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MeathMassey3

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Just alittle especially with no hitch. She's clean doh. Was looking at his dd page and he has a 100-90 for almost the same money plus vat..
He has 3 or 4 180-90. He must have every 90 series fiat going as Well as every case from a 955 to a 1455 and a few tidy mb trac as well.
 

candor

Moderator/IT Guy
Snap: https://www.donedeal.ie/tractors-for-sale/tanco-t-130-loader-for-parts-or-repair/29087600

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MF30

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Not sure I figure out how this one works.
Its a David Thomas post knocker. Also known as a tractor back end breaker. If you drop it on a stake and miss it a few times you’ll end up with your top link bracket plus other parts on the ground too.
 

Arthur

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Not sure I figure out how this one works.
It's a lot of steel for a €1.00 , wouldn't he be better off to get scrap value for it.........................................
 

drew

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Would a brand new one be much more?

Herbst would surely be comparable for quality?
€9450 for a sparky new delivered
 

drew

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€11,600 or so unless vat registered, still less than the Chieftain
My bad I forgot to add on the vat but still cheaper. Only thing I couldn’t work out was if the chieftain was on springs but I’m pretty certain it’s also on bogies. I don’t know at that age but chieftains used to have a tendency to do the splits if I’m not mistaken?
 

Seedsower

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Herbst had a better name than chieftain for quality.
Chieftain were a bit like Fleming in ways,built for a price.
I saw a drawbar of a chieftain snap and it was way too light for the job
 

c4l

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only issue with the herbst but is probably not a deal breaker is the single ram on the door?
 
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