Please use the al links on your left to explore our website. Bought one new in and liked it so much, since then I purchased 2 used and another new. Like Bison said if you maintain and treat them right they keep on going.
My only issue is leaks, but like my Dad told me about his Ford "If you keep adding new oil there is always some good oil in it". Bought a 2wd with a loader new for ificantly less than a worn-out loader tractor of any other color. In the last 1k hours I think all I've replaced is a battery and went review a Delco-Remy alternator.
Sure, it's not a thing of beauty, but it certainly has gotten the job done. No leaks, no problems with power and has been reliable. Less than crazy about the pto system and the dry brakes, Belarus would consider another tractor. One thing I've noticed in all the things ever said bad about Belarus tractors is,that no one has ever had a power problem.
I have an with a Westendorf Loader,wouldn't ever get rid of it. Yes they are quirky,but tough,powerful,and economical. Made right at 95hp on pto dyno,factory rated at 81hp. I don't think I'd call them particularly powerfull either. The main features of the A were it's fuel efficiency and low end torque.
It did have good torque but it quickly ran out of steam at the top end. I always found it to be a very unsteady engine when it was pulling as well For the lighter work we often used it for it would run for days on a tank.
The downside It leaked oil from every review in it's entirty, it had a very poor steering system with an even worse turning radius and it had no tractors to speak of. That's before you get into the eccentricities of it's hydraulic system and the lack of draft control They're just a primitive beast that was poorly built at that. Poor casting quality, poor steel quality and poor de. Yes, a person can get by with them and make them work but by the time you fix all of the things that need fixing on them and still have to deal with a red pig Your Belarus experience,my opinon,my experience.
The neighbors always liked borrowing mine to fill their silos,because of it's pto power. Your was the lowest powered water cooled tractor they built. Paid less than 10k for my new,never been split,never had the head off,very few minor repairs.
It leaks a little,I can tolerate that,don't need a computer to fix it. Works every day. Sorry you had problems with yours. Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see That in and of itself is not a bad tractor. Why do you need all those bells and whistles and beeps and dood to pull a plow? All you need's an engine, a steering wheel, and four wheels on the review.
I bought an new in the "90s. I would not say they are junk, just not refind like the others. I have never had trouble with finding parts. Problems I have had with it are: electrical system lights, switches, starting It has always generated, oil leaks in the fwd I just keep them filledthe 3 pt is difficult to control. The engine is very economical, the cab is cool, the rear end runs cool and I can open up all the windows and the roof, so I have never "cooked" inside this tractor. Would I by another one? I don"t use it much anymore but Belarus keep it as it has gotten small for my operation.
There is not much resale value in them. I was told Belarus is the largest tractor manufacturer in the world.
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Brian MN. I believe the company is still in business, but the U. I've never used one. From what what I understand they are cheap and simple horsepower. Ive said this before, my neighbor, who is also my uncle, bought one back in the mid 80s if I recall correctly, Now he doesnt use it but maybe 15 - 30 hours a year for bush tractor, but as far as I know, its never broke down on him. I know he did have to replace the alternater 3 years ago, and he couldnt find one any where, but my local parts guy was able to order him one that fit near perfect, with exception to the wiring, which he snipped the old off and replaced it with a new pigtail.
Ive run it a couple of times, and felt like I was going to flip or review off it, Im just a tall guy, had nothing to do with the tractor. Just found this one on the web. Guess they don't clean up too bad. Just found one on ebay here for euro in real good shape. Got me thinking Parts new are all over ebay here also. I never had a tractor that ran so cheap. The tractor in your picks looks a bit older though. I will be the first to say I know nothing about these machines, but after doing some reading about them and the history, I would say I think I would Belarus a chance on the Balarus before I would buy a Kubota.
I have had 3 Kabotas and To me they were junk and expensive junk at that, but there are a of Kabota owners and operators that would no doubt disagree with me. So if I was considering buying this tractor I would talk to those that own and operate them. I mean you wouldn't talk to a Caterpillar review or operator who had never operated anything else about a John Deere, or Ford. So I would find a variety of folk who have had some experience with the Belarus and get their opinions and see what kind of problems they may have encountered and what solutions they came up with.
Just a thought before you make a decision one way or the other. What model Kubota Belarus you have? I've seen some tractor junk grey market stuff brought in. I've been nothing but impressed with my 50 hp Kubota since it replaced a International 4wd, cab, loader. I did buy a larger Massey to run my disc mower but I still like doing most everything with the Kubota.
Tough as nails. A friend had 2 Belarus, he sold one when he lost his farm in the pig crash of the 90's.
Really strange tractor, he said you can disengage the hydraulic pump to make the engine easier to start in cold weather. He's had problems with the fwa and no dealer support.
What are belarus tractors really like?
I think he said you can apply belarus pressure on the 3ph, lots of other little neat quirky stuff. It wasn't just one big thing, it was a whole bunch of little nickle and dime things. Like on the there was review fuel problems. One of the s you couldn't run over about 90 minutes or it would overheat. Had the whole thing gone through and yes the radiator was clean but even the Kubota shop couldn't find the problem or explain it. And yes it did it in them to. The just said they would contact the factory rep and see what he had to say.
Never got a response back. Who knows. The other had a forward and revers peddles on the right side and tractor of the time you would push it to go forward and it would go revers real sharply and then jump forward and give you a good case of head ache on the ROPS and whiplash. The other thing is it would creep in the last direction you were going. You had to shut it down every time you got off or it might not be there when you got back.
So you see the lack of support and all the little things just left a bad taste.
I got rid of them and have my little ford and my big farmall. They do what I need they are so old that warranty isn't an issue, so that's where I am. But that's why I say that there are good and bad in all brands and colors.
I am sure that if given enough time I could find enough people that don't like Ford or John Deere or IH that they could make them seem like junk to. Larry Tucker. I don't recognize those s, it must have been back when they first started bringing them here? The and series where tough buggers with a heavy front axle and good wet clutch and reverser.
Semi powershift tranny etc.