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Kubota B7610 Reviews



Overall Rating:
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Build Quality
rating
4.8
Features
rating
4.7
Performance
rating
4.9
Value
rating
4.8
Reliability
rating
4.9
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Small Farm
rating
4.80
Posted 11/15/2013
by PS Jarrett

"I bought this used with 250 hours on it. The machine came with a loader which I use all the time. I've welded chain hooks on the loader, useful for lifting and dragging things I can't pick up. I chose this small model so I could get around our small orchard. The price I pay is that the loader lift capacity is only around 600 lbs. But it is worth it. . .always a trade off. I bought a used tiller and use it spring and fall. Came with an auger and 10 inch bit which I use once in a while. Came with a four foot brush hog which I spend the most hours with, clearing black berries and keeping the small fields clearer for fire hazard. Overall, it has been an excellent machine, starts every time and has become a necessity. I couldn't imagine not having it now."

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Solid Tractor
rating
5.00
Posted 11/14/2013
by Scott Schwantes

"This is my first compact tractor and so far everything is great. I was surprised by the maintenance costs and OEM accessories. Other than that it's been great very solid and powerful I would eventually like a snow blower and heated cab but now I have a set of turf and ag tires and I mow, till and use the bucket and back blade for snow removal."

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Kubota 7610
rating
4.80
Posted 11/14/2013
by Ray

"Tractor has been excellent so far---absolutely no problems. I recently bought a B4572 backhoe for it, and with the frame reinforcing kit and top link. It performed very well. My only bitch is that the headlights are subpar for a tractor of this size, it has the standard reverse light bulbs for headlights instead of halogen bulbs."

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Great Tractor
rating
5.00
Posted 05/13/2013
by bob guest

"Best thing I have put on this tractor was a set of forks that go onto the 3 point hitch, I then got a used pallet and built a 20 inch high box on it. I can move a lot of garden cuttings or fill up the box with split firewood and fill the front loader with firewood have enough wood in front of the house for 2 or 3 days. Also great for carrying all of my gardening tools while leaving the front loader free to use."

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Kubota 7610
rating
5.00
Posted 02/02/2013
by Lynn Labrum

"We purchased it with a loader & backhoe and have since bought a Woods 4' brush hog . We have used it for grading, landscaping, planting trees, digging out stumps up to 4 foot in diameter, clearing black berries with rock teeth on the bucket as a rake, mowing the lower 3 acres, clearing dead branches & logging debris around the trees. We are on a side hill and the tractor has performed better than I expected for a 24HP compact tractor. I have moved 600 lb. boulders for a neighbor and cleared rocks on our property for planting grass. My wife has been using the backhoe to dig holes to plant trees 5 foot tall by herself that would have taken at least 2 people to do by hand . Have just bought a BX1500 with a loader & belly mower for mowing where our riding mower can't mow and yard work."

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Kubota B7610 HST with Loader and Backhoe
rating
5.00
Posted 01/06/2013
by Sebastian Culbreth

"So, I live in southwestern Costa Rica (which is not in South America, it is in Central America but the option wasn´t available in the required location field) and recently bought a small 3.5 acre plot of land after working on my 1/4 acre lot and a couple of other rented/borrowed fields for several years. Tired of farming with a shovel and a machete so decided to invest in a tractor. Ï don´t have any previous experience with the things, closest thing is my rototiller. There´s not a huge market for small tractors here. They're kind of unheard of and the only tractors you see are great big ones in sugarcane and pineapple fields. Little tractors can be gotten here new but they are very expensive, at least half again if not more what they cost up there. Luckily, this guy imported this tractor in 2007 and decided he didn't need it sitting around while he spent most of his time in the US. So I was able to pick it up used for a decent price, with the 352 loader and 4672 backhoe. It had about 250 hrs. of light use when I got it. Dude was a nice guy and went through the trouble of importing it for me, so that´s why the dealer gets a 5 too. The thing is pretty darn awesome for being a little teeny 23hp tractor. So far I've used it for moving lots of dirt, moving pretty big rocks, and dragging saw logs around. Not mowing manicured lawns. I am very, very surprised at what this little machine is capable of, so much so that I'm worried that I may be abusing it and it might break, as so often happens to me with new power tools. But, so far it keeps on working. it appears to be a very well made piece of machinery, not a dinky little lawn tractor made of stamped steel, by any means. I really like that if I want to move a rock that's too big to physically fit in the loader bucket, I can just push it around on the ground wherever I need to go. Not bad for a little 23 hp machine. Welded a little tooth rake and bolted it onto the loader bucket, makes grading and stuff a lot more effective, but its especially cool because it lets me pick up big saw logs and stack them, almost like a forklift. Only has little 3" teeth but works pretty well. One thing that hasn't been a problem yet, but I don't particularly like about it is this "limiter bar" doohicky that attaches the 3 point backhoe attachment to the tractor. As I understand it, there are also subframe mounts for backhoe attachments that bolt the two pieces together into a rigid structure. The limiter bar kind of lets the backhoe flop around in a disconcerting manner while you're sitting on it working, even with the stabilizer feet put down. its not that bad if you´re careful but the hydraulics are definitely strong enough to bounce the whole thing up and down and shake the whole backhoe around on the back of the tractor. I think I would really like to be able to bolt the two together with a subframe mount, maybe I´ll get around to fabricating something one of these days. I've seen similar discussions here in the forums, but, like I said, none of this has been a problem, and it may never become one. Looking forward to welding all types of chisel plows and cultivators and manure spreaders and blah blah blah once I´m done with setting up the basic layout of our land. "

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Kubota B7610
rating
5.00
Posted 04/11/2012
by harold may

"Really don't know much yet. Just got tractor home and been servicing it just to get familiar, so far so good. I'll know a lot more by end of summer."

