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Re: 60's/70's Farmall IHC Help

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10-14-2013 10:30:46

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Since you're doing mostly hay,think seriously about a Hydro.Nothing better for haying than a hydro.Every body says"they're expencive to repair"(try OHing a JD powershift).Ive owned 3 of them(Hydro 100;1026;826).They are capable of any farm job includeing tillage.They are not as fuel efficient as a 'gear' tractor,but not bad.You just have to know how to run the In fact it(826) doesnt use any more fuel than my turbo 706(310).The 1026 used about the same as the 1256,the Hydro 100 was the economy king

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10-14-2013 12:49:39

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 Re: 60's/70's Farmall IHC Help in reply to DeltaRed, 10-14-2013 10:30:46  
Thanks again to all for the great feedback I'm not familiar with the "Hydro" tractors but I will definitely take a look at them. Is there a special reason they are so good for haying?

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10-14-2013 13:54:50

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 Re: 60's/70's Farmall IHC Help in reply to Jay Geneva, 10-14-2013 12:49:39  
Hydrostatic drive.As was said above."Infinitely Variable Speed" at the push/pull of a lever.Not to be confused with the (new) JohnDeere IVT(infinitely variable transmission)According to my local JD dealer,that trans costs $25,000+ to repair....

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