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 10-11-2009, 15:46 Post: 166285
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just bought a good (I hope( used L2350DT with FEL and Backhoe with 1031 hrs. Any suggestions for parts, maintenance would be appreciated.Has this been a good model or has it been problematic for others? Till now I have used an old MF 85 and an older 8n - both fantastic. The bota seems SO compact and almost fragile next to them. Will parts avail. become a problem with Kubota? Would appreciate any thoughts others may have on any of the above. Thanks






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I have gotten good reliable service from my Kubota. Hopefully you have a Kubota dealer near you, they will have anything you need. Mine was even able to print me a new manual for me to give to the buyer who purchased it when I sold it. I replaced my faithful Kobota with a 45hp Kioti hydrostat. I am very pleased but again, having the dealer 3 miles down the road is a great comfort. Good luck with your new rig.






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 10-11-2009, 17:50 Post: 166288
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I can't speak from experience being I've never owned a Kubota but they will have parts for a long time, they have a large dealer network too. Being you had good results from your Massey and the old Ford that pretty well speaks of you as being a good caretaker of your machines. Any brand can and will break down but when it does you'll find parts.
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thanks for the response and the comments. any recommendations or observations on "weak points" or quirks on the L2350 you would advise me of? seems like a tuff little rig.






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Thanks Frank. Yup, how well machinery serves us is always dependent upon the care that we give them. The old 8N and the MF85 are still great and strong. The 8N will always have parts avail - the MF - another story I am sure. For now, anything you hook it to moves or breaks in half. A true 5 bottom plow tractor weighing in a approx 7tons with cast centers and chloride in the 15.5/38 rears. All 3 will probably outlast me.






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