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DAMALL 22812 305 4350 either
French brochure
Re: 4350
that is wrong. there is no 4350. but 4250 and 4450.
Re: 4350
As you can see on this 2nd picture, 4350 exists.
140 engine hp
7640 cc
6 cylinders
Available on French market in mid-80's.
And I have its brochure...
You may not know all DEERE's tractors.;-)
Re: 4350
Must be the European version of the JD 4450 made in the U.S.
Re: 4350
Must be some special model for the french market, with maybe
another fuelpump or something just to fill up the gap
between the 4250 and th 4450. Import companies often make an
agreement with a tractorproducer to make such models that
compare with the needs of the country's market. for
example,I live in Holland at the Belgian border, and in our
region we have had Deutz DX models that were the same as the
belgian DX models but just had other typenumbers.
Re: 4350
the 4350 to be available in almost all Europe, being just as
4240S, built between 1986 and 1988, 140hp 6 to cilynder
turbo , shift quad ranger, to be between the 4050 and the
4250 , built in germany in mannhein
Re: 4350
the 4350 was availiable earlier than the rest of the 50
Series line (4050 - 4850) in Germany. It was only a freshed
up 4240(S). It is not similar to the other US-50 Series
tractors. It´s more 40 Series than 50 Series ( work
lights in the hood, two coloured cab frame, shed metal..)
It was build together in Mannheim with most (all?)
components from the States. Also it was done this way with
the bigger 40 Series tractors earlier. The only "real"
Mannheim build machines of the mid 80´s were the 840 to 3640
an later 1350 to 3650. As far as i know the 4350 was only
some years (2 ?) in the european line. Later there were only
40/42/44/46/4850 tractors. Will look in my JD-Tractors book
for facts...
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