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Topic: Chinese and korean tractors
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Bernh. Voßen

09-03-2001 14:16:57

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Is there someone who has experienc, or has heard about the quality of korean and chinese tractors?There none of them known in Germany, maybe Shibaura. What's about the prices, can you buy them? What are the problems? Need Help
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Bernhard, Derichsweiler, Germany

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09-04-2001 05:09:55

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Shibaura is Japanese.......part of the IHI group.....the 1920 ford is built by them i think

the DAEDONG's have got a very good reception here.......perkins motor....simple....basic.....yet well built, with the flashy features in all the right places! (well for the average person)....factory fitted hydraulic bank for the loader....

...fridge in the cab......nice cab....a/c....front diff lock.... option of a nice factory fitted loader

don't be affraid of korean gear....going on the good reputation hyndai cars has developed here in NZ, and austrailia.

japanese tractors have looked after us very well to.....dad owning 7 ISEKI tractors (i think)...

the chinese stuff you only get what you pay for....its hard to comment on quality issues because the importers are constantly changing the model no and tractor name, so really who knows......

we had redstar tractors here in NZ for a while. i know of one which shore the stubs off the front wheels when they put a loader on it, and started loading silage, then again, i only found out my ole man broke 4 stubs of one side of his NH L75 carrying round bales (wheel nearly fell off), he was traveling long distances when feeding stock, and has also broke both final drives on the front drive also.....

moral of the story. you only get what you pay for, and you next tractor you buy is always bigger than the last.......we are good at finding machinery limits.......and implement limits.....we have a back blade built for a 35x fergie.....betchya back then they never designed it to be used on a 80hp 4x4 tractor eh?

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