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 10-04-2000, 17:15 Post: 20312
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I have a 1970 L-225 that just trashed the transmision according the dealer. They want 3900.00 to fix it or will give me 500.00 on a new trade. I would rather sell it than give it to them. Am I being stupid or is there a market for a fine running old tractor without a transmision?






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 10-04-2000, 20:17 Post: 20316
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http://www.adeptr.com/Ca.htm Here is a link to some California tractor junkyards plus, if you back-up into the site, some other states such as NY.I'd look around on the internet, maybe some Yahoo tractor club http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/greymarkettractorclub for parts






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 10-04-2000, 20:25 Post: 20318
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Web link doesn't work because i tried to put 2 links into the "Link URL" Heres the junkyard list in the link;you can cut & paste the other http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/greymarkettractorclub






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 10-04-2000, 20:32 Post: 20320
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Obviously, I'm doing this the hard way! Here is Kubota owners group site re parts http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/kubotaownersgroupkog






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I'd ask around. Maybe even advertise. I'd rather see a good old tractor go to a young guy with more time than money.... And can sure remember the time when I would have jumped at the chance to pick up a tractor that only needed some transmission work.






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 10-07-2000, 13:37 Post: 20397
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I would get a second opinion on the repair work, as well. I cannot ever remember a $3900.00 Kubota repair bill coming out of our shop, and we have been Kubota dealers a long time. I would find out exactly what the dealer is planning to do and ask to see the parts that they are going to replace. I hate to second-guess fellow dealers, but it wouldn't hurt to check. Some of the slower moving parts for the older L-series models tend to be pricier than others. If you have part numbers, let me know and I will give you the list prices on the parts to make sure that they are not jacking the prices up way above list.






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