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Re: Agco White tractors

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Posted by Red Painter on April 05, 2002 at 16:02:44 from (

In Reply to: Agco White tractors posted by PA Farmer D-man on April 04, 2002 at 20:23:38:

After AGCO bought Massey, they bought out a
32 gear partial powershift 6124 and 6144 in
1995 which was a version of the 18 speed full
powershift 6125 and 6145 with different
tranny. I assume that the 6124 and 6144 were
more cost effective and the transmission was
probably based on or same as the Massey
tranny used at the time. The rest of the tractor
was built in the US either in Coldwater, Ohio
or in Independence, Mo. About in 98 or 99 (not
sure of the year), this size of tractor began
being sourced from France but looked like
current Agco series tractors of that hp size.

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