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6610 vs 6610s

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05-24-2012 04:43:20

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my apologies if this isn't quite antique enough but you have to go where people will know the answers so here I am.

I am considering a Ford 6610 for some farm duties. One of them is as a backup for disc mowing.

Does anybody know if a 6610 can handle a NH616 disc mower?

Also, what are the differences between a 6610 and a 6610s?

Thanks for any help

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05-24-2012 07:11:05

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 Re: 6610 vs 6610s in reply to Kyfarm, 05-24-2012 04:43:20  
Where's Shetland Sheepdog? He runs a NH discbine behind a 5610, I believe...

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david G

05-24-2012 05:48:25

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 Re: 6610 vs 6610s in reply to Kyfarm, 05-24-2012 04:43:20  
I have a 6610 II, it is a great tractor. I have never hooked it to mowco, so do not know about that.

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05-24-2012 05:44:23

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 Re: 6610 vs 6610s in reply to Kyfarm, 05-24-2012 04:43:20  
A 6610 will handle up to a 9-10' mower conditioner OK. Straight mower bar... a bit easier.
The 10's' series was the 10 series legacy/knockoffs that NH introduced for the developing market during 40 series production. For all intents and purposes it's the same basic 10 series tractors fitted with the updated components of the day from the 40 series but retaining the 10 series look and controls. So it will have the 40 series' Genesis engine in either the 304 N/A or turbo version depending on the model.


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05-24-2012 05:38:03

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 Re: 6610 vs 6610s in reply to Kyfarm, 05-24-2012 04:43:20  
can't comment on the disc mower.. not sure what size it is.. not familiar with that model.

a 6610 was made from82-93, 4 cyl diesel, 268ci, i see listings of 78-82 engine hp, and a pto listing of 72 pto hp. cat 2 lift, independent pto.. etc.

the 6610s was a mexican made unit, 94-2003, 4 cyl diesel, 304ci , about 85 engine hp and 80 pto hp.

I have a 7610s, it's big brother. when i got mine a year used from the dealer, it had a pretty big disc mower hooked to the back of it, and it's about 95 eng hp and 87-90 on the pto depending on who's #'s you use .

somewhere before the start of the S series, towards end of the 10.. you got the II series.. etc..


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