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jboy

06-14-2007 18:05:48




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I have a david brown 995 and have no idea what year it is, tractor # 9956981687 can anyone help me with this?
Thanks John (In Kansas)




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jboy

06-16-2007 05:59:28




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 Re: david brown 995 in reply to jboy, 06-14-2007 18:05:48  
Thanks for the info.
John



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steven meckstroth

06-15-2007 04:50:13




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 Re: david brown 995 in reply to jboy, 06-14-2007 18:05:48  
In North America all 995/996 tractors were decaled 995. The 995 had a 2-stage clutch, the 996 had an independent lever for the PTO clutch.



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JV3CII

06-15-2007 04:44:46




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 Re: david brown 995 in reply to jboy, 06-14-2007 18:05:48  
The serial number says it's a late '72 996, rather than a 995 (referenced from Ingemar Karlssons excellent website: http://web.telia.com/~u05100714/index.htm). I can't say as I can recall the exact difference between a 995 and a 996, but I'm sure someone more knowledgable will be glad to inform you (and me lol)...
Cheers, JV.

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Hilltopper46

06-19-2007 19:00:59




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 Re: david brown 995 in reply to JV3CII, 06-15-2007 04:44:46  
A 995 has a 2-stage foot clutch. A 996 has a separate clutch lever for the PTO. In addition to the clutch, either one would have another lever that shifted the PTO into and out of gear.



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