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    Default Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    Ouch - hate when that happens....

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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    That will buff right out.
    At least whats left would be worth the asking price if you needed the parts.
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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    the backhoe is worth that, there are many L48's around that are just TL's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MessickFarmEqu View Post
    the backhoe is worth that, there are many L48's around that are just TL's.
    Would kubota's insurance have covered that? If they had it of course.
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    OUCH! Never seen a FEL bend like that! Looks like a high speed collision. My guess is somehow this guy had it on a trailer and hit something. Don't see how else you do that kind of damage This could very well be worth the purchase for the backhoe alone though, assuming it's still in working condition.

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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    Ouch, to me it looks as if a truck collided with it but who knows? Sad day for the owner of that Kubota, sad day for the kubota itself, it will never get to use that FEL again.
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    Since the bidding has ended and someone has bought it, hopefully it can be be repaired and returned to a working piece of equipment.
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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    OUCH! Never seen a FEL bend like that! Looks like a high speed collision. My guess is somehow this guy had it on a trailer and hit something. Don't see how else you do that kind of damage This could very well be worth the purchase for the backhoe alone though, assuming it's still in working condition.
    Martian , i wonder if he roll it down a bank.
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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    Quote Originally Posted by Martian View Post
    OUCH! Never seen a FEL bend like that! Looks like a high speed collision. My guess is somehow this guy had it on a trailer and hit something. Don't see how else you do that kind of damage This could very well be worth the purchase for the backhoe alone though, assuming it's still in working condition.
    OUCH is right!! Looks exactly like it took a header off of a trailer! Not too fast, though - she didn't flip and roll. And it kinda just stalled on the loader, bucket and ROPS.

    Doesn't look like the hoe took a hit. Although the frame might have gotten tweaked (or cracked).

    Engine, tranny, rear diff all likely good.

    Definitely worth $5K.

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    Default Re: Ebay Kubota TLB (oops)

    I ask the guy on ebay, his responds Wreck.
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