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 04-20-2003, 19:06 Post: 53451
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I AM LOOKING AT BUYING A B7500. I WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO USE THE TRACTOR FOR MOVING AND SPREADING DIRT. I HAVE MOSTLY SAND TO MOVE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THE B7500'S LOADER IS BIG ENOUGH AND WILL THE TRACTOR HAVE ENOUGH POWER FOR THE LOADER AND A BOX SCRAPPER. EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST. JERRY






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 04-20-2003, 22:32 Post: 53461
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NO PROBLEM ! Plenty of umpf !

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 04-20-2003, 22:34 Post: 53462
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"Big enough" is a function of your pocketbook and your patience. The 7500 FEL will hold between 5 and 6 cubic feet and it has enough power to lift that volume of wet soil and more.

It also has plenty of power, and more importantly the gearing, to handle a box scraper at least as wide as the tractor (48 inches).

Tractors of this class will do most any job, they are just a bit slower than the next size up. This is especially true when it comes to running a mower or a brush cutter.






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 04-21-2003, 08:17 Post: 53474
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THANKS FOR THE INFO. I AM GOING SHOPPING THIS MORNING. I AM NOT REAL SURE ABOUT THE TIRES. R4 VS. AG? I WAS LEANING TOWARD THE AGS TO GET MORE TRACTION FILLING THE FEL. THANKS AGAIN FOR ANY INFO.






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 04-21-2003, 08:51 Post: 53476
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Tires choices are dictated by your soil conditions and geography,.... for example, I live on a high desert sand dune and R-1's are the worst possible tires for me.

Ask locally, and when in doubt, get industrial's.






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 04-21-2003, 10:25 Post: 53486
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Hello fellow Texan. As for tire choice what are you going to mow with your new tractor? If pasture rough cut and a lot of dirt work I would go ag tires. If any kind of lawn or finish mowing where you don't want to tear up the lawn go R4. The R4's are real popular now and a cross between ags and turfs, they give you some traction and don't tear up the lawn too bad. I'm looking at a 7500 also, haven't bought it yet but down to the wire. I am still considering the 2710. Let me know how your shopping/buying adventure goes.






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 04-21-2003, 11:02 Post: 53490
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THANKS AGAIN. I WILL NOT BE MOWING. I HAVE A DIXIE CHOPPER TO MOW WITH. I WILL MOSTLY MOVE AND SPREAD DIRT.






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THE SHOPPING TRIP WAS OK. I GOT A QUOTE OF $12,100 FOR A B7500 HST WITH R4 TIRES AND FEL. I WILL PROBABLY DECIDE IN THE NEXT DAY OR TWO.






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That's a pretty good price, I got 12490 quoted for the same thing. Be sure to ask your dealer about a farm/ag exemption for the sales tax. One of the dealers I went to mentioned it but I haven't talked to him more about it. Oh and sorry read your post too fast, misread moving for mowing : )






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bobobro, I bought the B7500 today. I pick it up on thursday. I got the B7500 with FEL, brush guard, R4's, and foldable ROPS for $12,150. Hope you can deal with your dealer.






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