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Re: garden tractor

  • Subject: Re: [cg] garden tractor
  • From: Steve Diver steved@ncat.org
  • Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 11:39:09 -0600

The classic garden tractor in the 14-hp to 18-hp range can
now amount to expensive mini tractors when you look
at John Deere models, for example.  But they are indeed very
handy and a pleasure to own.

Kubota offers several small tractors in the 18-hp to 28-hp
range that are versatile workhorses, but not within your
5K price range unless they are used.

You might just look for a used tractor in the 25-hp to
35-hp range that is good condition.

Several of the international-brand tractors are more
affordable, but pay attention to fine details such as
frequency of maintenance that buyers are experiencing
and availability of parts.  Check the equipment reviews.

Steve Diver


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