11 Months later, plenty h.p. fOR my 8-FT. H-D HARROW,
7-Ft. burmudada grass plow, and 21 inch 2-shank subsoiler.
Never need full throttle, pull all equipment at 1700 RPM /low range 3 or 4 gear.
Good on fuel.
Used this tractor with a 3pt Auger to place wood post fencing, using 8" and 12" bits in WV hill country. Tractor never had a issue at my farm, even on step banks. At another farm ran into heavier shale and ran out of power to both sink the bit and recover the bit, but still completed the job. Also used a 6ft Box Scraper to level a site for building, tractor accomplished the job but possibly easier with a hydrostatic transmission. Both of the above jobs were done with a new tractor and little experience with running this tractor. Using the tractor to move snow using the 6ft payloader is effortless. Filled Ag tires set full width out, tractor is stable on banks regardless of application. Mowing with a 6ft Rear Discharge finish deck is effortless and more comfortable than any mower I've used. Overall, at 50 hours, could not be more pleased. Owned a nice, subcompact tractor from major manufacturer with hydrostatic transmission, 48" payloader 480# lift, 48" boxscraper, and 5ft center mower deck, 22HP, it would roll over with the payloader at maximum height empty, this tractor is stable even with a 6' bucket full of snow.
I own land all over the place and I also use this little tractor on the Deer lease. Ive had no problems at all with this tractor and can say without remorse I made the right choice. I looked at every make and model from Deere to Kubota and none fit the bill.I needed a small tractor that could handle a real 4ft mower and not a finishing one at that. Everywhere I went I found subcompact after subcompact and didnt want an oversized lawn mower.Ive put this tractor to the test and it refuses to give up,also I dont think you can run this damn thing out of diesel. Im very proud of my little 1815hst and cant live without it,thanks Top Flight for all your help
4ft HD mower
4ft HD box blade
This has been one of the best then s that Ive every bought I have 15 archers to mow with trees that the ice storm has destroyed almost all trees. Ive used this tractor to push brush and rake its never failed any thing that Ive put it up to the front end loader is a back saver and the finish mower cuts and looks good and all the horse I need. I use to try to mow with a riding lawn mower with a pull behind swisher 48" but each spring same thing belts,blades,pulleys,bat. and hrs of working on them but about every 3yrs I would have to replace the mower but still no power.If you want power and need push power this is the tractor.
It is one of the best tractors we have ever owned
This is my first tractor and I love it. It has been so very useful with moving the snow we've had here in the Inland Northwest this year. The only issue I've had is some bad hoses. The dealer I purchased it from has been more than helpful in correcting and fixing them. The 2415 HST is the perfect size for the small acreage I have.
I think this tractor is awesome and has plenty of power. I use it all of the time and i have even put a stack on it! I'm glad that this was the tractor i got. IT ROCKS!!!!!
I am impressed with my Mahindra 3215. I am using it to bushhog my nine acres and others, put in a field for crops and to cut and dig out a nine foot deep by a hundred foot side of a hill for our future home, besides all the menial chores a small farm needs.
The 4wd on this land is needed for the creek beds that I cross would bog down my 4wd truck, but not my little Mahindra 3215. It goes right through.
The lifting capacity of the front loader is also impressive. While lifting materials that what I thought would exceed the lifting capacity limits, this tractor would either lift it, or lift the back wheels off he ground with implements on its back end. I know it lifted some 1500lb+ of metal some three to four feet of the ground. WHOW. Try that with a John Deere…yea.
The only problem I had was a leaky hydraulic connection at the front end loader, that the dealership handled after bringing it to their attention a couple of times.
I only have three suggestions that if fixed would the 3215 PERFECT.
One, I wish Mahindra would use U.S. standardized common front light bulbs instead of small 25 watt bulbs from China that cost 27 dollars each,,,oooch. Both of mine went out with in a month. So instead of waiting weeks for the dealership to get them in and I needed them that week, I purchased two off road 55 watt halogen lights at the local auto parts store that can get replacement bulbs for under ten dollars and mounted them on the hood.
Two, if Mahindra would put a better sealer on the plastic fenders so they would not fade so fast and or supply some red paint to brighten up the look. JD guys around here made comment on this.
Three. A nice convenient cup holder somewhere around the seat. Wouldn’t that be the icing on the cake. Mmmmm
For years, all I thought of was buying a Kubota tractor. But this spring when I finally decided to buy one, I happened to go by a new tractor dealership that had opened up in my area.
After test driving and comparing the Mahinda 2815 to the Kubota 7800, I bought the Mahinda. A heavier tractor with a much greater loader lifting capacity plus a really great dealer with great financing!
Actually my wife wanted me to get the 2815 (I wanted the 2516) becauce it come with a loader and a Woods backhoe.So all summer long, I have been cutting down oak trees, diging out the stumps and spreading loam for her new flower garden(s).
This winter I plan on using it clear the snow off the 300' driveway on our 5 acre lot. I may get a rear mounted snowblower if Santa can get it down the chimney!!
Your tracktors are to much. A working man cant aford it.For the perice of the 5500 4WD it should have the buckit and cultuvator with it. thank you Randy