John Deere 350 LGP Dozer With 6 Way Blade

 
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Old 09-06-2008, 06:48 PM   #1
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John Deere 350 LGP Dozer With 6 Way Blade


Diesel, Mid to late 70's, 2200 hours, good undercarriage with 33" pads, winch, high altitude pistons. Very good condition for it's age. Nice paint and no leaks. Needs steering clutches on one side. Runs excellent and has great power. If interested email for pics and details. Asking $5,500.00 or best. Located in Central NJ.

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Re: John Deere 350 LGP Dozer With 6 Way Blade


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Diesel, Mid to late 70's, 2200 hours, good undercarriage with 33" pads, winch, high altitude pistons. Very good condition for it's age. Nice paint and no leaks. Needs steering clutches on one side. Runs excellent and has great power. If interested email for pics and details. Asking $5,500.00 or best. Located in Central NJ.

Is The 350 still for sale?

Please call 860 428-1963 and sent pix to tom@treeark.com

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Tom Burgess

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