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hacki

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Re: Belarus 250AS
« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2017, 05:46:32 AM »
If you will take care of the tractor can stand more than 10 000 hours.
Parts are a lot to this model
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Re: Belarus 250AS
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2017, 12:25:14 PM »
The air cooled engines run forever if halfway maintained. If you got it at that price and in that good of shape it is a good deal. Just use quality lubricants and when you change engine oil change the oil in injector pump.
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Re: Belarus 250AS
« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2017, 12:02:26 PM »
Hi farmlessfarmer
Welcome to the forum.


The 250 is a fairly reliable and rugged machine, I've seen units with 10-12,000 hours on them.
Engine is stil in production, so new OEM parts are available.
The tractor itself is out of production since 2004, so tractor parts are becoming scarce.
Call our parts manager Ray 1-855-246-4689 x222 about engine/tractor parts.
If you can find another 250 to be used as a "donor" - this could be a solution


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Belarus 250AS
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2017, 02:25:44 PM »
Hello i live in Louisiana USA, we had afew Belarus dealers afew yrs ago but it sceme's they are no longer here, Now & then someone Calls me about working on one of these tractors, we have people who still like them. I came upon a 250AS that looks new, still has stickers on it & very few hrs. it was closed in a barn for yrs & is in almost new shapefor $2500 american dollars. I only plan to use this tractor for a sprayer, pto generator & 5 foot triming mower. I am a mechanic but parts ane scarce & i have no problem fabricating & tinkering. I would hate to buy a tractor that may break a transmission or housing & scrap a tractor early especially when not much money is made on a small farm, Small tractors here are in demand & expensive & a new Kabota is way out my reach. "What do the Belarus experts have to say" how many hours can i get out of this engine if well maintained? what can i expect? i do like the simplicity of a basic tractor?
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