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Part Time Pete

08-12-2014 09:18:42

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As I've posted before, the clutch went away on my 1755, so I "had" to buy a 2-105. Finally got to make some hay with it this weekend, and it works great - uses a lot less fuel than my Oliver too.

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08-13-2014 20:33:03

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 Re: White 2-105 in reply to Part Time Pete, 08-12-2014 09:18:42  
If it an aspirated air cleaner, takes a special stack, if not make sure that stack is 4 ft tall or an elbow to turn away from cab. been running a strait stack since 75 on mine, sounds good though.

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Part Time Pete

08-12-2014 10:41:21

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 Re: White 2-105 in reply to Part Time Pete, 08-12-2014 09:18:42  
I cover some steep ground, and even with the baler and a full wagon, I couldn't work it hard enough to make it smoke.
My kid wants to replace the muffler with a chrome stack, so you can hear the turbo..

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08-12-2014 09:28:05

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 Re: White 2-105 in reply to Part Time Pete, 08-12-2014 09:18:42  
Can't beat that Perkins for fuel efficiency.

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08-13-2014 15:58:39

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 Re: White 2-105 in reply to rrlund, 08-12-2014 09:28:05  
I'll argue that statement. I pulled the same machinery with my 105 that I had for my 1955 at the same speed. The 1955 took 3.5 to 4 gph and the White took 5.5 to 6 gph. The 1370 Case I bought after the 105 didn't take much more fuel and pulled a whole lot more. The Perkins does have a better track record for durability over the Waukesha but that's about it.My 550 MF is also a pig on fuel compared to the 510's we had.

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