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Re: 880 Road gear?

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G1355

03-15-2013 18:05:02
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Wouldn't surprise me our 66 is quiet slow, but fun to drive




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03-15-2013 18:08:29
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 Re: 880 Road gear? in reply to G1355, 03-15-2013 18:05:02  
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That's awful, even the Super 88 is faster...makes an M look like a fighter jet. I see the one sent to NE was on 34" rubber, is that common? Seems to me by then a 15.5-38 or at least a 14.9-38 would have been appropriate.



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 Re: 880 Road gear? in reply to CFR, 03-15-2013 18:08:29  
Yeah if it doesn't have 38 inch rubber you could change it out and make it go a little faster, I take it you want one for tractor rides? You can do what the guy who owns are case ih dealer does and have the gears in the rear end machined, he has a 1206 farm all and a 1468 and a 1568 that all do 45mph.



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