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John Jostad

11-24-2007 10:19:31




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Hi everyone I put a $100.00 down on a AC 200 with a dual all loader. This is my 2nd AC tractor (other is a wd with loader) My Dad was always a green man on our farm in WI here and my Uncle was orange. I like both. My neighbor (who is a big time AC man) and I went to look at the tractor. hydraulics's and engine seem very good as we drove it. We went down a steep hill in 3 rd gear and switched ranges and trany seemed to be good. I have some hilly farm country here and don't want anything that don't have a good trany. Perhaps I don't have any worries because I really fell in love with this tractor and want to restore her and used her for planting and some chisle plowing ect. A tractor salvage company told me 200's and 190's have the same transmission and they pop out of gear is the true? one better than the other? thank you.

John From sparta wi

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BillfromIL

11-25-2007 20:18:25




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
I too recently purchased my second 200. From recent experience (me being a diehard farmall guy with two AC,s) I would get the service book for the 200. Adjust everything to specs. It has some good update information , especially on the power directer linkage and adjustment. You can also remove the top off the transmission and check the 3-4th fork for wear and do some work to the shifter rails and detent balls for extra insurance. I just put my 200 on a plow this week. It was sweet. Just don't grind the gears! It's about a $4-5000 adventure you don't want. enjoy your 200!!
Bill

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John Jostad

11-25-2007 06:12:26




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
Thanks guys,

The tractor has a little over 4000 hrs on it with a dual loader. Loader looks almost new and tin on tractor is sharp. price is $5900.00 I guess I am not paying much when you consider the loader.

John



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cob_crusher

11-25-2007 04:03:49




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
i have a 200 also with cab. pros are great motor, great fuel economy & power, good cab, good brakes that are easy to work on, great hydraulics.
cons are no parking gear, pto stops when foot clutch depressed & now i have pop out in 3 & 4 (2nd gear)
as well as reverse. after reading manuals, i understand what it takes to fix it. you have to remove axles & diffential to remove pinion, also there is no resale value & few mechanics.

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180doug

11-25-2007 02:50:18




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
Some do ,some dont is right; just make sure ya got good brakes on it cause it will sooner or later;



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John Jostad

11-24-2007 17:39:36




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
Thanks Denny,
I talked to another AC guy today and was told a lot has to do with how tractor was treated... So I am going to buy it since it don't have many hrs on it, shifting felt good, metal is nice and straight.

John Sparta WI



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Texas Denny

11-24-2007 14:04:04




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 Re: AC 200 in reply to John Jostad, 11-24-2007 10:19:31  
Some do, some don't.



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