Location: Currently in Lake Stevens, WA. Home in Spokane
posted 7 years ago
Looks like a very practical machine.
The tire sizes/configuration would make it less likely to roll over on sloped land, and as an added bonus, should cause less compaction of soil. If I could afford one of those, I'd be in the field all day.
I like it, especially from versatility in use and size. Is there a US rep? How much concern do you have with acquiring a foreign job when it comes to repair and maintenance issues... will you be able to work on or find a repair shop familiar with its ins & outs? Didn't see a backhoe attachment. Lots of Hugel runs to dig... will consider such an animal but all options for tractors are on the table. Still trying to determine HP needs on the farm.
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