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ac 8000 series ?

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01-03-2021 05:53:16

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any have, or had, or used a 8000 series allis?
it looks like it was ahead of the competion when they came onto the market,
but the ag market was in bad shape! they looked innovative
any stories on them?

ive seen a few, but never been on or around them

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01-03-2021 15:48:39

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 Re: ac 8000 series ? in reply to swindave, 01-03-2021 05:53:16  
Built and sold 1982 thru 1985. Farm economy went into the toilet at that time. They were ahead of all others. Biggest and nicest cab ever seen at the time with 2 doors. They made front wheel assist popular because they turned short and that only got better as time went on. They were 110-134-154-170 HP at the PTO in models 8010-8030-8050-8070. Also two larger frame 4-wheel drives....4W-220 and 4W-305 with 220 and 305 being the engine HP. They had a "deal" to build the same tractor with one cab door and a Perkins engine for Massey. When they had some built, Massey couldn't come up with the $$$$. They were a very good tractor line and are now almost 40 years old. Hard to find a nice one anymore.

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