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LanceB 37728 305 JD 4630 either
JD 4630
She looks kinda rough, but still gets the job done. This one
is coming up on auction. Check out the sale bill at:

http://richandrichauctioneers.com/hythe.htm

Lance
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Re: JD 4630
Lance

We have a few 4630's around here, used mainly for tillage or
chopping silage too big for most of the other work. Most
tractors here are 100 hp or less. But what I really want to
know is what a good 4630 sells for in your area? Most here
are transplants from row crop country. where they were to
big for general purpose use and to small for tillage work

Roy
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Re: JD 4630
Roy, I think a good 4630 here would sell for between
10,000-15,000 dollars, depending on hours. Tractors here
normally sell cheaper than in the midwest, because we use
equipment harder, since we grow tobacco and cotton, which
requires lots of work on tractors. A 4630 here would be a
tillage tractor on many farms, but most guys here have
bought Magnums or or have 40, 50 or 55 series Deeres. Hpe
this helps. Take care,

Lance
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