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Pasquale tractors

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04-04-2000 14:15:02

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Several years ago I saw a really impressive, dimensionally small but very heavy duty tractor. Brand name was Pasquale, made in Italy, diesel powered, gear drive, articulated, 4wd, with several attachments available. Its the only one I've ever seen but I just heard that there are others with similar features. Anyone know anything about these? Dealers? etc? Thanks jon

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Steven Wood

07-18-2002 14:27:50

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 Re: Gravely vs. John Deere in reply to don't ask, 07-18-2002 14:16:12  
JD had just entered the consumer tractor market at that time, so the JD would be more buggy. The JD would have more problems than the Gravely, for Gravely has been building consumer tractors for years. The Gravely has more stuff to go wrong, but in my experience the engines have more problems than the tractors. Gravelys are built to last. It actually more depends on what you will be doing. If you are just going to be mowing, buy the JD, if you want to do more, buy the Gravely.

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03-25-2002 18:29:39

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 Re: Re: pasquale tractors in reply to Jere Dixon, 12-17-2001 07:31:43  
Just bought a Pasquale tractor. Maybe 1965-1972. Has anyone found parts, etc for these tractors?
Mechanically sound, but accessory parts needed. Body work needed also.

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Gary Lysne

09-27-2002 07:49:57

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 Re: Re: Re: pasquale tractors in reply to Tim, 03-25-2002 18:29:39  
I have a Pasquale tractor, 24 hp air cooled diesel, 4x4, with loader. They had two engines, mine happens to have a rugirini, the other was a lombardini I believe. My volatage regulator fried the other day so am looking for a source for parts, I have been told they are stilll imported on the east coast, but have had no success in locating> I have a 3 ring binder listing some if not all of the models and implements that was given to me when I bought the tractor if I can be of help to anyone, please contact.

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Slade Lovejoy

02-14-2003 14:26:24

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: pasquale tractors in reply to Gary Lysne, 09-27-2002 07:49:57  
I am looking at the possibility of purchasing a pasquale 997. I am not sure how to decipher the engine numbers. I know it has a ruggerini diesel eng but not sure what size. It has a loader and rear counter weight, and a rototiller and possibly more. How can I find out what it is worth? Any help would be appreciated? Please contact me if you can help?

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