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G. Fields

01-10-2012 14:18:36

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Went and looked at one today with 4,7XX hrs, very clean, good tires, wheel weight, not been painted at, two remotes, for $4,750. Seller assures me that it doesnt pop out of gear, and even offered to go get some ether and show me. I was in a bit of a rush so i declined, but having to use ether on a 50deg day scared me. Were these hard starting motors to start with or did he inadvertently tell me it needed a overhaul? Second question, will these things pop out of gear just putting around the lot or do they need to be under a good load? This wont be a labor of love/winter project i need a bigger tractor this spring. So what do you guys think, run away, approach with caution, fair deal? Any advice appreciated.

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01-11-2012 12:30:39

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to G. Fields, 01-10-2012 14:18:36  
I also have one for sale , and it is tight and will start at 20 !!! I,m in central Mo . and will deliver it !! $$4500 can email pics !!

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01-11-2012 12:27:53

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to G. Fields, 01-10-2012 14:18:36  
If every thing is up to snuff they will start at 20 with just the key heater , but that depends on the fuel system and compression - i,d say its lacking both !!

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01-11-2012 16:17:37

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to 180Doug, 01-11-2012 12:27:53  
Doug can you Email pictures does it have 540 pto? Email, small letters lannys.auto@gmail.com. Thanks Tom What would it cost to get it delievered to Weldon Iowa, about 25 miles north of the Missouri/Iowa border just east off I 35?

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01-20-2012 08:20:05

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to hd6gtom, 01-11-2012 16:17:37  
Doug my boss just called me and said he recieved your Emails on his smart phone. He is in Florida and will be there for 3 more months. Can you post your answer to my Email on this site, I will get it after work tonight or call me at 515-462-4768 before 9:00 pm.

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01-10-2012 16:24:32

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to G. Fields, 01-10-2012 14:18:36  
If you dont want it, where are you. I would be interested, I am in south central Iowa

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Bob Bancroft

01-10-2012 14:21:20

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to G. Fields, 01-10-2012 14:18:36  
Yes they could be a hard starter. They pop out of gear going DOWN hill, or being pushed by a load.

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03-24-2012 16:44:41

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 Re: 190 XT console control in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-10-2012 14:21:20  
We live in upstate ny, the 190xt starts with just the key heater on for 30 seconds @ 10 degrees F. Just as another person stated, these tractors will pop out of gear going downhill or being pushed by a load if the previous operators have ground the gears shifing while tractor or PTO are in motion.These tractors do not have syncromesh transmissions.. Good luck...

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