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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Considering the pictures you posted, heavier would be better, but MX series is rugged and within your weight range ~~~ and not too big to learn on, although it will feel huge the first 20 engine...
  2. Re: Can the Japanese or Indians build better tractors?

    Deere and Kubota are publicly traded companies. You can buy shares in either or both on the New York Stock Exchange, thereafter sharing in their profits.

    The Boards of publicly traded companies...
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Pull implements on with a Come-Along wire winch. Lift off light implements with tractor's FEL. Or pull off using tractor's logging winch or a nylon tow strap.
    Use ratchet straps or 1/2" nylon...
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Hey!!! Forget horsepower. Consider tractor weight 1st and 2nd, horsepower third.

    A tractor's capability is defined by its WEIGHT.

    LINK: Google
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    I expect most of your respondents will agree with this recommendation: one of Kubota's 'MX' series with a bare tractor weight of 4,000 pounds. MX are very simple, powerful small tractors. The MX...
  6. Re: Can the Japanese or Indians build better tractors?

    Deere assembles small Deere tractors for the US, Canadian and Mexico markets in MEXICO, from Yanmar/Japan, USA and Mexico produced components. Most are exported to the USA and Canada by rail.
    ...
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Consider CLIC dual wheels: Clic Wheel Systems Ltd - Dual Wheels for ATVs and Off-Road Vehicles - Products - Off Roaders



    You will make a better, quicker, tractor decision is you study tractors...
  8. Re: Can the Japanese or Indians build better tractors?

    A substantial proportion of Mahindra tractors sold in India and the balance of Asia have two, not four, wheels. Two wheeled tractors are counted in Mahindra's statistics.

    Kubota 2 Wheel Tractor...
  9. Re: Can the Japanese or Indians build better tractors?

    Perhaps the fact that India is the second most populous country, after China, and a nation of small farmers, has something to do with why Mahindra exists.
  10. Thread: WHAT TO GET

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    Re: WHAT TO GET

    Box Blades are one of the most common Three Point Hitch implements used as COUNTERBALANCE to the FEL.

    If you have an FEL + bucket calculate your counterbalance needs and order an appropriately...
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    Buying Advice Re: Need lots of tractor buying advice

    The difficulty for a tractor newbie is evaluating implements on an apples to apples basis. "Looks" may deceive.

    You should evaluate implements by weight first, then secondary attributes, price...
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    Re: Seeding large bare area questions

    There are a lot of inexpensive pH meters available: soil ph meter | eBay
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    Re: Seeding large bare area questions

    After you have the results of a soil test, specifying turf as your objective, and after you amend the soil per soil test, you should not need another soil test for ten years.

    I don't have a roller...
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    "The equipment needs to be light enough to be transported on our boat from town to the property in the spring and then back to town again in the fall. Our weight limit is 7,000 pounds."

    "Hiring...
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    Re: Best crop for SANDY soil food plot

    Hancock Seed Co., Dade City, Florida, has many food plot mixes. I buy Buckwheat, Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer deer seed from them. Using a Disc Harrow to mix end-of-season food plot residue into...
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    Re: Looking for adjustable middle buster

    I agree.
    VIDEO: subsoiler - YouTube

    GOT2BTRU: Clarify what you are seeking to accomplish and how deep do you need to go.
    Describe your soil.
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Consider radial tires too.

    Radial or bias, the right choice / Properly use your tires - Michelin Agricultural Tires

    Specialized tractor flotation tires are mostly sold for very large...
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    Re: Massey Ferguson 50hp front end loader

    It is a Massey Ferguson TRACTOR with a Front End Loader.

    A Front End Loader is a rear engine machine, with four equal size wheels.

    Fill in your TBN profile WITH YOUR LOCATION.
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    Re: Tracked Skid Steer or Tractor?

    Tractors require quite a bit of maintenance.

    Wheeled Skid Steers require a bit more maintenance than the average tractor. Tracked Skid Steers require a lot of maintenance of the tracks. For...
  20. Re: Can the Japanese or Indians build better tractors?

    Why have you posted in code?
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    Re: Are the linebach plows a good plow

    Consider a Middlebuster for a small garden. King Kutter makes Middlebusters for subcompacts, maybe others. Not for really tough soil.

