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 01-31-2005, 21:05 Post: 105338
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Does anyone have a photo of a G6200 they could send me or send me a link to one. I found one to buy and wanted to have an idea what i was going to look at. Also what year were they manufactured? He is asking $650 for it, says it runs good but needs some welding on the deck.. Thanks in advance . Hammy






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 02-01-2005, 22:35 Post: 105387
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Quite a little tractor and it sounds like a good deal for what you are getting! They had hydro shaft drive with a manual lift and no power steering. They were quite boxy looking compared to todays but they were quite stylish in there day. Units were well built with a three cylinder diesel engine. There were other accessories available also like a snow blower and bagging systems. It would be interesting to know why the deck needs welding with the low hours. Normal use is abot 50 hours a year and even at that rate it should have not rotted out and it should have more hours on it for an average if you figure it could be near 20 years old. My wife loved it when I brought one home for her to use.






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 02-01-2005, 22:59 Post: 105392
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 02-02-2005, 08:22 Post: 105399
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DRanklin, thanks for the photo. i got a chance to take a glimse of the tractor last nifht and it is like the photo. it appears to be a little rough. looks like its been kept outside. i'll try to go by and look at it today and get a photo or two of it. see what else i can learn. Hammy






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 02-14-2005, 15:53 Post: 106082
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Regarding the cracked deck:
It's also very easy to crack a belly mower deck, at relatively low hours, if your property has numerous small diameter tree stumps cut off just a couple inches above ground level.
Speaking from experience...






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 07-30-2005, 18:37 Post: 114130
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I just bought a kubota G6200 HST Diesel, anyone have any thoughts about it, and what I should look to take care of soon. The tractor has 625 hours on it, any help would be great. Tks Wayne






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