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Did a 680 ever exist?

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beardedwoodman

07-12-2018 21:03:04




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I have this tractor I just picked up with a 600 nose badge and the serial number doesnít match to anything I can find online. It also has what appears to me to be a 680 above it - image attached. I just want to know what I have, Iíve never been around tractors before a few weeks ago. It has 5 speed plus reverse & live PTO. My google searching has hit abroad block third party image

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Sean in PA

07-14-2018 13:02:56




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
If it's got a 5 speed transmission, then it is either a 650 or a 660, as those were the only models in the 600 series that had a 5 speed. The 650 has transmission driven (non-live) PTO and the 660 has live PTO.



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Sean in PA

07-14-2018 05:58:21




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
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Nobody has mentioned "8N" so far except you.



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Tim PloughNman Daley

07-14-2018 05:56:16




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
BeardMan-
That second s/n digit looks to me to be the numeral "3". The first digit could be an "8" though. What size engine do you have? The 600 Series would have the 134 CID Red Tiger OHV engine. An 800 Series would have the 172 CID Red Tiger OHV engine. Either one, the second digit '3' would indicate a 4-speed trans and no PTO. HTH...

Tim Daley(MI)



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beardedwoodman

07-14-2018 12:02:14




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to Tim PloughNman Daley, 07-14-2018 05:56:16  
Hey Tim, so I am really green in knowing anything about tractors. Im second guessing myself on the live PTO comment, but I havenít been out to the place im keeping it to look since Iíve posted this. I know it has the 5 gears plus reverse in the up and down shifter configuration and all 5 are printed on the transmission casing so I know it wasnít added aftermarket. Again another dilemma because that rules out a 630 right? So I can also see a 5 there if I squint ... so maybe a 650? Iím headed there today or tomorrow to confirm by checking the PTO and seeing if it is actually double clutch or transmission PTO.

Iím also trying to find information about the loader side connection on the bucket I want to get a quick attach adapter but I canít find specs on what I have - I have the actual measurements but everywhere selling adapters only references the style of connector, like JD / Global Euro etc. any suggestions?

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WayneIA

07-13-2018 03:19:07




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
The two 8s in the serial number don't match what you are calling an 8 in the model number, at least to my eyes.



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Tim PloughNman Daley

07-14-2018 05:49:44




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to WayneIA, 07-13-2018 03:19:07  
What '8Ns' are you referring to? Wayne is asking about a 600 Model.

Tim Daley(MI)



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Larry NCKS

07-13-2018 00:59:29




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
I think the remaining paint and rust are skewing the number. I can read 660 out of that.



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beardedwoodman

07-13-2018 07:23:04




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to Larry NCKS, 07-13-2018 00:59:29  
third party image

More Iíve been looking at it I think youíre right Iíll be cleaning it up to paint and take a closer look then. Either way it runs great and weíre happy with it.



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Sean in PA

07-12-2018 21:30:14




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to beardedwoodman, 07-12-2018 21:03:04  
The 8 as the middle digit didn't happen until the S-O-S transmission came out during the '01 series tractors, so there was no such thing as a 680. A 600 series with 5 speeds plus reverse and live PTO would be a 660. It does look like it's stamped either 630 or 680 though. As I said, there was no such thing as a 680, and a 630 would be a 4 speed with 3 point hydraulics but no PTO.



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beardedwoodman

07-12-2018 22:26:43




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 Re: Did a 680 ever exist? in reply to Sean in PA, 07-12-2018 21:30:14  
Thank you, that was my dilemma, everything feature wise said 660 but the numbers threw me off.



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