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kenworth 351025 315 WA-17 either
WA-17
2nd hand in the states
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other side
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how many hp does he have ??


Willem
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willem, should be 280 HP (SAE table), but thats the one in green, I thought that they were the same...
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they are the same,just diff.hood.JD sold those in green :-)
about 250 i guess,but will look for the real facts.
wonder myself
there was also WA-9,14,24
Wagner was one of the 1st 4 WD`s,for a while the produced for JD in between 8020 and the 7020 in mid 60`s.
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Very nice pictures

Thanks :-)
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What a beast! Looks like something straight out of Communist Eastern Europe from the 1980's.
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no its from the 50`s and from USA
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i should add there was also a WA-4,6 and a twinn engined WA-30
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WA-17 has 220 drawbar and 280 eng HP.

WA-14 has 155 drawbar HP and 225 eng HP
@2100 rpm out of a 743 cu l-6 Cummins.:-P
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Ok, interesting.
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A model of the Wagner we are building and selling. We have many in the USA and Canada.
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Another model of Wagner we are building.
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Cool, very realistic compared to the original (going off the pics at the start of this post), good work :-)
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which scale is it?
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The Wagners are 1/16 scale and made of aluminium castings.
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another 1
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with triples
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Nice pictures :-) the tyres look very close together when fitted with triples.
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