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05-26-2019 13:59:43

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What is a guy looking to pay for a 7080 these days fair to good shape just started to look into em.

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05-27-2019 10:33:01

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 Re: 7080 in reply to Plowhand, 05-26-2019 13:59:43  
Factory Hi idle was set at 2800-2850 RPM's, which was simply too fast for the engine, but better for the transmission, which was why that was done. Slowing that down to 2550 to 2600 RPM is a very good idea. Leaving the HP set at no more than 180 HP is an even better idea. These tractors were built in a time where when the Customer was buying 180 HP, he expected it to be "turned-up" to 220 HP and that in itself was the eventual death of the engine.

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05-26-2019 14:39:12

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 Re: 7080 in reply to Plowhand, 05-26-2019 13:59:43  
2,000--3,000 dollars. The 426 engine did not fare well when pushed over 150 PTO HP.

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05-27-2019 09:14:39

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 Re: 7080 in reply to NY 986, 05-26-2019 14:39:12  
True about the 426, but you have to turn down the rpm,s to around 2350, then they live a long life

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