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  1. #1
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    Default 110 swinger

    I have no idea how much a mid 80's 110 swinger is worth. It is in pretty good shape runs well and the meter is around 1000 hours. The guy that has it wants $4700.00 for it is it worth that?

    Thanks for any help and answers,
    Toad

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    I sold a 100 with the same number of hours for $9,500 2 years ago that included a home-made trailer. Assuming there aren't hidden problems, it seems pretty cheap.

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    No mention is made of whether this machine (or Chip's) is gas or diesel powered. Not sure at what point diesels became the norm in the older Swingers.
    "People will generally accept facts as truth only if the facts agree with what they already believe."- Andy Rooney

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    Mine was a Continental gas engine. Machine had a new motor (versus a rebuild) that I put about 1,000 hours on before I sold it. The trailer was home-built from the rear axle of a dually truck.

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    I thought the 110's were the diesel and the 100's were gas

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    Jim,
    It hads a Kubota deisel

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip Euliss View Post
    Mine was a Continental gas engine. Machine had a new motor (versus a rebuild) that I put about 1,000 hours on before I sold it. The trailer was home-built from the rear axle of a dually truck.
    Where did you find a new motor???

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    Quote Originally Posted by lazybeeranch View Post
    Where did you find a new motor???
    I bought it right after the new motor was installed. He may have picked it up from A&O but that was a while ago.

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    A&O fork lift used to sell a kubota diesel repower kit

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    Default Re: 110 swinger

    Quote Originally Posted by sjvbee View Post
    A&O fork lift used to sell a kubota diesel repower kit
    Ya, unfortunately because of changes in emission standards they no longer do.

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