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3500 ford tractor w/ loader-backhoe
|Russell pugh||I may have to pick up a 1967 ford 3500 loader backhoe from auction, does anyone have an idea how much this tractor with loader and backhoe would weigh. I would rather not have to take semi to pick it up but not sure if my car trailer would handle it going to be about 250 miles away.
|Shaun Wallace||About 7000 lbs.
|Harvey Irwin||I just brought my 3500 home and it was all of 2 ton (4000 lb) without a bucket or the back blade. With a bucket (500 lb) and a back hoe (1200 lb) you would be pushing 3 ton. I used a 3 axle trailer and you could tell that it was back there.
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