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    Purchase of 3046r with 385A advice

    I am looking for some feedback on a 3046R.

    I currently own a 2013 2520 with bh46 that has 300 hours on it. The dealer is offering $11k for trade.

    The 3046r with 385A is $45700.

    Does this sound like a good deal? I really don't want to go through hastle of selling the 2520. I was hoping to get 15k for 2520.
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    $4K might be worth a little hassle.

    I would hold out a bit and try and sell it yourself. If you don't appear to be overly eager to make a quick deal, the dealer might be inclined to sweeten the pot.
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    Don't know what your situation is as far as how fast you want or need to make the deal on the new machine.
    I was in a bit of a crunch when I sold my 2320 a bit over 5 years ago. We were moving and the wife said it needed to go, because we would have no need for it after we moved. (Well that didn't fully happen, thankfully) However, she was right in that it was the right thing to do at the time.
    Anyway, you'll get much more for it as a private party than you will on a trade. You do have to contend with the "tire kickers" and no shows, but I was happy with the deal I made with the purchaser. If I'd have had more time I could have gotten even more for it.
    It was a 2007 2320 with FEL and backhoe and 60" drive over deck. It was always garaged and had low hours on it. Buyer got a good machine.

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    Look on Tractorhouse.com to see what prices your tractor is selling at. When I sold my 1023e, I was surprised how many people were interested. It sold quick.
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    Thanks you for all the replies. I will see what the dealer can do to better the deal.

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