Posted by rrlund on December 23, 2012 at 11:11:57 from (184.108.40.206):
I know there's a huge difference in fuel consumption between the Perkins 354 and the 478 Herc,but does anybody know the numbers? I don't want to give up the 2-135 on tillage tools and the chopper,but it's way overkill on the round baler and manure spreader. I don't use the 1850 Oliver on those jobs because it doesn't have an air conditioned cab. There's a 2-105 coming up on a sale in the spring,says on the sale bill it has air. Just wondered how long it would take to pay for it with the difference in fuel? I'm afraid one of these days I'm going to smoke the clutch in the 2-135 too,stopping all the time with the baler. Gotta consider the cost of replacing that too if I keep it up I suppose.
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