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    Default My first modern tractor

    Hi,
    Been lurking this site for awhile off and on.
    Today I had my new kubota L3200 delivered. Though I have owned a Farmall Cub that I restored over 10 years, this new tractor is my first experience with a modern tractor with 3 point hitch or front end loader.
    So I am looking forward to learning all I can about the possibilities that are now available to me that have been lacking in my trusty old Cub.
    I have an overgrown 5 acre pasture that has very little level ground that I will be making more useable.
    My package included a Landpride 60" cutter and a 72" Landpride box blade.
    My seat time so far has been limited today, but I took a pic of my son mowing some of the tall grass in my pasture and it's attached.
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    Welcome to TBN.
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    Silver Member USNative's Avatar
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    Default Re: My first modern tractor

    Welcome to TBN and that's a nice little kubota you got there!


    2010 JD 3038e with 305 Loader & PHD 200 Post Hole Digger & Homemade PTO Driven Hay Elevator
    2010 JD Gator XUV 620i - Electric Dump ,Herculiner Bed Liner and Cab with Lexan Poly Windshield
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    Kubota L4400 Gear Ag Tires

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    Congratulations on the new tractor I recently bought an L4400 I have no doubt that you will enjoy that tractor as much as we all enjoy ours :-)

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    Default Re: My first modern tractor

    Hello & WELCOME to TBN!

    I moved your thread to the kubota Owning/Operating Forum.
    Briana
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    Nice tractor, bet you will love it.

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    Default Re: My first modern tractor

    Yes, I am loving it more and more as I get to use it.
    So far have spent 4 hours of cutting with the 6' rear cutter and it works great. Too bad it gets dirty so easy- not all shiny anymore.
    https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/phot...eat=directlink
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    Default Re: My first modern tractor

    Congratulations on your new tractor, nice little machine.

    My tractors haven't been shiny since the day I got them, sometimes just a little less dirty than others.
    "An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it." - Jef Mallett

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    Default Re: My first modern tractor

    +1 on that. Like Triple R, my tractors aren't shiny either. They are tools. Cars are for shiny.

    I still have my '41 Farmall and I use it...... Even old tractors have uses.
    A couple Kubota's and some payment books.....
    "If haying was easy, everyone would do it. It isn't."

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    My brother still uses our old 55 Ford 600 bought new. Years ago we repainted it complete with lettering. The last time I was out there he had just shot the whole tractor with primer, easy to match.

    He is fixing up our old Massey Ferguson 375 to run as it has a FEL, but it has more rust than paint; still runs good and pulls strong.
    "An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it." - Jef Mallett

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