    VIDEO: middle buster - YouTube
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    Buying Advice Re: Need lots of tractor buying advice

    Here are some used tractor listings on eBay, close to zip code 84302:
    -volvo in Industrial Tractors | eBay

    Here are some SOLD listings:
    Tractors | eBay
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    Buying Advice Re: Need lots of tractor buying advice

    I recently purchased a 2 acre place, more than half in peaches. My son has a couple of acres down the road, I am sure that if I get a tractor it will get used there too.

    Will you be raising...
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    Re: Are the linebach plows a good plow

    Kubota 'B' series has 12" to 14" ground clearance.

    I believe your subcompact GC1705 has 9" ground clearance.
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    Re: Looking for adjustable middle buster

    You should be looking at Subsoilers rather than Middle-Busters. Subsoilers are heavier built and designed to go deeper, though you might have to rip the same row twice to get the width you want. ...
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    Re: Implement provider suggestions?

    Rotary Cutters, AKA Bush Hogs, are among the most indestructible of tractor implements. Very few parts, relative to a Flail Mowers. Only two blades to sharpen and only an angle grinder required for...
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    Re: Are the linebach plows a good plow

    The dirt contact part of the plows for subcompact tractors are the same. The plow masts, which attach to the tractor's Three Point Hitch, have reduced dimensions.
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    Re: Are the linebach plows a good plow

    Nothing wrong with a Leinbach plow for $150.

    However, I doubt it will fit your GC1705, which I suspect has only 9" ground clearance.

    A 12" plow will turn earth satisfactorily only from 5" to 7"...
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    Re: Implement provider suggestions?

    Gannon is a brand in the Woods implement stable. There are Woods dealers about everywhere.
    http://www.woodsequipment.com/ceLandscapeEquip.aspx

    Land Pride makes fine hydraulic rear blades.
    Rear...
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    Re: Kubota Insurance?

    INDIANMC: If you are new to operating tractors I recommend KTAC insurance because in the learning curve it is probable you will incur some damage.
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    Front-End Loader Re: Ratchet Rake // Today

    I have excavated over 1,000 Palmettos with the Bucket Spade. Occasionally Palmettos four layers deep. It is usually a two or three stab job. Sometimes up to six stabs.

    I have Kubota's optional...
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    Front-End Loader Ratchet Rake // Today

    I had a snarled mass of wild grape vines and brush near a gate. Decided I should clear it today, before everything emerged from dormancy.

    Photo #1 Ratchet Rake on bucket. Downward oriented...
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    Buying Advice Re: In the market for a new tractor

    Hoofed animals pack ground like nothing else. Even though you are buying feed, your pasture will be more productive and easier on the horses if you aerate the ground every fourth year, or 1/4 of...
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    No. The less successful will fail, the more successful will grow. Better, more innovative product results. Regulation makes it difficult for new competitors to enter the arena, giving advantage...
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    You have defined most of what constitutes MARKETING, a multi-billion dollar business annually. The part you omitted is portraying the unique, differentiated product as having ADDED VALUE.

    The...
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    Re: Kubota Insurance?

    Like you, I have no KTAC paperwork.

    However, having made two claims to KTAC on Kubota financed tractors in six years, one on each of two tractors, I have to report KTAC is easy to deal with and...
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    Why do you find it surprising thicker material increases the Box Blade price? Heavier BBs also have gussets and other reinforcements.
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    Calculate pounds per foot of width as most valuable information. Implement names are marketing.

    Note that ETA provides weight for all their implements, which is honest policy.
  39. Re: SE Texas 2016-2017 The Year Without Winter

    We have not had winter in Northern Florida either. Not one hard freeze. Most days in mid-70's.

    Several fields have Watermelons planted under plastic.
  40. Thread: New Member

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    Re: New Member

    Good choice.
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    Buying Advice Re: In the market for a new tractor

    How high do you need to lift the round bales?
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    Re: Central Texas Rock Farmer

    Rent a min-excavator for this task, buy a tractor for the rest.

    A Backhoe for a 45-50 horsepower tractor costs $8,000 new.

    If you go Kubota buy an optional Heavy Duty, Round-Back bucket for...
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    Buying Advice Re: In the market for a new tractor

    You can move round bales using a small tractor with Bale Forks mounted on the Three Point Hitch, but not lift the round bales more than 18". The MF 1734e has a Three Point Hitch lift capacity of...
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    Re: Farmer's input

    Every crop has an optimum soil pH. So, first decide what crop or crops you will grow.

