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 01-14-1999, 00:00 Post: 819
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 Kubota B2100

Am thinking of buying a Kubota B2100 but the loader looks kind of flimsy on it compared to the JD4100 and the JD410 loader. Has anyone had experience with this model and loader.






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 HOW do you use steering brakes with a hydro drive???

How about a tractor w/ a heavy rear load?

How about dragging backwards w/ the loader and front off the ground?

How about wanting to "turn on a dime"? 90 degree turn?

How about losing traction w/ one wheel and not wanting to engage the diff lock because with both wheels spinning will result in lose of control?

How about backing a wagon and need a quick turn?

How about end of the row turns?

How many Kubota's have bi-speed? very few. How many NH's have supersteer? very few. Both have bad hydro/brake control placement. I'm sorry, they do.

Why does a hydro need a clutch? It does not. JD's hydro makes sense. No clutch and brakes on the correct side.






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Look at how the JD410 loader bucket is attached. At the back towards the bottom there are two pins that the bucket is held onto by two lynch pins. When smoothing and leveling with the bucket it is dragged backwards with the heal of the bucket doing the smoothing/leveling. The entire load is pulling on these two little lynch pins. While the bucket may go on and off quickly it does not look very strong to me.






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I just got my 4100 w/ loader on tuesday. So far, I have onlyhad snow to push. I love it! I personally think that there is a heck of a lot of steel in the loader. The mounting is prettyingenious too! I can tell by looking at it that there was a lotof engineering put into it. The bucket is held by two pins, but,most of the force the bucket will see is going foward.






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The loader capacity for the JD4100 and the Kubota B2100 are nearly identical. (JD 665lbs, Kubota 660lbs) Both tractors offer some very nice full size features in a compact package. I looked hard at both, but decided the B2100 was the best for my applications.






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