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Erick1986 442447 303 2950 either
2950
At a local dealer.
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didn't know that a 2950 exists :-\ is it a 4 or a 6 cilinder? looks like a 6
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There was certainly a 2650 & a 2850 here in Australia but I have never heard of a 2950 either. Maybe it was a USA thing?
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Its like this 3650 I found a couple of years ago on machinefinder in Spain with american rearaxle. I think they have different numbers in USA than in Europe.
Would this 3650 have the same tranny as a european one or maybe a powershift or something like that?
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Nice 2950, they did a great job re-painting this tractor.

We had a 2950 on the family farm years ago. It didn't have the company cab and it was a 2wd. I still remember to this day, that the cost was $23,500-24,500 CDN, plus the Laurin cab and installation.

I believe that they got more for the tractors when they traded it in.

It had a 6 cylinders engine. For more information see the link below.

http://www.tractordata.com/td/td122.html
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Maybe the same as a 3050?
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same as the 3350 wich has 100 engine HP,the 2950 has 85 pto HP just diff rear axles.
also built in Mannheim with same tranny,the 3650 aswell.
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