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What are the specifications of a Kubota tractor?

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Kubota produces a variety of tractor models that each have different specifications, including the BX, L and M series. The tractor models differ by the type of applications that they are designed for. Some are suited for gardening, while others are ideal for construction.

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What are the specifications of a Kubota tractor?
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The BX series tractors are the most versatile of the three models, but they also have the smallest horsepower range at 18 to 25.5. The BX1870-1 model in particular has a compact body, measuring 92.1 inches in length. The tractor runs on a three-cylinder engine built exclusively for the BX-Series, and it offers enough horsepower for gardening and mowing jobs.

The L series tractors have a 24.8 to 62.0 horsepower range that is ideal for estate maintenance chores and small farming. The L2501 model has a large 10-gallon fuel tank, and its engine meets EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations. The tractor has an overall length of 106.3 to 110.6 inches, depending on customization, and a rated speed of 2200 rpm.

The M series tractors are the most powerful with a 46.0 to 135.0 horsepower range, making them perfect for livestock operations and grounds maintenance. The M100GX model has a displacement of 230 cubic inches and an eight-speed powershift transmission. It has a compact four-cylinder turbocharged Common Rail System diesel engine with exhaust gas recirculation and a diesel particulate filter muffler. The engine provides maximum torque at low rpms for quick and efficient work.

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