    Then have your soil tested, notifying the testing agency of the crop or crops you will grow.

    The soil test...
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    You will want an implement of 600-900 pounds mounted on the Three Point Hitch whenever you carry a heavy load in the FEL bucket, otherwise the rear wheels will lift off the ground. The Three Point...
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    Box Scraper Re: Standard Duty vs Heavy Duty

    The key metric is Box Blade weight per foot of width.

    Minimum weight that is effective is 100 pounds per foot of width. Better is 125 pounds per foot of width. Construction Box Blades start at...
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    Re: Kubota nomenclature

    The capability of tractors is determined by their weight.
    Here are Kubota open station, bare tractor weights:

    BX = 1,400

    B = 1,566 - 1,874

    L = 2,623 - 3,300

    Grand L = 3,500 - 4,000
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    Re: Is Landscape Rake the Correct Attachment?

    Is the Backhoe mounted most of the time?

    If the 3-Pt. is free, consider a Pine Straw Rake. Everything Attachments | Skid Steer Attachments, Tractor Attachments, 3 Point Hitch Attachments, and...
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    Re: Just got the call. Grand 6060 is at dealer

    Cup holder: The only container which fits a Grand L cup holder is a quart of Gatorade. I sleeved my cup holder with a piece of 3" PVC pipe, with a FLAT plug underneath, bolted through.
    ...
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    Re: What Upgrade to my LS J2023?

    When 4-WD is engaged theoretical wear on the front wheel components has to be subtracted from wear on rear wheel components to arrive at a net increase in gear wear of "0".
  51. Re: Bolens/Iseki G174 - Questions about operating

    I am a Kubota owner but almost all tractors operate the same.

    1. The tractor is a 4x4 unit, however, even with the diff-lock engaged, the front wheels do not lock. Is this normal? Is the diff-lock...
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    Re: L3901 Weight Question

    LA525 FEL is 845 pounds by itself. Bucket adds around 160 pounds additional.
    You have to tease the FEL weight out of the Kubota Whole Goods catalog.

    2,600 pounds for 2-WD, gear transmission...
  53. Re: HELP IDENTIFYING MAKE AND MODEL # FOR HARROW DISK

    Agri Supply in NC/SC/GA will have the parts you need. You will have to do some careful measuring to get replacement parts that fit.

    Agri Supply has farm supplies, tractor implements & mower...
  54. Thread: Sloping grade

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Sloping grade

    Ask questions.

    Responces to specific questions, rather than broad topics, will be most valuable to you.

    Only a few here grew up on farms with tractors. Most of us, like you, started at "0".
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    Re: I need help deciding HP needed

    You can buy a Chain/Drag Harrow pretty cheaply. Add a Boom Pole lift if you need additional maneuverability.

    LINK: ...
  56. Thread: Sloping grade

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Sloping grade

    At $1.00 per mile pulling a trailer and two round trips totaling 68 hours, what will be your cost? You can likely hire out this work cheaper than you can transport the Bobcat.

    Skid Steers and...
  57. Thread: Sloping grade

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Sloping grade

    As a general answer, match what is 'native' to your area.

    Colorado Springs is pretty dry, isn't it? Are you planning to grow prairie grass on the slope, or something that will require irrigation?...
  58. Thread: Sloping grade

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Sloping grade

    I would consult with your tractor dealer for an opinion if a new tractor operator can move dirt on your slope SAFELY.

    Box Blades take longer to learn to use well than almost any other Three Point...
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    Re: I need help deciding HP needed

    I used to own a John Deere 750. John Deere 790 is a very sound, uncomplicated tractor.

    It would be fine for maintenance after heavier equipment did your leveling. The Deere 790 is too light...
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    Re: I need help deciding HP needed

    How capable a tractor is is defined by its WEIGHT.

    Most Georgia soil is pretty tough stuff. Ground contact work requires quite a lot of tractor weight.

    Based on minimal information provided I...
  61. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    Five foot R/C is 20% less mowing time.
  62. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    Get a 5' Rotary Cutter should you finalize on an L2501.

    Here are pages and pages of L2501 threads in the T-B-N archive: Google
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    Re: What Upgrade to my LS J2023?

