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Re: 886 986 internationals

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Posted by pete-mi on November 17, 2003 at 21:17:49 from (69.54.207.190):

In Reply to: 886 986 internationals posted by Travis on November 17, 2003 at 10:19:28:

They are good tractors and have held up well. I have herd of some trans problems over the years but part of it is due to the shift levers on the left side and not as easy to quickly shift as the 66 series. The 66 series shift levers are on the right side of the dash. With the torque you dont need to shift as often when doing field work. A lot of how well a tractor hold up depends on the operator and maintence. We have had 66 and 86 series tractors in over the years at work and they have been good tractors. I am not as fimilar with the 88 series so I cant tell you much about them. If you want to check for more information on parts for them you can see what we have to offer on our stores website at www.deurimplement.com . Click on the buy parts online section and go to Case-IH section for the IH tractors also. We have a 986 in now that I plan to put the snowblower on for this season. I hope this helps some.

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