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    Default Kubota B5200

    New to tractor buying world, need price advise.
    Have found a 1986 kubota B5200 with 600 +/- hours on it. Comes with a 3' bushhog, 3' rototiller, and a 5' box blade. Have not seen yet, [img]/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img] but seller has kept inside and all maintenance has been done. sounds like it has not been worked very hard. Party is asking $6000 as starting price. What is a fair price for this tractor with these attachments?? <font color="orange"> </font>

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    Default Re: Kubota B5200

    There were four wheel drive models and two wheel drive models built as well as hydro and gear drive and they all would make a difference on the value of this tractor.

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    B2620, Toro Z-Master 45 3 (2 3hp Kaw asaki, 52" deck.Kubota RTV 900)

    Default Re: Kubota B5200

    For $6,000, I would expect 4wd, excellent shape (like new) and name brand implements (Bush Hog, Woods, etc.) in top shape.
    Will

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    Default Re: Kubota B5200

    The tractor is four wheel drive and is gear driven not hst. Not sure about the implements. Local kubota dealer told me this tractor would be in the $3500- $5500 range without attachments; is that assesment fair? Dealer also stated that attachment would figure about half of orginal cost. I did ask dealer for a ballpark figure on both. Does this seem resonable?

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    Kubota B4200DT

    Default Re: Kubota B5200

    I recently bought a 1987 B4200DT. I'm not sure what the differences b/w the B5200 &amp; 4200 are, but I paid $4500 for mine.

    specs:
    -2 cylinder diesel, 13hp I think, 900hrs excellent condition
    -4 wheel drive, gear driven, hi-lo range gear box, lockable rear diff.
    -FEL (L820?? not sure) manual states a 440lb capacity
    -fairly new rear turf tires that are loaded

    HTH
    Matt

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