The Ebay thread.

Discussion in 'Machinery Matters' started by BasilSeal, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. Arthur

    Arthur Well-Known Member

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    Looks like it's driveshaft sitting in the cab, why would that be removed unless it gives more access to the pump.
     
  2. Win

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    Probably they wanted to tow it, I don’t know the set up on them but guessing there’s no neutral on gearbox or hydro motor.
     
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    Mightn’t be much wrong with said machine,but if you paid for it a different machine might be delivered :cowboy::cowboy::cowboy:
     
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    They would be related to QF Tractors. Some people have got on fine with them others not so apparently.
     
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    Not to worry, I have been contacted by a Prince that I must be related too, from the Congo today and looks like my financial position is about to have a big upswing, I have the money to take the gamble



    How good a machine are the Kramer's? always liked the look of them
     
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    Don’t be too hasty sometimes it can take money a bit longer to come through especially from the Congo some finance reg thing. It will be fine but I had to send out another few k just to speed it up hopefully through in next week or two, just in case your bidding a machine allow 2-3 months
     
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    that's the value of a clean 4wd, not a 2wd with the dreaded rust bubbling under the window rubbers
     
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    And it's a Series 2 as well, I would have said 8k was plenty for it.

    I wonder was the seller hoping that those narrow front wheels would confuse someone into thinking that it was a 4wd :lol:
     
  21. Mike

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    I think one in a clearance auction in the UK made around £15,500 a few months back, it was a minter with 1600 ish hours though

    Maybe there are 2 of them for that price?
     
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    That 1600 hour one was 4wd and Generation I I I I think?
     
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    Was there a generation 4?
    She looked a beauty
     
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    Generation 3 just to clarify :lol:
     
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    No way I'd give that for a 2wd Ford and I do like the 7810's.
     

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