My 1999 B7300 just turned 900 hrs and I finished the 900 hr service. Usually I average about 50 hrs per year on it, but the past 3-4 years, I am lucky to get 25....we just have not had the snow to justify running the blower in the winter. I do not think I blew snow more than 6 times total the last two winters. Most was left on the ground to just either blow away or it melted off in either sun or rain. Not that I am complaining! Since last November 1st, I have only put 22 hrs on the meter, and most of that was mowing around the property. With little snow, I just have not needed to remove downed trees either. Yesterday was the first time in several years that I used the tractor and loader to help cut and move wood. I had two ash trees that broke off 20ft up at burls, and my son-in-law and I cut and removed those for firewood.
Ha, 5030, what is the difference in your "listed tractors" ....Kubota M9000 HDCC3, Kuboya M9000 HD....is that a mistype or is the Kuboya a blackmarket? Ha ha.
Your Ford is "barely broke in" with 1112 hours. My JD 4255 that I've owned since '93 has 11,400 hrs showing on speed hour meter.