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    Texas - Wise County - Sunset
    NHTC45D, NH LB75B, Ford Jubilee

    Default Re: G1800-Still a good choice?

    It looks pretty good to me, Steve. It sure is clean. The deck is missing the two front outside rollers, but those should be easy to replace. I'd offer $2500, but I don't think you'd be hurt at his asking price because it is such a low hour machine.

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    Kubota L3710 HST, Kubota G1900-S

    Default Re: G1800-Still a good choice?

    That really is a clean example. With a right-front wheel cover it would look practically new! As a point of reference, I bought my G1900 AWS with just under 2,000 hours for $2k last summer. These things are absolute tanks. Plan on R1 tires out back if you need to mow hills.
    Kubota L3710HST MFWD with LA681 loader, blade, hog, scoop, Rip & Dig, PTO generator, DIY chains
    Kubota G1900-S HST AWS with 60" deck

    1984 John Deere 1050 2WD
    1959 John Deere 435 Diesel
    John Deere LX188 V-twin hydro with 48" deck

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