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cyclone860

08-06-2014 20:06:26




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What"s the differences in these tractors beyond hp? Thanks




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1370rod

08-06-2014 20:32:07




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 Re: 1370vs1570 in reply to cyclone860, 08-06-2014 20:06:26  
The main things would be cooling, air induction and fuel systems, cylinder heads, increased clutch disc's in power shift, ring and pinion, four gear diff., the number of brake disc and final drive sun gears. Rod.



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cyclone860

08-07-2014 01:01:21




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 Re: 1370vs1570 in reply to 1370rod, 08-06-2014 20:32:07  
Sounds like a 1570 is going to be a little bit more durable in the long run. Am I correct? Probably going to pull a 30 Ft field cultivator. Thanks



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1370rod

08-07-2014 05:58:35




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 Re: 1370vs1570 in reply to cyclone860, 08-07-2014 01:01:21  
As you can see there were changes on the 1570 to handle the extra HP. With a 30 ft you will more than likely need that extra HP. A 1570 should handle it better. Rod.



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