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08-11-2003 16:59:30

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Looking at a 190XT gas.
I don't know alot about them, but heard about rear end problems on early models...at least the diesels?
This is a gas with numbers on side of motor as follows: G-2800
Can anyone tell me if this has the "bad" rear end in it?
It shows 7,800 hours...looks in decent shape and pretty well cared for.
Tires are 16.9 X 34.
Just guessing the rearend looks small to me; consequently could be the "bad" one?
Also, what's it worth?
Thanks for the input!

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08-12-2003 05:23:39

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 Re: 190XT in reply to Reaver, 08-11-2003 16:59:30  
You need to look at the tractor serial number on the left side of the clutch housing. The Series III tractors started with serial number 23001 and had the larger rear end with the four pinion differential. A lot of earlier tractors had the rear end upgraded. The only sure way is tho pull the lift cover and check. The later tractors also had 3.25 dia axles.

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