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Hydrostatic transmission. Infinitely variable speed.
The problem is if they go bad they go really bad and it's $5000+ to fix one.
Gas hydros are gutless fuel-sucking pigs. Diesel hydros are so in-demand that you're going to pay way too much for one.
The big 06 and 56 series (1206, 1256, 1456) are becoming collectibles, so you will pay a price premium for one.
706's are the most common of all of them. 756s are kinda rare.
With any of these "large frame" tractors, repairs will be extensive and expensive. If you get a good one it will last you a good long time, but if you get one that needs a TA and/or engine work, it's going to cost you to fix, but when you get it back, it will last you a good long time.
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