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J Heitkemper

03-10-2010 19:56:28




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Nephew and i were talking about different models ... anyone got a picture of a 1090 ,, tractor photos does not one ..




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Redcru

03-11-2010 17:44:52




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to J Heitkemper, 03-10-2010 19:56:28  
I don't know where you are located, but there is one "in the flesh" at the New Holland dealer in Vandalia, IL.



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JICASE

03-11-2010 10:59:03




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to J Heitkemper, 03-10-2010 19:56:28  
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See if this works.
As far as I can tell its the same as an 1170 without the outboard planetaries.
Heavy drawbar w/double roller.
Heavy 3pt hitch welded solid.
Heavy hydraulic caliper-disc brakes.
Three versions. Delta, Rice and Western.
Anybody know whats different in the three versions?
If I had to guess I'd say big rice tires on the Rice tractor. The Western was maybe a bareback and the Delta was a typical setup?
Or maybe just a different decal depending on what branch house it was shipped to?

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Agri King

03-11-2010 20:31:59




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to JICASE, 03-11-2010 10:59:03  
Great pics. I have never seen one this original. Is it yours? They actual called them 3 different versions? The Delta sticker on the fuel tank is very interesting. The western version proble had those nasty 24 inch wide fenders. They never called any other 70's series tractors anything more than the model #, that I ever saw.



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JICASE

03-11-2010 23:03:30




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to Agri King, 03-11-2010 20:31:59  
On the right side it also says Delta just above the starter. Left side tin is missing. Not my tractor, just some pictures I saved from the Web.
I thought I had pictures of a nicer Western version but I couldn't find them.



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1660

03-11-2010 13:35:42




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to JICASE, 03-11-2010 10:59:03  
1090 was a beefed 1070 could be had with std or power shift



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JICASE

03-11-2010 11:03:31




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to JICASE, 03-11-2010 10:59:03  
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One more picture.



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J Heitkemper

03-11-2010 12:31:55




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 Re: 1090 Case in reply to JICASE, 03-11-2010 11:03:31  
thanx ,JICASE That BOSS looks great in His work Clothes



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