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    Platinum Member peterc38's Avatar
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    Default New L3200

    I sold my B7610 on craigslist and moved up in size to an L3200 HST. The B7610 did everything I asked and was a great machine, but I knew I wanted a larger tractor with more capabilities. I considered a few different models including the Grand L's, but I am very happy with the final choice. In addition to the increased power (engine & PTO) and FEL lifting capability, some features this has that my B7610 didn't is 3 speed trans, QA bucket, position control and cup holder The 3 pt hitch on mine is not jerky like I have read about on some models The bucket still has stickers on it but I already got dog poop on the tires Also, I got a toothbar, but I already took it off for snow removal. It looks
    a little meaner with the toothbar on.




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    Vive l'acadie!

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    Gold Member BuzzardA91's Avatar
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    Default Re: New L3200

    Very nice. Got some cold weather and snow headed your way. Have fun.

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    Default Re: New L3200

    Weird just how huge it looks in the driveway in the 1st pic yet not so much in the other 2

    I swear mine doubles in size inside the garage lol

    Congrats and enjoy

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    Platinum Member kcender's Avatar
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    Default Re: New L3200

    Congratulations,nice looking tractor

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    Default Re: New L3200

    Congratulations on a fine and fine looking Orange tractor.
    2017 L3901 HST FEL, 2017 BX2370-1, 2012 F3080 4WD 72" RD, 2010/2009 RTV1140CPX , 72" Woods RFM, 60" LP Grapple, J DUNN Tree Grapple, 6' LP Rotary Mower, LP25 Hydraulic PHD, LP Quick hitch, RatchetRake , Rip and Dig, LP BB, LP 50" Tiller, Snow plow, Titan SSQA Forks, Titan Hitch Mounted Ripper, Titan SSQA to 3PH adapter plate, Sickle mower .. and Horse Drawn disk 13 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab, 18 Ford Flex

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    Default Re: New L3200

    You've got a great tractor there.

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    Default Re: New L3200

    When Spring arrives consider a Bucket Spade. The "L" series is the perfect size/wheight tractor to utilize it best. Several outfits manufacture them. Mine came from Bucket Solutions and has been completely satisfactory.

    My kubota is a B3300SU/ 33-hp/ 1,800 pounds.
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    Default Re: New L3200

    Did you have the rear remotes hooked up to the PB port?

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    Default Re: New L3200

    Congratulations.
    The PUPIL who does not surpass his Master, fails his Master.

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    Default Re: New L3200

    Congrats! I did pretty much the same move earlier this year - B7500 to L3200. Absolutely love mine. I'd suggest adding a bolt-on wear edge to save the factory edge. It didn't take long at all to see wear on the B7500 bucket before I added the sacrificial edge.

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