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Posted by Thomas Jones on May 16, 2004 at 20:54:29 from (

We have been in a farming family business for 40 yrs we have seen it all good an bad. My point is we farmed with all kinds of tractors over the years had some lemons and some great tractors. We just sold are JD 8300 that we bought new in 96 it was a good tractor and I thought I would hate to see it go. But my dad was set on a AGCO tractor to replace it to be honest I did not agree with him mainly because of this site how most guys here dont have much good to say about ACGO well we bought a ACGO DT 200 3 weeks at are local dealer and we love it the power is unbelievable it goes way beyond the power of JD 8300. I still love green but
but people need to be more open minded. An not think things are junk that they never owned. My eyes are open now to the color orange.

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