Posted by jordan hackman on October 30, 2013 at 11:25:07 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: 2255 vs 1855 posted by Josh in Pa on October 30, 2013 at 08:27:40:
well truth be told there is no comparison between them, i mean the one is the biggest oliver ever built. the 2255 has the v-8 cat, 3150 or 3208, with 570ci to 630ci respectively which is a drastic improvement over the 310. also the 310 olivers are the tractors people try to avoid or convert to a 5.9 cummins while the v-8 cats can last forever. in todays standards the 1855 is more of a chore tractor or light field work while the 2255 is a big brute of a tractor which, if you desire, can be adjusted to well over 200 hp, but i wouldn't attempt to go over 180. now if you want whites are nice to from the 2-135 to 2-180 and these tractors have the hercules 471 and the 3208 v-8 cat, both nice tractors. so if things are as hard as you say they are for the 1855 go bigger.
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