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Re: My new purchase

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03-23-2014 01:25:20

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Nice lookng tractor Warren. I never can get used to the 100 series with out headlights in the grille!. Does the IPTO brake work? A big secret to the life span of these brakes is to ALWAYS run the engine right down to tick-over before disengaging the PTO. Any machine that has a habit of over-running when the PTO is disengaged, like a bush-hog.....make sure you have an over-run clutch fitted. the over running of these machines destroys IPTO brakes. Good luck with your purchase..............Sam

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03-24-2014 19:30:25

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 Re: My new purchase in reply to samn40, 03-23-2014 01:25:20  
What does IPTO mean?

Thanks....Super 90 owner

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03-23-2014 02:08:22

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 Re: My new purchase in reply to samn40, 03-23-2014 01:25:20  
Thanks Sam. So it's like the Super 90 in respect to the PTO, you need to idle down to engage?disengage. It might end up with the European style headlights yet as there are some crusty spots in the grill where the lights would be. I'll probably be keeping it on the round baler for the most part. I spied a 65 two places down from where I bought this one, so I'll be checking that out if spring ever gets here.

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