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Re: 2000 vs 3000

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Posted by Sean in PA on September 24, 2012 at 06:30:41 from (

In Reply to: 2000 vs 3000 posted by flyingace on September 24, 2012 at 03:21:25:

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They were both available with the 4 speed, 6 speed, 8 speed, manual reversing and S-O-S transmissions, and the 6 & 8 speeds and the manual reverser could be had with live or trans driven PTO, and the S-O-S was always independent PTO, but could be single speed 540rpm, or 540/1000/ground speed, and the 4 speed was always trans PTO. The only difference was the 3000 series (usually 3400/3500/3550 models) could be had with the Torque Converter Auto Reversing transmission, and none of the 2000 series models could.

As for the hp difference, the gassers had 2 different size main jets, and the top rpm was a little higher on the 3000. And the 3000 diesels had the larger displacement engines and the injector pumps were different between them as well, even the CAV pump for the 3000 was a different pump than the 2000 pump, and a lot of the 3000's had the Simms pump, while none of the 2000's did.

From what I can glean from the New Holland parts web site, the 2000 was available with either a 4.3gpm or a 5.3gpm hydraulic pump, but the 3000 always had the 5.3gpm pump. I'm not sure which 2000's got the smaller pump, or why, but according to the parts site both were used.


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