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rrlund

02-17-2017 10:44:45




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No. Whole different animal. Not to say you can't put a Cummins in it,you just can't pass it off as a 120.




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G705puller

02-17-2017 11:46:33




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 Re: White in reply to rrlund, 02-17-2017 10:44:45  
Alright. Thanks



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jasinpa

02-19-2017 19:09:12




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 Re: White in reply to G705puller, 02-17-2017 11:46:33  
seems like when white took over nothing new ever came out of them , they just kept mixing & matching the same old parts , ok they did beef them up after they found out it wouldnt hold up to bigger horsepower but same design , so with that said anything would be possible , didnt change much for what 20 years , adding a plastic grill & changing the color doesnt count. , best thing they did was switched to cummins engines & got rid of that P.O.S. perkins, just my thoughts on White tractors

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rrlund

02-20-2017 10:08:12




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 Re: White in reply to jasinpa, 02-19-2017 19:09:12  
The 2-135 and 2-155 were the first new White design instead of using Olivers or Molines. The 2-150 was a Moline G1355. They carried that 2-135 trans and rear end over in to the Workhorse tractors.

Trouble is,the White truck division was broke and they milked the ag line as a cash cow and didn't put much new in to production.



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