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Have found this on www.konedata.net Kan someone tell me
more about it? It is not my own picture..
Bjarne
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its a prototype from the 70`s
got it some where in one of my books,will post more about it
later.
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its NOT a prototype,they built this one from 75-80 with a
6.6lt.turbo with 136HP.
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Thanks JDeere.. Do you know how many was build and how did
it steer?

Bjarne
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Valmet 1502 was based on Valmet forestry machines. I thought
about 35 or 50 are built. Don't know exactly. It's a 6x6
with only front-axle steering. The first couple of tractors
didn't even have hydraulic steering-assist ( Can you imagine
how hard it was to drive !! ) A lot of these tractors where
used in peat-industri. Some of them were equipped with
rubber-tracks mounted on the back axles. Due to the
positioning of the windows in the cabin, Valmet claimed the
temperature in cabin was always nice, even on hot days
without airco. Originally this tractor was designed for high
speed land work on big farms. Not many where sold because
the farmers where not ready yet for such type of tractor and
offcourse also because of the little power of the tractor.
In the 03-series, there wasn't a successor on the 1502.
Biggest model was 1203 with a 4 cilinder with comprex-turbo,
giving about 115 horse power I thought. That was a lot for
that time out of 4 cilinder!
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RWM.. Thanks alot... Very interresting reading about this
strange tractor..

Yes and now Valtra has made a 4-cylinder engine with 160
HP.. How can they do that without the engine blow up?

Bjarne
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And in Finland I have seen a 170 HP version of the 4.9 litre back in November of 2004.

FH
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Bjarne wrote:

Yes and now Valtra has made a 4-cylinder engine with 160
HP.. How can they do that without the engine blow up?


In Finland we know how to build strong and powerful engines.. ;-)

Visit: http://tractorpulling.valtra.com/equipment/1_1.htm


-Jomppis
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I will adjust some of what RVM wrote: I find it hard to believe that 1502 didn't have hadraulic steering assist, since all models from the little 47 hp 502 and up to the 110 hp/424Nm supercharged 1203 had hydrostatic steering since 1972.

Valmet also was first in the world to put turbo on a 4 cyl tractor engine, in the 102 Hp model 1100 in 1969

And it's wrong to believe that the 03 series replaced the 02 series, because all 02 tractors had 8+2 speed transmission (502/602 = 6+2), and the 703, 803, 903, 1103 and 1203 had 16+4 speed, two-stage powershift. These 02 and 03 models was both on the market up to 1981. The 1502 was the only 02 series tractor with 16+4 speed
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