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Old 10-17-2018, 02:54 PM   #1
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Iím looking to get a new tractor. We sold our 83 85hp Massey Ferguson last year and are looking to get something new. What do yíall recommend? Iíve heard the New Holland workmasters are solid, as well as Mahindras. Looking for a 60-80hp.

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Im in for this also
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:01 PM   #3
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I bought a LS cab tractor and love it. LS also makes some of the new holland tractors as well.
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:08 PM   #4
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I understand all of the new ones now have the emissions junk including DEF fluid requirement.

I would research and decide what you want , then go find a gently used one a few years old without all the emissions and DEF fluid requirements.
May have to go out of state, but the savings would easily pay for the hauling.

I am partial to Green tractors, they are not # 1, just because they are lucky.
My local JD dealer takes amazing care of me and my green tractors. I have also owned Kubotas and Fords(NH) that were also very servicable tractors, and currently own 2 green ones and a MF.
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:13 PM   #5
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Hey guys,

Iím looking to get a new tractor. We sold our 83 85hp Massey Ferguson last year and are looking to get something new. What do yíall recommend? Iíve heard the New Holland workmasters are solid, as well as Mahindras. Looking for a 60-80hp.

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pm sent....we deal in used tractors. have lots with real low hours.

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I understand all of the new ones now have the emissions junk including DEF fluid requirement.

I would research and decide what you want , then go find a gently used one a few years old without all the emissions and DEF fluid requirements.
May have to go out of state, but the savings would easily pay for the hauling.

I am partial to Green tractors, they are not # 1, just because they are lucky.
My local JD dealer takes amazing care of me and my green tractors. I have also owned Kubotas and Fords(NH) that were also very servicable tractors, and currently own 2 green ones and a MF.
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:24 PM   #7
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Most all tractors now days that are under 100 hp are made in india by the same company. Not much difference between them these days. Green paint on the small tractors don't necessarily make them better these days.
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Most all tractors now days that are under 100 hp are made in india by the same company. Not much difference between them these days. Green paint on the small tractors don't necessarily make them better these days.
Interesting. Iíve been told that Mahindra is a good tractor for the money. We have been looking for brand new ones exclusively, but may consider a used one without emissions.
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Interesting. Iíve been told that Mahindra is a good tractor for the money. We have been looking for brand new ones exclusively, but may consider a used one without emissions.
Mahindra is good my dad has had one forever.

I guess my point is you probably can't go wrong under a 100hp. Finding a good dealer to make a deal on one and getting good service to me would be more important.
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Mahindra is good my dad has had one forever.

I guess my point is you probably can't go wrong under a 100hp. Finding a good dealer to make a deal on one and getting good service to me would be more important.
I definitely agree with that.
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Love my JD 5100E! Quick detach hydraulics up front make taking the loader on and off a breeze. Even though I try not to use this tractor for too much brush clearing, the grapple is really handy.
It is a 100hp but at 60-80 you might as well bump up to 100 and get it over with. Have a 60, 95, and finally this 100 hp JD. Its nice to have the power when needed. That said I hate using it when doing little tasks.



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Old 10-17-2018, 03:48 PM   #12
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manhindra for sure, we got one tat 18 years old and 2nd gear keeps going out, I goy frustrated and just last week had to go with John Deere due to a better deal then Manhindra. Went to Manhindra dealer and they couldn't match the deal John Deere was giving me..

Right now John Deere has a sale going on till the 26th of October I just bought a 50hp 4x4 with loader and a single plow for 28K and 0% interest, I couldn't pass that up so if u wanna save a little go now to the nearest John Deere dealer...
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Love my JD 5100E! Quick detach hydraulics up front make taking the loader on and off a breeze. Even though I try not to use this tractor for too much brush clearing, the grapple is really handy.
It is a 100hp but at 60-80 you might as well bump up to 100 and get it over with. Have a 60, 95, and finally this 100 hp JD. Its nice to have the power when needed. That said I hate using it when doing little tasks.


Nice tractor wish i had it.
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PM me what you have in 80-130 HP type range. Thanks
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Old 10-17-2018, 03:58 PM   #15
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A local dealer with great service. That's what I would buy.
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Old 10-17-2018, 04:04 PM   #16
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Old 10-17-2018, 04:21 PM   #17
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havn't been a tractor owner for long,,, did a lot of research before i bought my first one,, a little mahindra max 26xl,,,, insurance paid off after Harvey and i did not even look again i went right back to the dealer and bought another mahindra 26 hp,,, for my needs it has been fantastic and has more lift than Deere or Kubtoa small tractors of similar hp,,, it has been a work horse i have had no problems with either one, and it does not need def fluid!!!!
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You take race cars in as trade for a tractor? lol. Have a 68 nova drag car weíre trying to get rid of for a tractor.


