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Re: 300, 340, 350 or what?

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06-29-2001 20:26:17

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If this works you'll see a picture of a 330U. the 330 had a 135 cid engine. Hope this helps.

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06-29-2001 23:10:44

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 Re: Re: 300, 340, 350 or what? in reply to C.L., 06-29-2001 20:26:17  
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Thanks for the tips but your picture didn't come through however. I tried to give it a shot and have posted a rough picture of the tractor without sheet metal. I am still curious why the larger CID engine on the 300 has less drawbar HP than the 135 CID engine on the 330. The tractor is about 3 hours away so I won't be able to try to identify it until next week.

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06-30-2001 07:47:05

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 Re: Re: Re: 300, 340, 350 or what? in reply to Tractor Tom, 06-29-2001 23:10:44  
I'm not sure where you're getting the numbers for your conclusion that the 330U had more drawbar HP. The Nebraska Tractor Test numbers are:

* * * **PTO HP** **Drawbar HP**
model (max) (rated) (max) (rated)
300U: 41.26, 36.41, 37.36, 29.61
330U: 34.24, 29.95, 31.77, 24.31

The 330U compression ratio is higher (7.38 vs 6.8) so it may be a bit more efficient, but the 300U still has the edge in power.

Afraid I'm not good enough to tell you what's in the picture, but certainly could be a 300U - chances are good it is since about ten times as many of them were built as 330Us. Hope you enjoy whichever it is.

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06-30-2001 06:54:11

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 Re: Re: Re: 300, 340, 350 or what? in reply to Tractor Tom, 06-29-2001 23:10:44  
My money would be on a 330 or a 340.If it is watch out for the steering box.They are known to be weak

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