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What problems do the AC 7050 have????

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mike miller

07-29-2008 22:02:15

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Just bought a nice 7050. Have no experience with this model and would like to know what problems they have. Before I start to restore it.

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08-02-2008 04:42:54

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 Re: What problems do the AC 7050 have???? in reply to mike miller, 07-29-2008 22:02:15  
I think you can put stuff in the anti freeze to control electrollis ,itll ruin the sleeves over time

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Jack a

07-30-2008 08:47:03

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 Re: What problems do the AC 7050 have???? in reply to mike miller, 07-29-2008 22:02:15  
I've put about 400 hrs on mine since I got it and no problems yet. My experience otherwise with the 7000 series 426 engine is you should have the engine oil analyzed because of electrolysis. Also the torque limiter might give trouble. Otherwise too me a basically trouble free tractor.

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mike miller

07-30-2008 14:06:56

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 Re: What problems do the AC 7050 have???? in reply to Jack a, 07-30-2008 08:47:03  
Where do I go to have the engine oil analyzed? I hope mine turns out to be as good. The person I bought it from never used it.

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Jack a

07-31-2008 04:38:33

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 Re: What problems do the AC 7050 have???? in reply to mike miller, 07-30-2008 14:06:56  
Your local AGCO , Deere, or Case dealer should be able to help with oil analysis. Won't tell much until you get a few hours of use on new oil though. Myself, I just touch the oil to my tongue and that will at least tell me if there is antifreeze in the oil. The analysis will cover more than that though.

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