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    Veteran Member Rowski's Avatar
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    Default Mountain tractor

    Stumbled across this tractor made by REFORM-WERKE BAUER & CO GmbH. They are located in Switzerland and Austria.

    Looks pretty neat. A little big for my taste but looks neat.

    Mountian tractor

    I like the multi-funtion control lever.

    Here a link to specs in German but has a few pictures of the frame and drive train. It's in PDF format


    Probably nothing that could be had here for a reasonable price anyways [img]/forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img].

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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    Derek,
    That looks like a pretty slick unit. The first thing that came to my mind was whether Mchalkley has one yet. Looks like it meets a lot of what he wanted while searching for the perfect tractor.

    MarkV

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    Gold Member FamilyFarm's Avatar
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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    WOW, looking at those pics and specs - I'm afraid tractoring on one of those could be FUN [img]/forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img] - but surely tractoring isn't meant to be fun - is it ?? [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
    It would be interesting to see a price for that 80hp, almost 3 ton tractor with a full set of implements!

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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    Anyone want to take bets on how much it costs. The "small" self loading Pottinger hay wagon shown with it goes for about $30K. I'm betting the tractor is close to $100K.

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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    That is a classy looking tractor. It probably cost more to get into the states than a new BX22 out the door. Are there any dealers in the USA? I did not see any compact tractors on their website. Always fun to look at new tractors...

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    Platinum Member wasabi's Avatar
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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    Awesome looking rig....pricey I'm quite sure!! The closest tractor I've seen to it is the Power Trac 2445 (Made in USA), which MChalkley was enamoured with before buying his Earth Force.

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    Default Re: Mountain tractor

    I take it you guys are discussing the Reform Mounty. Very interesting looking tractor. I like their trucks too.

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