It doesn't seem to have a whole lot of power, but it has very low gears. It's very solid & well built and weighs 3,600 lbs without loader. The plastic power steering reservoir that I tore the bottom fitting out running over brush. I cut the broken nipple off and threaded a 3/8" inch pipe it worked. Who knows how long. A new metal replacement tank is $100. I may replace, if the patch job fails, but I needed to fix in field and get back to work.
Parts are expensive. It's the same as Branson Part. I suppose all tractor parts are expensive. I also tore the radiator drain value - another expensive plastic part. I just took the value off and put a connector in. If you are going to be brush hogging in rough area you need to install a skid plate. Of course that is pretty standard on all tractor. I am in the process of buying a sheet of steel to make skid plate.