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    I currently have a Farmtrac 3130 with a FEL and a 3pt backhoe. I love the tractor it can lift about 1400lbs with my front pallet forks. One of my friends has offered me a good amount of money for it so I 'm going to sell it to him plus I'm looking at getting a sub mount backhoe instead of a 3pt system. Any thoughts the kubota L 3800 can it lift close to what the farmtrac can .

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattc8832 View Post
    I currently have a Farmtrac 3130 with a FEL and a 3pt backhoe. I love the tractor it can lift about 1400lbs with my front pallet forks. One of my friends has offered me a good amount of money for it so I 'm going to sell it to him plus I'm looking at getting a sub mount backhoe instead of a 3pt system. Any thoughts the kubota L 3800 can it lift close to what the farmtrac can .

    thanks
    Here is your specs

    Loader type: Kubota LA524

    Height (to pin): 94.3 inches [239 cm]

    Dump clearance: 76.2 inches [193 cm]

    Dump reach: 20.2 inches [51 cm]

    Dump angle: 40

    Reach at ground: 63.7 inches [161 cm]

    Rollback angle: 31

    Breakout force (at pin): 2,462 lbs [1116 kg]

    Breakout force (at 500mm): 1,874 lbs [850 kg]

    Breakout force (bucket): 2,215 lbs [1004 kg]

    Lift to full height (at pin): 1,131 lbs [513 kg]

    Lift to full height (at 500mm): 855 lbs [387 kg]

    Lift to 1.5m (at pin): 1,490 lbs [675 kg]

    Lift to 1.5m (at 500mm): 1,182 lbs [536 kg]

    Raise time to height: 3.5 s

    Bucket dump time: 1.7 s

    Lowering time: 2.3 s

    Rollback time: 2.2 s
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    Thanks - I was wondering if anyone that owns a L3800 can tell me how much it actually can lift with a set of pallet forks. I hear that kubota rates their specs on the low side and Mahindra rates on the high side.


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    i had an l3800 i traded for 7040su that will lift a 1 ton skid if ita 2000ibs on the skid i lift 2 the wieghted 2500ibs its was a chore i gave up on tractors trying to lift what i want to lift unless you to step up to a 100hp tractor i think you would not be happy with forks on an l3800 i hated that tractor maybe an l39 tlb is another one to look at that compares closer to my 7040 they are 32k new i would look at used good luck in your tractor search

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    I don't have an L3800 but they are very nice tractors. If you plan on moving that kind of weight often you might consider the L4600. It has a much stronger loader but still has a reasonable price.

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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbaer78 View Post
    I don't have an L3800 but they are very nice tractors. If you plan on moving that kind of weight often you might consider the L4600. It has a much stronger loader but still has a reasonable price.
    Im looking at the L4600, it will lift 1500lbs.

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    I think the specs are what the tractor can lift safely and reliably.

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