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    Silver Member Davinator's Avatar
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    Kubota #M6040 w/Grand Cab

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    Welcome! If you are like me, the value of this forum will really become evident after you make your purchase and continues on from there.
    Kubota #M6040 Cab w/Hydro Shuttle Trans, Loaded R-1 Tires, 600# Wheel Weights, #LA-1153 Loader w/3rd Function Valve, Top&Tilt Kit, Land Pride #2584 Box Scraper, #RTR1274 Rotary Tiller, Woods #BB-840 Rotary Cutter

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    Super Member LD1's Avatar
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    Kubota l3400

    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    You certainly cannot go wrong with a kubota. But dont sell yourself short and be brand-blind. There are several that make great small tractors. You are doing yourself a dis-service if you dont look at all of them that you have food local dealer support for.

    And welcome to TBN
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    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    Welcome to TBN

    I moved your thread to the kubota Buying/Pricing forum.

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    currently own F3080 F2680 B2620 FEL/BH RTV1140

    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    Welcome. This is a great place to learn about kubota tractors.
    2012 B2620 FEL BH, 2008 F2680 2WD 72" side Discharge Deck, 2012 F3080 4WD 72" rear discharge deck, 2010/2009 RTV1140CPX , RatchetRake, Forks, ...DEARBORN 2 BOTTOM PLOW 12" ?? FOR SALE $425).... Drawbar and Horse Drawn disk 13 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab, 13 Ford Flex. 2009 Subaru Impreza Sport

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    Kubota b2920

    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    Welcome. Ive got the b2920 myself, its a great machine. Fair warning though, if you buy something orange you may find yourself with many orange things . I keep finding new implements i "need" now and new jobs for the tractor.

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    Kubota b2620, LA364 loader.custom rear remotes, THUMB bucket grapple, 60" box blade 72" landscape rake &many other toys

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    Thanks for the kind welcomes. I get to play. ... er work this weekend.
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    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    Welcome aboard. Best wishes in regards to your tractor selection.
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    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    Hi and welcome to the forum. I have to agree with Teikas Dad, I also bought a kubota from Barlow equipment and got a great deal on a B3200HST w/60"FEL and a 5' Taylor Way (made by King Kutter) box scraper w/top & tilt for $19,800 + $1,000 shipping to the central coast of CA, and at $20,800 that price was still $4,500 less then the my local dealer would sell me one for. I also looked around alot and found out about Barlow's here. I ended up buying Kubota because of their financing.

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    Kubota MX4700TLB

    Default Re: New here, Thinking of buying something orange

    The knowledge here is endless, any color of tractor info is here!!!

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    Kubota L4740HST, Kubota RTV 1140 Camo

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    A late welcome to the kubota family

    Terry
    Kubota L4740HST TLB, Kubota RTV 1140 Camo

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