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Re: 2090 vs 1070

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big jt

04-19-2013 22:22:09
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I have had both. 1070 that Dad bought new and a 2290 we got with a thousand hours on it at the time.

HANDS DOWN 2290!!

1070 was bull and pinion final drive 90 is planetary. 2290 has a pod mounted cab 10 has the dash attached to the rest of the tractor, as they aged it made a huge difference in noise and heat. Don't even get me started on servicing the batteries, nothing to it on a 90 series.

Other than the final drives there isn't much difference mechanically. 2290 has 22 horse on a 1070, also has a turbo.

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04-19-2013 22:28:31
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 Re: 2090 vs 1070 in reply to big jt, 04-19-2013 22:22:09  
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But he is asking about the smaller 2090. The 2090 is actually rated a couple of horsepower less than the 1070. I've never had or run a 1070 but from what I have seen and heard the 2090 should handle just as much load as the 1070, it is a bigger engine (504 non turbo). My 2090 has gone well over 7000 hours on the original engine and seems good for a few thousand more.
Yes, 90 series cabs are a big improvement on the 70 series. Engine service is a lot easier with the lifting hood of the 90 series. Better brakes too. Wet brakes on the 90 series. Never had to adjust or repair anything on the brakes of my 2090. 70 series I believe are dry and subject to burning out if you forget to release the park brake.

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04-19-2013 22:24:17
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 Re: 2090 vs 1070 in reply to big jt, 04-19-2013 22:22:09  
Oh yeah 1070 was traded on a 2294 and 2290 is still working on my farm.



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