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Used
rating
4.40
Posted 03/01/2012
by Paul

"Just purchased in December and for now it is resting in the garage. I have played with it a couple of times moving snow and it seemed to work fine. I purchased it for the backhoe which I intend to use as soon as spring comes."

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I Should Have Had This Thing 25 Years Ago!
rating
4.60
Posted 01/06/2012
by Longshot

"Got mine used, with just over 200 hrs. Came with a 352 loader w/toothbar + hooks, power-angle front plow, R4's and chains. Also have 5' Rhino back-blade, 6' york rake, ballast-box, and 2 wheel trailer. Use it to maintain/plow a steep, quarter-mile, gravel lane; and to grade, move firewood/soil/stone and clear brush on a 10 acre partially wooded site. With the ballast box it's power-to-weight/traction ratio is nearly ideal for any plow/loader work I ask it to do, and even in 4WD it remains surprisingly nimble in the woods. I've added a skid-plate [which I feel should have been a factory install], shortened the joystick and mounted a rear work light. It came with the seat upgrade. I've put a couple hundred hours on the tractor and other than routine maintenance, the things that I've had to address were a leaking plug in the transmission case, corrosion abatement on and around the radiator and the skid plate fabrication. In sum, the 7610 is a pretty slick and durable workhorse, which I sometimes drive just for the joy of it. "

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Love my Kubota
rating
5.00
Posted 01/05/2012
by Leonard Lavalier

"Very happy with my Kubota. Also satisfied with my local dealer."

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Kubota B7610
rating
4.20
Posted 06/02/2011
by Karl

"Tractor is well designed, well balanced and functions great for it's size. Cheap vinyl seat, PTO control is in awkward place for sliding off and on the tractor. Great tractor for my less than 5 acre home. Plenty of power, especially in the 4wd mode."

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Kubota B7610
rating
5.00
Posted 06/02/2011
by LoveTheSmellofDiesel

"I bought a used B7610 and could not be happier. I've got turf tires, a FEL, carryall, 54" MMM and a 48" box blade on the way. The power and size is perfect for my slightly over 2 acre property. Have done so much work that would have taken me years in a matter of days/weeks with it. Highly recommend the model."

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Review of B7610
rating
4.60
Posted 05/02/2011
by LoveTheSmellofDiesel

"I've been waiting a long time to own a "Bota" My dad always talked about owning one, but never achieved his dream. Sitting on a 2 acre hilly lakefront the 7610 is everything I had hoped for. I've pulled down trees, moved dirt, leveled the driveway, hauled logs, and can now comfortably use the FEL as an extension of my fingers. First job was to fill in a 30'Wx8'Dx50'L cement holding pond that was to be used for a solar heating pond - will post pictures which paid for the tractor in the labor alone. Can't say enough good things about this tractor. Picked it up from a dealer that got it in for trade from a landscaper and I took it home to retire it to a life of casual labor for its remaining life. Love it."

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Very Nice Machine
rating
5.00
Posted 08/17/2010
by Len Lawton

"This tractor has tons of power and handles all of the implements I'll ever use!! The LA352 FEL is perfectly matched as is the 60" mower deck. I also have a 48" 2 stage blower which makes the winters here a little easier! "

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Kubota B7610 - FEL and box blade
rating
4.60
Posted 08/10/2010
by Mark Shilling

"This is my first tractor. I use it mainly to maintain 1/2 mile of gravel road to the house and removal of dead underbrush and trees on my property. The local Kubota dealer in Boone, NC was really great and provided excellent service. I have put about 50 hours since I purchased the tractor without a problem. The tractor has plenty of pulling power and is stable. Box blading is easy and I can pull large trees from the woods and the tractor doesn't even break a sweat. This tractor runs all day on a full tank of fuel. I really like the small size and ability to maneuver in close quarters. "

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Love it !!!
rating
5.00
Posted 03/25/2010
by hr3

"I never had a tractor except a lawn tractor.. I don't know how I got along without it before"

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B7610 Owner
rating
4.20
Posted 03/17/2010
by Buckeyeman

"I originally was going to purchase a BX2350 but the owner of the dealership talked me out of it and into a B-Series. The reason he did was because of the 3-point hitch. He said if you are going to rent implements it will be easier to find them to rent for the Cat. 1 hitch vs. the hitch on the BX. My overall experience is I'm glad now I went with the B-Series. I am overall pleased with the reliability of the tractor and it's performance. My only complaints were the weld quality of the FEL, and the quality of the paint job. I wish they would have used a base coat clear coat finish. I wish Kubota offered a drive over system on the MMM similar to John Deere's "Autoconnect" to make it easier to get the deck on and off. I added a horn which I thought should have been standard for a tractor that cost this much. I did change the OEM turnbuckle stabilizers to the telescoping ones, and changed the seat to the new improved one, and I highly recommend these changes. Other than adding a set of work lights to the ROPS, I haven't made any modifications to the tractor. I am extremely satisfied with the tractor and would purchase another Kubota product. "

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Kubota 7610
rating
4.80
Posted 03/16/2010
by Scott

"Great tractor for its size. Has worked great and done far more work then I ever expected of it! I would buy it again. I changed my rear links to the sliding bar system and that makes it 10X better! Simple and not too expensive."

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Love My Kubota
rating
5.00
Posted 03/15/2010
by Leonard Lavalier

"Great little tractor."

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Happy with the Kubota
rating
4.80
Posted 03/12/2010
by Dennis Waite

"Haven't had any problems that weren't my own fault."

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