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Old 09-13-2017, 03:53 PM
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I've been looking at different new tractor packages, which brand would you guys recommend as most reliable
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read through this one..had some good info
http://forum.gon.com/showthread.php?...hlight=tractor
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Mahindra for the money.
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Most major brands are reliable. I would also look at where you are going to take it for repairs/service etc....Some tractor mechanics are very opinionated about ease of repairs on certain tractors.
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Pulled the trigger last Saturday and got me a John Deere 3032e with bush hog and disc harrow, having a blast working it
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Congrats tractors are fun. I wouldn't ever let a dealer or service be a deciding factor. I've had many tractors and actually have four right now. I've never had to take one in for repair and have had very few minor repairs that I fixed myself. Of course there's probably plenty people that either don't want to repair maintain they're own or have the ability. This would be a concern if someone was in that group I reckon.
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