    I bought two tractors before finally getting enough weight with the third, my Kubota L3560. My first was a used Deere, 1,600 pounds, no FEL. Second a new Kubota B3300SU with FEL 1,900 pounds. ...
  64. Thread: Lost 4wd

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Lost 4wd

    Same issue with our BX several years ago, roading in 4-WD at max speed. If i remember correctly, dealer repair was $300.

    Don't do loader work in 2-WD. Ramming the bucket into piles of dirt in...
  65. Re: What size tandem disc for my 50hp tractor?

    PDP: Think of Disc Harrow size as pan diameter first, then width. Most of Disc Harrow weight is in the pans and penetration is primarily through implement weight, secondarily through adjustable...
  66. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    You set two parameters: 1) TIME isn't really an issue. 2) I think I can accomplish everything I need for $20,000 new.

    If you change parameters, forget this thread, start a new one.
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    Loader Re: Hello all and I need help!

    I would take it to a GOOD welding shop and have them repair and reinforce the existing bucket.

    $300 for a GOOD rebuild will be cheaper than any alternative and you will not have fit issues.
  68. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    As you have TIME, why not get a 3,500 pound, bare weight tractor, such as a used MX, a Disc Harrow with 20" diameter pans and a Land Plane Grading Scraper (LPGS or Land Plane) and chop and shave that...
  69. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    You could go 11.5 mph on a paved road, pulling the R/C. The only point of the R/C touching the pavement would be the castor tail wheel and R/C tail wheels are pretty robust.

    Not that fast in a...
  70. Re: Considering best bang for the buck for acreage

    MAXIMUM ground clearance on a BX is 9" without a belly mower. Based on your description of your field you need 12 inches or more of tractor ground clearance. Larger tractor wheels give a much...
  71. Thread: New Property

    by jeff9366
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    Re: New Property

    Are Christmas trees a business? How many acres?

    If Christmas trees will be a business, a Backhoe is probably worthwhile. A tractor Backhoe should handle Christmas tree stump removal OK as...
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    Re: Tougher Tires... I need some

    I have never used TIRE LINERS in tractor tires. However, I use TIRE LINERS inside the tires on my Touring Bicycle. On bikes, the rear tires wear much faster than front tires. I have worn out three...
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    Re: Tougher Tires... I need some

    In the LINK in Post #7, the Firestone tire shown @ $299 seems to be a pretty standard eight ply tractor tire, perhaps combining some of the tread characteristics of R1 and R4 tires. However, with...
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    Loader Re: Bucket welds broken - LS won't warranty

    You would have had the same NO from Kubota. I had Kubota deny a warranty claim on my bucket under somewhat similar circumstances. Fortunately, I had Kubota's KTAC insurance which paid 100% for...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: New to me Kubota B2920 3pt question

    Messick's is one of the premier Kubota dealer in the USA. Messick's has five locations in Pennsylvania.

    You will get good advice from Messick's. Messick's sells Kubota parts on line via on-line...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: New to me Kubota B2920 3pt question

    It would be helpful to answering your question, LANCEMS007, if you had your STATE included in your TBN profile.
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    Re: Tougher Tires... I need some

    R4s are called industrial tires with good reason.

    R1s are usually four ply, unusually six ply. With R1s, with greater number of plies, less traction.

    R4s are six ply, often eight ply.

    Some...
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    Re: What Upgrade to my LS J2023?

    Have you kept an implement mounted on the Three Point Hitch for additional ballast? Weight cantilevered on the Three Point Hitch is much more effective ballast than equivalent weight in filled...
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    Re: What Upgrade to my LS J2023?

    Do not think in terms of tractor SIZE. You will make a faster, better decision of you think in terms of (bare tractor) WEIGHT.

    You need an increase of 50% in tractor weight before you will...
  80. Thread: L 3940 price?

    by jeff9366
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    Re: L 3940 price?

    kubota ktac insurance - Google Search

    Tractors do not have titles. You get a Bill of Sale and that is it. That is why it is important to ascertain as far as possible that any tractor you...
  81. Re: Adding weight to new BX2370-1 (and probably a box blade)

    Page 12 of Land Pride's Operators Manual shows BB1248 weight as 316 pounds/79 pounds per foot.
    http://www.landpride.com/ari/attach/lp/public/manuals/303-295m.pdf

    Consider a 52" Ratchet Rake in...
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    Re: Thinking about buying a new tractor

    Tractor Supply Co. stocks the narrowest width Ratchet Rake.

