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White 2-135 Differences

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J.A.R

11-18-2020 11:49:19




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Looking at buying a White 2-135 2wd but upon looking at pics of them I noticed that some are all silver and some have red stripes or decals so to say. Dont know if that's like a different series thing. If anyone could enlighten me itd be much appreciated TIA.




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G706

11-22-2020 13:56:01




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 Re: White 2-135 Differences in reply to J.A.R, 11-18-2020 11:49:19  
There was an article in Heritage Iron about the White tractors a while back. Here is the a picture of the controls on our 1981 red stripe 135.



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rrlund

11-18-2020 13:45:39




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 Re: White 2-135 Differences in reply to J.A.R, 11-18-2020 11:49:19  
This is the Series 3 console and what you can see of the dash.



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rrlund

11-18-2020 12:49:53




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 Re: White 2-135 Differences in reply to J.A.R, 11-18-2020 11:49:19  
There were three versions. The gray stripe was the earliest. White went bankrupt in 81 and was bought up by Texas Investments. When they restarted production, they made the red stripe Series 2 with WFE on the hood sides instead of White. It was pretty much the same as the gray stripe mechanically. The first ones built in 82 were the Series 3 red stripe. The cab looks the same on the outside, but it's really totally different. It's the modular cab, isolated from the dash. The whole interior is different. The dash is high and black, not the knee knocking low woodgrain dash, and has a digital tach. The console is higher, levers are longer. The shift, Over/Under lever and throttle are all on the console. I can't tell you if there are any actual mechanical differences to speak of. I have an 82 Series 3, but don't have any personal experience with the first two series.

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J.A.R

11-18-2020 12:26:09




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 Re: White 2-135 Differences in reply to J.A.R, 11-18-2020 11:49:19  
Know of any specific differences?



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rustred

11-18-2020 12:22:30




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its the newer model.



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rustred

11-18-2020 12:50:39




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 Re: White 2-135 Differences in reply to rustred, 11-18-2020 12:22:30  
i dont myself.



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