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    looking for information on small 4wd tractors suitable for up to 2 acres

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    Welcome to TBN.
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    to TBN!

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    Welcome to the forum from Oklahoma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jexhed View Post
    looking for information on small 4wd tractors suitable for up to 2 acres
    Welcome to TBN--join the fun.

    Check out the kubota B-series. My first tractor was a 2005 Kubota B7510 HST (21 hp engine, 17 hp pto, 4WD, hydrostatic tranny, power steering) with the LA302 FEL (4-ft wide bucket, about 800 lb lift). Cost new: $12.6K.

    Good luck.

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    Check out http://www.tractordata.com/ You can sort by horsepower. Check out those in your range, perhaps 20 HP.

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    Welcome.

    Why not try them all. kubota, Deere, MF, etc. I think you will find that for two acres, the SCUT tractors will be perfect. You can mow, till, plow, etc with all of them.

    I used to have a BX2660. Very good tractor. I have been hearing a lot of good things about the new John Deere 1 series. Very cool features.

    But it is more about what you like, and how you feel about the dealership that will sell/service it for you. So, go shopping.

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    WELCOME to TBN

    I moved your thread to the Buying/Pricing/Comparisons Forum.
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    BX25, turns in less than it's lenght...comes w/ FEL and BH and buckets.
    Inexpensive, proven lightweight not overpowered. Company doesn't
    inject unfair sales practices, better than great support even on this list.
    1000's of implements and attachments available for it. Do your research,
    look at how many guys here own Kubotas, there are reasons for it, all
    others are wannbes. It is what it is. If I were to do it over again I think
    I would go slightly used, resale value is awsome too, you will see, if you dig.
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    As RDJ2516 said, Why not try them all. kubota, Deere, MF... One other SCUT that frequently gets overlooked is Yanmar, they used to produce most of the CUT's for Deere, and still make a couple models for them. Top quality and since they have split their marketing agreement with Cub Cadet, I think they have some aggressive pricing. You might want to avoid the NH SCUT's as NH has switched tractor manufacturers and I'd wait until the dust settles around NH before I would consider them.

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