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02-15-2013 19:40:32

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Not an international guy but our local case dealer turned a 1066 up to 250hp for a guy hasn't hurt it yet.

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02-21-2013 12:20:51

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 Re: 1466 in reply to G1355, 02-15-2013 19:40:32  
He hasn"t weighted it past putting fluid in the tires then. We had one pushing well over 200 hp (think it had a 466 crank in it), when we had it dyno"d the JD mechanic cut the dyno out when it was climbing quickly past 170 at a high idle. When we put weights up front for plowing one year we spun an axle in a wheel center. After that we let her spin a little.


The 15"s had a completely different geartrain, with helical gears and planetary finals. I don"t know what it would take to tear one apart, but ours was turned up to the point you could follow its track around the field by the smoke cloud on a still night pulling the chopper. Its smoke was still moving at a very good pace passing the high tension power lines.

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02-15-2013 20:45:38

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 Re: 1466 in reply to G1355, 02-15-2013 19:40:32  
I thought I heard somewhere 210 is as high as you can go with the stock pump, though some tractors are more lively than others. Jim

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02-16-2013 08:34:20

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 Re: 1466 in reply to Fixerupper, 02-15-2013 20:45:38  
I don't know, not an international guy, they put it on the Dyno and it was 252. My brother works at the case dealer and was telling me about it.

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