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Re: White trans?

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08-01-2013 14:46:12

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Is this the tractor that kramers have? If it is a friend of mine used to own it. I know it is not a white trans.

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08-01-2013 15:37:58

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 Re: White trans? in reply to kb88, 08-01-2013 14:46:12  
This is a link to it:

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08-01-2013 21:18:56

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 Re: White trans? in reply to siloguy, 08-01-2013 15:37:58  
Not to many of them in the US. Kind of rare I would say. Tractor doesn't have the White 3 speed in it like the Deutz Allis 9100 series tractors. Looking a pictures on the internet looks like it has the ZF transmission.(powermatic) Could be the old Steyr transmission. Did you look at the tractor in person?

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08-02-2013 04:19:22

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 Re: White trans? in reply to Wisconsin Cowman, 08-01-2013 21:18:56  
No, I was just browsing and I saw it. We have two Whites and seven Deutz tractors and I was kind of hoping this was a cross between the two with the excellent Deutz engine and the rugged White-Oliver drivetrain. In other words, the 9100 series. We had a DX 6.5 that had a trans go bad which ate up about $10000 in repairs so I am not interested anymore.

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