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I put my Farmall H for sale a few weeks ago, and a guy wants to trade me straight across for a late styled JD A.
The H has great tires all around, wide front, working belly pump, gas engine, and X6 trans, nice tractor.
The A is a narrow front, and it looks like both the front tires are flat. He says that both rears are good, and they appear to be 14.9'd I would guess?
Kind of thinking my H might be a little more valueable than his A? What do you guys think?
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