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Re: Why go w/a BX, or B or L?

Another nice feature of that B26 is that the 3PH stays on the tractor even when the BH is mounted. There aren't too many SCUTs that offer this convenience -- at least not that I'm aware of (I've read that the M-F GC series has this feature.)
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Great write up! That's a very helpful break down of the Kubota line-up. Much more helpful than the dealer was when I was in the market for a CUT. Basicly, I showed up and presented them with my needs for a tractor and they showed me the door leading to the tractors outside inviting me to come back in if I had any questions.

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Re: Why go w/a BX, or B or L?

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Another nice feature of that B26 is that the 3PH stays on the tractor even when the BH is mounted. There aren't too many SCUTs that offer this convenience -- at least not that I'm aware of (I've read that the M-F GC series has this feature.)
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Gives a new meaning to the word "service," doesn't it? Did you find a dealer who wanted your business? I can recommend a couple in East MO.
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