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    Elite Member WilliamBos's Avatar
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    Default Re: 2615 4x4

    I love MF, but there is not enough money that I could be paid to buy anything built in India.

    Sorry, just saying. I hope they turn out to be reliable tractors for you guys.
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    Default Re: 2615 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    I love MF, but there is not enough money that I could be paid to buy anything built in India.

    Sorry, just saying. I hope they turn out to be reliable tractors for you guys.
    Me to. So far so good.

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    Elite Member WilliamBos's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmore View Post
    Me to. So far so good.
    Good to hear. Little quality control issues can turn people off a brand real fast. Hope these were early QC/QA glitches.
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    Default Re: 2615 4x4

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    I love MF, but there is not enough money that I could be paid to buy anything built in India.

    Sorry, just saying. I hope they turn out to be reliable tractors for you guys.
    Wow really? where were the tires on your truck or tractors "built"? And all those chinese fasteners holding the beloved GMC together those are better than made in India? I really mean no offense in my response.
    Do not say I would never, when you just may-already have!
    Which leads me to Her name and since a picture is worth a thousand words.
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    Facts are these tractors along with many others that are currently for sale in the North American continent are "made in India" But with components and designs from all over the world. ie. Spicer and Bosch components.
    I bought my tractor because I knew that the dealer was motivated to build a relationship and did the work required to convince me to believe in them, enough to know they would be there for me if I had issues. Which they are. Which is a lot more than I recieved from several other dealers I attempted to do business with.

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    Default Re: 2615 4x4

    My 2615 has 35 hours and I have exactly zero issues.
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    Elite Member WilliamBos's Avatar
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    Default Re: 2615 4x4

    I stand by my statement. I will not buy anything built in India. You cant choose where fasteners come from, but you can with the entire product. Next tractor could be a domestic built MF, since the smaller units do not offer anything I may need, like CVT, and SISU power.

    I have friends from India that share the same opinions. The working standards are horrible, and you are either filthy rich or dirt poor, no middle class.

    Quote Originally Posted by teampryor View Post
    Wow really? where were the tires on your truck or tractors "built"? And all those chinese fasteners holding the beloved GMC together those are better than made in India? I really mean no offense in my response.
    Do not say I would never, when you just may-already have!
    Which leads me to Her name and since a picture is worth a thousand words.
    -img_4028-jpg
    Facts are these tractors along with many others that are currently for sale in the North American continent are "made in India" But with components and designs from all over the world. ie. Spicer and Bosch components.
    I bought my tractor because I knew that the dealer was motivated to build a relationship and did the work required to convince me to believe in them, enough to know they would be there for me if I had issues. Which they are. Which is a lot more than I recieved from several other dealers I attempted to do business with.
    Thanks,

    Will


    I do not care if someone's net nanny is watching!! You need to stop...

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