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What tractor is better?

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Transboer

04-01-2013 05:58:10




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Good day. I need some help. Wich of the following tractors is best? I am asking on behalf of somebody else. John Deere 7700/7800 or Case 7110 or NH 8670.




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JimIA

04-04-2013 07:08:02




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
The Genisis New Holland tractors have been a time proven tractor. I know of several that are running with over 15K hours and the engine and transmission have not been touched. Good comfortable cab, flip up hood, great tractors. The Magnums are nice too and have been a time proven design as well and limitied computer operation as well.

I grew up being looked down on by the green tractor owners for not owning green like them, therefore I will never own a newer green tractor. But thats my opinion, dont let that affect your decision.

Jim

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dboll

04-07-2013 07:30:05




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to JimIA, 04-04-2013 07:08:02  
You have those green snobs around there to? They make me want to puke. Most of them have never ran anything else and don't know any differen't. They think any 100hp tractor is supposed to burn 8gpa even though about every brand took half that or less. The two cylinder owners really get me. How could anyone like those obsolete, noisy 2 bangers? Like a friend said, "You have to give jd credit, they were making antique tractors 25 years before anybody else!"

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dboll

04-02-2013 08:05:01




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
the only area the jd beats the Magnum is hydraulics, look them both over then crawl underneath and see jd's steel frame vs' Case's cast transmission/diff housing and decide for your self which one is built better, they aren't even in the same class, the Magnum is built for heavy farm work, the 7800 is a planting, haying cattle feeding tractor



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Stuart

04-05-2013 14:08:12




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to dboll, 04-02-2013 08:05:01  
Our Magnum with 3000 hrs on it just came back from the shop with a $9000 transmission repair bill. JDs have a better cab, better electronics, better ride. Compare a magnum with an 8000 series Deere. Your comparing apples to oranges.



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Deere Scotty

04-02-2013 02:33:45




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
Case - IH 7110 in my book.



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Kevin B from Illinois

04-01-2013 12:04:56




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
I have a 7140 IHcase and just think its the best there and the family of Magnums resale value is impecable I would go with the 7110 IH.



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DeltaRed

04-01-2013 08:19:54




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
I'd say all are about equal.The JD MAY have more resale value...The F/NH will probably use (significant)less fuel.Dont know much about the C/IH,I've heard good reports.The 'best',closest dealer is a major factor.



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Dick2

04-01-2013 08:19:20




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 05:58:10  
The one that has had the best care and hasn't been constantly overloaded.



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Transboer

04-01-2013 09:30:55




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Dick2, 04-01-2013 08:19:20  
I am from South Africa and the John Deeres are more common. If it was my money, I would have got a Landini



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jdeere70

04-04-2013 05:15:12




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to Transboer, 04-01-2013 09:30:55  
The John Deere is always better. Better reliability and if needed a much better dealer network.



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dhermesc

04-04-2013 07:09:48




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 Re: What tractor is better? in reply to jdeere70, 04-04-2013 05:15:12  
As I learned the VERY HARD WAY, just because they are a John Deere dealer doesn't mean they know how to work on John Deeres.



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