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    MX5200HST, Implements & Trailer

    What price should I list this for? I have a MX5200HST I purchases new in 2015. It has 650 hours. Some of the specifics is as follows: round back heavy duty bucket with cutting edge, Pallet forks (48" 4200lbs), Line X floor, 6 foot medium duty Tennessee River implement bush hog and a 6 foot...
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    MX5400 first regen

    Man that is some nasty looking fluid. At 400 hours the fluid out of my MX 5200 looked almost new.
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    MX5400 first regen

    My MX 5200 regens about every 20 hours no matter how I use it. I feel as if it is programed to do that.
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    KTAC vs Erie Tractor Insurance

    Sorry That was $321 per year. I fixed it.
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    KTAC vs Erie Tractor Insurance

    Here is what I have found: Erie Insurance on the homeowners police $110 a year. Does not cover as much as KTAC. KTAC $670 a year. $15.31 per $1000 value of loader & $22.50 per $1000 value of tractor. Underwritten by Ohio Indemnity Company. Now the new stuff: CNH Physical damage...
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    KTAC vs Erie Tractor Insurance

    With my last payment on the tractor coming up soon I was looking at continuing insurance coverage. I was comparing KTAC and Erie insurance for tractor coverage. My 2016 Kubota MX5200HST is valued at $29,650 according to KTAC. The KTAC policy will cost $670 per year and the Erie policy is $110...
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    Operator Deck Mat v Linex

    I used masking tape to get the clean edges. I pulled it off before it was completely dry. My boots were marking up the fenders of I put the herculiner on it also.
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    Operator Deck Mat v Linex

    Try the Herculiner. A quart from Lowes will do it. I think it is about $25 a quart of $55 a gallon. Line-X wanted $350 if I brought my panels in to them. The photo was at 50 hours. I have 600 hours on it now and it looks the same. Our dirt here is mostly sand so it eats everything up...
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    L4701 or MX5200 - Stuck on Decision

    Same here! I went with the MX 5200 HST 4x4 It felt more stable on uneven ground. I use the implements from my Ford 640 without issue. I just had to get the Cat 1 to Cat 2 sleeves for the implements. I do trailer mine once or twice a year so I got a bigger trailer as I had a 7000 pound...
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    M series floor mat/coating

    Search for Herculiner floor protection on here should be some photos on my post. With 480 hours in nothing but sand the herculiner is still holding up great.
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    Trailer Length/Capacity MX5200

    I have the same tractor as you. I has a 18 foot trailer but it was too small. You will need a 22 foot minimum trailer. 24 foot will be better for placement of the tractor on the trailer to distribute the weight to where it needs to be. You will also need one with two 7000 lb axles for a...
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    My Local Dealer Is A Challenge

    Sounds to me as if the dealership has a bunch of employees that don't care. They are probably there for just the paycheck or all they can milk the company out of before they move on. Typical workers for today's culture.
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    Dual axle trailer brakes question. Do I need trailer brakes?

    Put the brakes on the trailer. Get a controller off ebay at a later date. It does not have to be a fancy one. You will not be sorry. I travel the hills of KY with my tractor and the brakes make a great difference.
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    2016 MX5200 Dual Fuel Filters?

    I think that is for the fuel filter assembly (housing and all the junk that makes up the mounting plate and stuff like that). I think the fuel filter is about $20. Check colemans or get one at the parts store. If it cost that much mine will get an aftermarket filter when I get to 400 hrs.
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    Is This A Legal Discussion Here?

    Boy....that is a tough one. The best thing is to go to the dealership of all tractors you are interested in and test drive them. The biggest decision is if you need manual or hydrostatic. Loader work and lots of direction change you might consider hydro. Field work, plowing or mowing...