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post #1 of 3 Old 01-24-2019, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Ck3510se

Hello, After searching used and seeing the high prices then, comparing RK, LS, NH and Mahindra I am about 75% ready to pull the trigger on CK3510SE HC HST with loader and backhoe. I have 147 acres of heavily forest plus five acres of yard. My plans include smoothing ruts from logging in 1997, putting in drainage pipes across paths and in ravines with depths up to six feet and generally clearing to make roads for ATV/snowmobile/hunting, culling trees and light firewood cutting. I will also plow/maintain my 200' driveway in (N.W.PA.). I am also, considering a backhoe claw and would a rear blade be the ticket for smoothing the logging ruts ? I need to find out if this is a 2018 or 19 would there be any differences ?

Thanks, for any any input.
Chuck

My closest dealer sent me this quote "This is for a CK3510SEcab hst with KL4030 Q/A loader with 66'' mat. bucket and grill guard. and a KB2475 backhoe subframe and 12'' bucket. with cash rebate plus tax is 32,150 price plus tax for 0% for 60 or .99% for 72, or 1.99% for 84 is 35,050"
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post #2 of 3 Old 01-26-2019, 01:19 PM
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Re: Ck3510se

Can't comment on prices.
But I have owned a 2001 Kioti DK 35 for the past 17-18 years (currently has 2160 hours) and its been a great/reliable tractor for me.

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post #3 of 3 Old 02-02-2019, 01:36 PM
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Re: Ck3510se

Thats not a bad price I just bought a CK3510SE in Carson City for right at 31K with the loader a front manure clamp on the bucket and beet juice in the rear tires for ballast. This was the best value locally and I checked JD, kubota, New Holland, and MF. The dealer parts/service should be a key point in your decision making process. The cheapest deal is not always the lowest cost in the long run. My neighbor bought a 40hp Branson 2 years ago and he really likes it but his dealer is 4 hours away.

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