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botayota
Join Date: May 2008
Posts: 4 New England
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2008-05-03          153418


I've done the WebQuote and come up with $35,448
L3240HST 4wd folding ropes
FEL LA724
SkidSteer QA
HD 72" Round Bucket L2296
BH90 12" Bucket
Rear work light
Midpto
3rear 1front remotes
Ballast box
SunCanopy

Looking for what others are getting from their dealers for
similar tractor?

Thanks,
BY



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skipperbrown
Join Date: Mar 2005
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2008-09-04          156485


I was just quoted $20,200 for 3240 hst 4x4 w/ heavier loader (forgot the number) and bucket for $20,200 b/f the rebate in NW FL. ....

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thespaugh
Join Date: Jul 2008
Posts: 10 Stanwood, WA
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2008-09-13          156624


Here's the quotes I got in SW Washington for 2 New Machines:

L3240DT-F w/ La724 Loader skid steer quick attach,72"bucket,R4 industrial tires. $17,900

Same with HST = $19,150.00

(Dan's Tractor - 1-877-687-3001)

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dannw1431
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2009-01-21          159681


Hi, I just bought the same setup in NH for $22.9K

Kubota L3240 with HST Plus, LA724 FEL, skid steer quick coupler, 72" bucket, industrial R4 tires filled, and foldable ROPS.

I shopped around at three dealers and all were just about the same. So I bought it at the one I trusted the most

I took it for a test drive and moved a big pile of snow, but am wondering how the FEL works with a full load of dirt in it?

It looks like if it's fully loaded it could take weight off the rear tires and make it tricky to drive around. But this is just me kicking around a few thoughts

Have you any experience with the FEL fully loaded with dirt or other stuff and driving it around? Your comments are welcome. In the mean time, it's suppose to be delivered to my home on Friday.

I won't really be testing the machine out untill the snow melts here


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2009-01-21          159684


Dannw1431,

As with any tractor, always carry a heavy bucket-load with the bucket as close to the ground as possible.....just high enough to avoid obstructions. This keeps the center of gravity low, aiding in the prevention of rollovers.

Travel slow....ALWAYS wear your seatbelt, and lock the roll-bar in the up position.

Hanging some weight on the 3-point hitch will add a tremendous amount of traction to the rear wheels, and it will also take a lot of weight off of the smaller front axle.

Many years ago, as a kid on the farm, I lifted a heavy load of sand with an old Minneapolis U. While raising the load to dump it into a truck, the front axle snapped in half, right at the pivot point.

The front of the tractor dropped about 14 inches in the blink of an eye, and it sent me flying out of my seat and up onto the hood of the tractor. The only thing that stopped me from going completely over the hood was the scorching hot exhaust pipe, which I managed to get a good grip on.......for a second.

If the load seems too heavy for the tractor, make more trips, hauling a smaller amount of material with each load.

Just some friendly advice.

Joel ....

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2009-01-21          159687


Hi Joel, thanks for your feedback. Seems like common sense can go a long way with tractors and with life

/Dann ....

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