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  1. #1
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    Default Farmall 75A vs 75C

    Several thousand in price separate the two models but: They have the same engine, are within 100lbs of the same weight, have the same tires, are within 500lbs of the same 3pth lift capacity, are within a couple gallons of hydraulic pump capacity. The 75C does have more transmission choices including hydraulic and mechanic shuttle and a much, much nicer operators platform. (I test drove both) But such a wide price range? I'm I missing something? Thoughts anyone.

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    Case IH Farmall 95

    Default Re: Farmall 75A vs 75C

    From what I understand, the A series should have a heavier frame and capacity than the C series. However, the C series will have more options for fancier transmissions and push button pto engagement. The A series is a more basic workhorse tractor. You should carefully review the specs from the Case website.

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