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Minimum speed for AC 5040?

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01-22-2004 13:17:13

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I need a super slow tractor for transplanting vegetables and have located an AC 5040 with the low range shifter (9F, 3R gears). Anyone know what the minimum speed is for this machine (has 28" rear tires)?



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01-24-2004 08:52:17

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 Re: Minimum speed for AC 5040? in reply to Paul, 01-22-2004 13:17:13  
Doesn't sound right. I thought the 5040 was a Fiat version, which would have 8F & 2R, or 12F & 3R if it has the creeper.

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01-30-2004 16:21:38

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 Re: Re: Minimum speed for AC 5040? in reply to klf, 01-24-2004 08:52:17  
No. The 5040 came with a single lever 6 speed tranny as standard, and had the option of a creeper unit that upped the speeds to 9. The 5045 and 5050, however, came standard with the 8 speed tranny, with the optional creeper unit providing 12.

The 5040 with a creeper drive unit in place will provide a ground speed of .48MPH @ 2400RPM, or .24MPH @ 1200RPM in first gear.

BTW, the 5040 is NOT a Fiat-built tractor--it was built in Romania by Universal tractors, and patterned after the Fiat tractors. The 5045 & 5050 models are true Fiats.

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