|TheOldHokie said: (quoted from post at 19:49:37 06/24/13) |
|stansab said: (quoted from post at 18:12:06 06/24/13) thanks for the reply how would you compair naa to 600|
The 600 was available with many more useful options - most notably transmissions. The NAA was basically a one size fits all interim model that lasted a scant 3 years.
like TOH said, more tranny options, live pto option
also a more 'standard' remote hook-up plate
original NAA's also had a vane pump, which is usually changed to a piston pump- new external lines needed for that.
biggest flaw with my favorite NAA's is they have the
8N style rear axle with the eventual loose hubs issue.
And pretty much everything about the NAA rear lift is 'NAA only'
hold out for a hundred series
like the other poster said, almost the same price
don't rule out the 'blue' ones either
some decent deals out there if you look
then you have dual range, ps, etc,etc This post was edited by NoNewParts at 05:40:43 06/25/13 2 times.