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    Default Re: Kubota B3200, MF GC2600 or similar tractor

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinE View Post
    I'm just hesitant with gas prices near $4 a gallon. Maybe if they'd get a little lower I would try to find the dealerships.
    We can all certainly understand the high cost of gasoline and I have also cut back on my driving, but in the end you really have to spend some time actually standing next to and sitting on the different makes and models to fully appreciate the differences. I have been driving tractors for a while, but there are just so many models out there, it is really hard for many of us to really know all of the models and how they stack up as to size and features/layout. Any money spent on gas to look at these machines will be money well spent.
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    MF GC2400 that replaced retired CC 2518 and retired CC 2160

    Default Re: Kubota B3200, MF GC2600 or similar tractor

    When I was shopping for a new tractor, I went to the state farm show at the beginning of this year. Thay had all the different brand tractors to "try out for comfort" all at one location. Saved me the time and gas from driving to different dealers.
    MF GC 2400, FEL, 60"MMM ,Woods RB60 back blade. Life is sweet.

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    Default Re: Kubota B3200, MF GC2600 or similar tractor

    Thanks! I'd actually forgotten about this. Apparently gmail doesn't get updates from here either. I guess I'll have to bite the bullet and try to find a Bobcat dealer and try them out.

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    Default Re: Kubota B3200, MF GC2600 or similar tractor

    I just got my B3200 on Friday with a 5 foot rotary cutter from Land Pride. Could not pass up the 0% financing.

    I mowed/brush hogged about 4 hours on Saturday. I love the unit, but would point out that in MANY places in the manual it emphasizes that you get a better cut a slow speeds, ie, B3200 in low gear at 2-3 mph. I agree having used it, but suspect that each time I cut, it will be a little easier and a little faster. I have about 6 acres to brush hog and did not quite do 25% of it at that rate.

    I like the fact that the B3200 has the mid mount for a belly mower, but I didn't get one yet. So far, the rotary cutter is awesome and was worth every penny.

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    Default Re: Kubota B3200, MF GC2600 or similar tractor

    Is that speed with the deck mid way of the tractor?

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