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Re: 200 vs 7000

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02-17-2002 20:37:30

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Ballpark selling price information would also be helpful.
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02-19-2002 16:03:45

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 Re: Re: 200 vs 7000 in reply to Reaver, 02-17-2002 20:37:30  
200 has an 8 sp transmission that can and will jump out with age and abuse, the 7000 has a 12 sp transmission with Park(which is helpful) and did have some problems in the 3 sp PS with O-rings. The engine is the same and the rear end is the same. Different skin and trannies. I owned a 190XT(early 200) and a 7000 and found that the 7000 was much more reliable and just plain nicer all around WORK tractor and the Park and the PowerShift tranny made it much nicer with 12 fwd and 3 rev VS 8 fwd and 2 rev. With the prices of the 70 series now, a 7010 or 7020 might be in order if you are looking for a work tractor, PowerShift and Power Director trannies in those were bulletproof. Good Luck!

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