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About JakubS

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  1. Thanks, you're 100% right. This one is one day older than me (i.e. 42yrs next month) and it still runs smoothly. I can get all the spare parts via mail within a few days and fix everything with a hammer and screwdriver. Bought it some 6 years ago and I must say it's a perfect fit for my property. And now with Multione - you said it: a perfect marriage. :))
  2. What is my multione doing today? Proving it was a wise and meaningful purchase. Years ago I decided to save the property in the photo (600yrs old fortres/castle and the farm building surrounding it). Last year I had enough. You cannot ask the neighbours for a favour everytime you need a tractor, bulldozer, excavator,... I was considering a sub-compact tractor with a front loader or something similar as a cheaper solution and I needed someone to convince me multione or avant is a way better choice. Browsing through this forum helped me to decide. Thank you guys! I don't regret. Only 14.7 hours so far, but we already fell in love with it. It's an amazing machine. We chose 5.3k as it seems to have the best price/power ratio. Well, we cannot afford anything more expensive anyway (this is not for business, but 100% private usage, will not generate any income). Going for a cheaper model (5.2 or 4) didn't make much sense to me, because 5.3k was only a little bit more pricy but offers 51l/min hydraulic oil flow. Currently we only have a bucket and a pallet fork, as those two attachments one needs on a daily basis. I really like multione's tornado lawn mower - maybe next year ;) Other attachments (mostly for landscaping in our case) can be rented from our local dealer when needed for a day or two.


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