Posted by Longmeadow farm on December 26, 2012 at 12:27:05 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: 190XT Pro's Con's posted by Wicksfield on December 24, 2012 at 12:20:56:
Series III have a 4 pinion differential. Heavy tillage work often took the rear ends out of the early 190xt. Constant mesh 4 speed transmission was reliable but only if you were careful/patient during shifting, which most people were not... so you get lots of slipping out of gear problems. Serial number range: 23001 to 30938. The 190 had an optional hydraulically actuated PTO clutch for a fully independent PTO. Using a large round bale baler without the independent PTO can become rather tiresome, but it depends on the baler. I used a 100 series tractor many years ago with a generation 1 John Deere round baler. After a 50 - 60 bale afternoon... I was ready for the funny farm.
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