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Used GreenMech SafeTrak 19-28 MK2 buying guide

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On 01/05/2021 at 19:22, jmac said:

Such a shame I love the safetrak 1928 but dont love dpf and electronics ūüėĘ

It is what it is I'm afraid. No way around it on the new big kit.

You are probably aware the 19-28 is no longer available new and the replacement is the EVO205 which is tier 5 from the off.


There is no doubt about it, Kubota build brilliant engines. So of all the small plant engine manufacturers they've probably got the best chance of getting it right. 


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