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Keith

08-17-2003 07:49:24
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I am looking at buying a New Branson 2810 with a loader to use for garden work, mowing, snow removal ect Can some one tell me if this is a good reliable tractor? Thanks Keith

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MrKioti

08-21-2003 17:38:51
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Re: Branson 2810 in reply to Keith, 08-17-2003 07:49:24  
Branson tractors are the same exact tractors as the Century tractors, just imported by different companies.
Branson is a great tractor at a fair price.
Like Robert said though, it is a small utility tractor and not a bulldozer. Use it for what it was intended and you will get years of service from it.
K

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Greg

08-19-2003 12:58:23
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Re: Branson 2810 in reply to Keith, 08-17-2003 07:49:24  
If your biggest concern is the price, you can check DongFeng tractors, these are really well built tractors (25 hp has the same train drive as 35 hp). If you need more information, you can call me at(514) 335-3063 or e-mail me gregorys1@sympatico.ca

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Robert in W. Mi

08-17-2003 12:43:47
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Re: Branson 2810 in reply to Keith, 08-17-2003 07:49:24  
I have driven one, and it seemed like a lot of bang for the buck. I've heard that if used hard or rough there has been some bell houseing cracking. Compacts aren't designed to be used for HD service, so you will have to be the one to decide if you need a "real" utility tractor or if a compact tractor will work out for you..
Robert

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