Is there anyone who has experience with a Kirovets tractor?
Are these guys tryn to make an extra $100kKirovets 435 hp. 428 hp Kirovet coming to North America ...
Mostly mechanical design, simple, reliable.
4 yr/6,000 hrs warranty
Mercedes engine, Quad shift transmission, 74 gpm hydraulics, quite modern cab.
Fully loaded with Trimble, Isobus, duals, differential, weights, PTO, 3pt hitch - around 260k
Not to hijack this thread, send me private message to aprilik[at]mtzequipment[dot]com, I'll connect you with some owners in North America.Is there anyone who has experience with a Kirovets tractor?
2 years ago we were younger, the grass was greener, and my wife tells me I had more hairTwo years ago I was quoted $365 000 for a 965e challenger with 800 duals with central tire inflation. Seems like a lot more tractor.
What would it be today? I don't think I've seen prices go anywhere but up over the last two years.Two years ago I was quoted $365 000 for a 965e challenger with 800 duals with central tire inflation. Seems like a lot more tractor.
Yes it would unless it was mine for many hours prior!Question? Would anyone be afraid of a 10000hr. Tractor for a third tractor.
Just to run a planter and grian cart. I hate putting an expenses tractor on a grain cart. I call hrs on a grian cart useless hrs. Cuz not running to the potential of the work it can do. You know what I mean?
So why do people keep buying them? Seriously. Why?What would it be today? I don't think I've seen prices go anywhere but up over the last two years.
7 or 8 years ago we paid nearly $280 for a 350 hp John Deere 9330. Today even a 200 hp FWA Deere is well north of $300. By my calculations, costs have risen four times the rate of inflation in those years.
Gas axe about 25' off of it and your 210hp would work very well. Alternately, have a friend with a Fendt 936 pulling 50' + 500 bu. Wanted FWA for big square baler/butterfly mowerI'd choose FWA every time due to ease of operation and overall handiness for most jobs.
If I could figure out how to pull 49 ft airdrill with the 210hp fwa I'd do it lol
However I agree with you 100%, initial cost and operating expenses for the work done should be lower on an articulating tractor.