    The two wider width Ratchet Rakes can be ordered from the TBN Store, button at the top of this page.
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    Re: Thinking about buying a new tractor

    Dealers will tell you a medium duty Rotary Cutter will cut 2" trees. That is true but the Rotary Cutter will not last long.
    I recommend cutting anything 1-3/4" and larger with a chain saw or much...
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    Re: Thinking about buying a new tractor

    How many acres of overgrown fields do you need to clear?
    What is the AVERAGE diameter of Cedars and small Oaks? What is the MAXIMUM diameter of Cedar and Oaks you need to clear?

    What are your...
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    Re: Thinking about buying a new tractor

    Weight is the key metric.

    Consider tractors in terms of bare weight first, engine horsepower second. You will make a quicker, better decision.

    You can find tractor weights for almost any model...
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    Box Scraper Re: Box scraper for hard pack dirt/gravel road

    You have not revealed whether you have ditching, crown or camber to deal with in your mile.

    I too recommend a Land Plane Grading Scraper with scarifiers over a Box Blade as primary gravel or dirt...
  87. Re: Looking at a Case 580CK for my new rural home (total newb to tractors)

    Here are nine eBay tractor "SOLD" listings around San Diego: Tractors | eBay
  88. Re: Looking at a Case 580CK for my new rural home (total newb to tractors)

    Here are some Case 580 VIDEOS: case 58�k backhoe - YouTube

    Here are Case 580 CK SPECS from tractor data.com: TractorData.com J.I. Case 58� CK Construction King industrial tractor information
    ...
  89. Tractor Sizing Re: Lookin' For New tractor 36 Acres (Open to Suggestion)

    This must be a hobby or residential property. No open field.

    Any reason you cannot defer operating tractor during inclement weather?

    If you operate 100 hours per year, which would be more...
  90. Tractor Sizing Re: Lookin' For New tractor 36 Acres (Open to Suggestion)

    You need to research heavy duty Bush Hogs/Rotary Cutters fairly carefully.

    You may want to have a commercial service cut the four acres of brush and saplings the first time with a Heavy Duty...
  91. Thread: L 3940 price?

    by jeff9366
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    Re: L 3940 price?

    $38,900/$28,000 with the front remote and 400 hours seems about market to me.
    Presumably a buyer's new discount would offset Kentucky sales tax +/-.
    Winter is generally the most advantageous season...
  92. Tractor Sizing Re: Lookin' For New tractor 36 Acres (Open to Suggestion)

    Here is a Cat you may find interesting: Caterpillar 416 Cat Backhoe Front End Loader with Cab | eBay

    Here is a TYM/Korean you may wish to consider: New TYM Cabin Tractor and Skid Steer Loader |...
  93. Thread: L 3940 price?

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    Re: L 3940 price?

    Outside stored there is potential rodents have gnawed the wiring.
  94. Thread: L 3940 price?

    by jeff9366
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    Re: L 3940 price?

    I would describe $28,000 as fair market value if the tractor has been inside stored and has maintenance records.

    Outside stored would decrease its value to me by $4,000.
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    Re: Kubota L4610HSTHC

    How did you resolve the Three Point Hitch issue?

    Glad this excellent tractor is in your possession.
  96. Re: New Prospective buyer small-mid size tractor for the woods

    Bs and Ls are 12" to 14" ground clearance. (The BXs have just 9" ground clearance.)
  97. Re: New Prospective buyer small-mid size tractor for the woods

    Have tractor rear tires filled with liquid to lower center-of-gravity on slopes. Ponder selection of R1/ag/barred or R4/industrial tires carefully.

    Consider a Kubota L2501 as well as lighter...
  98. Thread: Used Tractor

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Used Tractor

    TBN ARCHIVE: Google
  99. Thread: Used Tractor

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    Re: Used Tractor

    Judging by the pictures 253 engine hours appear authentic.

    GOOD GOING. CONGRATULATIONS.
  100. Re: How much land could this thing clear in a day?

    If you are going to peck at it with the L4330 get a Ratchet Rake for your FEL bucket and a Field Cultivator for your Three Point Hitch. More than half the de-brushing struggle is transporting...
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