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Posted by Skipjack on January 28, 2003 at 09:08:01 from (

I have done quite a bit of shopping for a small tractor. I am looking for a model with over 30 HP/ loader, bush hog mower, box blade, and trailer. I have just about given up on finding a late model in good condition that is in my price range for a used one. (Less than 12K) So now I am looking a Branson and for the extra warranty and the fact it would be new, the difference seems to be worth it. I have priced a 3510 with loader and Industrial thread tires. I will be using it to keep a 5-acre, two home place neat and to clear and keep up a commercial lot I have for sale. I feel this should do the job even if I need to have the heavy tree work contracted. I haven't owned a tractor for 20 years, and God knows I would be better off paying someone to do this, but I'm retired and I feel that it will be something that will keep me occupied. I can always sell it if it donít work out. My question is, anyone out there own a Branson, and have you experienced any problems with the Tractor or service?? This is the only thing that I am concerned about. The Branson seems to have the most for the price of what I have looked at. Any info appreciated.


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