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 01-31-1999, 00:00 Post: 972
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 Kuboto, B2710

I am interested in purchasing a Kuboto, Model # B2710, however, I'm concerned about having adequate leg room when operating this tractor, since I am 6'2" tall. If anyone has any information as to how far back the seat goes to accomodate tall people, I would appreciate hearing from you. Thank you, Jim from Illinois.






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 01-31-1999, 00:00 Post: 973
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 Kuboto, B2710

Jim,The B and Grand L series tractors place the operator in a seated position that puts foot to knee angle close to 90 % this is no sports car where long legs and steering wheel are an issue, the floor is also Flat so moving your legs around is no problem. Unless you have an extremely long legs for your 6' 2" height or weigh over 275 lbs you should have absolutely no problem.






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 01-31-1999, 00:00 Post: 974
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 Kuboto, B2710

Thank you Dennis for your valuable information. We plan on purchasing a Kubota tractor B2710 which hopefully will be available in late February or early March.






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 02-01-1999, 00:00 Post: 977
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 Kuboto, B2710

I am also 6'2" and have a B2400. In my opinion the hydro pedal placement requires my knee to be bent too much (less than 90 degrees) and I find that after 1-1.5 hours my knee becomes very stiff and the first few steps are a little painful. The "cruise control" isn't that helpful because of the speed changes required to accomodate trimming. Perhaps it's the fault of my knees or old age creeping up...






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I am 6'3" and just got a L3010 I don't have any trouble with the leg room. I have size 13 feet and wear boots and it took me a little while to get use to the Hydro pedal but once I figured it out it is great.I would have waited for the 2710 but the 1500 savings and the time to ship (at least 3 months if on the waiting list) made me move up to a little more power. I am very happy with it so far.






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