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Branson tractors vs John Deere

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Posted by Skipjack on November 26, 2002 at 18:43:54 from (206.148.102.96):

I am still trying to gather information on tractors, (amatuer trying to get educated) and looked at Branson Tractors today. Dealer said Branson makes some of the John Deere's in the 50 and 60 series. I saw a John Deere on a Branson sales chart, so it must be true. The Branson 2810, 4WD, 28 HP Diesel, 2 stage clutch, 12 Speed forward and 12 speed reverse, syncromesh shifting, Differential Lock 3PT hitch, seems to compare with the John Deere 790. The Branson warranty is better, 3 Year, 1000 Hr drive train, and 2 Yr 500 Hr everything looks good. It runs about $1000 less than the John Deere. With Front end loader, heavy duty 5' Bush Hog type mower and Industral Tires, at $14,400. How is this price and can anyone tell me their experience with the Branson 2810??

I am told that John Deere has a Factory making small tractors in Grovetown, GA, just a short distance West of Augusta, GA. I have also been told that Yanmar makes their smaller tractors, so I am confused by the conflicting info. The Branson 2810 has a 4 cly engine. Can some on help me out of these questions?? Thanks,
Skipjack

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