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    Veteran Member xring100's Avatar
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    Default Re: Kubota M9540 or New Holland T5050???

    Impressive that explains why they look a lot wider and taller sidewall than my 12.4 R24's on mine. Its because they are Should be good with that loader in soft ground

    Dave

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    Yeah I hope this tractor turns out to be a real workhorse. She looks impressive just hope her work ethic matches her looks

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    Congrats!
    Not trying to hijak the thread, but the M9540 that I checked out at Marshall Machinery in PA, was a total POS. More things broken than working. I will NOT go there again as the salesman basically lied to me over the phone and I wasted about $200 in fuel and a full day.

    Going to check out a M9540 open station in Ohio Monday with 2000 hours, 1353 loader 12 speed and 2 remotes.. Looks to have had a much easier life. It is at a green dealership and they said it is a local 1 owner trade in... $24K
    Jonathan

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    Good luck on the 9540 I hope this one turns out to be a better tractor for you. When I looked at the 9540 it looked to be a well made tractor. I personally like the cab a little better on the T5050 though.

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    Default Re: Kubota M9540 or New Holland T5050???

    Yeah cab is out of my budget.. I wasn't planning on getting a loader either (I have one on my MX5100) But this one in Ohio comes with a loader which is even better as it is 4X4 and a heavier capacity loader, and it is bobcat style QT which should be the same as my MX5100, and so it will fit the bucket I have and my homemade forks...
    Jonathan

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    Default Re: Kubota M9540 or New Holland T5050???

    Congrats on the tractor...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSweet9c1 View Post
    Yeah cab is out of my budget.. I wasn't planning on getting a loader either (I have one on my MX5100) But this one in Ohio comes with a loader which is even better as it is 4X4 and a heavier capacity loader, and it is bobcat style QT which should be the same as my MX5100, and so it will fit the bucket I have and my homemade forks...
    Jonathan
    The 1353 is a monster it has 1000lbs more lift capacity than the one on the 5100 plus a bunch more lift height. I can off load 3000 lbs pallets from a semi truck. Hope it works out for you and that your homemade forks are seriously over built for the mx5100 because the breakout force on the 1353 is 4900 lbs 800mm forward of the piviot hope this one works out for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by foreman Etexas View Post
    Congrats on the tractor...
    Thanks

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    Default Re: Kubota M9540 or New Holland T5050???

    Will that tractor go up Carl's hill ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin37b View Post
    Will that tractor go up Carl's hill ?
    If you put some green paint on for traction it shouldn't be a problem

    The only hill I've ever had a hard time climbing or pulling something up was a mixture of solid ice and hard pack snow on a gravel road.
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