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Re: 210 and 220

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Kevin Holmes

01-19-2003 06:18:37

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AC needed a tractor that fell in between the XT and the 220, so the 210 was born. It had a 220 powertrain, that didn't produce quite as much horsepower as the 220. It had an XT front grille, with a bottom extension, along with I belive an XT style dash. There are some other superficial differences, however they are minor, from what I know.

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Kevin Holmes

01-22-2003 18:22:15

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 Re: Re: 210 and 220 in reply to Kevin Holmes, 01-19-2003 06:18:37  
I believe that the 210 parts will fit the 220. I know the D21 won't. Get the casting numbers off of your 220 parts before calling the wreckers.

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01-21-2003 21:22:42

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 Re: Re: 210 and 220 in reply to Kevin Holmes, 01-19-2003 06:18:37  
Hi guys, I have a question, I broke the casting where the top link for the 3pt hooks on, on our 220. You know at the center of the lift arm housing. My question is, will one from a 210 fit, or from a D-21 fit. help please, thanks Oly

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