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    Default Re: Smaller John Deere out pulls bigger Kubota

    A for pete's sake, not 30!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinsph View Post
    Classic TBN post. Why protest so loudly? Nothing wrong with a litlle well placed loyalty imo, seems to be lacking in younger generations from what I see. I agree that blind loyalty is foolish, most of us like whatever has served us well and that helps build confidence in a brand. At the same time making assumptions as to why someone else choose green paint without reference is well "uniformed". Most of us work with what we have and recognize it is only machinery.
    FWIW...I have viewed this entire thread (starting with the OP) as tongue in cheek...the title itself was obviously meant to stir things up in the age old color/brand versus brand/color debates...The OP chose a traction issue to stir the pot and I don't think I'm the only one that thinks he fell into it (the pot)...

    some folks have very thin skins and fail to recognize sarcasm or jesting...(stick poking) and take the "pokes" much deeper than they should

    As for brand loyalty...nothing the matter with that...Peter Lynch always recommends buying stocks/products that "you know"...good advice when buying anything IMO...
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    Quote Originally Posted by /pine View Post
    FWIW...I have viewed this entire thread (starting with the OP) as tongue in cheek...the title itself was obviously meant to stir things up in the age old color/brand versus brand/color debates...The OP chose a traction issue to stir the pot and I don't think I'm the only one that thinks he fell into it (the pot)...

    some folks have very thin skins and fail to recognize sarcasm or jesting...(stick poking) and take the "pokes" much deeper than they should

    As for brand loyalty...nothing the matter with that...Peter Lynch always recommends buying stocks/products that "you know"...good advice when buying anything IMO...
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    Quote Originally Posted by /pine View Post
    FWIW...I have viewed this entire thread (starting with the OP) as tongue in cheek...the title itself was obviously meant to stir things up in the age old color/brand versus brand/color debates...The OP chose a traction issue to stir the pot and I don't think I'm the only one that thinks he fell into it (the pot)...

    some folks have very thin skins and fail to recognize sarcasm or jesting...(stick poking) and take the "pokes" much deeper than they should

    As for brand loyalty...nothing the matter with that...Peter Lynch always recommends buying stocks/products that "you know"...good advice when buying anything IMO...
    I don't believe I fell into anything, as you put it. If I were to re write it, I would tell it over the same way, do you know why? Because thats the way it happened, and there's no getting around that. Truth is you kubota fanatics just can't handle some good old JD bragging, especially when it includes a Kubota coming up short. (talk about thin skinned)

    Now you say there's nothing wrong with brand loyalty, but what you obviously mean is, there is nothing wrong with brand loyalty as long as the brand isn't John Deere.

    Funny thing is Kubota owners get so bent out of shape when JD is mentioned, but from what I've seen, JD owners couldn't care less when someone brags about their Kubota. Why do you think that is? I've bragged about my Kubota many times on this forum, and never once do I remember being attacked by JD fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bert View Post
    I don't believe I fell into anything, as you put it. If I were to re write it, I would tell it over the same way, do you know why? Because thats the way it happened, and there's no getting around that. Truth is you kubota fanatics just can't handle some good old JD bragging, especially when it includes a Kubota coming up short. (talk about thin skinned)

    Now you say there's nothing wrong with brand loyalty, but what you obviously mean is, there is nothing wrong with brand loyalty as long as the brand isn't John Deere.

    Funny thing is Kubota owners get so bent out of shape when JD is mentioned, but from what I've seen, JD owners couldn't care less when someone brags about their Kubota. Why do you think that is? I've bragged about my Kubota many times on this forum, and never once do I remember being attacked by JD fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bert View Post
    I don't believe I fell into anything, as you put it. If I were to re write it, I would tell it over the same way, do you know why? Because thats the way it happened, and there's no getting around that. Truth is you kubota fanatics just can't handle some good old JD bragging, especially when it includes a Kubota coming up short. (talk about thin skinned)

    Now you say there's nothing wrong with brand loyalty, but what you obviously mean is, there is nothing wrong with brand loyalty as long as the brand isn't John Deere.

    Funny thing is Kubota owners get so bent out of shape when JD is mentioned, but from what I've seen, JD owners couldn't care less when someone brags about their Kubota. Why do you think that is? I've bragged about my Kubota many times on this forum, and never once do I remember being attacked by JD fans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bert View Post
    I don't believe I fell into anything, as you put it. If I were to re write it, I would tell it over the same way, do you know why? Because thats the way it happened, and there's no getting around that. Truth is you kubota fanatics just can't handle some good old JD bragging, especially when it includes a Kubota coming up short. (talk about thin skinned)

    Now you say there's nothing wrong with brand loyalty, but what you obviously mean is, there is nothing wrong with brand loyalty as long as the brand isn't John Deere.

    Funny thing is Kubota owners get so bent out of shape when JD is mentioned, but from what I've seen, JD owners couldn't care less when someone brags about their Kubota. Why do you think that is? I've bragged about my Kubota many times on this forum, and never once do I remember being attacked by JD fans.
    you fell (actually plopped) in alright...no denying it...otherwise you wouldn't still be flailing away struggling to get out...too funny!
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    I know it's your story and likely happened but based on you saying, Deere has best all around performance from a tire traction test just would not convince me to trade my ole kubota in for a Deere.

    I operate heavy equipment for a living and am a yellow paint Deere fan but rest assure, Deere has it's fair share of problems. Also Caterpillar is generally the more expensive of the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by /pine View Post
    you fell (actually plopped) in alright...no denying it...otherwise you wouldn't still be flailing away struggling to get out...too funny!

    Ok fine, more stupid remarks. I think I know you enough from this thread, not to expect much more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bert View Post
    Ok fine, more stupid remarks. I think I know you enough from this thread, not to expect much more.
    Really funny coming from someone that has made so many incorrect assumptions in your replies to my posts in this thread...flail on...
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