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Dave R

12-03-1999 05:29:54




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Can anyone tell me some specifics on a 1972 AC 200? Horse power, comparable size, problems to watch for, price for unit with 3800 hrs. ect. Any help would be appreciated.




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PETE

12-04-1999 19:52:31




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to Dave R, 12-03-1999 05:29:54  
Close to one of the best tractors AC ever made (WD45 & D17 series IV were the best) rated at 93.64 PTO hp but many of them dyno'd at 110-115 hp. Very durable, economical and flexible tractor, large enough to do fieldwork but flexible enough to put on the baler, feedwagon, grinder, etc. One thing to watch out for is whether it jumps out of third gear going down hill, guys would pull wagons out the field in third and shift on the go to fourth when they got on the road, make sure the two speed stick shifts smooth and has nuetral between the high and low range. Basically the same tractor as a 190XT. As far as price goes depends on sheet metal, paint, third gear, and hours - $2500 to $5500.

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