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#1 Rocking416 OFFLINE  

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Posted November 24, 2010 - 08:27 PM

Anyone else on here own a 2320 i wanted john deere or somthing traditional like john deere, or Mcormick, Massey Furgson, I really want a Case IH but There financing sucked and prices So i wound up with this kubota

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Posted November 24, 2010 - 08:56 PM

Nice machine :thumbs:
By the way is that a farmall I see lurking in the background?

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Posted November 24, 2010 - 09:03 PM

I liked my Kubota. It was well built and very dependable. Dunno how it stacks up against a similar deere.
What kind of deal did you get on the Kubota?

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Posted November 25, 2010 - 07:02 AM

I really like your Kubota. I think most of the tractors once you get to that size they are all capable machines. It is mainly your styling and color choice as well as price tag.

I love the Compact Utility Tractors and would love to have another one. I had a John Deere I wanna say 3120. I had bought it with the front end loader, back hoe and 5' 3pt rear finish mower. I think the price tag was $29,000 and some change out the door. They had great financing which was 0% for 7 years. Payments were around $439 a month.

This was when we had 6 acres and I had my own business trucking. That went to hell and got rid of everything. I sure do miss it though. Even though I may not have used it everyday it was awfully handy when you did need it.

Here is the only picture I could find of it.

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Posted November 25, 2010 - 07:25 AM

Nice Kubota. :thumbs:

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Posted November 25, 2010 - 04:29 PM

Yeah theres a farmall super A in the back ground 1950, I got the kubota 0 down 0% with post hole digger, everything for its 50hr service, The tech manual, I pay like 252 a month for it total price was 11k with kubota inchurance i hear its good so if i wrecked it or destroy it its paid for Wich i would never do but nice to know if a twister picks it up at least i would be able to afford another one

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Posted November 25, 2010 - 10:24 PM

Yeah theres a farmall super A in the back ground 1950, I got the kubota 0 down 0% with post hole digger, everything for its 50hr service, The tech manual, I pay like 252 a month for it total price was 11k with kubota inchurance i hear its good so if i wrecked it or destroy it its paid for Wich i would never do but nice to know if a twister picks it up at least i would be able to afford another one


I don't think that is a bad price at all and it is hard to beat 0% financing.




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