Posted by Banditfarmer on December 25, 2012 at 08:01:32 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 190XT Pro's Con's posted by Wicksfield on December 24, 2012 at 12:20:56:
There are several things to look at. Make sure it dosent jump out of any gear and the power director (hand clutch)works right and dosent creep. One of the biggest things to look at on theses is the tork tube to the transmission area for welds or cracks in the castings, If it has a turbo or been turned up you realy need to look at this area. If I remember right it went like this, 190, 190XT, 190XT Land Handler, 190XT Land Handler11(2) and a Land Handler 111(3) if I remember right. The 190 just about all were snap coupler and the 190XT could be SC or 3pt and the land Handlers were all 3pt. All the 190's were good tractors and the later ones were better dew to the updates that were made. I would like to have one myself but could never get one because I was a day late or a dollar short. Bandit
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