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Old 01-14-2019, 03:44 PM
 
Location: Forest bathing
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I almost went with the L2501 with a FEL. I was told by the dealer it is the top selling Kubota model in Texas.
That is what we have, a front end loader. I wanted the smaller B model that came with a backhoe attachment. Thankfully, we live in farm country so the dealer was only 20 miles away. Hubby is happy so I am happy. He even lets the daughter and I run it.
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Old Yesterday, 01:15 PM
 
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I've had a couple of the Ford Jubilees as well and had intended to keep both of them. However, they were just too pretty to hold onto and in both cases someone offered me too much cash for them.
It could happen but I tend to keep for the long haul...

Ford really put together a nice package with the NAA model.
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Old Yesterday, 01:20 PM
 
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That is what we have, a front end loader. I wanted the smaller B model that came with a backhoe attachment. Thankfully, we live in farm country so the dealer was only 20 miles away. Hubby is happy so I am happy. He even lets the daughter and I run it.
My brother needed a tractor for his small 65 acre Christmas Tree Farm... something a little more useful than his 1948 Farmall Cub.

He heard me rave about the BX23 and wanted one.

I pointed out for his use he should really be looking at an L.

He resisted at first and had decided on a B

There was a wait for the B and the Dealer had a harvest return L3800 with 111 hours and warranty... brother said it was too big but I did talk him into it.

Many times he has thanked me for talking him into the L... it has been the perfect tractor and never knew how he got along without one...

The L2501 is a specialty tractor in that if falls right under the threshold for more complex emission requirements which makes them very popular.
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Old Yesterday, 01:57 PM
 
Location: Gray Court, SC
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Ford really put together a nice package with the NAA model.
While my blood runs IH red, I have to agree with you on that. Never cared for the Ns, but the NAA and up, sure!
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Old Today, 09:12 AM
 
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The little Farmall Cub is always a crowd pleaser... from the one pull on the crank to start.

And I do like the red with white letters...
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Old Today, 11:20 AM
 
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It could happen but I tend to keep for the long haul...

Ford really put together a nice package with the NAA model.
Yes. I think we all finally get to that point in life that money is not as important as we once thought it was. I have regretted selling my best Jubilees every time I think about it.

I had sort of hoped my last tractor on this old world be a good running Ford Jubilee since it will do just about anything I really need to do around this place but I guess the Kubota will now be the tractor in my will.
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