Pook Atim: I don't own or use tractors but I must say, this is the lamest comparison I
have ever seen. If that is the best you can come up with to recommend your
brand, I wouldn't be impressed at all.
Don Clements: No diff lock, no rubber mat, why put fenders on if they don't cover the
tires? Are two steering cylinders better than one? How about that huge
exhaust pipe just asking to get in trouble with limbs and blowing fumes
right back in your face? The drawbar on the 4025 is mounted much sturdier
than the Massey and it does go further back under the midsection. The 4025
has standard draft control too so the plow can do some good work! How
about that rinky dink 3 pt setup. Mahindra has two huge adjustable links.
Massey has one cheapo adjustable link and a solid link about half the size
of a broom handle on the other side. Sorry to bash, but this dude needs to
run both tractors in a field before making a video next time. Think he
would have pointed out the other features that actually matter? Oh, what
about the huge price difference too?
mike RAL: MFred is a popular color north of Lake Ontario.
Lotsa old 135 and 165s still plowing and baling.
And our dealer is a fair enuf fellow.
but I own a IH444. thankYou
Aggies Fan: well, i can say this much, Ive been a professional mechanic for 28 years,
and have worked at artec tractor in alabama , a mahindra dealer , and can
say the mahindra is very "user" friendly , easy to operate , and pretty
sound mechanically .
231MasseyFerguson: I've owned each brand and both are very good. But I personally prefer
Massey Ferguson. I find the power to weight ratio better. The paint will
last longer on the Massey also. Would I buy another Mahindra? Absolutely.
zilla2006able: Massey Ferguson is the best.
Aaron H: Well, I would hope the Massey has a few small convenience advantages since
it's about 10k more on average LoL. Not impressed.
hesstondc: Not 10k more give or take a few hundred depends on incentives
Nick Kurtz: This is complete Sales B.S. Our 4025 is rock solid and a great buy. The
Massey may be good too, but I wouldn't know. Don't listen to this losers
comments because he's just trying to sell whether it be a tractor or horse
sh*t. His feet is tinglin'...pure BS people!
sardar singh: massey best all time
TDubya5: Massey 2605 has no differential lock. No excuse for a modern tractor to not
have a differential lock.
X7a1536: Of note, a 3 to 4 year old Mahindra turns a shade of pink. Just take a look
at a dealer's used inventory. The paint weather's poorly. The MF will hold
it's color longer.
ShannonCole888: Some people say the 2605 are under powered, they recommend stepping up to
the 2615.. what is your take on the issue ? I plan on pulling a 2 bottom
plow, rotary tiller, disc, box blade, rotary cutter, Garden bedder, Rake,
Ripper, Middle Buster, and pulling heavy 30 in red oak logs, to the length
the tractor can handle...no loader, no 4x4 what is your recommendation..?
hesstondc: Another added note. The crossed drilled ball ends are a huge feature on the
MF2605. No longer do you need shims for catagory 1 and catagory 2
implements! Excellent video
LanceCorpralDavidS: Our Mahindra runs good and works well. The problems have been that the
Electrics have failed once or twice and the brakes hang. Other than that it
runs strong and is very stable in the field.
Mahindra 4025 versus Massey Ferguson 26053.7
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