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 02-22-1999, 00:00 Post: 1265
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Is there any feedback on these machines? They seem inexpensive yet with qualityThere is little on the net. Any canadian dealers? Can they handle a hoe?






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 02-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 1330
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I tried out the Kioti before I bought my Boomer. Frankly, I think they are cheaplyand poorly made. I drove a brand new one to test, and the darn thing popped outof gear every time I tried to make a tight turn. I found the operator deck tobe uncomfortable. Parked the thing and walked away.






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 02-25-1999, 00:00 Post: 1334




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Of all the people who ought to know that first impressions can be misleading, perhaps the unit you tried was not properly set up. Mine has never popped out of gear, everything is fit and tight, service points easy to get to. I've been on mine for as long as 3 hrs with nary a ache. I haven't had a service call one on mine either. Of anybody I ever talk to or seen posts of on the machinery forum that actually owned one (past or present) were real pleased with 'em. How long did that NH you chose over it last?'Just a thought.Lee






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 02-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 1349
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Well, you are right in that sense, the 1725 was a lemon. The TC29 is highly satisfactory,though! Nevertheless, I didn't feel that the Kioti was all that sturdily built. You don'tsay what type of work you use yours for, but I needed a tractor that would do everythingfrom pulling my small baler and tedder to heavy loader work. Having used JD, Kubota, andnow the Boomers, I still think the Kioti would have been last on my list. I don't knowwhether the dealer was a good one or not, but the tractor I had tried out was supposedto have been ready for delivery to a buyer that afternoon. The dealer let me try itbecause it was the last of that model that he had.






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 02-26-1999, 00:00 Post: 1350




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Like I said, first impressions aren't always what they should have been. Hey, I've been mistaken too! The easiest thing I've done with my Kioti is bush hogging. Everything else has been focused upon tree, stump and rock (read big, loader raised the back end once on one) removal, with associated loader work in between. More than once I've had it tipped up on three wheels until I got my weight box together (didn't get the tires loaded as I don't like calcium and the wheel weights were outrageous). My biggest stump so far has been at 20 inches with one helava root ball. 'Had to first drag away the old walnut tree first. So far nothing has broke, groaned or cracked. Since the snow flew I only start it once a week to keep the battery up. Starts easy every time. 'Cant wait for the ground to thaw. It's soft down three inches (per my box blade). As far as liking the Boomer, that's your choice. Its a good tractor. I chose over the Boomer mainly on weight, features, price and proven reliability. I have not regretted it at all.Lee






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 02-27-1999, 00:00 Post: 1370
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Well, we're both happy with our machines, and that's what counts! It's interestingto hear from a Kioti owner that has done some real work with the tractor. Most of the people that I know that have one around here just use the tractor for lighthauling around the barn - bags of feed, sawdust, etc.






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 02-28-1999, 00:00 Post: 1384




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Your fiends must be a helovea lot better off than I am. I can't afford to spend $12K on a tractor and loader to haul sawdust or feed around. That is what a gator or other utility vehicle is for. Like you said, we are both happy campers!Hug and kisses,Lee






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 03-20-1999, 00:00 Post: 1863
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I AM LOOKING FOR A KIOTI TRACTOR DEALERSHIP IN EAST TEXAS AREA. SOMEWHERE NEAR JASPER OR BEAUMONT, OR EVEN HOUSTON TEXAS. HAVE HEARD THAT THESE ARE GREAT TRACTORS AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE ONE AND PRICES . THANKS DONNA






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 05-03-1999, 00:00 Post: 3431
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I have an LB1914, so far my Kioti has about 200 hours on it and it has had more problems than any machine should have. I am fanatical about preventative maintenance. The power steering broke, I had to buy a kit to fix it. The brakes stick when I use them, and they will not release. The hour meter broke. The charging system will not charge anymore. Finally, while riding it, it made a snapping noise, toward the front of the machine. Something must have broken in the four wheel drive system, because there is no longer any power getting to the front tires.






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 05-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 3917
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I own a Kioti 2552 4 wheel drive. It now has 200hrs and has been worked to haul logs, It's set up with forks. So far I;ve only had minor problems due mostly to abuse on my part. It's worked far harder than my ford 2120 and held up as good or better.






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