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AC 190 or JD 4020

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Mike Symmes

02-11-1999 07:33:17

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Iam looking for a mid size tractor to do some plowing,and general work around the farm. I was considering a 190 Allis and a JD 4020. Which is the best choice? I love AC but I've heard the 4020 is one of the best machines ever built.

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02-12-1999 05:31:09

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 Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Mike Symmes, 02-11-1999 07:33:17  

AC190 worth 3500
jd 4020 worth 8500 is it that much better ?

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02-11-1999 07:56:13

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 Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Mike Symmes, 02-11-1999 07:33:17  
Mike, I too like AC and the 190, but choice would be the 4020.

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02-11-1999 08:37:56

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 Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to JK MN, 02-11-1999 07:56:13  
I strongly agree, you'd have to be "loco" to have a 190. The 4020 can run circles around a 190 for plowing,not to mention reliability.

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02-11-1999 11:41:01

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 Re: Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Joe , 02-11-1999 08:37:56  
I have a XT190 series 3 and it will pull any thing that the JD4020 will but if i had it to do over i would have went with the 4020 . the XT190 is for sell .

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02-11-1999 15:28:55

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Pete, 02-11-1999 11:41:01  
Try an 806 It will pull them both to the junkyard.

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R Matiisen

10-21-2001 14:02:10

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Mel, 02-11-1999 15:28:55  
Yeah, an 806 might pull a 4020 to a junkyard but it's so clumsy in comparison it could never catch a 4020

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02-11-1999 16:44:27

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Mel, 02-11-1999 15:28:55  
An AC 185 should be better than both and costs about the same as 4020's

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02-12-1999 13:16:14

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: AC 190 or JD 4020 in reply to Lloyd, 02-11-1999 16:44:27  
Stay away from the 190xt when they boosted the hp from the 190 the block became vulnerable to stress cracks over time. My uncle was an ac mechanic.

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