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Kubota L275 with implements - good price?

2011-07-24 00:00:00 179518  dmeyer34

I'm looking at a Kubota L275 w 672 hours in very good condition. Along with the tractor are tire chains, a 5' snow blower, loader, 5' roto-tiller, and a 5' box blade. Asking price $13,050. Being new to tractor purchases, is this a fair price? My primary application will be clearing a lot of snow from an 800 ft uphill driveway - other thoughts?
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Kubota L275 with implements - good price?
2011-07-24 00:00:00 179520  auerbach

I'd guess it's worth between 6 as is and 7 with a good warranty, and the attachments another 6. But that model can be a 2WD version, and you don't want to consider it unless it's the 4WD one. ....
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Kubota L275 with implements - good price?
2011-07-25 00:00:00 179522  dmeyer34

It is 4WD. Private seller and so no warranty. I'll probably look at newer stuff from a dealer that offer a warranty. ....
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Kubota L275 with implements - good price?
2011-07-25 00:00:00 179523  hardwood

If you have a use for the other attachments besides the loader and the snow blower I think I'd have a hard time letting that deal slip past. The loader is the most expensive of the attachmnets and I'll guarantee you will soon find the others usefull. You won't believe how much you will use a box blade and if you ar a gaener or if you will do any landscaping a tiller is a neat machine.
A tractor that appears to have had reasonably good care with 6-700 hours is barely broken in. Most anything major that could happen covered by a warranty would have already happened before 600 hours.
I may be wrong, but just my opinon.
Frank. ....
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