Tractors that never made production

Wellytrack

Member
Always fancied one of those valtra XM's, like a T series that articulated in the middle, very good concept


Seen one of these on a pit at a silage Demo. Thought they were a good thing tbh.

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Roy_H

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All our later IHs had the conventional TAs fitted, but for some reason the set up they used on the little 434 was a bit of a disaster. I remember it had a big Tecalemit filter assembly under the dash and it used to get very hot. I think they changed it by the time the 674s and the like came out although even that system had its failings. :)
We had a 674 with T/A and it was one of the first things that failed on it.
 

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