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IH 466

07-03-2012 15:45:19




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Whats your opinion on them?




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LJKCK

07-05-2012 22:19:56




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
My dad has 3 of them, a 2094, a 3294, and a 2594 and you couldn"t get him out of any of them. The 2094 he bought new and now has over 14000 hrs on it with very little shop time. The main thing is how easy on fuel they are when compared to the competition. The next is how comfortable the cabs are expecially compared to a JD or Allis. The powershift has been trouble free for us even wheen compared to the 90 series (we had a 2090 with a lot of problems). Great tractors in our opinion.

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LJKCK

07-04-2012 22:32:16




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
My dad has 3 of them, a 2094, a 3294, and a 2594 and you couldn"t get him out of any of them. The 2094 he bought new and now has over 14000 hrs on it with very little shop time. The main thing is how easy on fuel they are when compared to the competition. The next is how comfortable the cabs are expecially compared to a JD or Allis. The powershift has been trouble free for us even wheen compared to the 90 series (we had a 2090 with a lot of problems). Great tractors in our opinion.

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Agri King

07-04-2012 19:23:25




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
The 94 series are very good tractors. A number of good points here. The Case engine, cab and trans. were way ahead of the Allis tractors. The electrical powershift control parts can act up from time to time, but a experienced Case mechanic can fix it without the service tool. If you buy one and have ?. Ask your ?'s here I'd be glad to help.



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casemagnum

07-05-2012 15:48:26




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to Agri King, 07-04-2012 19:23:25  
I have a question about my 2294 transmission. Pulled it into yard and put into park. Went to move an hour later. Can put it easily into any gear except will not go into 3rd. Let out clutch and won"t move. Can put into any gear except 3rd with engine running even. Can hear normal shifts when moving PS lever also into reverse is normal whine. solenoids on side all have power as normal. Did clutch limiter hubs shear? Did input shaft break (unlikely as well as clutch limiter hubs with normal shifting) ? Did pinion shaft break or front bearing on pinion shaft drop and not allow pinion shaft to engage enough to turn? Any suggestions???? Have not taken off side cover on transmission yet. PTO and hydraulics function fine yet. Have steering and brakes yet also. Thanks for any help!!!!!

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Agri King

07-06-2012 08:12:17




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to casemagnum, 07-05-2012 15:48:26  
Casemagnum , Call me if you would like some help 715-505-8786



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IH 466

07-04-2012 19:32:30




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to Agri King, 07-04-2012 19:23:25  
Thanks for all the help guys i run both allis and case and i like them booth but i will say them 94 series are highly impressive for what i have seen specially the "intelligent center" I believe thats what its could



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jeff From WI.

07-04-2012 10:58:35




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
I had a 2094 that came out of Barneveld WI after the tornado. We bought it and put new glass in it and hoods from a 2090 and that was one great tractor! I wish that I still had her today. That was back when they still used great Case engines.

Jeff



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Jeremy McNary

07-04-2012 05:13:16




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
put them side by side and climb inside and sit down, the cab on the 94's will feel like a cadilac and the allis will feel like a volkswagon bug lol. That being said I think the allis's also have a fairly decent reputation but I would still choose the case if those were my options. A well maintained case diesel starts also starts well in the cold if that applies to where you live.



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JW

07-03-2012 18:06:56




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
They are great as long as you have a dealer who has the test box to plug into the electrical part of the powershift. Not all dealers have one and it can be a rea pain to troubleshoot without it



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Jeremy McNary

07-03-2012 16:21:05




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 15:45:19  
I have a 2294 and personally I love mine, it has its little quirks but all tractors of that age do in some form or another. Mine has 12000 hrs on it, its had the powershift gone through twice but the engines never been touched.



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IH 466

07-03-2012 18:09:29




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to Jeremy McNary, 07-03-2012 16:21:05  
Do you guys know how the compare to a 8000 series allis?



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JW

07-03-2012 18:48:28




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 Re: case 94 series info in reply to IH 466, 07-03-2012 18:09:29  
The Case has a much better engine and hyd. than the Allis



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