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  1. #1
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    Default Chinese tractors in the UK

    after owned a Siromer 204S for 6 years, I know bought the big brother, the Siromer 384 with agriculture tyres. The previous front loader and back hoe fit perfectly. The Siromeris very similar to the Jinma

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    Veteran Member moored4's Avatar
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    to TBN!

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    Good to have you aboard.
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    WELCOME to TBN

    I moved your thread to the Chinese Tractors Forum.

  6. #6
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    "Shire badged" Jinma 284LE

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    Hi rinjdorp,

    I think you'll find they are the same tractor just with a different name. I purchased a Shire badged "Jinma". There are numerous variants of the Jinma tractor e.g. Stockman, Shire and Siromer. Mine was purchased in the U.K. but I now reside in France. If you should require any spares for your tractor see Paddy Kearsley at Kearsley Tractors.

    Happy tractoring

    John

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    Gold Member TTTTTT's Avatar
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    Dong Feng 354 (Oct 2008)

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    I think you will find that Shire tractors are actually Dongfeng's (DF) and are much different than Jinma's. The engines are totally different. The hydraulics/tranny are combined unlike Jinma's or from what I have learned any other Chineese tractor. I am a little byassed as I have one, but I think the quality is a little better and the standard features were a little better when I was doing my tractor search a few years back. The Siromer's are I believe rebadged Jinma's

    The Shire Range

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    Dave
    DF-354 (Oct.2008), Town Sunny 404 Loader,
    Town Sunny 3pt BH -6',
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    Shire 320

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    My Shire 320 appears to be a Jinma as the approval label on the ROP bar says its a variation of the Jinma

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