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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    Anyone have any prices on a 6040 or 7040 with a cab? Thanks!

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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    is that for a tractor with fel 4x4 hydro tranny or mech how many rear remotes with cast centers 3pt lift assist cylinders with the pto kit the creeper gear kit

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    acquiring Kubota M7040HD ?

    Default Re: pricing M7040

    Depends on where you are at. There are "Harvest Lease" tractors available. Typically have 200-300 hours on them.
    Qualify for the 0% 60 month program and still have warranty. I priced out a M7040HD with FEL $29K out the door

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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    border rat that only saves 6-7k over new i would buy new not someone elses junk

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    Quote Originally Posted by case245 View Post
    border rat that only saves 6-7k over new i would buy new not someone elses junk
    $6k is like doing away with a years worth of payments. And 300 hours would be 6 hours a day for 50 days. (I'm sure they run more than 6 a day)
    Add on top of that a warranty and 0% financing.

    Sounds like a sweet deal to me!

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    I looked at the lease program units and the savings for a 70 or 60 hp was only 3000 bucks for 220hrs of light use without fel. If the unit would have been within an easy drive I would have given it more consideration.

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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    is that a full warrenty on the lease returns

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmbertrand View Post
    My deal is without the 1k rebate b/c I am using the 0% finance offer. I thought about the 7040 and the fe limited slip but only one of those in the area and dealer is holding out on price. Was in Houston last week and stopped at two dealers to check prices for upcoming purchase and neither lot had a 70 or a 60 for that matter. Limited slip is not real important for what I use the tractor for. My 40d has been great but need extra hp for 8' cutter so I can cut down on seat time.

    Not to steal thread but a quick question about upcoming purchase. Thought I saw some of the 1153 loaders with a curved lever and others with straight? Is one for cab tractor?
    I was thinking all the M's had the curve handle. 220hrs of drive it like you stole isnt worth the 3grand,who knows whos been on them,grinding gears and etc.Why would the hands take care of a lease tractor? Be something like buying a rental car...

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    Yeah well these lease units were said to have only been used to pull carts and pto was never engaged...full warranty but still not enough money off for me to take the chance.

    Not sure where I saw the straight loader levers but may have been a dif brand or aftermarket loader. Anyway, ready to be done with shopping and analyzing so head will quit spinning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmbertrand View Post
    Yeah well these lease units were said to have only been used to pull carts and pto was never engaged...full warranty but still not enough money off for me to take the chance.

    Not sure where I saw the straight loader levers but may have been a dif brand or aftermarket loader. Anyway, ready to be done with shopping and analyzing so head will quit spinning.
    Everything will work out,let us know how it goes.

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