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510 dresser how much ?

Discussion in 'Wheel Loaders' started by cat320, Jan 8, 2011.

  1. cat320

    cat320 Charter Member

    Nov 7, 2003
    what is a 1994 dresser 510 loader with 7K+ hours worth ? that's 17 years old i know when we sold hour old H60 hough you could not give the thing away .
  2. BAD5oh

    BAD5oh Well-Known Member

    Apr 3, 2009
    Woburn, MA
    Are you talking about the one on Craigslist for 15K? If so, looks like a pretty nice machine in the pics. For that price and new center pins I think it's worth the ride.

    You may know the machine but we own the 95 515C from Burlington Dodge. We paid 30k 3 years ago with 1300 hrs. Today it has 1800. In the guy's description it says oil out of the breather tube. I wonder if he was looking at the blowby tube. Even our 515 has some oil around the tube

    We own a 515 and 520 and I know them really well. I could gladly take a look at it for you if you want. and also show you the diverter valve setup in the 515 for a PA plow without having to plumb a 3rd valve. I work in Burlington