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Looking at new JD

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Posted by Fred Fabian on May 02, 2003 at 06:57:02 from (64.251.11.78):

I'm about to retire and move to my 10 acres in the country. I have a compact tractor that my wife will use in the horse barn area. I want to buy a tractor in the 50 hp range. I looked at the JD 5215, NH TC 55, and Kubota MX 5000. All look like good tractors but I am leaning toward the JD. I recently read in a post that to stay away from the 5000 series JD. Is it made in US as the literature states and what if any are the shortcommings of these newer models? Thanks for any assistance. Fred

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