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Posted by toby wray on April 15, 2001 at 20:25:51 from (

About 6 months ago i was asking if a 7130
case IH was a good tractor. I was asking
people to compare it to my 8070 allis everyone said it was better tractor with more power an alot newer which i new it was newer. So i got it an boys i tell ya
my 84 allis walks circles around that case IH. So i had it looked at by dealer
make sure it was running ok he tuned it up still dont have near lugging power as my allis. it runs good looks good an im not an allis lover i have 6 tractors 2 john deere 4020s, allis 8070, IH 966,
massey 275,an the 7130. So becareful what you buy just because evaryone says it is great dont mean it is.

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