It's not $1,200 ...it is $1,234 that is usually an indication that it is an arm and a leg
I get the same $1234 priced trucks here all the time, none ever turn out to be real.This was down below that tractor inspector posted. 1956 F350 dump truck for $1200? Is that true or an auction. I would go get that. It is only 30 miles away.
This truck is fully operational. We haul stone and firewood with it. Dump bed works. All emblems are intact. Headlight s, turn signals, wipers, heater and defroster all work. You can drive this home....www.facebook.com
That's one sharp looking tractor but I don't get the idea of aluminum rims on a garden tractor.Take a look at this beauty! He'll never get what he is asking but it is a beautiful 430.
430 John Deere lawn tractor. Yamar Diesel engine, hydrostatic transmission with hi and low. Hydraulic deck with 3 point hydraulic lift. Front outer hydraulics for attachments. Excellent condition...www.facebook.com
Looks like a pre-cleaner like what is/was used on many farm tractors.Also, what is that sticking up through the hood on the one with the snow blower?
The one PA318Guy posted about appears to have the bolt and not the line, but its hard to tell. Usually with the line, you don't see the round silver dot on the neck. Nearly everyone I've seen with a line has had a brass fitting with a barb made right on it and a hard black nylon tube. The JD parts catalog shows a bent steel line and ferule on a flared end.Probably worth it T B
njtractor I am looking for that set up ...are you talking about the one that PA318Guy told us about?...I can't make it out
I never heard of that one before.i buy/sell my items on craiglist, no problem. also use nextdoor.com for sale section
I can't say I really took notice that close but I think all the one's I've ever seen had the bolt in the side of the filler neck. I thought it odd because I couldn't figure out how the fuel gauge type cap would ever fit, they always have a plain cap and no gauge.The one PA318Guy posted about appears to have the bolt and not the line, but its hard to tell. Usually with the line, you don't see the round silver dot on the neck. Nearly everyone I've seen with a line has had a brass fitting with a barb made right on it and a hard black nylon tube. The JD parts catalog shows a bent steel line and ferule on a flared end.
I've seen too many with this same type 3/8" philips head bolt in the hole for it to be just coincidence or someone just randomly shoving a bolt in an open hole. I'm thinking it may be a change made to the later model 430 tractors or some sort of service bulletin or recall? I find it hard to believe that so many just happened to find the exact same bolt to plug the hole with. This pic is of one I bought for its engine about 8 years ago. (I used the engine to power a bandsaw mill).
Scroll down, and they have more of an explanation.I never heard of that one before.
When I go to that link I don't see anything for sale, just a page that wants me address and email?
I don't even see any explanation as to what the site is or is about.
WOW. I knew the 4xx machines were very solid, but I don't know the subtleties between models, I kind of lumped them all together. But 1,200 pounds without the deck? Man, that is a tank!!The 425 may be newer, but its a good bit lighter and not a diesel. The 430 is around 1,200 lbs without a deck, the 425 is only around 850 or so. They're very different machines.