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    New Member Border Rat's Avatar
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    acquiring Kubota M7040HD ?

    Default Re: pricing M7040

    Quote Originally Posted by DT86 View Post
    $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!
    Most in my area were used pulling peanut carts in from the field to the processing barn. The unit I'm looking at is a "hydro"
    kubota signs them to strict requirements. I've seen 2 units 1 was just like new and the other showed a little wear.
    Kubota goes over the units upon return and before sending them out to the dealers.
    The warranty is still 2/3 years. I've had brand new cars die in the 1st week of operation.

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    Gold Member SanDucerro's Avatar
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    Kubota M7040 - L3130 - ZD326S

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    Quote Originally Posted by curtisfarmer View Post
    Anyone have any prices on a 6040 or 7040 with a cab? Thanks!
    Just had one delivered two weeks ago - M7040HDC-1, 4WD, R1 Tires, Hydraulic Shuttle, Rear Remote, CAB, LA1153 FEL, 72" Quick Attach Bucket, Front Grill Guard, Air Ride Seat, AM/FM Radio w/MP3 Player and Weather Band, delivered 85 miles one way - $42,593. From "Build my kubota" the MSRP was $48,687 - so my price was about 13% off, but delivery was negotiated at no charge which probably made the deal about 15% off. That was the zero percent financing price.
    Keith

    Kubota M7040 Kubota L3130

    San Ducerro Vineyards Yoakum, TX

  3. #23
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    2 L48s, KX121-3, RTV 1100 and a couple of older Fords

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    Got a quote for a M7040 cab, R4, loader, rear wiper/defrost, loaded tires. $47,200. I have a farm but sub out all the haying and plow snow as well as run a landscape construction biz. Want 7040 for the cab, but am thinking may go for M59 instead. I have 2 L48s which I love (yes, they are slow and not suitable forhaying but work fine for everything else farm chore related), but the 7040 wont fulfill my dirt work needs. I figure a M59 will be low $50's although no cab. We are thinking about ramping up our farming so I am thinking this one over. Would like to have a cab machine BAD for plowing since plowing with a slow, heavy L48 without cab sucks.

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    kubota 7040sud

    Default Re: pricing M7040

    do you really need a bigger tlb you have 2 now id say 7040 with cab for plowing the fel on m59 will lift less then the fel on the 7040 1153 vs 1002 m59

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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    Quote Originally Posted by case245 View Post
    do you really need a bigger tlb you have 2 now id say 7040 with cab for plowing the fel on m59 will lift less then the fel on the 7040 1153 vs 1002 m59
    I believe the M59 has a TL1350 loader which would lift more than the LA1153.

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    kubota M7040 &m7040

    Default Re: pricing M7040

    M59-TL1350 ldr 3,968lbs
    M7040-LA1153 ldr 2,738lbs

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    Default Re: pricing M7040

    I need 2 machines at all times, and as my 1st L48 (2003) will be retired to farm chores, I will need another machine. The M59 has most of the capability of the M7040 except cab and heavy duty farming applications like baling and what not. Being similiar in price, the M59 provides more for the $ IMO, especially having a backhoe. Although I don't need 2 backhoes and an excvataor. Needing a cab though, bad for plowing.....which I am considering getting out of. I hate it, but having to do a lot of plowing at my own place and making $1,000 every time it snows isn't bad. L48/M59 will out perform the M7040 for construction related duties while opposite for ag related duties to some degree.

  8. #28
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    kubota m7040/ jd 2155

    Default Re: pricing M7040

    Price seems awful high, check around.

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