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Re: 2-105 vs 2-135 fuel consumption

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12-23-2012 12:17:30

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Ya,the baler runs 540 on the PTO at 1700 RPMs on the engine of the 2-135. Where did you get the results? Do they tell gpm at 1700?

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12-23-2012 13:05:06

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 Re: 2-105 vs 2-135 fuel consumption in reply to rrlund, 12-23-2012 12:17:30  
Never mind. I found it under Test on Tractor Data.
Anybody know fuel use at 1700 RPM with a moderate load though?

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12-23-2012 14:15:17

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 Re: 2-105 vs 2-135 fuel consumption in reply to rrlund, 12-23-2012 13:05:06  
Best approximation would be to look at the drawbar pull section at at 50% load (64 hp) and 1561 rpm, it used 5.1 gph. Now if you look at a 2-105, at pto speed (2300rpm) and 71hp, it consumes 5.3 gph.

That's not a perfect comparison because we are comparing a drawbar test to PTO test which gives an slight unfair advantage to the 2-105 (less driveline losses through the PTO vs the transmission).

Bottom line, you are not going to save a whole lot if anything by buying a 2-105.

And if you are worried about wearing out a clutch, put in a kevlar one from Southbend. Best bailing clutch out there in my opinion.

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Larry NEIL

12-23-2012 21:06:34

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 Re: 2-105 vs 2-135 fuel consumption in reply to e, 12-23-2012 14:15:17  
I think you need that 105 in your stable Randy!!

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12-25-2012 07:02:19

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 Re: 2-105 vs 2-135 fuel consumption in reply to Larry NEIL, 12-23-2012 21:06:34  
Ya,trying to justify it!

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