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Re: g1000 v, comparable to a MF 2705?

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09-03-2013 12:24:08

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I would not even think about buying a 2705 MF.

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09-03-2013 12:54:14

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 Re: g1000 v, comparable to a MF 2705? in reply to MM diesel, 09-03-2013 12:24:08  
ha ha, ok. So you would definitely choose the Moline. I have been reading the archives on this site about the G1000 vista. Lots of comments about them having great lugging power, and strong pullers.

What to look for when doing a pre purchase look at one?

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09-03-2013 13:48:08

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 Re: g1000 v, comparable to a MF 2705? in reply to pistons, 09-03-2013 12:54:14  
Make sure toque doesn't slip on low side, some have a 3 speed torque and parts are hard to find, rather than that they should be a good tractor, I have seen a couple with patched blocks I'd be scared of but if you look it over you'll see that. The vista is a lot nicer, user friendly wise than the other g1000s

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09-03-2013 14:15:43

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 Re: g1000 v, comparable to a MF 2705? in reply to G1355, 09-03-2013 13:48:08  
How to test the Torque Amplifier? Drive it up a hill?

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09-03-2013 20:04:37

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 Re: g1000 v, comparable to a MF 2705? in reply to pistons, 09-03-2013 14:15:43  
Should be a decal on it, your suppose to start and let warm up in high side for 20 or 30 minutes I believe and then put in to low and see if it slips if it does repeat it and if it continues to slip its more than likely got a sprang clutch. Should be able to test driving it, I always test the the whites when you hold the brakes and let the clutch out slow, if the motor Bogs down and tries to move its good, if it just slips and doesn't bog down then its usually shot, sure it works on MMs to, I'm more familiar with the over under.

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