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Montana Tractors

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Craig Lyon

05-29-2011 07:33:59

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I was wondering if Montana Tractors are made in the United States. Their headquarters is in Springdale, Arkansas but I was wondering if tractors were made there.

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05-29-2011 09:23:29

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to Craig Lyon, 05-29-2011 07:33:59  
The Montana tractor started out being made by Kukje Machinery of south Korea. It was the same tractor as: Century sold through the old Zetor distributor American Jawa ( legal fight between them and the manufacture) Branson was another name plate. Kukje Machinery bought the Branson Company a few years ago. Kukje/Branson and Montana where working on a merger. That fell through and Montana bought Farmtrac.

LS (South Korea)company make the majority of the tractors for Montana. LS tractors have been sold under GoldStar, Fiat-GoldStar, LG, LG-Fiat, LG-New Holland, LS and LS-New Holland names in South Korea. In North America, they have been sold as LG Montana, Montana, Farmtrac LandTrac, LongAgri LandTrac, McCormick Tractors and Landini.

In April 2004, Charlie Goforth, Dan Downing, and the late J.B. Hunt. Started the Montana Company. I think it was JB Hunt being bored with not running a company that got them going.

It is confusing as to who builds what for Montana. They are just a distributer for tractors/implements they have built for them. NONE OF the tractors are built in North America.

I would worry about how long parts and such will be available for their many different models. They have handle three different manufacture"s tractor already. SO ten years down the road what tractor maker will they be selling then?????? Myself I would rather buy a main line tractor used rather than a cheap imported tractor. You are more assured of parts availability and resale value.

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gene bender

05-29-2011 08:01:51

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to Craig Lyon, 05-29-2011 07:33:59  
They are made in S KOREA very good tractors.

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05-29-2011 07:37:53

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to Craig Lyon, 05-29-2011 07:33:59  
I believe they are Korean.I have heard that the company is out of business.A very good friend is already haveing trouble finding parts for hers.

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gene bender

05-29-2011 08:03:52

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to DeltaRed, 05-29-2011 07:37:53  
Where did she get it and whats the problem there can and is problems with anything built now and then.Sometimes a dealer problem and most time user is the cause.

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05-29-2011 17:01:41

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to gene bender, 05-29-2011 08:03:52  
A three point part failed.I ended up makeing her one.Tht dealer is in Montrose Co.

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05-29-2011 07:41:46

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 Re: Montana Tractors in reply to DeltaRed, 05-29-2011 07:37:53  
Still in business.

And find a dealer close to you.

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