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Hey Kubota Pete......

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Posted by Woodbeef on March 29, 2002 at 07:12:19 from (206.186.52.3):

A few larger size Kubota questions,sir.

I've looked at them for haying myself. I think that if they offered the 100 series in a say 80 or so hp 4 cyl tractor it would sell(could be the M100)Especially with the powershift!!

Can you easily order a Kubota built to your specs?Or must you settle for what's around,and field installed extras?

Why do they not offer the same trannies,axles etc. across a range(as in the differences with in the 80 series)?

Any idea as to why they went to a 5 banger?

Any ideas as to the US and Canadian real world sales of the M110 and M120? The only ones I've seen that are not on the dealers lots are being used for snow blowers. They seem to be good looking tractors,but are farmers taking them seriously?

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