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Re: 1355 Moline

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Alan K

04-20-2013 07:09:00

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Ive seen one up close that someone had taken the 585 out and installed an 800 lp. That was at Roger Mohr's at his Expo 90 show in 1990. I thought someone said on the dyno it showed 215hp. But I agree I dont believe they ever came that way with the 800s in them. Ive heard of a few A4T possibly with them.

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04-20-2013 18:38:57

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 Re: 1355 Moline in reply to Alan K, 04-20-2013 07:09:00  
Weren't the 800 over 200hp factory, or am I wrong, that's a big motor, especially for its time, everyone thinks a 855 cummins is so big, but mm had a 800 way earlier. I like the diesel, I know a lot of people don't like the 585 but, most people don't use them to hard anymore, I bet 50% never do much work anymore, I've seen the 800s in a4ts and wouldn't mind owning one. Heard when they put them in the a4t they lock out first gear due to all the torque, don't know if that's true, but I've heard that.

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Alan K

04-20-2013 21:59:37

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 Re: 1355 Moline in reply to G1355, 04-20-2013 18:38:57  
I believe some of them might have been. I remember seeing some of the A4Ts or Plainsman that were listed at 169 pto hp. I agree, it is a big motor.

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