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  1. nashmach

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    You Are letting your guard down now admitting You know who Is In Fair City.....

    I'd say You Will up At The auction yet winking :Thumbp2:
     
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    The range command automatic only changes up the power command changes up and down when in automatic mode.
     
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    Without a doubt or had a replacement dash which resets to zero, 'sfunny in all the stuff he has advertised only that and a crashed Fiesta have a price kinda says needs rid of.
     
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    Has a saurmann hitch fitted too so she must have been an import.
    I'd say she has a good bit of work done.
    The op mentioned he bought he's one for handy money.
    Might be no bad idea to put a couple of thousand into it and he'd have a flaming tractor
     
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    Front links and replacement hitch so possibly French or Dutch. Hopefully French considering the stories of clocking in Holland....
     
  7. Mike

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    Replacement hitch could be just replacing the sloppy NH one.
     
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    The state of cab cladding around the passenger seat not inspiring. I have seen ones with 20,000 hrs will only some cracking and not as bad as that. .
     
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    One thing about the 4 floor chains is if one side goes you will always get the load out , has happened out Richard western a few times .
     
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    7500 and sold already, didn't look too bad.

    That loader would need to go though or else be fitted properly with axle bracing brackets.
     
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    Is that paint original?
     
  18. eddie86

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    I imagine it is. don't think he bothers with anything that isn't original. (the rims aren't)
    He had a leopard 90 last year, even better condition.
     
  19. laoisfarmer

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    He does touch up some older tractors
     
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    I've never seen rims with that colour scheme on a Same in the past. Maybe it was an export thing rather than replacements.

    Very tidy tractor for 390 money with 390 power with a much better cab.
     
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    Case Puma 140 with LRZ120 loader
    £33,750 +VAT

    Case Puma 140 tractor in immaculate condition. Year 2007, only 4540 genuine hours, 140HP 6 Cylinder turbo engine, 50Kph Power Command transmission, front axle suspension, three speed PTO, four electric spools plus electric joystick with mid mount valves, push out hitch, air con, heated seat, air seat, passenger seat, sunroof, heated electric mirrors, auto steer ready, air brakes. Michelin 540/65 R28 front tyres and Michelin 650/65 R38 (70% allround). Fitted with Stoll / Case LRZ120 front loader which is self levelling with boom suspension and euro headstock. Good spec tractor in excellent condition, not done much loader work, has been well looked after

    Crickley case.jpg

    https://www.crickleyhilltractors.co...e-puma-140-with-lrz120-loader-201812253475669
     
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    What I was trying to point out was relative to this one at over €50k. Keep the money in the wallet and if even the engine and gearbox needed work there would be plenty in the kitty ?
    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/20881119

    I accept the 51k one is a fine example.
     
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