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Re: JD 2520

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04-02-2014 10:21:51

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my friend used to pull one with a 276 with a turbo it would run with a good 4020 but most places wouldn"t let it pull because of the turbo.It had well over 100 hp, weighed around 6000 lbs I think. Not a good tractor if you have to run against other turbo tractors, but it was a nice running tractor.

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04-02-2014 18:11:06

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 Re: JD 2520 in reply to ep, 04-02-2014 10:21:51  
not to hijack, but what about a 1530? i have a 300 backhoe with a bad engine n wondered if a 404 would fit?

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04-03-2014 06:48:32

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 Re: JD 2520 in reply to high octane, 04-02-2014 18:11:06  
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Not even close. The Dubuque and Waterloo engines at most shared alternators, fuel filters, and green paint.
The even though a 2510/2520 is a early 3020 and side console 3020. The bell housing bolt pattern and the front engine mounts are totally different.
Iirc the 4030 used a Dubuque engine too. Actually most of the new tractors with 3, r and 6 cylinder engines up to 414cu" and approaching 200HP. They all run Dubuque engines in the Waterloo chassis.

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04-03-2014 07:51:37

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 Re: JD 2520 in reply to buickanddeere, 04-03-2014 06:48:32  
thanks. ya, years ago we had an early 400 hoe. had the automatic forward n reverse with the twin gear shift. after going thru the hyd system, it was a real good machine in warm weather. then we got this 300, n engine was rough. dad got it goin n used it, sold the 400, n used this lil 300 for years. its spun a rod, have to rebuild the crank, but block has been repaired, like they broke front end off at one time. hard to find a block here.

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