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190 Differences?

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01-11-2004 09:32:11

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What is the difference between an XT 190, and an XT 190 series III. Looking at buying one. Which is better? How is the 301 Diesel?

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01-12-2004 12:51:41

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 Re: 190 Differences? in reply to Wide Open, 01-11-2004 09:32:11  
The Series One 190XT had the D-19 rear end, not heavy enough for 93 hp. Factory had update kits under warranty. Some were changed. Check with a dealer to determine ID'ing them now.

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01-11-2004 11:19:01

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 Re: 190 Differences? in reply to Wide Open, 01-11-2004 09:32:11  
The 190XT III started production in Dec 1968. They had an improved 4 pinion differential. The series III also may have been optioned with a 2 speed PTO. I have owned one for many years. They have awesome power for their size. I have'nt had any motor problems. A pyrometer is very helpful on these. I would check to see if it jumps out of 3rd or 4th gear. Pulling a load down hill it may jump out of gear if they are worn. This is caused by grinding the gears when shifting. Stay away from the very early model they had a smaller rear axle that was considered under-rated for the power these things had. Also, buy some ear plugs! The model 200 was much quieter. Good luck

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01-12-2004 07:45:31

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 Re: Re: 190 Differences? in reply to Mark, 01-11-2004 11:19:01  
He is right about early axels being weak, but there were many early 190 that got harden axels put into them to replace the weak ones. Trick is to figure out how to tell which ones are in them. If you are just using one for a loader tractor, maybe not real important which one you have, then have to worry about front axels. Jerry

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