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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:16 am    Post subject: White 2-105 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I have the opportunity to be an open-station White 2-105 with less than 5M hours at a very good price. The tires are worn completely out and flat on the rear and the fronts are dry cracked. This tractor has been sitting idle under a shelter for 5+ years. I used jumper cables and a wisp of ether and the engine started right up. After engine warm-up, the oil pressure is very good. The cooling system is clean looking but the anti-freeze has a horrible smell (it's more than 5 years old) but no sign of oil in it. Does anyone know of any inherent weakness in the White 2-105 tractor line? What about transmission or rear axle issues?
 
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:08 am    Post subject: Re: White 2-105 Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Pretty decent tractor actually. Used the Oliver 1855 transmission,rear end and hydraulics married up to a 354 Perkins like the 1850 Oliver.
The only thing would be age I guess. Parts are plentiful through Agco and aftermarket suppliers. The engine and the 3 speed over/under hydrapower unit are pretty much bullet proof. Like I said,age on some of the seals and the hydraulics,but you'll run in to that with any tractor.
 
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