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Re: Buying 2950

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12-26-2012 08:09:27

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We have one with a 148 loader on it. We bought it with a 1000 hrs on it and now it has about 8700. It was used for feeding hay and loading a TMR wagon in addition to hay and pulling silage wagons when we milked. I would like to replace it with something else because it is just getting annoying trying to stay ahead of the little problems and oil leaks. The hi-low has also been somewhat of an issue, the first rebuild at 6000 hrs and has been rebuilt twice since and both times since we have quit milking and its workload has more than halved. My advice is stay with the Waterloo tractors (anything that starts with a 4 of that period 4x20,30,40,50,55) the utility series was made in Mannheim, Germany and they just don't share the same quality as the US made row crop tractors. We also had a 2955 for a time and it spent almost as much time in the shop as it did working. Our 4440 has almost as many hours and much less trouble.

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12-26-2012 17:32:06

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 Re: Buying 2950 in reply to ihman73, 12-26-2012 08:09:27  
I would have been taking the tractor to a shop that understood transmissions other than Waterloo tractors. A re-re-build for the same problem is treating the symptom rather than the cause. Odds are they never even measured oil apply pressure.

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