OPEN STATION, MFWD, 9/3 SYNCRO TRANSMISSION, DUAL MID MOUNT SCV WITH JOYSTICK, 16.9-28 REAR, 9.5X24 FRTS, R-1 AG TREAD, FRONT WEIGHT BRACKET, 6 FRONT WEIGHTS, 2 REAR HYD OUTLETS, JOHN DEERE CANOPY, LOOKS BRAND NEW.|North America|English Operators Manual and Decal Kit|4 Wheel Drive|Dual Mid Valves with Joystick Control|16.9-28 In. 6PR R1 Bias|9.5-24 In. 6PR R1 Bias ...more
2008 Case IH Farmall 95 MFWD Tractor W/Loader, 575 Hrs Showing, FPT Turbocharged And Intercooled 4-Cyl, Diesel, Water Cooled Engine, 12 Forward Speeds, 540 PTO, Small 1000 PTO, Heater, AC, Radio, 320/85R24 Front Tires, 18.4-30 Rear Tires, 2 Wheel Steering, 3 Point Hitch, Block Heater, Additional Lighting Package With Beacon Light, 2 Auxiliary Hydraulics, 2 Doors, 12 Reverse Speeds, Rear PTO Location Axle(S), Mechanical Shuttle Shift Transmission *Includes* 2009 Model L730 Quick Attach Loader SN: Y9WLE4212, Quick Attach Mid Mounted Hydraulic Block, Live Hydraulic Joystick, Third Function For Grapple, 8 Foot Bucket, Standard Skid Loader Quick Attach Mount For Bucket, SN: Z8JP51190 ...more
The first three-wheeled, front-end loader was invented by brothers Cyril and Louis Keller in Rothsay, Minnesota, in 1957. The Kellers built the loader to help a farmer, Eddie Velo, mechanize the process of cleaning turkey manure from his barn. The light and compact machine, with its rear caster wheel, was able to turn around within its own length, while performing the same tasks as a conventional front-end loader.
25HP-55HP compact 4WD tractors powered with fuel-efficient engines, showcasing superior performance and maneuverability in addition to lower emissions, noise and vibration. Available in various chassis sizes, these tractors are tailored to landowners, small farmers (typically 30 acres or less) and commercial users. Each model includes more standard features and boasts superior performance at a lower price than the competition.
The wheels on a skid steer typically have no steering mechanism, they are in a fixed, straight line relative to the body of the machine. By turning the left and right wheel pairs at different speeds, the machine turns by skidding, or dragging its wheels across the ground. The rigid frame and strong wheel bearings prevent the torsional forces caused by this dragging motion from damaging the machine. This skidding motion tears up the ground on which the machine operates.
SANY hydraulic excavators are precision-engineered digging tools built with industry-leading technology and highest-grade components to offer you maximum job site productivity. Our engines deliver top performance and tremendous power, with increased fuel efficiency and low emissions. Multiple working modes, intelligent control systems and a variety of attachments and parts allow versatile operation in all kinds of work environments. Whether it’s mining, road building, civil engineering, or general construction, SANY excavators are ready and able to get the job done.
New Holland TD95D MFWD Tractor, 1647 Hrs Showing, 80 PTO Hp, 3.9L 4-Cyl Turbo-Diesel Engine, 12-Speed Shuttle Shift Transmission, CAT II 3-Pt Hitch, 540/1000 RPM PTO, (3) Remotes, AM/FM Radio, Cab W/Heat & A-C, Foot Throttle, KMW Quick-Attach Loader W/85" Bucket & Grapple, 2-Prong Bale Spear, Joystick Control, 18.4R34 Rear Tires, 13.6R24 Front Tires, NOTE: Grapple Would Not Operate On Listing Day, SN: 24015477 ...more
I was happy with my $9,000 purchase price, if not a little stunned. Except for our house, which was only possible thanks to a big mortgage, this was the largest single purchase I’d ever made. More than my truck. More than my wife’s car. But auction houses charge additional fees that you need to be mindful of. At the auction I attended, the buyer’s fee was 10 percent for total sales under $1,000 and 1 percent for sales above $1,000. Credit card payments were an additional 2 percent, which I was OK with because I got the equivalent of 3 percent cash back in points and had the dinero to pay it right off – thanks to months of tight living.
Fifty-five farmers and assorted country folk clustered around the auctioneer. Bidding on the New Holland was fast and fierce. Then, the Kubota was up. “$15,000, can I get $15,000,” the auctioneer sang through a megaphone. “How about 10? Can I get 10? $10,000?” My buddy Kyle had told me never to bid first. They always start high, so wait for the drop and let someone else kick it off. “Nice Kubota, backhoe, good machine, how about 7, can I get 7?” A card went up. A guy in overalls near the front had bid. “We have 7, how about 7-5, 7-5.” Shaking like baby deer, I raised my card. “7-5, in the back. Can I get 8, 8, 8?” Overalls raised his card. “8-5, 8-5.”