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    gws
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    Default Ranch King Tractor

    Was up and running around NE ohio up in amish country and came across Ranch King farm store. In the spring this store was a TSC but has since changed. Here is a photo of a nice looking tractor.
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    Default Re: Ranch King Tractor

    Here is a smaller model 404 unit. From the writing on the tires I guess these are Chineese made tractors similar to the farm pro. Finish seems to be very nice, but not sure about fit.
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    Default Re: Ranch King Tractor

    Ranch King, Rural King, Tractor King. Too many kings spoils a monarchy... or so I've heard. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] [img]/forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

    Nice looking tractors, Gary. That cab model looks pretty cool. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Ranch King Tractor

    Hi Gary,
    Dont know about Tractor King, but a dealer not far from me carries Farm Pro and I was pretty impressed with the quality of the machine. Dont know if I would buy one but heck, Ive got three tractors allready!

    scotty

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    Default Re: Ranch King Tractor

    Our Farm King Store carries these models. They are Chinese Futiun or Foton, the same company that NH sued for trade dress. I don't know if they sell as fast as they come in or if they move them from store to store but they're typically on the lot for a month or less.

    Fit and finish is way better than Jinma.

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