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I'm getting tired of all these people starting color war rants.

I got to thinking, there's a lot of people on this site that have a lot of experience with many different types of equipment. And there's a lot of different forums out there that are just that, forums. Where people talk about their experiences with certain machines, and ask about experiences of others. And on these forums, I see rarely see any 'racism' on various brands. Yet on this site, you can't even comment about having good or bad luck with a certain brand, because people will jump on them with "____ SUCKS, ____ RULES!!!!!!!"

To group a brand together as good or bad is a stupid idea. No brand sucks completely, and no brand is perfect. I mean, personally I think Deere 8030s are better than New Holland T8000s, however I *strongly dislike* Deere 6020s over a New Holland TS-A.

Now, I think it would be nice if we had a topic where people maturely discuss the ups and downs of certain models, preferably from those who have actually owned or operated it themselves. Almost a What do you think of... topic.

ie, I've owned or operated...
John Deere
4440
4555
4955
7410
7610
7520 IVT
7720 PQ, IVT
7820 PQ
7920
544H --- wheel loader with quick attach

Ford-New Holland
7710
8210
9030
8340
8970
9882
LM430
TM125
TS135A
TV140
TV145
TG255

Case
85XT
445
445CT
1370
MX110
MX135

JCB backhoe loaders, Caterpillars, and Hitachi and Komatsu excavators, as well as a Valtra, Massey, and Kubota that I forget the model numbers.

To some, that's a small number, but it's more than some.
-Josh
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Goodluck....you may just have opened Pandora's Box :-P
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so you want MORE colorwar?

a few years ago there was only collorwar, believe me a few time's is interesting and fun, but after a while you get a real war. nothing this site can use.

greetings, ®edpowe®
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We have a fiat 80-90 dt hi-lo

and I hate the clutch

because when you let the clutch come up, he starts driving, you thinck AHH he's at the end, and the you put your foot of the clutch and then you get another shock/ acceleration.

have anybody else the same problems with this type of tractor?
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Wij hebben een Fiat 90-90 en hebben daarmee geen probleem. Normaal kan je dat regelen, maar hoe je dat juist doet weet ik niet, anders eens aan de dealer vragen.
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Lol. No, I don't actually want a true bashing thread, but more of a review topic.

Proper non-biased reviews like Beltbreaker's on the LMA 425, with so many different people on the forums, they're sure to have some experiences to share. http://agmachinery.proboards1.com/index.cgi?board=think

In a thread a couple weeks back, the original poster had a TS-A.

Poster 2 asked if Poster 1 had had any problems with the steering on it, as he has the same machine. Poster 1 said yes, he did have this problem, but if the RPM was higher the problem went away. A third poster came in, and made some comment about...

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go to a dealership, they can tell u whats wrong, dont ask on farmphoto :-\ omg


I found this to be quite unnecessary, and was curious myself as I'd looked at purchasing a new TS135A myself. But that seems to be the attitude of a lot of people here, talk photos not equipment. Half of these loud mouths haven't even run the machines themselves, but they can sure run their mouth about it. :-\

-Josh
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i agree josh ders a lot of loud mouths on dis site who shout at u when you make a spelling mistake but ignore them im 1 of them people who like a lot of differen t brands of tractors as long as there a good model. im quite a johndeere lover but my mate has a 6800 jd but id rather drive my bosses mf 6290! i generally hate mf's but love da 6290!!:-D
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