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    Quote Originally Posted by bboomerbootcamp View Post
    That is a Dozer I plan to look at, will see how it goes down the sidewalk.
    Please read the ad carefully. The way I read it, the dozer is not being sold, but the blade and hyd are being sold for $1750. If the whole dozer and blade is for sale for that price, I will have a guy there with a wad of cash in a few minutes. I could be wrong, but that's my take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmirror View Post
    Please read the ad carefully. The way I read it, the dozer is not being sold, but the blade and hyd are being sold for $1750. If the whole dozer and blade is for sale for that price, I will have a guy there with a wad of cash in a few minutes. I could be wrong, but that's my take.
    I'll take 3 more for $1750, I really get it on the price thing

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    Default How about a D6...and in AZ!

    Quote Originally Posted by bboomerbootcamp View Post
    Sorry for the vague title group. I've been on here for a few years watching and learning. I am in a position to buy a dozer. I have spoke with Ed in Kingman about a D7 which sounds and for all purposes looks good. After giving it some thought and narrowing it down my preference would be getting a machine with blade and one that can be trans ported with my F550, and most importantly sorted out and running. So if anyone reading has something available, are not to far away, would like blade and must be sorted out functional please pm me with your vitals. I will be traveling this week to Las Wages to look at a D2 and hope to swing into Kingman and check out Eds heard.
    Have you seen this one?....

    https://prescott.craigslist.org/hvd/5605885112.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crawler Dollars View Post
    That one is listed in about 12 to 15 Craigs Lists locations, It always scares me when someone post the stuff in every CL city in the southwest and then none of the ads give a good location of where the dozer actually is. Sorry, thats allot of words to say, scammer, or at least someone fishing and I'm not dealing with them

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    I see that it's listed by a 'Dealer', so that's probably the reason for placing it in multiple locations. Just for fun, I replied asking the machines ACTUAL location. I'll post if he replies back.

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    After years of reading through CL ads I've gotten quit good at spotting the fishy post, I love the ones that say Phoenix and in the back ground is a Dairy farm. The 800 area code is always a good hint it is a dealer or broker or spam post, you call and you become the next victim for there game and your spam box fills if you respond in a email. On the bright side, it does seem to come down too, the thrill of the chase, I'm still on the hunt for some good dozer candidates, so keep em coming!

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    That one's pretty good though, in that it has electric start and a toolbar blade so you could use it as an ag tractor too. There are crops in the background so they might have used it in that capacity.
    Cheers,
    Neil.

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    Yes Neil, I think the dozer could be located outside of Phoenix in the ag belt, Buckeye or Gila Bend, maybe even Yuma southern Calif. Will be interesting to hear where it's from. I've seen it on CL from ElPaso to San Fran, will see. At 30,000 lbs might be a bit out of my reach for hauling behind my F550.

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    Default Something's not right

    The ad says 1880 hours but the grouser's don't support that number. It does look pretty clean. As others have said, the dealer wants wide coverage so placed the ad in many CL.

    JanM

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    Default FerarriDoctor

    QUOTE "so I have no need for the dozer blade and would like to sell it. You can come and see it work and you take it off so you know how it fits and you have all the hardware."

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