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First Korean Tractor Now On Market
The first Korean-built tractor to hit the U.S. market made its debut at a recent California farm show, imported by Kioti Tractor, Inc., Portland, Ore.
"Its key feature is price but it's also a practical tractor with many attractive standard features," says Matt Hall, Kioti project engineer. The only Kioti model so far available is a 22-hp. 4-WD 3-cyl. diesel. The tractor has 8 forward and 2 reverse speeds. Front and rear pto shafts and a Cat. I 3-pt. accommodate a variety of equipment, as do the front and rear hydraulic outlets.
The tractor features easy servicing. Fuel tank, oil dipstick, radiator and air cleaner are all easy to get at under a lift-up hood. Comes with complete service tool kit and sells for $6,995.
The company, which is setting up dealers throughout the country, plans to introduce a 50 hp. model in the near future.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kioti Tractor, Inc., P.O. Box 11066, 7911 N.E. 33rd Drive, Suite 260, Portland, Ore. 97211 (ph 503 287-5982).

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