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I'm in need of getting some bids on having some tractors hauled a long distance. I have been getting a few bids by placing an ad on USHIP. The prices are much higher than I had expected and wondered what other places I could request bids from?

Hoping to save some money if at all possible.

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Are they Ag tractors? Can you tell us the model and the weight of them?
Yes, they are all ag tractors. One is a Farmall 806 diesel. I believe the weight is around 9,000 lbs or possibly a lil more.
International 504 gas--around 4,500 lbs.

I'd rather pay somebody to haul the two above mentioned tractors together.

John Deere Model 70--gotta look that one up.

International 4366--I bet that one is over 22,000 lbs.

For now, I just want to focus on what the costs will be for the Farmall 806 and the IH 504.

The cost for hauling the 4366 is scaring me.:hide:

There are several other tractors that I think I'll be able to haul myself.
 

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I guess the next question would be, how far do you need them hauled and also will they be loaded at the same place/stop?
 

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Having a Location "way out there" is not going to help, if someone on the forum might be able to help
 

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I just payed to have my 110 shipped from Montana to Michigan for $2,500. It was right around 2,000 miles one way hauled on a flat bed semi. Hopefully this helps estimate.
 
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