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Old 10-17-2018, 04:36 PM   #19
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Love my JD 5100E! Quick detach hydraulics up front make taking the loader on and off a breeze. Even though I try not to use this tractor for too much brush clearing, the grapple is really handy.
It is a 100hp but at 60-80 you might as well bump up to 100 and get it over with. Have a 60, 95, and finally this 100 hp JD. Its nice to have the power when needed. That said I hate using it when doing little tasks.


I had the same tire setup on mine and switched the front left and right tires, wow is it more stable...

But mine is a little smaller tractor

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I love my 4WD 70hp Mahindra 5570 open station.
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I love my 4WD 70hp Mahindra 5570 open station.
How much did it run?
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Old 10-17-2018, 05:01 PM   #22
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I thought the kabotas didnt have def?


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Any tractor 75hp and under doesn't have DEF. Any tractor made 2014 and earlier doesn't have DEF. Even though tractors 75hp and under doesn't have DEF, they still have emissions crap on them.
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Old 10-17-2018, 05:33 PM   #24
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My little 40hp Mahindra......

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Any tractor 75hp and under doesn't have DEF. Any tractor made 2014 and earlier doesn't have DEF. Even though tractors 75hp and under doesn't have DEF, they still have emissions crap on them.
Good information. I wonder if you can delete them like trucks?
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Good information. I wonder if you can delete them like trucks?
Not yet, at least that I have found. But I keep looking.
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Good information. I wonder if you can delete them like trucks?

No need to unless you are idling around all the time. Run the RPMS and make it work.
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Oh and I like the Kubota's. Made in GA. Everything is engineered by Kubota and made by Kubota. Not pieced together from random manufactures.
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I would try to find a dealer close that stocks parts and has mechanics that can actually work on it. You may not need service for 10 years, but its a pain having to haul one a long ways for service.
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I love my 4WD 70hp Mahindra 5570 open station.
I just bought the 2018 6075 Mahindra, not that it helps only have 20 hrs so far but it does not have the Dpf or Def it is simply a common rail engine but does have the Egr equip. But I love it so far. And as stated before will out lift and out power any tractor in its class. The wet clutch is something to get used to for sure.
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I had the same tire setup on mine and switched the front left and right tires, wow is it more stable...

But mine is a little smaller tractor
I filled the rear tires with water and that made a huge difference. It was way too front heavy before, but now i can grab round bales and other items without an issue. May be worth trying if you need some weight in the rear. I had to change underwear after I tried to turn with a full load in the grapple when i first got the tractor
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Oh and I like the Kubota's. Made in GA. Everything is engineered by Kubota and made by Kubota. Not pieced together from random manufactures.
Yes sir, a m7060 would work great. The m5 and m6 series are def tractors. M7060 is just dpf filter.
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I have looked at yalls website on a frequent basis. You definitely carry some clean, used tractors with very low hours and decent prices.
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I have looked at yalls website on a frequent basis. You definitely carry some clean, used tractors with very low hours and decent prices.


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Had a mihindra about 12 years and no problems.
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My little 40hp Mahindra......

+1, iv got the same tractor and it's a work horse.
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I filled the rear tires with water and that made a huge difference. It was way too front heavy before, but now i can grab round bales and other items without an issue. May be worth trying if you need some weight in the rear. I had to change underwear after I tried to turn with a full load in the grapple when i first got the tractor


We have the same tractor, but with a cab. I thought the same thing, way too light in the *** end. Went to put water in the tires and it came from the dealer with water in them already went ahead and filled them all the way up and added wheel weights. Pretty good now. New tractors, like everything else, ainít made like they used too


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Yes sir, a m7060 would work great. The m5 and m6 series are def tractors. M7060 is just dpf filter.
Or find a good used low houred m7040, no emissions at all.




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Kubota.
Kubota.
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Kubota.
Kubota.
Kubota.


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Lots of Kubota support! My Grandpa has a little 30hp Kubota that runs great. Just trying to get all the info I can.
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With yalls selection of inventory I am afraid to stop by.

My preference would be kubota, but I would make sure a dependable dealer is close whatever your choice ends up being.
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We get alot of newer Kubotas in that have the regen emissions on them. They trade them in on the older Kubotaís with no emissions. Not sure if they have issues or just dont like the regen and having to idle them around 17-1800rpms. With older Kubotas you can dead idle them all day long.


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I really like my Branson.

My new one was DEF free when all other were not.
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Your neighbors tractor full of fuel is always the best tractor to have
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Your neighbors tractor full of fuel is always the best tractor to have


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We get alot of newer Kubotas in that have the regen emissions on them. They trade them in on the older Kubotaís with no emissions. Not sure if they have issues or just dont like the regen and having to idle them around 17-1800rpms. With older Kubotas you can dead idle them all day long.


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