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Does anybody know the model???

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Joe Brophy

07-12-2008 13:45:42

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I have bought an AC tractor but dont know the model and was wondering if anybody could help.The tractor I bought is a 2 cylinder and is air cooled. There is also a badge on the injector pump with the following info

Lavalette Brevete S.G.D.G. Fabiqueenfrance
F-PFR2A70/IFI 822842 UT95 0.4
Engine 3589 No 525687

There is also a piece missing off the back of the injector pump housing, which is held on with 3 studs that we think connects the throttle to the governer. I have the engine running but to govern the RPM of the engine you have to manually move the rack.I think the tractor is of French/German origon.This is all the information I have on the tractor but would really like to find out the model of it. Hope somebody will be able to help me out on this one.

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Kentb of SWMO

07-14-2008 07:14:27

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to Joe Brophy, 07-12-2008 13:45:42  
The 160 uses a liquid cooled 3 cylinder Perkins engine.


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cadet trooper

07-12-2008 17:33:00

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to Joe Brophy, 07-12-2008 13:45:42  
Two cylinder air cooled is the key sounds like Deutz about a 20 to 30hp.

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07-12-2008 16:46:21

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to Joe Brophy, 07-12-2008 13:45:42  
It might possibly be a One-Sixty, my book says they were built by Renault.Sold in the US from the late 60's through '73

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cadet trooper

07-12-2008 15:47:05

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to Joe Brophy, 07-12-2008 13:45:42  
A picture would help sounds like a Deutz-Allis model but it's after my time with the dealership also what color is it?

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Joe Brophy

07-13-2008 13:47:21

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to cadet trooper, 07-12-2008 15:47:05  
I have posted a picture of the tractor in the "Help Identify tractor photos" The colour of the tractor is Orange,although this may be hard to see under all the rust!!!! I have more photos but was unable to email them on to you as the email link wouldent allow me to.

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cadet trooper

07-13-2008 16:13:39

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 Re: Does anybody know the model??? in reply to Joe Brophy, 07-13-2008 13:47:21  
Sorry Joe, can"t help you that is a new one on me. Looks like a French tractor built for Allis worldwide.

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