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  1. #11
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Quote Originally Posted by piller View Post
    I think you underestimated slightly, my math says you have about 53 HP for your 2.33 acre spread (15 + 15 + 23)

    You guys are both goofy. Once you pass the 2.32 boundary, you have to add an extra 35 hp. 72 hp minimum!

    j

  2. #12
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Quote Originally Posted by john_bud View Post
    You guys are both goofy. Once you pass the 2.32 boundary, you have to add an extra 35 hp. 72 hp minimum!

    j
    Maybe I should consider selling .01 acre then.
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Yep, I got the B3030, all in all it was too good of a deal with the extras, I would have probably just got a new one before I found this good used set-up, but this dealer in Kingsport, kinda P__D me off, I shopped around, numerous dealers, web,and ect, went and talked to him twice, he gave me a price and I showed him my best deal I got, he was very rude, he was like it's that far away, and are you gonna take it back that far for warranty work, thats why he gave you that good deal, he won't ever see you again and have to deal with the tractor,and he pretty much blew me off after that, as I was leaving he said when ya get serious about buyin come back and well see what the owner will do on a price , he might come down a little but not that far and we will stand behind it, what ever, Tractor dealers are 10X worse than car salesmen, we need a MSRP clearly advertised or a company to getthe 5 best prices, but I'm happy now, seeya for now I'm going to tear some dirt upthat don't even need tearing up, thats the good thing about a tractor,

  4. #14
    Platinum Member kozak's Avatar
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    New Holland TC35D c/w FEL, ACCO Allis 1614

    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    cgreenway,

    Congratulations on an incredible buy !! You will not be disappointed on the capability of that tractor. Years from now when you reflect back on the jobs you did with that there tractor you will see what a wise decision it was to get something a wee bit bigger.

    Happy Tractoring & don't forget the pics !!

    Vic
    NH TC35D SS, c/w FEL, Woods Rotary Cutter, Luck Now Snowblower & Universal Forks.
    AGCO Allis 1614 with MMM.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Just my opinion but the BX would do all you are asking. I have a BX23 TBL with all the toys, and have 10 acres of land. I've dug septic lines, replaced drain tiles and dug stumps. FEL is a great tool for so many items, but remember the most important of all-----the BX treads lightly on your finished lawn.
    Rick

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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    I can get a b2920/w 60" MMM new for $13,ooo.oo, a BX2350/w 4' bush hog,54"mmm with 27hr for 7800.00, or a good deal on a B3030 o5 model with 179 hrs, 54MMM,bush hog Tiller,bush hog post digger,box blade,loader,and fertilizer for 15,000.00, what would the majority do here, it's my first tractor, can't decide weither

  7. #17
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Quote Originally Posted by sohel View Post
    I can get a b2920/w 60" MMM new for $13,ooo.oo, a BX2350/w 4' bush hog,54"mmm with 27hr for 7800.00, or a good deal on a B3030 o5 model with 179 hrs, 54MMM,bush hog Tiller,bush hog post digger,box blade,loader,and fertilizer for 15,000.00, what would the majority do here, it's my first tractor, can't decide weither


    Were is the loader
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Quote Originally Posted by cgreenway View Post
    This is my delima, I have a acre yard, and 2 acre field to bush hog, I can get a b2920/w 60" MMM new for $13,ooo.oo, a BX2350/w 4' bush hog,54"mmm with 27hr for 7800.00, or a good deal on a B3030 o5 model with 179 hrs, 54MMM,bush hog Tiller,bush hog post digger,box blade,loader,and fertilizer for 15,000.00, what would the majority do here, it's my first tractor, can't decide weither the extra money for the bigger tractor would benifet me, big range in the prices I found, thanks,

    kubota has 0% financing right now. Why use your $. Buy new and use Kubota's money. Also, read some of the comments and articles on this site about a new tractor. After I bought my B7800 and old farm hand told me to buy what you think you need then go one size bigger since new projects and ideas keep on coming

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    Platinum Member kozak's Avatar
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    Default Re: ?? BX 2350, B2920, B3030, Which one??

    Quote Originally Posted by rap14 View Post
    After I bought my B7800 and old farm hand told me to buy what you think you need then go one size bigger since new projects and ideas keep on coming
    Those old farm hands really know what their talk'in about.....let me tell ya somethin.
    NH TC35D SS, c/w FEL, Woods Rotary Cutter, Luck Now Snowblower & Universal Forks.
    AGCO Allis 1614 with MMM.

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