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Color wars, who`s better?

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Posted by Bruce davis on May 03, 2001 at 08:26:02 from (


I will tell you the facts that i know.
I have worked for Nebraska test results
since 1988. John deere is very efficient
tractor they are under rated when it comes to all around good tractors.
Case IH bigger tractors now are as good
or slightly better then JD. But when both
are 5 years old JD has less breakdown time with 0% power lost. C IH will lose
2% of power every 5 years.Now other tractors like ACGO,White an Massey
are also good tractors.Acgo allis is
is real close up there with JD an C IH
at cheaper cost with cheaper parts.
But the down fall is dealerships.
there are not many. White tractors also
good, but have bad resale, Same with massey. I get asked all the time what is the best tractor made. It is hard to say
but my opinon is under 50hp would be
Massey fergusion. 50hp to 100hp would be John deere. 100hp to 150hp would be C IH
150hp to 200hp would be a tie JD an ACGO
200hp an over well they are so close
right now. In 5 years we will know.
I hope i did not upset anyone. But the
facts are todays tractors are all good.
they always will have good an bad ones

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