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okangas 32014 172 County 774 either
County 774
County 774 with Vilske
Re: County 774
Nice little tractor, but would imagine its a bit under
powered for road work or climbing around on hills.

Was this tractor for sale....if so how Euros?

I was in Helsinki about 2 years ago and recall seeing a 4
cyl. series II on a road widening project just outside
Helsinki heading towards Kotka [I think]...well, East
anyway.....nice place, Finland, friendly people and Lapin
Kulta beer.

Are there many Countys in Finland?
Re: County 774
Yes there is few Countys left in Finland. This 774 was for
sale and the price was around 9000e, but this machine was
USED. It had work with compaction roll and I think it has
enough power for that.
Re: County 774
Theres no such thing as an under powered county. You would
see that if you drove one.
Re: County 774
Only reason I made this comment Dave was because I own a
1004 and have driven 1174s and 1184s on and off over the
last 12 years, they often take time to 'pick up their feet'
when doing road work or spreading fertiliser on steep
ground; by comparison 100+hp compared to 86 BS HP [or 82 DIN
HP depending on your preference] of a 774 would make quite
some difference. Maybe I'm not so qualified as you but just
think about it - weight versus power!
Re: County 774
I think that it depends what you are comparing it to. I cant
say that ive found them slow to pick up when doing road
work. I have used them working on very steep ground with a
scrub topper but we travel very slowly anyway. I prefer
Roadless tractors over the county anyway, they are more
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