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 01-05-2002, 14:54 Post: 34296
cory dube
2002-01-05 14:54:37
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 used kubota info needed

Hi my name is Cory Dube and I am hoping you might be able to provide me with some info about a used Kubota that was my grandfathers. He passed away a couple of months ago and my grandma has asked me to sell it for her, except I know nothing about tractors. Any info you could give me about the machine would be greatly appreciated. According to the information I have, it is a 1990 Kubota R410 with a loader bucket, set of forks, and a 2-way angle snow blade. It also has an excavator attachment with a digging bucket, clean- up bucket, and 10" ditching bucket. It has a removable top and a custom built tandem trailer. Thankyou for any and all help. please reply to ve7ube@hotmail.com.






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 01-06-2002, 06:41 Post: 34318
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 used kubota info needed

The thread above about Blue Book values isn't bad. Sometimes paying for an appraisal is a good idea. An appraiser can value things for local market areas. A few dealers might take equipment on consignment. The dealer will establish what he thinks it will sell for and put it on the lot. They take a percentage of the sale--often an unacceptably high percentage.






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