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    Platinum Member CBW1999's Avatar
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    Default B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    I am confused....nothing truly new- but I just looked at the kubota site and no longer see the 7510/7610 listed, but the 7800 is.

    based on a couple of previous posts, people seem to think that the 3200 is replacing the 7800. it would appear that it is the opposite.

    Second question/statement- Is this essentially the 75/7610 with more horsepower? I do not see too many differences otherwise.

    Any thoughts/comments to help correct or educate me?

    ...unfortunately, my wife intercepted the letter to santa, now I have to convince HER to let me get a new tractor!

    Thanks, and Merry Christmas to all!

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    The B3200 is the replacement for the B7800. It's the last of the 4 revamped Standard B tractors. HP goes up to 32.

    The B2320 replaced the B7410.
    The B2620 replaced the B7510.
    The B2920 replaced the B7610.

    Now that all of that is done, it'll be interesting to see what & when the updates to the B2630 & B3030 come out. That "old" BH75 without a factory mechanical thumb is really starting to date it.
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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    The 75/7610 was replaced by the B__20 series. If you look at those you will see a B2320 DTN Narrow that wasn't there last month.

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    That "old" BH75 without a factory mechanical thumb is really starting to date it. Bandit, didn't I just see a BH76 on kubota's web site? I didn't look further since I was just seeing what the B3200 looked like.
    B2620,Loaded R-4's , Wallenstein BX42 chipper, Bush Hog SQ148 RC, 4' x 8' chain harrow, Blizzard 54" 3PT snowblower, Tirechains. com v-bar duo grip chains (hate them), Simplicity Legacy with 48"mmm, turbo collector, Country Line carry all, Countryline Middlebuster, Woods 48" BB, Kubota QA for loader, Kubota forks, Kuhn EL23 rototiller, and more to come...

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    The BH76 is only designed for the current B3200. It does not have a seat attached as the BH75 does, because it comes with a tractor seat swivel conversion kit, and therefore sits a little tighter into the machine.

    The back of the B3200 is open, and you actually have to relocate the tool box from the back, to a bracket that attaches to one of the grab handles. Kind of a bad afterthought on the part of the designers. The Deluxe B's have an integrated rear fender/tool box, so all of that would have to be redesigned to make the BH76 work on those machines if they wanted to go with the single reversible TLB-type seat. But I wonder if that is a worthwhile design change, as the BH75 is also an option on the Basic and Grand L's.

    However, the specs seem to be the same between the BH76 and BH75, so it might be possible that the new BH76's dipper arm could just replace the BH75 dipper arm, and allow kubota to offer a mechanical thumb option for the BH75.
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    2008 Kubota B3030 (Open Station), LA403, BH75, 4 - 55w halogen front & rear ROPS mounted worklights with L39 dash switches
    2004 Case NH DX24E Subcompact

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    Yea, the toolbox gets relocated to the ROPS when the backhoe is mounted to the smaller B series like mine too. The revolving seat also sits higher, and I'm not sure I really like that yet.
    B2620,Loaded R-4's , Wallenstein BX42 chipper, Bush Hog SQ148 RC, 4' x 8' chain harrow, Blizzard 54" 3PT snowblower, Tirechains. com v-bar duo grip chains (hate them), Simplicity Legacy with 48"mmm, turbo collector, Country Line carry all, Countryline Middlebuster, Woods 48" BB, Kubota QA for loader, Kubota forks, Kuhn EL23 rototiller, and more to come...

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    Platinum Member CBW1999's Avatar
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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    Confusion abounds....somewhere at least.

    My local dealership (just stopped by there) said the 7800 isn't going anywhere, 75/7610 are being replaced by the 3200. The other b series mentioned were introduced as upgrades to their former models alone.

    Of course, he could be talking out of his........

    Secondly, he said that they wouldn't be released until next summer, spring at the earliest.

    Maybe Messicks' can shed some light on this?!?!?

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    From the specs and the physical size I think its safe to say the B3200 replaces the B7800 (when it retires). I can not see the logic of a 4 cyl 3200 replacing a 3 cyl 7610. I think the B2920 is suppose to replace the B7610.

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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    B3200 is replacing the B7800. Some B3200 have started shipping to dealers since Thanksgiving. It is dressed up a little nicer than a B7800, which was a great selling and performing tractor. Price will be a little more and the backhoe setup is way nicer. I have them on order but no ship dates yet. Ticks me off some guys have em already. B7800's are still available from current dealer inventory. Hope this helps

    Brian

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    Platinum Member CBW1999's Avatar
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    Default Re: B3200 replacing 7510/7610? or 7800?

    Thanks Brian,

    I did a little more digging/comparing spec sheets and such. Needless to say, if the dealer I spoke to is that confused, I'll be purchasing elswhere.

    I bought my 7510 through the same dealership 3 years ago, The salesman did a good job in putting the package together for me- unfortunatly, he left the company and things have not been the same.

    I'm bummed because I have another dealership 6 miles from my house....in Canada.....they cannot sell new equipment to go across the border.

    I can only hope to find another dealership within a reasonable distance.

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