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John Deere Combine engine ?


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Old 02-15-2010, 12:58 PM
Bunky Bunky is offline
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Question John Deere Combine engine ?

I have been checking out the john deere Combine stationary engines online (L series) and was wondering what a used engine would go for ??
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Default Re: John Deere Combine engine ?

I have seen them go for anything from $250 to $600, depending
on overall condition and how complete they are.
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Default Re: John Deere Combine engine ?

Steve has the price Right On!... I have one and don't use it for anything except just like to start it up and listen to that "John Deere Sound" they are nice Engines I gave $200 for mine BUT that was in 1999 so those posted prices are somewhat .Larry KF4LKU
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Default Re: John Deere Combine engine ?

They are really hard to find now days, so be prepared to spend some serious bucks to buy one! thanks; sonny
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