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Rich Kopec

06-24-2003 04:51:30

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Looking for one of these, 4x4 w/loader. Does this have live pto? Did they come w/PS. How big of a 3 pt. rototiller could this run? Sorry for all the ?? any other comments would be great also. Thanks in advance

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07-14-2003 06:41:32

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 Re: AC 5020 in reply to Rich Kopec, 06-24-2003 04:51:30  
I have an AC5020 4WD on ebay for my brother-in-law, in case you haven't found one yet.

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07-13-2003 21:46:33

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 Re: AC 5020 in reply to Rich Kopec, 06-24-2003 04:51:30  
I have one 4x4 with a loader. They do not have live PTO and no Power steering. However, steering is fairly light, even with a full bucket of clay.
The PTO requires that you plan your gears for minimum stops. However the 3 point hitch pump keeps on working - so the lack of a live PTO is something you get used to being without - not a major problem for what I do.

I am running a 48 inch rototiller on mine and a 60 in. Mott flail mower without problem although the Mott in heavy long grass(ie uncut hay)is near the 5020's power limit.

Good luck finding one.

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Patrick Hart

04-26-2005 20:06:09

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 Re: Re: AC 5020 in reply to Denis, 07-13-2003 21:46:33  
Hi, just shopping around for an AC 5020 power-steering pump, mine is a 1983 and like you say the steering is light but there is a housing that will receive a steering pump, I would like to find one. Any clues? Thanks for your help.


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