Low roof loader tractor

Bencroy

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Try wamsleys there in kesh fermanagh for a smaller case.they seem to have alot of very clean fresh stock@gone
 

Merv_B

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Thanks TS,
I am not really fully ofay with CNH models, I think, from what I have been told on here, that they are just about low enough for me, but a JXU is a way more suitable tractor?????????????? But I don't really know.
Looking again, I think they need to be on 34" tyres and without cab suspension to be low enough.

The Farmall U Pro is a modern Case CS94 with a ZF backend as opposed to the CNH transmission used in the other Farmall A/C/U models. The Austrian built U Pro was not out for long and was soon renamed as the Luxxum to differentiate it and is not available in blue. Has a Multicontroller armrest
 

lough

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Thanks TS,
I am not really fully ofay with CNH models, I think, from what I have been told on here, that they are just about low enough for me, but a JXU is a way more suitable tractor?????????????? But I don't really know.
Looking again, I think they need to be on 34" tyres and without cab suspension to be low enough.
I hope this helps you get a better understanding
They started out as the Fiat 80-90, 90-90 series

They were updated to the 94 series 88-94

The next update was as Fiat and New Holland
The Fiat models were the L60, L65, L75, L85, L95
The New Holland models were 4635, 4835, 5635, 6635, 7635

The next update they became
New Holland TL70, TL80, TL90, TL100
Near the end of production the Case versions were introduced, JX80U, JX90U, JX100U

The next update 2004-2008
New Holland TL70A, TL80A, TL90A, TL100A
Case JX1070U, JX1080U, JX1090U, JX1100U

The next update 2008-2018
New Holland T5040, T5050, T5060
I don't know what the Case equivalent is maybe @Merv_B would know

There is other versions of the Case with the letter U in the numbering and that confuses things further, these were the cheaper Turkish built ones, it is easy to tell the difference if you see a picture of the gear sticks in them, all the Case and New Hollands models above have the same style gear stick and is identical to that found in the Fiat 100-90, 110-90

The next update was the
New Holland T5.95, T5.105, T5.115, the models above were all very similar with no major changes, the T5 series was a big change, the cab became tall and smaller. I don't know what the Case equivalent is now that is built on the same production line as the New Holland version or if they are completely different and all built in the Steyr factory
 

Merv_B

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@lough

Below is a free to view guide on three- and four-cylinder tractors in 2015 and I think this was the first time we did these tractor guides.

The Farmall models came out in 2012 and the range comprised the following;
Farmall 55C to 75C replaced the Quantum C

Farmall 55A to 115A replaced the JX60 to JX90 (these were the New Holland TDD and had a narrower cab with curved rear side windows like an MF). The Farmall 55A is different to the rest of the A team as it is built in India and doesn't have a cab. The other models in this range are made in Turkey

Farmall 95U to 115U replaced the JX95U to JX115U which were the New Holland T5000. Like the JXU, the Farmall U is built in Italy.

The Farmall U Pro (95-115) arrived around 2014 and was designed and built in Austria. It has a Steyr heritage rather than Fiat/NH using a ZF back end and eventually tuned into the Luxxum.
 

gone

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Anyone want to put prices on a few tractors for me, that I would be selling to buy the low roofed loader tractor.
Firstly a 2wd MF 4235 12spd manual shuttle with 1200 hrs, spotless, other than the rear rims were repainted the wrong colour with a 4" brush.
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c4l

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10-12k for the ford but dad thinks that estimate is the outside of what it's worth but the fact she's that low houred gives it the bump
 

Barrowsider

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With those sort of hours they may appeal to MF and Ford enthusiasts as modern classics. Incredible condition. Were they yours from new Gone?
 

Mike

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10-12k for the ford but dad thinks that estimate is the outside of what it's worth but the fact she's that low houred gives it the bump
Are you joking? That 6640 with mega low hours is worth way more than that. In an auction situation, the sky could be the limit, but if I was looking for that size tractor, I would feel I was getting value at €18k
A semi rotten 6610 would make €10k
 

nashmach

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Are you joking? That 6640 with mega low hours is worth way more than that. In an auction situation, the sky could be the limit, but if I was looking for that size tractor, I would feel I was getting value at €18k
A semi rotten 6610 would make €10k

Agree completely, its 19k to 20k as a private sale no doubt.
 

Triaxle

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The very same year 6640 was sold on auction close to here a little over a year ago. It wasn't as tidy as @gone and it had circa 5000hrs but I think it made 10.5k
 
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eire23

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I persume the 4235 is of similar hp to a 390? Lads would fall over themselves for a 390 with 1200 genuine hours so can't see why you would have any bother moving it. If it was for sale in a mf garage with warrenty I would say it would be up on 23k
 

Arthur

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Are you joking? That 6640 with mega low hours is worth way more than that. In an auction situation, the sky could be the limit, but if I was looking for that size tractor, I would feel I was getting value at €18k
A semi rotten 6610 would make €10k
The 6640 is probably a bit of a rarity, most of the 40 series would have been sold in 4wd and also it's non dual power so a dry clutch.
 
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