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obviously a stupid question but a decent 1086 vs a  regular 1466, i know more cubic inches, 1086 nicer cab, 1466 not as nice,  are the brakes the same as a 1066? o know the 1466 we have the brakes drums are a lot larger, axles size? rear ends any different, we just need another kind of a backup tractor, either one would be good, thanks

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Late or early 1466 may make a difference. They increased the rpm on the Late 66 series.

The 1086 and 1486 seem to be the same tractor except the 22 cubic inches, fuel settings and the pto speed.

 

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We had an earlier 1466 with cozy cab and traded it for a later 1086.  I'd say the 1466 pulled just a bit better but man it was close,  really close.  I really liked running the 1086 much more but both where really good for us on our farm.

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Years ago I helped a neighbor that had a 1466 and I had my 1086 we both had identical plows 5-16s plowing in the same field the 1466 would pull the plow a gear higher and had more lugging power I told him he should be pulling 6-16's with it

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Capability wise it's a toss up. 22 cubic inches isn't a huge difference maker, a DT414 can make all the power the driveline can handle in the field and then some. Put the same tires on them, weigh them the same, tune them for the same power output. They should run neck and neck with the same implement in the same field.

Both have 3.5" axles, BTW.

Frankly it's down to whichever one is the better deal, in better shape, and/or whichever one you like better.

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On 5/15/2022 at 11:31 AM, redpower123 said:

I have had both at the same time and the 1466 can put it on a 1086 but it should its a bigger tractor 

Yep, same here. I’ve simultaneously owned a 1976 1466 Black Stripe and a 1980 1086 Tri Stripe. I knew the 1466 tested at a conservatively set 160 PTO HP, but I never knew what the 1086 was putting out, but it was healthy and low houred. 

I tried both on my Krause soil saver, and the 1466 did outperform the 1086, with both tractors similarly dualed snd weighted. I later obtained a CIH 7220 MAGNUM, while still keeping the 1086 and 1466. The 7220 (2WD, like the 10’ and the 14’) out worked both the 10’ and the 14’.  

 

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I think the difference between a 414 and a 436 is a 1/4" on the stroke between the motors.   Condition and price would be what determined which way I would go.  Either tractor can be set to whatever HP as the other,  all things being pretty much equal.  

 

8.3 in the Magnum is 505 cubes and the tractor itself is bigger/heavier so yeah I'd expect a Magnum to out work a 10 or 14 IH :) :)

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