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 05-26-2005, 10:01 Post: 111560
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It looks like I have to go with a Kubota -

Reasons -

1. Product satisfaction (non problematic)
2. Dealer network
3. Parts availability
4. Re-sale price point
5. Product stability (how long will they be around vs. Kioti)

I really love the Kioti's but am worried about the company stability, parts availibity, and re-sale value.

I have decided on a B7510HSD and am getting opinions on what the RETAIL price is vs. a GOOD price vs. a GREAT price. I live in VT and am looking for a close out of state dealer (want to avoid astronomical slaes tax) in NH or NY any ideas...??? Thanks...






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 05-27-2005, 09:15 Post: 111588
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Most all out of state dealers leave the local sales taxes up to the individual to deal with in his area. Most dealers are willing to do all that they can to sell equipment as long as they are not asked to do something that is illegal and then there are those that might do that to unfortunately.






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 05-27-2005, 09:47 Post: 111590
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Keep in mind: If you use Kubota Credit or any sort of financing where the equipment is considered collateral, the lien holder will file notice of the lien with the courts in the county of your residence.

This, in effect, tells the local government that you made a major purchase and avoided the local tax structure. You take the chance that they may come after you later with interest and penalties.

If you pay cash, or use a credit card or take out a personal loan you can avoid the whole lien filing process.






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 05-27-2005, 09:59 Post: 111593
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Paying cash and after much debate and pouring through spec sheets and blah, blah, blah...

It looks like I'll be purchasing a JD 4210 with FEL pound for pound dollar for dollar I think this is my best bet - re-sale and trade up is superb with JD as I'm sure you all know...

Thanks for the tax tips...






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 05-27-2005, 10:10 Post: 111594
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What? It sounded like you didn't want to be part of the Yuppie crowd!!
Just messin with ya.
You can't go wring with JD equipment. The price may be a little high in some parts of the country but overall they are pretty comparable with Kubota and New Holland.






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 05-27-2005, 10:30 Post: 111597
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Thanks - : )






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 05-27-2005, 13:50 Post: 111603
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Why the change?






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 05-27-2005, 18:13 Post: 111612
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Well in order to get close to what I wanted in HP it meant going up to the 7610 and for a bit more $$$ I can jump to 28HP in the Deere 4210 - (I will be pushing, blowing, scooping a lot of snow and felt the more HP the better) also, Re-sale in the NE anyway - and biggest reason wife likes the color scheme better - (just kiddin')






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 05-31-2005, 18:30 Post: 111771
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SNAFU - is all I got to say JD, Kubota, JD, Kubota, Kubota, JD aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

To many choices -

Anyway, can't find a new 4210 or 4310 anywhere, anyhow -

So I'm back to the Kubota B2630 and this looks like the final scene in the long drama called - "Orange or Green"






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