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Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors?

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Stick welding

03-21-2013 21:40:57
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Best is a matter of opinion. I'm sure Bobcats market share has gone down since Cat, JD, Case, Mustang/Gehl, Kubota, Takeuchi, Terex/ASV, NH, etc. all put out good machines with improved features and durability. Bobcat is owned by a Korean parent company.




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G1355

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 Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors? in reply to Stick welding, 03-21-2013 21:40:57  
Yes I know, why do people go into dealers saying how much is that bobcat, referring to CNH, or Deere, also our local deaer sell case and new holland along with bobcat, they say buy the bobcat, they say there the only one that goes trouble free, and the case and new holland tend to bend there booms, and they haven't ever had a bobcat do that. And for deere, there's a dealer a half hour from me, they sell John Deere and bobcat, they also say buy the bobcat, they have had numbers of people put a hole in the radiator backing into something since Deere puts the radiator on the back door and bobcat leaves it up top.

Everyone knows a bobcat skid loader by name, and knows there great, tractors could be a different story, never owned or operated one.

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03-22-2013 08:50:36
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 Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors? in reply to G1355, 03-22-2013 05:54:20  
Bobcat has the name but that's just like all bulldozers being called Cats. It doesn't mean Cat is the best either. Let me guess, you have a Bobcat? They're good machines but they aren't the be all end all of skid steers. The JD dealer says to buy Bobcat, yea right.



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G1355

03-22-2013 14:00:03
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 Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors? in reply to Stick welding, 03-22-2013 08:50:36  
Yeah I do, cat dozers are probebly the best to, never ran a dozer, and yes one of our John Deere sells both bobcat and John Deere, they do tell you the bobcat is better. Why would I lie about that?



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Stick welding

03-23-2013 20:29:41
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 Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors? in reply to G1355, 03-22-2013 14:00:03  
Just cause YOU own a particular brand doesn't make it the best. I wonder how JD feels that one of their dealers says Bobcat is better? For some things they might be but for other things the JD might be better. All I know is they all break down and cost money to fix.

"Why would I lie about that?"
Cause you own a Bobcat and not a JD?



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03-24-2013 14:39:35
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 Re: Korean diesels? Bobcat tractors? in reply to Stick welding, 03-23-2013 20:29:41  
Well when the John Deere/ bobcat dealer tells people what the better one is, I think there right they sell both, and will tell you what one is the better one and is more trouble free, and I gotta say they've been right so far, all that we've had to do is change oil and put in fuel.



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