.

Rick

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thanks for pictures, first time I have seen that kind of cab on an 86 series, wonder how that works for getting in and out with shifting levers?

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It looks like owner took very good care of his equipment and was paid well for it at sale time.

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Prices seem soft.  

A fool and their money parted ways on the 450.

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Nice equipment he had there.  Very well cared for I'd say.

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For this area that 856 was a steal. Here that would bring about 10,500 easy as clean as it looks. 8500 for roached out ones. 1086 was about right. 786 wouldn’t have brought any more because of the cab. Still neat though. But if your gonna have an 86 it may as well be the regular cab. 

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10 hours ago, pt756 said:

thanks for pictures, first time I have seen that kind of cab on an 86 series, wonder how that works for getting in and out with shifting levers?

I crawled in and out.   It wasnt much different than the factory cab.    I think If IH had put park towards the rear of the shifting pattern you would have far less complainers.   

 

 

 

The cab was very quiet running at quarter throttle.  Not saying it's better than the IH cab but far better than one on a 56 series. 

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15 minutes ago, nate said:

I crawled in and out.   It wasnt much different than the factory cab.    I think If IH had put park towards the rear of the shifting pattern you would have far less complainers.   

 

 

 

The cab was very quiet running at quarter throttle.  Not saying it's better than the IH cab but far better than one on a 56 series. 

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If they had the park towards the rear the safety issue was if someone slipped getting in and grabbed the park lock handle it would come out of park. This would have been dangerous compared to the other way

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Wow looks like that was a nice auction to go to. Very nice equipment 

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