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HWOODS 76124 58 Vomit either
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The valtra vomit in the workshop just for a change :-\
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What model is this?
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What model is this?
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i think a 365 or 375 verry nice tractors valtra strong in
power en quality ;-)
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i think a 365 or 375 verry nice tractors valtra strong in
power en quality ;-)
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Never heard about 375, but it sure is a -65, and not a 665
because it looks like it is a 3 cyl. So it should be 365,
465 or 565.
I had a -87 405-4 with 2,7 litre engine,61 Hp, not 3,3 litre
like this tractor have. And the 2,7 litre was known to be
loaded with problems, and that was right for our Valmet. Too
bad, because it's a very good tractor. :-(
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sorry i typed it rong :-[ ofcourse i mend 365 ,465 etc. i
drove such 1 fore onece and i really liked it it seems to me
a really good tractor for rowcrop cultivating haying and
little other jops at the farm
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There is just one thing these tractors don't have, that they
really need. And thats the "delta power" transmission, like
the bigger mezzo have.
8+2 gears is not enough, and the split they offer these
days, is not good enough, because you have got to use the
clutchpedal when splitting.
Otherwise it's a exellent tractor: really good
groundclearence, flat floor, narrow turning circle, good
visibility, easy to maintain and work on.
The cab could be more quiet, but the cab on this one is
mostly the same as the -02 series, who came out in 1972,
with 84 dB noiselevel, flat floor, all handels on the right
side, and so on. (look at my -79 1102-4 in my album, that's
a really beast of a tractor, nothing can break it down)
There is nothing like an old Valmet ;-)
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