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Should I buy this 680L 1991 case???? HELP
this is a dry 680L 1991 with about 7300 hours on it.
|ian||14,500 isn't a bad price for that machine depends on if you are going to be using it for a buisness or on a farm it will last forever being used on a farm type setting but to be used every day 9 to 5 and have to be dependable 7,500 hours is alot not so many it couldn't be used in a buisness but the engine would probaly need to be overhauled tranny the normal things. or it could run like new for 20,000 more hours i'd go for it!
|BOB||If you need a big machine like this, and all is functional, it's a bargain. This series 680 was the best of all, powerfull, 6 cyl Consolidated engine, powershift trans., although, it was prone to breaking the boom where the boom cyls connect. Good luck BOB
|Sean||Machine looks square enough and appears not to have been abused,looks dry and clean as well,its a big minus to see that its got a standard bucket fitted,a 4 in 1 would be a very handy asset esp one with forks attached,never the less its good workhorse and should give you years and years of service,7300 hours for 17 years is very low,in my neck of the woods 2000 hrs a year would be average,if the clock is right its got less than 4 years work done so it should be a good buy.
|todd Snyder||Well, after lots of lots of consideration, being still on the fence, Finally what tipped me against getting this was the shipping folks kept jerking me around. Changed their price 250 bucks when I added 11 miles to the pick up point.
I'm going to get something more local, auction maybe. I dont need it just yet anyway and I'll have the winter to save up more money.
|todd snyder||So what did you guys think of the weld bead on the bottom pin for the hoe?
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