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#1 toomanytoys84 OFFLINE  

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Posted December 28, 2015 - 07:50 PM

http://pittsburgh.cr...5360735163.html

What can you tell me about this?

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Posted December 28, 2015 - 08:10 PM

I don't know much about the Deere's and I don't do values, but I will add that I saw a near identical unit sell at auction here in Missouri this fall. 
It was a round fender with hydraulics, blade, deck, and blower in comparable condition.   Only difference it had ag's on the rear and [I think] tri ribs on the front.

It brought somewhere around $950-$1000


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Posted December 28, 2015 - 08:30 PM

So the hydraulic on it are factory?

Was it hydrostatic or gear? What did the hydraulics give you? Lift? Pto?

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Posted December 28, 2015 - 08:34 PM

Gear 4 speed transmission, hydraulic lift on the rockshaft only but that includes mid, front, and rear attachments thru linkages. All factory attachments are belt driven via mule drives.

The hydraulic pump is self contained and mounts above the engine, and has a small cylinder that attaches to the rockshaft.
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Posted December 28, 2015 - 08:41 PM

The hydraulic lift was first available in '66 on the 110/112 and was also available in '67 on them.  '66/'67 RFs are the most common.  I would consider getting a price from the items included:

Solid Model 38 deck - $150

Model 42 blade with all parts - $125-150

Model 36 blower with all parts - $150 

 

Seems fair to me for a worker if it runs good and does not smoke.


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Posted December 28, 2015 - 08:51 PM

Thanks for the great information. I emailed him about to see if he had more pictures and where exactly he was instead of South West PA. I despise when people do that.

I said no tractors but I've never seen a hydraulic lift jd 110. Would be a super cool light restore to use as a working girl.
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Posted December 28, 2015 - 10:42 PM

Thanks for the great information. I emailed him about to see if he had more pictures and where exactly he was instead of South West PA. I despise when people do that.

I said no tractors but I've never seen a hydraulic lift jd 110. Would be a super cool light restore to use as a working girl.

I've never seen one either.

I've never liked there clutch/brake and their shift pattern


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Posted December 29, 2015 - 01:28 AM

On paper it looks like a decent deal where i live, which is expensive.  hydro lift is very nice in a worker.  The attachments are always in demand, a lot of collectors for jd means you can part it out if it dies a horrible death.  or just don't need all 3 implements and want to recoup some funds.  if they fit a 112 or 140 even better, lots of those still going

 

 i had a 68 k301 jake that would work hard for around 1/2 hour then would let me know when to let up.  i'd throttle down when not under load, changed oil twice a year, got a newer backup for the heavy stuff.  always waited for a rod or balance gear to go bang, fortunately never happened.  plowing was hard on it so replaced with a newer k tractor... a hydro jd.

 

i think the lower hp k series might last longer, just a theory, think that tractor has a 7 or 8horse.  would make a nice addition to a small fleet, good luck


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Posted December 29, 2015 - 08:22 AM

As for attachments - those are unique to the RF machines and will only work on the later 110/112 with adapters.  They will NOT work on the 120/140/300 series without serious fab skills.

 

The 110 in question has a k181 in it and I found the RF 110 more than capable when removing snow.  The only real problem I saw was limited traction.  The pic is me taking care of 8" of snow a half a blade width at a time.

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Posted December 29, 2015 - 09:18 PM

Well I had planned to go look at this tractor this weekend. But my wife's news I'll be using my extra funds for other projects in the house.

If anyone else is interested feel free to buy it up.




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