Topic: Farmall 140A Comments?
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I have been looking at a "on the dealers lot" new Farmall 140A. I believe it to be a 2014 model so I am thinking it is a 6 cylinder. I say this because it looks like in 2015 it is going to a 4 cylinder to meet the Tier 4 requirements.
So, given this is a new tractor it has been around a few years. Can anyone tell me if this tractor has any issues? The one I am looking at is 2WD, cab, 96" axles, air-ride seat (no swivel), 4 remotes, 12 front weights, 10 rear wheel weights. I would consider axle duels.
I believe this to be an economy model with 16x8 transmission. Collar shift H/L, 4 speed gear shift synchronized, and this one has a shift on the go H/L. Oh, and it has a power reverser.
Again, any comments?
My work is plowing with a JD 4200 3x18" rollover plow, plowing with a JD F145 4x16" semi-mount plow, chiseling with a 7 shank disk chisel, disking with a JD 210 ~13" disk, and pulling gravity boxes. Maybe 4-6 row planting corn and 10-15 ft planting soybeans.
I also posted this on the YTmag forums.
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