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 09-18-2007, 10:04 Post: 145826
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Why isn't there anything being said about the 35th anniversary RTV900? Maybe it's a farce!






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 09-18-2007, 12:36 Post: 145831
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Mike it was a limited run and they are being built right now. They all were presold unless a dealer ordered some extra's but they aren't to many that did it.

If I had half a notion I could ever begin to justify one I'd have orderd one as they are the looking of all of them!






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 09-18-2007, 13:53 Post: 145834
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Art, what does this 35th anniversary pertain to? I know Kubota hasn't been making the RTV for 35 years.






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 09-19-2007, 10:33 Post: 145862
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I have a downpayment on one. The interesting thing is the dealer said that the two year zero percent financing may not apply since it runs out at the end of Sept.. Delivery date on the Anniv. RTV900 is in October. That to me is a rip off.. I have been approved. I have a sales receipt. The dealer claims he needs a serial #.. BS....






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 09-19-2007, 10:37 Post: 145863
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Thanks Art... So you think it's worth waiting for? Good to hear.






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 09-19-2007, 10:40 Post: 145864
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Art... Another interesting thing.. I have emailed directly to Kubota concerning the Sept. offer ending zero percent financing and the fact that my dealer said it may not work becaseu delivery date is Oct. They have not returned email on either occasion... Neither has my delaer sales mangr. nor the dealers owner.






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 09-19-2007, 11:50 Post: 145869
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"They have not returned email on either occasion... Neither has my delaer sales mangr. nor the dealers owner."

Maybe you should have bought from the dealer in Waterville, NY. Wink yeah right

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 09-19-2007, 13:16 Post: 145875
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Mike, the cutter depends on several things, how fast do you want to cut, how much debris other than roots are there, and how much $$$ do you want to spend.

In basic terms, a rotary or bush hog will be faster and cheaper, but will leave windrows of cut material, and will tend to fire rocks and such around, and may be harder on the tractor and operator.

A flail mower will cut the material finer, and leave it spread out better, and will not be so likely to fire rocks around, but will be slower cutting, especially if you find some old binder twine or wire, it tends to wrap itself around the drive bar.

If it was me, I'd go with the rotary, if there are any roots up so far the mower clips them, the JD hoe will make short work of them later, and they won't be a problem again.

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 09-19-2007, 14:12 Post: 145880
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Thanks Murf






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 09-19-2007, 14:36 Post: 145882
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Yes Mike, your 310 will make short work of pesty roots.

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