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02-26-1999 04:27:07

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 Re: 200 in reply to BILL, 02-23-1999 18:46:28  
Are you talking JD 4020. If so a 200 with a good engine will out torque a 4020 any day.BUT!!! that was their problem they ran so strong they would pull them selves apart if you had a goon operating. I work on two owned by one of my customers, one is stronger than the other. Not to hard to turn up either.

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Aaron Fung

05-01-2000 17:23:50

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 Re: Re: 200 in reply to Elmer, 02-26-1999 04:27:07  
True the AC 200 would pull themselves apart. They were noted for continuous 2nd gear breakdowns. This was their fatal flaw. The 185 is almost as great as the 4020, for it has the 200(301 cid) engine and a stronger transmission. It would be just as great if it had a turbo.

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