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Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower

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Matthew

02-12-2002 08:47:45




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560G have 64 hp. The diesel has 59. If you want more power, I suggest a bigger tractor. Can't go wrong with a 806, them things run forever!!




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Magnum

02-12-2002 21:36:55




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 Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Matthew, 02-12-2002 08:47:45  
Except for the TA and at the same time that dry foot clutch every couple thousand hours. Not to mention that rediculous shifting mechanism. Oh and the hydraulic pumps go bad often enough and then the clutch shaft splines are usually shot. And forgot that little tiny pin the size of a pencil lead in the PTO breaks and the parking break is junk. Probably forgetting some things.



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RPM

02-14-2002 12:55:20




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 Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Magnum , 02-12-2002 21:36:55  
Yep all true, they were not made for dinking around, you bought it to go to the field, put it in gear and work it for years on end.



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Matthew

02-13-2002 16:00:42




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 Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Magnum , 02-12-2002 21:36:55  
I'd like to see a magnum 35 years from now!! There will never be another tractor that will ever run that many hours on one overhaul!!



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Magnum

02-13-2002 17:31:21




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Matthew, 02-13-2002 16:00:42  
Couldn't prove it by me. Been a mechanic for almost 30 years and when the magnum came out our shop business took a nose dive big time. Proof is in the pudding. You better eat your pudding.



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ihdoug

02-14-2002 11:28:52




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Magnum, 02-13-2002 17:31:21  
Guys, you're brothers in the IH family, cant you get along?



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Matthew

02-14-2002 10:14:12




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Magnum, 02-13-2002 17:31:21  
Business dropped of because there is no fix to modern equipment. Farmers buy new or rent. By the way how many hours do Magnums have on them, they haven't been out very long. I'm not the only person who has great things to say about 806's. You are one of the first I've seen that hasn't got anything good to say about them. All the things you've previosly mentioned will eventually wear on any tractor. Except the pto pin they were weak!!

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Magnum

02-14-2002 18:00:10




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Matthew, 02-14-2002 10:14:12  
Name another tractor that has the TA problem that IH had. I seen several with 10,000 or more with only minor probems in their life so far. I worked on those beasts for years and the Magnum was IH's cure to most of their tractor troubles. I am not talking about the MX Magnums cause so far they have had their share of troubles.



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Grand Leveler

02-12-2002 11:40:27




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 Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Matthew, 02-12-2002 08:47:45  
I have to agree, 806 is one fine machine.



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Matthew

02-13-2002 15:56:14




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 Re: Re: Re: 560 vs. 706 horsepower in reply to Grand Leveler, 02-12-2002 11:40:27  
You betcha!!!



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