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Longcreekfarms
Senior Contributor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

Good to know hobby. Can't judge a book by its cover! I've never stood next to one, just an uninformed assumption. I have a few kubota tractors that aren't weighted out like a farm tractor, but they are tough as hell. One 110 horse tractor that I use to put rolls of hay out in the morning has been used and abused, but it's never let me down. Something about that orange paint just doesn't look right though! 😉
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Shaggy98
Senior Advisor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

Paint is cheap, iron isn't. Think about it.
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buckfarmer
Senior Contributor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

I looked at Valtra pretty serious when I bought my loader tractor. Nearest dealer was to far away. From what I remember they were impressive machines.
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Hobbyfarmer
Honored Advisor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

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90 hp one I've put 6500 hrs on.

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one of the 190 hp ones

 

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Shaggy98
Senior Advisor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

I'm in your same boat Buck. With the exception of Kubota, my area doesn't have an import dealer closer than 100 miles.

I will add, that one dealer that started selling the Kubota line a couple years ago has sold a bunch of them. Mostly on the lower end of the midrange horsepower models.
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buckfarmer
Senior Contributor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

Wow Hobby all that brush in the back ground looks like southern Ohio or Kentucky. Are you sure you are in "real farm country". maybe you're accually in Brazil..... Is that your truck stuck?
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Hobbyfarmer
Honored Advisor

Re: One of the good roads in Brazil

Just South Podunk Country Ioway

 

Don't buy a Valtra, Agco discontinued their sale in North America. Parts are still available through Other Agco branded dealers though. Mechanics are scarcer then Hens Teeth.

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