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jose 25405 116 agco allis 7600 either
agco allis 7600
agco allis 7600 = same laser 100
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Re: agco allis 7600
He jose. have you taken that photo from that Agco? Because
look next near the Agco tractor. I think that it is an 8070.
And is there an Same silver in Agco colors?
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Re: agco allis 7600
Hey Johan,

That's an AC 8030 beside the 7600. Has 133hp I think. Nice
tractor!:-)

Lance
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Re: agco allis 7600
He lance. Yes your are right. When i zoom in the photo i can
see its an 8030. But i dont wish that the 8030 has 4wd. I
only thinks that it was by the 8050 and 8070. Is the 8010 in
4wd too?
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Re: agco allis 7600
Johan,

Yep all four models were available w/4wd. Oh, I also learned
that there was talk of an 8095, that would have had about
200hp, but when Deutz bought AC, that was scrapped and the
9100 series tractors came out.

Lance
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Re: agco allis 7600
Johan,

Yep all four models were available w/4wd. Oh, I also learned
that there was talk of an 8095, that would have had about
200hp, but when Deutz bought AC, that was scrapped and the
9100 series tractors came out.

Lance
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Re: agco allis 7600
Yes Lance. the would bring out a 8095. That tractor was the
first tractor that was over the 200hp. And it had a komatsu
engine. But the concept was in 1984 and it was too late to
bring it out. The were never build only a proto type. I dont
now that you have the A/C book : Allis-Chalmers Farm
Equipment 1914-1985. In that book on page 138/139 is a photo
whit a longer 8070 that most be the 8095. The tractor would
had a three speed range plus the revised powershift
transmission would have 18-forward and 3-reverse speeds. I
dont have a photo but i will try to scan that photo out off
the book.
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Johan,

Nah I don't have the book, wished I did though. I read about
the 8095 off some website, and I heard a few people talk
about it too. I think that when AC was bought by Deutz, they
should have stuck with the 8000 series tractors because they
were waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay ahead of their time. They still have
maybe the largest cab of any tractor today, and a lot of
today's new tractors were based off that tractor. Not the
design itself, but most of the other things like the cab.

Lance
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