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JD 2320

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fordman
Join Date: May 2006
Posts: 1 anniston, alabama
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2006-05-14          129362


OK, IT IS MAY WHERE IS IT? ALMOST TIRED OF WAITING SERIOUSLY LOOKING AT THE KUBOTA B7610

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JDFANATIC
Join Date: Jul 2004
Posts: 119 Southington, CT
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2006-05-16          129458


fordman,

For reasons we do not know, the 2320 has been pushed back to July 2006.

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JDFANATIC ....

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BCNU2320
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 2 Kentucky
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2006-06-25          131363


I was also waiting for the 2320 to come out and couldn't wait any longer. Went with a 2630 Kubota instead and have no regrets. A lot more standard features than the John deere has and better financing rates at the time, still may be. I hated not being able to deal with my John Deere dealer who I always buy from but the Kubota dealer treated me very well, I was very impressed with them. Good luck in your purchase! ....

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kirbygiampa
Join Date: Jul 2006
Posts: 11 barrington, il
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2006-07-07          131846


I am looking for a 2320, but just can't buy a tractor with out driving it first. Why did you pick the b2630 over the b7610. I thought the b7610 was a better matched and also priced the same. The 2630 is about $3k more and a little bigger. regards, Kirby ....

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BCNU2320
Join Date: Mar 2006
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2006-07-07          131854


I went for the B2630 for the features that it offered. Like independant pto, 3 range transmisson,telescpoing 3 point hitch end links, stronger hydraulics for 3 point and front end loader.I plan on keeping this tractor for a long time so I went ahead and spent a little more. Right now I believe they still have the $500.00 rebate on them so that brings the price down some more. The 2320 list for $12900. with R4's on Deeres website and the Kubota B2630 list for $15200.With the rebate this would be $1800. difference on the list prices. When I was first looking at tractors my John Deere dealer never could give me a price on the 2320, so I couldn't compare the prices between the two. Good luck in your tractor purchase! ....

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Join Date: Jun 2006
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2006-07-16          132242


I also considered the Kubota 2630/3030 but after visiting and speaking with 6 different dealerships, I decided on the Deere 3120, plenty in stock. Reason: Kubota pricing on their tractors were not attractive and they did not want to haggle. In the end, the 3120 with FEL cost me $17,633. The greater weight of the deere 3120 at 2900 vs 1786 for the Kubota 2630 gives me much more needed traction, and of course the greater size comes with a commensurate increase in performance. At this time, I have no regrets but since I could only buy one, I am unable to offer a drivers seat performance comparison evaluation. However, given the scope of the work that I have done with the 3120, I am convinced that had I gone with the smaller and lighter Kubotas (at similar pricing), I would not have been happy. ....

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