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?
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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