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The 1490 could be had 2 different ways.
3 speed with reverse range transmission, with a 4 speed powershift within each range. The trade name for this was a "Hydrashift" 12 forward speeds 3 reverse. The 4 speed is on the dash.
The other is a 2 speed High/Low range, with a 2 speed underdrive, With a partially synchronized 3 speed with reverse. 12 F, 4 reverse. The two 2 speeds are shifted by your left ankle.
For a loader I would prefer the syncro over the Hydrashift because the Hydra starts out in 1st every time you push in the clutch, then shifts up through the higher gears to get to where you left it.
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