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current chinese brand tractors

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Posted by robertd on February 17, 2002 at 10:08:55 from (

are any of the current chinese brand tractors worth buying or are they all junk?i know you can actually afford them versus say what a kubota or john deere costs.i'm thinking 4 wheel drive and under 35 h.p.what's the worst chinese brand?some current chinese brands:hardy,nortrac,mcconnell-marc.is the korean brand "kioti" that much better than the chinese brands?what would breakdown first:a new chinese tractor or a used brand name of similiar h.p.doing the same type of work?should all tractors be checked for down-pressure on the front-end loader(able to pick up front end of tractor up off ground)i need to buy a tractor with a front end loader,would prefer 4wheel drive.

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