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 03-05-2000, 00:00 Post: 13495
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 Long FarmTrac 60 Information

I am looking at the Long FarmTrac 60, a new tractor priced at $12,750. Does any one have experience regarding performance, maintenace cost, and price of these Tractors. I plan to use it primarily for bush hogging with a five foot bush hog.






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 12-25-2001, 18:39 Post: 34046
marc emerson (TN)
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 Long FarmTrac 60 Information

You bet, I have a Long Farmtrac 60 w/ loader. I checked it against the Ford New Holland, it is the same, only built in India. Half the price of the new holland. Plenty of power for a 5' bush hog, I use that. I've had mine 3 years, only problem is that I've lost my headlites. I'll get that working though. I can highly recommend the Farmtrac 60.






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 12-25-2001, 18:40 Post: 34047
marc emerson (TN)
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 Long FarmTrac 60 Information

You bet, I have a Long Farmtrac 60 w/ loader. I checked it against the Ford New Holland, it is the same, only built in India. Half the price of the new holland. Plenty of power for a 5' bush hog, I use that. I've had mine 3 years, only problem is that I've lost my headlites. I'll get that working though. I can highly recommend the Farmtrac 60.






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 04-06-2002, 22:45 Post: 37127
Robert G
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Where do you buy a farmtrac 60 for 12,750? How does it compare to long 2360 with 40 HP?






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 09-16-2003, 19:11 Post: 64064
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I have a brand new Farmtrac 60 with 5320 loader, boxblade and 6ft bushhog. The tractor is great. Nice powerful 50 hp 2wd old style tractor. Drive train is interchangeable with Ford 3610. Tractor is made in India by the same folks who built the Ford models.

I've put about 10 hours on the tractor doing boxblade, loader and disc work.

Even with unloaded tires and only a box blade for rear weight I'm able to fill the loader bucket with sandy loam/clay.

The placement of the differential lock pedal is perfect. Works very well in pulling through slick conditions. I also really enjoy shifting the weight back to the rears with the loader when I put the fronts in a ditch.

Used the boxblade on my dads 1/2 mile drive. Worked well. Pulled well in 3 low.

Used the tractor with a old 5 ft bush and bog disk with about 18" disks on old roadbed where I had previously removed small trees and brush. No problem in 1 low pulling the disks through the new ground.

After repeated passes was able to cut and smooth roughed out driveway bed with loader.

Only dislike is the gears are stiff. They are loosening with use (would appreciate any break in tips). I did bang my knuckles a few times.

Worked the tractor over two days for over 7 hours. Used about a gallon of diesel per hour.

Tractor is not a modern design or 4WD but suits my needs.

Jim






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