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Lovely Little One
by Tom Lindman
Model year: 2012Date Purchased: 2012-03-15Number of Hours: 176
"It is a great small tractor to haul wood out of forest and make garden works, put a boat in/out to lake (22 feet) and of course.
Snow works with my fancy front 59" snowthrower. My latest buing was very good tracks, made in Finland. Now I can go and come back were I want!
I'm 61 years old new born child whit this lovely macine!"
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: I dont know what this means.Cons: I dont know what this means.Type of User: Homeowner 10-50 AcresLocation: EUR OTI also considered buying: Pasquali ERA 9.40 REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
by Jim Williams
Model year: 1985Date Purchased: 2013-09-30Number of Hours: 760
"Bought this machine used with only a 3pt setup. Built a boom to move rocks to repair a stream bank. Tractor is articulated and hard to turn (used to sears rider mower!) due to wide turf tires. Tractor has cosmetic issues but solid under the skin. Very very happy with it!! Some of the stuff I am moving weighs 800 lbs and it handles great. Hardest part is moving the last several feet due to the terrain."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: SOLID built.Cons: No FEL but aftermarket is available (or was).Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: USA WAI also considered buying: Kubota B2530, John Deere 1025R REVIEWER'S PHOTOS
A Tractor For Any Slope
Model year: 2001Date Purchased: 2001-11-01Number of Hours: 344
I live in an area called The Slopes and this tractor is perfect. Instead of backing a normal tractor up and down 45 degree areas I go across them saving a lot of time. It has plenty of go in it (70 hp) for what I use it for and with a Perkins diesel, it is very reliable.
Doesn't get as much use as it should as I only slash paddocks and pull out weed trees. It has been great for me, the last tractor I owned, a Ferguson, was a pain to light up.
If you don't know, these tractors have a seat that swings round so you can drive them forwards and backwards, when going backwards watch out for radiator input getting clogged can be VERY expensive I am told to fix a over heated engine.
With 16 forward and reverse gears they are a flexible unit. If you own an orchard or are living on a small acreage I can recommend this tractor. I will miss it as we are planning to move to a smaller acreage and won't need this any more."
REVIEWER'S ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Pros: Flexibility and wide footprint combined with low profile.Cons: Oil filter is set low so can be knocked off. I haven't but told it can happen.Type of User: Homeowner 1-10 AcresLocation: AUS OTI also considered buying: REVIEWER'S PHOTOS