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Just saw they followed the “bargain brands“ and now have a no DPF engine in the 5 series tractor. I’ve read folks say, if it worked so well, why aren’t the big brands using it? Well, now they are.

Sort if interested in seeing the 5050E
 
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Wonder if its a Mahindra diesel? Or Deere stealthily copied it?
 
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Wonder if its a Mahindra diesel? Or Deere stealthily copied it?
Simpson has been doing the same for Massey in the 2600 tractors.
Seems it’s catching on.
 
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I had heard some rumors a while back it might be Fiat so FPT?
 
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I had heard some rumors a while back it might be Fiat so FPT?

No, it is a Deere engine, the 3029. They just changed from no EGR and a combination DOC/DPF to EGR and a DPF-less DOC for MY2023. Deere did actually use a few of the 3.4 FPT engines in the 5G specialty tractors, but those were the only FPT-engined Deeres out there. As far as I can tell, Deere stopped using the FPT engines in the 5G series in favor of their own 3029 and 4045 engines for MY2023.

CNH and AGCO use DPF-less DOC setups so it was them vs. Deere and Kubota who used a DPF for under-75 HP utility tractors, until this year when Deere joined the no-DPF camp.
 
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Deutz engines are the same up to about 80 Hp. Wherever they are used, whether in their own tractors or TYM. There might be others too.
 
 
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