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Buying Advice, Recommendations & Pricing Looking at starting or growing your Kubota equipment collection? Unsure if you have found a good deal or not?

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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #221
SidecarFlip

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Default Re: Tractor Purchase Not Working Out, Getting Stressed

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Originally Posted by edritchey View Post
Actually I think nobody gives a flying dog turd but hey that's just me.
+1 on that. Go whine on TBY.Net. They will let you for a while and then remove your negative comments.
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Old 1 Week Ago   #222
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Did our friend leave us? Perhaps he bought a Mahindra?
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Old 1 Week Ago   #223
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What is that?
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Old 1 Week Ago   #224
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I did see Messicks with a new video on using a broom for snow clearing. Was relevant to this thread.
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Make contact with other dealers a distance away perhaps even out of state- know what you want in the tractor plus a solid list of implements,,, be prepared to travel to purchase, do your deal the either you go get it or you have it shipped aggravation gone tractor is yours to use travel doesnt cost that much

where i live there are 2 dealers{stealer} neither does anything to deserve your business a 3rd dealer about 150 miles away will bend over to help and satisfy you he sells a good number of units out of his local area price is right and if necessary for service closer others are available there are many heavy duty mechanics everywhere they can repair a kubota as well i know that when i was searching for a mini excavator i chose the dealer in the distance Good luck
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