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4020boy 272411 26 European Tractors in the US either
European Tractors in the US
I saw these photos on JB Tractor. They are a dealer located
in Minnesota. They have very nice tractors, in fact we were
looking at a John Deere 8200 there but we found a better
deal. I saw on some of the tractors that they had front 3
piont hitches,wierd headlights,different fenders, and most
big tractors don't have duals. I only see tractors like this
mostly in Europe or other forgein countries and that 4350
doesn't look like it was made in the US. So I was wonder do
they import tractors or are they just made in foriegn style?
Re: European Tractors in the US
Heres another one.
Re: European Tractors in the US
Depends, I'm not sure about the older ones but this is what
is done now:

All 8030 series tractors are made in waterloo, but they have
North American versions for the US and Canada, then they
make Euro versions without duals and with different lights.
There are also russian versions which are more like Euro
tractors but with long bar axles and duals.
The Large frame 7020 are made in waterloo and built in
different configurations for different areas of the world.
Differences include that the Euro tractors can go 50km/h
(32MPH) while the NA versions go only 40km/h, light, etc.
The small frame 7020 are sold in north america and
australia, but not in europe.
In Europe the 6020 series goes up to 6920 which is
comparable to a 7520. The 6020 sold in NA, europe and
australia are built in germany.

New Holland builds TMs and TS-As in england, same with Case
equivalents. The bigger ones are built in the US.

Agco builts a lot of tractors in europe and ships them over.
Re: European Tractors in the US
That 4350 is actually a mod.4240
first we had a 4240S later the 4350,wich is "or was" Germany w. Waterloo-parts.
the 4760 above was still called 4755 but its a real
they ger re-importet to NA because they are cheaper
2nd-hands and cant really sell them in EU any more!
Re: European Tractors in the US
4960 of corse!
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