If it's still on here, it's still for sale. Is a good running tractor. I have owners manual and service manual that go with tractor. Both tell how to do/make adjustments or most anything you wanna do with this tractor. 1973 model. Had new clutch, pressure plate, and release bearing put in it about 150 hours use ago. Had new 8 ply tires, and new tubes, with ballast fluid about 40 hours ago. Has tool box, and extra step. Telescopic steering wheel so you can plow stand up. I was told the front tires were original, and still good. Last 12 years, only used to bush hog a 12 acre field once a year. 10 foot bush hog is on tractor, incase you want to see it mow. I'm keeping bush hog for my new tractor. Is kept in a dry barn. Motor oil is still clean after a years use, May need an oil pan gasket. I'm gonna tighten up the bolts, and try this. When you cut it off, it will drip 4 or 5 drips of oil, and then stop. Most diesel tractors will turn engine oil black in a year. Is a 65 to 71 HP Perkins engine. Power shift on 180 works fine. Power shift allows you to go to a lower gear, just by flipping a lever, in case it gets in a hard pull. Is a diesel and is real good on fuel usage. I have kept the hydro oil, and motor oil changes regular. Has wheel weights, and heavy weight mounted on the front. Has a tool box on tractor. Book says this Rhino bush hog weighs 2100 pounds. Has 2 remotes in back. Is farm fresh, never been washed. This Fergie 3 point lift, lifts bush hog fine...Is a good tractor. I just needed one with a front-end loader...If interested, send me your phone #, and I will call you...thanks james...Oh, hours on 180 High Crop tractor are; 3,242....very low hours...Runs great!
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