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Hey Woodbeef!

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Posted by DAVE M on August 08, 2002 at 09:33:17 from (

You know I been looking for a cab tractor. I like my JD 2355 MFWD. I would like to have a JD 23,25,2755 MFWD with the soundgard cab, but they
are expensive. I can buy a Landini or Valtra for
what they bring used. I love the Jd 6010/20 series
but they are too expensive. I looked at the Kioti
DK65 decided against it. Its coming down to the
MF 4335, Landini Ghilbi 80, Valtra M700 and
McCormick CX 80. Question on the Landini. I know
the engines are Perkins just like the McCormick.
and since Landini bought the Doncaster and St Dizer plants from CNH. Is Landini putting their
transmissions from St. Dizer plant in the Landini
tractors ie the Ghilbi series. The tractors are in order of desirability of the dealership distance from my home.

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