Does anyone know if the digital instrument cluster on 40 series tractors have a 5 digit hour meter or 4 digit? I donít think Iíve seen a tractor or cluster that made it to 10,000. I saw an ad for an 8240 elsewhere that begs the question. Thanks in advance.
Re: 40 Series Powerstar question in reply to RickB, 05-12-2019 05:31:40
My 8240 had close to 7,000 hours on it when I sold it. My 9000 shows a little under 3,000 hours but my cousin, who I bought it from, told me that the hour meter is the third one in it and that it has over 10,000 hours on it.
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