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Re: 190XT Pro's Con's

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Too Far Gone

12-26-2012 00:49:39

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Its no heavier than a 200.You may have it weighted down,but a 185 is a lil ol tractor,just a step above running a D 19

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Jim Phelps

12-26-2012 09:21:26

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 Re: 190XT Pro's Con's in reply to Too Far Gone, 12-26-2012 00:49:39  
Nope ran it bare, no front weights or wheel weights, most of the customers wanted a full 5 by 6 bale, which usually came in around 1500 to 2000lbs depending on how dry the hay was. I had no problems with the 185 on hills ever, but like I said once it was down for repairs and I finished about 25 acres for a guy on hills with the 175, that was a different story, had to make sure I watched how big the bale was and where I was to dump it.

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Too Far Gone

12-26-2012 14:05:27

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 Re: 190XT Pro's Con's in reply to Jim Phelps, 12-26-2012 09:21:26  
You bring that operation to some of my hills and fill up your baler,you'd better hang on or get'er turned uphill.I only ever had a couple of spots that it happened,but it DID happen.All I know is that it dont push a 4430 or 1066, 1086

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