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Allis 7045 or 7060

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Ross Johnson

04-15-2010 12:53:24

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Looking at selling allis 190xt series 3 And buying a bigger tractor. Thinking 7045 or 7050-60 Which one is better and what to look for. Want the cab and additional Horsepower. Also the live pto would be nicer on round baler. This will be my main tractor for Spring ,fall tillage And hay 60acres corn 50 acres hay Thanks for opinions in advance

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04-15-2010 15:40:52

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 Re: Allis 7045 or 7060 in reply to Ross Johnson, 04-15-2010 12:53:24  
I go with a 7045 and also find one with a power shift.

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04-15-2010 14:05:00

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 Re: Allis 7045 or 7060 in reply to Ross Johnson, 04-15-2010 12:53:24  
Look for a 7045 with powershift. I had both models, one with straight shift and one with power shift ,no comparison, seems like powershift has better power. Drawback to me is the cable system for hydraulics, they stretch and remote will no operate properly.If I had a choice I would go for 7045. They had better track record in our area.

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Ross Johnson

04-15-2010 14:48:37

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 Re: Allis 7045 or 7060 in reply to highway, 04-15-2010 14:05:00  
thanks for the response that is what im leaning towards. had a friend say they had engine troubles, so i got a little concerned. I thought they were the same motor at different stages of tune but Im not sure. Cheap horsepower though which is nice. Can fix a lot compared to price of new

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