Wisconsin Looking for small tractor with stock loader.

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Sparkynutz

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Location
Waupun, WI
Tractor
John Deere
Willing to travel at most 4 hours 1 way or so for the right deal. I'm an hour north of Madison WI.
Looking for a small loader tractor preferably with belly mower. Front snowblower is a plus.
Looking to spend $3-5k for something turn key needing no work. I have a spring landscaping job I will need it for and don't want something that needs fixing first.
I will be hauling about 100-200 yards of gravel and black dirt with it through a tight spot too tight to drive a skid loader through quickly without risking hitting garage or house or both on the many trips back and forth.
That being said I'd like something I can scoup and go quickly with, dump and get another load.
A rear mount tiller would also be a plus but not needed.
I was really hoping to find something along the lines of a kubota bx1500 but know that probably won't happen under $5k if I can even find one local at any price at all.
If you have something or know of something that would fit the bill, please let me know.
Thanks,
Ryan
 
   / Looking for small tractor with stock loader. #2  
Willing to travel at most 4 hours 1 way or so for the right deal. I'm an hour north of Madison WI.
Looking for a small loader tractor preferably with belly mower. Front snowblower is a plus.
Looking to spend $3-5k for something turn key needing no work. I have a spring landscaping job I will need it for and don't want something that needs fixing first.
I will be hauling about 100-200 yards of gravel and black dirt with it through a tight spot too tight to drive a skid loader through quickly without risking hitting garage or house or both on the many trips back and forth.
That being said I'd like something I can scoup and go quickly with, dump and get another load.
A rear mount tiller would also be a plus but not needed.
I was really hoping to find something along the lines of a kubota bx1500 but know that probably won't happen under $5k if I can even find one local at any price at all.
If you have something or know of something that would fit the bill, please let me know.
Thanks,
Ryan

Craigslist and Tractorhouse are good starting points. If you don't need it until spring be patient and be careful of scammers on CL. You will be lucky just to find a decent turn key SCUT or CUT tractor and loader at your price point. You will need to buy an older loader tractor probably.

Welcome to TBN!
 
   / Looking for small tractor with stock loader. #3  
Here you go Sparky,

Go offer them $3800 for that and get your job done. When you go to sell it you will get your $3800 dollars back toward the new tractor. It has a hydraulic bucket so will be great for backfill, has live 3pt for box blade.

The other option is hire it done and save your $ for your tractor

TractorHouse.com | 1954 FORD JUBILEE For Sale
 
 
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