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 09-28-2004, 09:52 Post: 97320
BobBryant
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 Price on a Kubota B7610 and Sales Tax Question

I have a Price on the following in South New Jersey:

B7610 HSD
Turf Tires
Foldable ROPS
RCK60 MMM
B2750 SnowBlower
LA352 Loader
Woods RB72 Grader Blade

1) All for $17975, how is this price for the above.

2) I am in PA and the dealer (only 25 miles from me) says I can go for the 0% financing with NO Sales tax. He says while the financing will place a PA lien on the tractor in the county where I live, they do not use it to check for Sales Tax? Thoughts experiences?







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 09-28-2004, 14:25 Post: 97338
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That does not sound bad, what dealer is that. I think you should be careful on the Tax issue old Gov McGreedy may try and get those dollars before he waddles out of office ;>). My understanding is if you finance it you will have lien filed in the county where you live. If you get caught you owe the tax plus a penalty!!!






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 09-29-2004, 14:27 Post: 97386
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 Price on a Kubota B7610 and Sales Tax Question

If I were you I would not limit myself to Kubota. The Deere 4115 is an awesome tractor and about the same price. Has position control, functional turning brakes, a neater loader attacment and joystick, as well as a better in my humble opinion forward reverse pedal layout.

Just my two cents, also I think you can safely finance without any worry.






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 09-30-2004, 08:33 Post: 97413
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I don't know why everyone that buys a Deere tractor here raves about the brake petals being on the other side. I had a retired farmer in here that never ran the older Deere tractors letter series after he bought the first hand clutch one. I didn't know how he felt about it until I tried to sell him a Farmall with the left hand brakes. He said that he didn't enjoy the old JD and neither did any of the hired help want to run it. He said it was different then everyone else was used to and proved to be that way. That was why he was in my yard. I listen to people talk about using the brakes to steer (like the big farmers do!?) unfortunatly they don't do that anymore nor have they for about 20 or thirty years, today they count on the manuverability of the tractor that is built into the tractor to turn especcially with a loader on. Brake steer is not what it used to be with the older tractors where it was nearly a nesseity and only done on two wheel drives. Some manufacturers just don't need to do it and it isn't an excepted practice at all with a four wheel drive tractor under normal day to day use! PERIOD!






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 09-30-2004, 08:44 Post: 97416
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Art,

I think that is a good point. The Kubota B series Tractors are so manuverable that it seems funny why anyone would want to turn a finely crafted machine into a skid steer.

Another thought Kubota does not even offer the "Bi speed steering" anymore, right? Does NH still pitch "super steer"?

Ditto on the Deere dual pedal side by side set up, every one can have their own personal preference, but I like the heal and toe Kubota, NH approach best. I have big feet and with the large work boots I wear the Deere layout is a little too precise. I also find it easier to back up on the Kubota with the completely flat deck and the heal reverse pedal.

In any case they are all great tractors and ergonomics is sort of a personal preference thing.






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 09-30-2004, 08:49 Post: 97417
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It's not the left location that makes them great, it's an improvement compared to the alternative. It's good that they can be operated comfortably without stepping over a treadle pedal, and also that the floorboard doesn't have clutter overload on the right side.






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 09-30-2004, 09:03 Post: 97419
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On the Kubotas the B series does not have a treadle pedal layout, it has a small pedal for forward and small pedal back close to the seat.

The Kubota BX has the Treadle pedal as do NH machines and I agree that those are a little more obtrusive to the deck. However all the Kubotas have a truly flat deck, whereas all the others have transmission bumps of some sort, so it all balances out in the end, to personal preference,and what features are compelling reasons to buy for each of us.






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 09-30-2004, 11:42 Post: 97427
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When I used my dad's old Massey Ferguson (2 wheel drive), you had to steer with the brakes because there was not enough weight up from to keep the front end down when plowing or pulling a large tree with a chain or moving snow with a rear blade. However when I got my first Kubota (a gear driven 4 wheel drive model without a loader), I tried to use the brakes to steer it and it was a completely different situtation than with the old Massey. It was too short of a wheel base to be able to do it correctly and it would jerk me around.
On my new 7800 I have never really found that I needed the brakes to steer. Lock it into 4 wheel drive and just use the steering wheel to steer you. And as far as making quick turns, the hydro accomplishes this just as fast and much safer. Just my $.02






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 09-30-2004, 14:47 Post: 97432
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Ken, why do you need the brakes on a hydro? I've driven them for over 30 years and never remembered needing a brake other then when shutting the tractor off to park.. I do prefer the flat deck vs the nearly flat deck with a few obstructions of the other manufacturers.






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 10-01-2004, 10:35 Post: 97470
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Dennis, sorry, I was referring to the treadle pedal on the L series.

Art, why do I need brakes with the hydro? Well, for one thing I feel a lot more comfortable going down a steep hill with one foot ready to brake. Do I NEED that one foot on the brake? Maybe not, but I feel a lot more comfortable having it available. Also, on the Deere you need to press the brake pedal to engage the parking brake and a more accessible pedal makes that easier too. I will admit to never having needed turning brakes but maybe I would want them sometime in 2WD. In any case the turning brake issue is sort of psychological - if a tractor was designed with split brakes then they should be usable for turning brakes. If not it's sort of like putting a speed limiter on a car, nobody likes em even if they always drive 55.






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