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post #1 of 7 Old 05-25-2019, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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Help me choose a new CUT!

So trying to decide between a Kubota 3350 and JD 2032. Here’s the figures for both
Price kubota b3350
HST fluid industrial tires quick attach and 54” bucket mmm valve and joystick with grill guard Kubota bh77 backhoe 12” bucket
$31000 plus tax on mmm farm exempt on the rest
2year 1500 hr warranty
Power train 72 or 2k hours

JD same figures as Kubota but he says 32500 trying to get to 31k will text me this week. No tax on mmm(don’t ask me why/how).
Any suggestions?
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post #2 of 7 Old 06-14-2019, 09:19 PM
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Re: Help me choose a new CUT!

Kubota has a few more PTO H.P., I would go with J.D., (instantly if the dealer will go $31K) only because it’s an American based company. Had and enjoyed a Kubota B8200 w/FEL. Sold the tractor because I could get a J.D. 790 for a great price that only had 168 hours on the clock. Truly enjoying this nice 35 H.P. tractor.
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post #3 of 7 Old 06-14-2019, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for the reply and yes JD 2032 it is...were in the process of hashing out delivery but for 31k added another 1k for a 3rd function valve I couldn’t go wrong! Thanks for the reply!
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post #4 of 7 Old 06-15-2019, 02:48 PM
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Congrats on the decision for a new JD 2032. Sounds like your dealer worked with you and that is a good sign too!

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post #5 of 7 Old 06-15-2019, 07:44 PM
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Well, you probably made the best choice. Nice for the dealer to match Kubota's price. Think $1K for another remote is a bit high, but it's installed by the dealer which makes things go much smoother. If you had purchased a kit of any kind for the extra remote. then you have to get hoses, and adapters to connect to the tractors hydraulics, uuuuhhh, where am I going to mount this bleeping thing. And from my experiences, nooottttttthhhhhing is straight forward simple when you try to do that kind of thing yourself, I personally know a fellow who can attest to that, wont mention who he is, but he sure is good looking.
And, don't doddle too long sitting on the tractor when the wife says, "the grub's on the table" - - - - - honey. Or you may find your food in the garbage can cold as ice. Said fellow above has had that happen to himself - - - - - well, the food was cold as ice anyway, she never throws food away. Enjoy working with (it's actually playing for me) your new acquisition.
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Our wives may be related in that aspect, and yes it was a bit high, but after adding it to the New Holland Workmaster 55 at my grandpas it was worth it to me, as I don’t have the time to do it. Also, since I have a 285 and 420 lawn tractors I’ve got torn apart currently! Tear something else down in the garage and take my wife’s spot I’m not sure what she would do.
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post #7 of 7 Old 06-15-2019, 08:58 PM
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So, you did learn something on your grandpa’s tractor remote installation. As I said above, “nothing is straight forward simple”, and w/o lots of extra time to spare, 2 projects already going, you bought yourself no extra headaches. Plus a. fun tractor ready to go and no absconding with the wife’s garage spot. I’m thinking you probably made the best decision, specially since that “wife situation” was bypassed. You done made lots of “wins” there Perkster, just don’t spoil it by bragging in front of your wife or you may be looking at something that she may be lusting after.
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