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Allis 190xt

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shawnee

04-27-2002 14:23:39




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I am looking at buying a 190 xt and don't know much about one, do they have 3pt hitches, and live pto? How much hp do they have,and how reliable are they. I need it to move big round hay bales with. Any help would be appreciated.




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Craig MO

04-27-2002 17:25:44




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 Re: allis 190xt in reply to shawnee, 04-27-2002 14:23:39  
They are about 100hp they could have snap coupler on a 190 but unlikely. 190XT's around here all had three point's. Tractor pto will stop when you push clutch down. to stop movement of tractor but keep pto. engaged you have to put power director lever in neutral. They used to have quite a bit of rear end trouble with old 2 pinion rear end and small axles. If it has large axles it should have 4 pinion rear end unless someone short change the update which I have seen about 10 times. For moving either should be alright just don't speedshift from 3rd to 4th as it is will take out 4th gear and coupler if done enough. Not a bad tractor buy if price is right.

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Buzz

04-30-2002 17:57:10




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 Re: Re: allis 190xt in reply to Craig MO, 04-27-2002 17:25:44  
Just bought a 190XT myself and am trying to sort it all out without benefit of manuals. Any idea what the PTO speed is?



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