Posted by morgan in ar on July 14, 2012 at 08:11:56 from (220.127.116.11):
I am currently running a 42hp allis 6140 for a loader tractor and a 72hp agco allis 6680 for baling and cutting. I am wanting to upgrade the loader tractor to around 60hp so I can use it in a bind to run the round baler or mower. I have these tractors in mind:
I am particularly interested in the 830 or 560 because they are lower priced around here. I have never seen a MM670 in person. Ford 5000's Allis 175's and Olivers with loaders seem to bring way too much generally. Any feedback on any of these tractors would be helpful. Particularly any info on hydraulics, brakes, diesel engines or weak points. Also wondering why the Cases bring so little in general. They seem to be good enough to me. Thanks-Morgan
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