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    Default lifting capacity

    does anyone know how much weight the 3 point on the L3200 will lift and hold??

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    Default Re: lifting capacity

    Just picked up the brochure a week ago L3200 and L3800

    lift capacity at lift points 1998lbs/906kg
    24in behind lift points 1435lbs/651kg

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20 20 View Post
    Just picked up the brochure a week ago L3200 and L3800

    lift capacity at lift points 1998lbs/906kg
    24in behind lift points 1435lbs/651kg
    is that the front end loader or the 3 point?

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    Default Re: lifting capacity

    Everything is listed on kubotas website.

    http://www.kubota.com/product/L3200/...eries_spec.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD1 View Post
    Everything is listed on kubotas website.

    http://www.kubota.com/product/L3200/...eries_spec.pdf
    awesome thanks

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    Default Re: lifting capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by seriousfreedom View Post
    is that the front end loader or the 3 point?
    it is the 3pt

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    Default Re: lifting capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by 20 20 View Post
    Just picked up the brochure a week ago L3200 and L3800

    lift capacity at lift points 1998lbs/906kg
    24in behind lift points 1435lbs/651kg
    I'm kind of surprised at those numbers, my 98 Grand L2900 is 2870lbs/1300kg and 2200lbs/1000kg at 24"

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    Quote Originally Posted by luc View Post
    I'm kind of surprised at those numbers, my 98 Grand L2900 is 2870lbs/1300kg and 2200lbs/1000kg at 24"
    Got them out of the L3200/L3800 brochure, just talked with the kubota dealer a couple weeks ago, same numbers he gave

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    Default Re: lifting capacity

    Nothing really to be suprised about.

    The L3200/3800 is an economy tractor. It is little and light.

    The grand L's have a LOT more lift capacity.

    And honestly, for a 2500lb tractor, I dont need any more lift capacity than what its got It will lift everything I've got and still have pleanty left over.

    Heck, they could give it 6000lbs of lift capacity if you wanted. But it wouldnt do any good when @ 2k the front end comes off the ground
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD1 View Post
    Nothing really to be suprised about.

    The L3200/3800 is an economy tractor. It is little and light.

    The grand L's have a LOT more lift capacity.

    And honestly, for a 2500lb tractor, I dont need any more lift capacity than what its got It will lift everything I've got and still have pleanty left over.

    Heck, they could give it 6000lbs of lift capacity if you wanted. But it wouldnt do any good when @ 2k the front end comes off the ground
    kubota Model designation can be a little confusing, i would have imagined that a 3200 4 cylinders would be more powerfull than a 2900 3 cylinders.

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