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Topic: AC 7045 OR IH 5088
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05-05-2004 05:54:18

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My father is trying to decide on these 2 tractors I told him I Would try to find out all i could for him he wants good power and something that will last a while. He is a AC man but AC from the past like wd-45 an d-21. he had a d-21 about 10 yrs ago and loved it can these 2 tractors compare to a d-21. an which is better of the to.

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05-06-2004 20:09:50

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Re: AC 7045 OR IH 5088 in reply to ROB, 05-05-2004 05:54:18  
If resale will be a consideration I would say the IH in my area you can't hardly give a case away.In my opinion the IH would have better parts availability and price. Agco prices are high and many items discontinued.

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05-05-2004 15:32:35

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Re: AC 7045 OR IH 5088 in reply to ROB, 05-05-2004 05:54:18  
5088 way before a 7045! We have a 7045 and couldn't keep it in the field.

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