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Re: 190 xt

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12-14-2013 08:09:09

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Can not tell you how many where made but I can say this. The early ones had big problems with the transmission and they loved to pop out of gear. I had a diesel 190XT years ago. I liked it because it was cheap to run for its size but was way to big a tractor for my 44 acres at a tad bit under 100HP

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12-15-2013 04:28:55

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 Re: 190 xt in reply to old, 12-14-2013 08:09:09  
Series 2 xt,s had the best transmissions- 68-71 , Series 3 are terrible gear jumpers all caused by bad engineering on AC part ; it cost about 2500 to completely redo one

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12-20-2013 07:37:46

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 Re: 190 xt in reply to Rachel D, 12-15-2013 04:28:55  
I've been using my brother's 1970 190XT Series III for years pulling a chisel plow and as a planting tractor and pulling baler with zero transmission or engine problems other than bacteria in the fuel tank. It needs some brake work right now. Dad has a gasser XT that had a rear axle bearing go out. It was a 65' early model that hadn't been updated to the heavy axles that the 66' on up had. The series III is my favorite tractor to drive. Great tractor.

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12-20-2013 08:40:16

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 Re: 190 xt in reply to LonnAC7050, 12-20-2013 07:37:46  
A lot of the transmission problems are caused by people trying to shift on the fly which is bad for tractor transmissions. My self I hated the hyd steering they had since you loose engine you loose steering and in my area you best jump if that happens. That said I did like the one I had but way over kill for 44 acres when your lucky if you can do any thing with more then half that due to hills and trees

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