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John Dickmeyer

09-23-2007 19:39:24

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Recently inherited an AC tractor. It is either a 190 or 190XT. It is a gas tractor and I think is a 1969 model. It needs carburator work (cannot find any numbers, but it is a zenith). Looks like some have a 2500 engine and others a 2800. Any reasonable way to tell the difference? Thanks for any help.

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J.C.in AZ.

09-25-2007 07:38:21

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 Re: How to identify in reply to John Dickmeyer, 09-23-2007 19:39:24  
Easy to decide: If it is a Gas Tractor it is a 190==A Diesel Tractor it is a 190XT. I bought a 190 Gas Tractor in 1965 and it was a very good Tractor for my operation,It complemented my D17 and two WD45's. It relieved the other Tractors of the heavy work and especially the two WD45's as they were used in Tandem for Plowing and Discing.Also the 190 was very good on my Fox Chopper for Hay and Corn Silage.

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09-25-2007 14:05:43

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 Re: How to identify in reply to J.C.in AZ., 09-25-2007 07:38:21  
A One-Ninety gas will have a 265 ci engine (G2500) and a One-Ninety XT gas will have a 301cu engine (G2800). A One-Ninety diesel will be a non-turbo 301 ci (2800) and a One-Ninety XT diesel will be a turbo 301 ci (2900) engine. I'm not sure when the gas One-Ninety tractors were dropped from production. All are six cylinder engines using the same basic design. Mike

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09-25-2007 05:29:15

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 Re: How to identify in reply to John Dickmeyer, 09-23-2007 19:39:24  
A 190XT will have 190 and XT in the serial number.

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El Toro

09-24-2007 06:57:49

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 Re: How to identify in reply to John Dickmeyer, 09-23-2007 19:39:24  
The serial number should be on the torque housing.
In 1969 they started with SN 23234. Hal

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