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Mahindra 35 hp

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TOM N MS

04-03-2013 15:24:33




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Decided to wait til this weekend--kinda scared of an off brand tractor--figured if its there this weekend I"ll look at it and try to get him down on price a bit..




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Pitch

04-04-2013 04:59:35




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
I"ve got a SCUT,(Overgrown garden tractor). 25 HP with a claimed 22 on the PTO. Indian company, Tractor made in Korea ,Mitshubishi engine. Assembled in USA. Wheels and Tire USA by Titan, Attachments made by US contractors



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TOM N MS

04-04-2013 15:05:16




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to Pitch, 04-04-2013 04:59:35  
Never heard of a SCUT but if it works and is reliable, name don"t matter..



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Bruce Bushnell

04-03-2013 19:14:29




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
I have a 65 hp 6530 4 wheel drive. I like it really well, except for the paint. Peeling off



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TOM N MS

04-04-2013 03:41:27




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to Bruce Bushnell, 04-03-2013 19:14:29  
Thanks-have seen some badly faded ones but hadn"t heard about peeling.



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motorcraftman1

04-03-2013 18:05:59




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
I have a 35HP O3... And very happy wth it, handles five ft bush Hog like it's a toy...and have a 16Disc, and Scrape Blade, and everything on it is heavy duty, and used to be Called INTERNATIONAL,, but was bought out (I think) by the Indian Co. Mahindra..It's just me, But i woiuld Buy another One If need be.. Hope this helps,, Larry



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TOM N MS

04-03-2013 18:41:51




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to motorcraftman1, 04-03-2013 18:05:59  
Thanks-I'd buy one if the price is right.



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37Chief

04-03-2013 16:56:19




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
Who makes them. I hear a lot of advertising about them. Stan



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TOM N MS

04-03-2013 18:42:45




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to 37Chief, 04-03-2013 16:56:19  
India I think.



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SD Pete

04-03-2013 16:27:08




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
When I drive through Ms to the coast I see bunchs of those tractors. They sure seem to be popular there.



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TOM N MS

04-03-2013 18:44:38




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to SD Pete, 04-03-2013 16:27:08  
Overall, a little cheaper I think..don't really know why lots of em down here.



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pat sublett

04-03-2013 16:04:54




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 15:24:33  
By world standards it's not off-brand. They currently make more tractors than any other company.



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GVSII

04-04-2013 05:08:07




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to pat sublett, 04-03-2013 16:04:54  
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It's hardly an off brand tractor.Manufactured in India.Made I.H.designed tractors under license from I.H. for years. Made all sorts of machinery,much of it for export. I don't know about currant tractors but a few years ago there was no electronics on the tractor engines which is a big + to me. A few years ago there was pickup type trucks in the works but as far as I know that fizzled.The tractors are well designed and built and durable.

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TOM N MS

04-03-2013 18:45:46




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to pat sublett, 04-03-2013 16:04:54  
They must be doing something right.



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Brendon Warren

04-04-2013 17:57:30




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 Re: Mahindra 35 hp in reply to TOM N MS, 04-03-2013 18:45:46  
Those old B250 and B414's were a British International and I beleive they were made by Mahindra.



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