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    J.I. Case 2390

    J.I. Case 2390 tractor photo
    1979 - 1983   90 Series
    Row-Crop tractor
    Previous model:J.I. Case 1370
    Larger:J.I. Case 2590
    Smaller:J.I. Case 2290




     

    Production:

    Manufacturer:J.I. Case
    Factory:Racine, Wisconsin, USA
    Original price (USD):$58,700 (1983)
     

    J.I. Case 2390 Engine:

       J.I. Case 8.3L 6-cyl diesel
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    Capacity:

    Fuel:85 gal [321.7 L]
     

    3-Point Hitch:

    Rear Type:III
    Rear lift:8000 lbs [3628 kg]
     

    Power Take-off (PTO):

    Rear PTO:independent
    Rear RPM:1000
     

    Dimensions & Tires:

    Wheelbase:104 inches [264 cm]
    Weight:15590 to 18710 pounds
    Front tire:11.00-16
    Rear tire:18.4-38
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    2390 Serial Numbers:

    Location:Data plate on instrument panel
    1978: 8835443
    1979: 8840001
    1980: 9901001
    1981: 9910025
    1982: 9918830
    1983: 9924700

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    J.I. Case 2390 Power:

    Drawbar (tested):137.72 hp [102.7 kW]
    PTO (tested):160.72 hp [119.8 kW]
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    Mechanical:

    Chassis:4x2 2WD
    Differential lock:rear standard
    Steering:hydrostatic power
    Brakes:hydraulic wet disc
    Cab:Silent Guardian cab standard with air-conditioning.
     

    Hydraulics:

    Type:closed center
    Valves:2 to 4
    Pump flow:23 gpm [87.1 lpm]
     

    Electrical:

    Ground:negative
    Charging system:alternator
    Charging amps:72
    Charging volts:12
     

    Battery:

     

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