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180 190xt gas Question

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06-04-2003 17:49:35




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What hp were these tractors. Was it a Allis designed engine or the Buda based design like the D-19? Anyone have one? Just curious.
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casered

06-10-2003 20:42:59




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 Re: 180 190xt gas Question in reply to AC newbie, 06-04-2003 17:49:35  
My buddy just bought a 190XT gas for $2000 with a loader. It was used by a local fertilizer company loading mulch and fertilizer. Amazingly after working in fertilizer for so long it was in excellent shape for it's age. I hauled it to our farm and drove it to his house for him. It was my first experience driving an Allis tractor. I thought it ran good and was very responsive and the power director transmission worked good as well. The only thing that could have made it better would be road gears that move it along a little faster. Other than that my first experience on an Allis tractor was a good one. I'm just saving up now in fact to buy a WD and getting anxious to have one. Have a good day all.

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DanD.

06-04-2003 19:34:37




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 Re: 180 190xt gas Question in reply to AC newbie, 06-04-2003 17:49:35  
One Eighty gas was 65 PTO HP, One Ninety was 75 PTO HP. Both used the AC G2500 engine, 265 cid, 3.75 x 4.00 inch bore and stroke. The One Eighty was 8.15:1 compression ratio while the 190 was 8.0:1. The One Eighty was rated at 2000 RPM and used a 1.0 inch carburetor while the 190 was rated at 2200 RPM and used a 1.5 inch carburetor. The 190 XT gas was rated at 90 PTO HP and used the model G2800 engine. 3.875 x 4.25 inch bore and strok for a 301 cid. It was rated at 2200 RPM and used a 1.5 inch carburetor. These were all Allis engines, not the Buda design like the D19.

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Troy

06-04-2003 19:45:50




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 Re: Re: 180 190xt gas Question in reply to DanD., 06-04-2003 19:34:37  
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