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02-02-2003 17:58:59

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What are the differences in the 160, 170 & 175 tractors? Are they all the same size just different size motor? I believe that I once heard that the 160 was imported from Italy. I am mainly interested in the physical size and differences of the three tractors. I believe that they all use 28" rear tires and 16" fronts. Also if they came with Cat II 3 point hitches could I use Cat I 3 point implements with them?

Thanks in advance for the help,

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Dave (NE)

02-04-2003 14:41:10

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 Re: 160,170,175 in reply to Rooney, 02-02-2003 17:58:59  
Check the AC Photo Gallery link for a picture and stats on the 160. It was made in France by Renault. The design looks like the other 100 series tractors. It has a 3 cylinder Perkins Diesel engine. Nice little tractor. Parts are not as easy to come by, but still pretty much available.

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02-03-2003 21:59:49

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 Re: 160,170,175 in reply to Rooney, 02-02-2003 17:58:59  
There are sleeves available for adapting one category hitch to a smaller one.

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02-02-2003 18:58:38

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 Re: 160,170,175 in reply to Rooney, 02-02-2003 17:58:59  
The 160 is total European design and manufacture. A replacement of the D15 with European heritage. It is also physically smaller than the 170/175. The 170/175 is a replacement for the D17, or a D17 with new skin and of Allis origin. Due to foreign manufacture my dealer says that parts for the 160 are not easy to come by, whereas the 170/175 are easy to get parts for.

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