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Re: Maybe crossing over to the DARK SIDE!!!LOL Kubota

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02-08-2018 23:44:00

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Why does the guy want to trade the Kubota? I know a man with a late model M100GX and he bought it for the hay field, what I know is he uses it to cut and bale with but as far as loader work and stop start work it regenerates very often, to the point of aggravation. He sent it back to the dealer at least twice with no change, he has never been able to get any straight story on whether it has a glitch in The computer or an intentional design factor. I know he has that cab tractor sitting under the shed all winter while he loads customers hay with an open station 806.

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Traditional Farmer

02-09-2018 05:14:44

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 Re: Maybe crossing over to the DARK SIDE!!!LOL Kubota in reply to LAA, 02-08-2018 23:44:00  
Older friend of mine had a Kubota he used lightly within 2500 hrs of use he had it to the dealer twice for hydraulic repairs to the tune of 1000$+ each time.I know for sure because I hauled it both ways both times and saw the bill.Also the loader wouldn't begin to pick up as much weight as my 40+ year old AC 185.

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JD Seller

02-09-2018 04:59:50

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 Re: Maybe crossing over to the DARK SIDE!!!LOL Kubota in reply to LAA, 02-08-2018 23:44:00  
LAA He started farming more ground the last few years and quit livestock. He needs a tillage tractor rather than a yard tractor now. I am not sure I am going to do anything. I do not like that it has a participant filter and other emissions crap on it. So I will more than likely NOT do the trade. HE can just buy mine out right and I will find a non emission tractor to buy. That is why I wanted to here from guys that have them. It also is a lighter tractor than what I am used too as well.

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Bruce from Can.

02-09-2018 20:00:01

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 Re: Maybe crossing over to the DARK SIDE!!!LOL Kubota in reply to JD Seller, 02-09-2018 04:59:50  
But the truth is , you are only listing to a guy that knows a guy that owns the tractor, and tells you a story about what he thinks he sees. Only way you ever really know what any tractor , car or truck is like, is have one , or drive one your self. Rather than just read what some one writes that trash talks. I put nearly 1400 hours on my M100GX in little over a year, it fed the cows everyday, 7 days a week, no problems. On a real full time dairy farm. This is a true first hand account, not some BS story from a fella that never owned a Kubota tractor. Bruce

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philip d

02-09-2018 02:44:36

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 Re: Maybe crossing over to the DARK SIDE!!!LOL Kubota in reply to LAA, 02-08-2018 23:44:00  
We had an M125x on lease and there were continual issues that "no one in kubota has seen before and possibly we were abusing the tractor?", we traded it in on an M126x,different set of continual issues but basically the same spiel. Traded it in on a T6 165 NewHolland. Went from a 5 cyl to a 4 now we have a 6 cyl and a much heavier tractor than the M6 they tried to sell us for shockingly less extra money than the kubota was. It has def tier 4 which hasn't caused any issues in 4 years to date,starts just as good in the cold as the kubota and the transmission is ready to go in extreme cold vs the kubota alarming out because the transmission wanted to warm up. We've had nothing but good experiences with the NewHolland so far.

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