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Re: 8160 New Holland

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Posted by JHEnt on May 15, 2004 at 18:20:51 from (216.138.51.158):

In Reply to: 8160 New Holland posted by Kent in NB on May 15, 2004 at 17:21:00:

Keep in mind that an 8160 is just 90 HP. Your old 8600 could have been running much higher.
If its been on lease I would change all of the fluids including the trans/hyd oil. Most tractors that are leased and then turned in rarely get proper maintenece. Many would have never had the hyd filters changed unless the leaser let the dealer do a 50 hour filter change.
If it did get good maintenece then it should be a good tractor.

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