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Re: cat 3204 vs 3116 engine

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02-10-2014 15:47:42

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You probably should worry more about the hydrostatic transmission in either more than the engine. Either engine can be fixed or replace fairly cheap but the hydro transmission will cost more than the machine is worth if it is an old machine.

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James Raney

02-10-2014 18:24:29

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 Re: cat 3204 vs 3116 engine in reply to jm., 02-10-2014 15:47:42  
Would it be better to go with a loader that has a power shift transmission instead of a hydrostatic?

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02-11-2014 07:07:04

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 Re: cat 3204 vs 3116 engine in reply to James Raney, 02-10-2014 18:24:29  
hydrostat is much quicker than powershift---and the rear engine gives you so much more visibility of the bucket---would trade my powershift any day for a good hydrostat

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02-11-2014 07:12:10

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 Re: cat 3204 vs 3116 engine in reply to dpendzic, 02-11-2014 07:07:04  
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By the way i have the Mitsubishi 3204 in my D3B--great reliable engine--only common defect is the plastic valves in the transfer pump

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