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Topic: INFO ON BRANSON
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STEVE

03-22-2004 19:13:34
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I'M LOOKING AT A BRANSON 2810. DOES ANYONE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THESE TRACTORS? THEY'RE BUILT IN SOUTH KOREA AND SEEM TO BE BUILT PRETTY WELL. AND IT SEEMS YOU GET QUITE A BIT FOR THE PRICE. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREAT. THX.

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TLinc

04-12-2004 21:45:26
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Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to STEVE, 03-22-2004 19:13:34  
Okay, to end the mess started above. I own a Branson 3510 w/ loader and backhoe. Yup you do get a lot of bang for the bucks and I've found this unit works as well as a deer or (gasp) kubota of the same size range. My only gripe is ROOM. I'm 6'3" and find I'm a little cramped but a few minor adjustments with a tourch and I'm fine. (no cutting, just a little bending)

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dbear

03-23-2004 05:40:59
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Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to STEVE, 03-22-2004 19:13:34  
Steve, John A is confused. A Branson is no more like an AgraCat than an apple is like an orange! Do yourself a favor and do as Dan suggests, check out the Branson board at TractorByNet.

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John A

03-23-2004 19:16:53
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Re: Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to dbear, 03-23-2004 05:40:59  
dbear, I yeild to your point of correction. I was mistakeing the Branson for a Farm-pro that is a Agra-cat, painted red. So I was Waaaaa.....,Waaaaa...., Wrong!
Hat in Hand,
Later,
John A

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dbear

03-24-2004 07:01:31
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Re: Re: Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to John A, 03-23-2004 19:16:53  
John A, no problem. I get confused with all the different brands out there today. I've heard tales of salesmen getting messed up about who makes the tractors they sell!

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Dan

03-23-2004 05:36:51
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Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to STEVE, 03-22-2004 19:13:34  
You might want to post your question on this web site. They have a Branson discussion board.

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John A

03-22-2004 20:34:41
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Re: INFO ON BRANSON in reply to STEVE, 03-22-2004 19:13:34  
STEVE, The Branson is a littermate to the Agra-cat. But painted in a different color.
If like the Agra-cat.....No Tack, All gauges in Korean. The operators platform was designed for someone with a size 5 childs shoe!. Brakes are barely good enough to stop, useless in turning!!!
Hydraulic pump is externally mounted....with metric threads, and metric hose size. Tires are metric on metric rims. Tire availability was at dealers only, but a few tire shops around have started carring them. Other wise one would have to replace wheel if tire has to be replaced.
Parts......forget it. dealer support is mimimal while in warrenty. After warrenty...factory only......Shipped on slow sailing Sanpan, 3weeks at best. Forget about UPS or FedEx getting it to you. The whole tractor should not have come out of Korea. No dealer around Like CaseIH,Deere,Ford,
Kobota is the only other tractor I will recomend other than our main makes of tractors.
Remember you get what you pay for.
Later,
John A.


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