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Can you pull equipment with that Kubota 900? I was thinking about getting a tractor since mine broke, but a guy told me one of those 900's would do what I want to do. Disk a little , pull a mower and maybe push a blade or pull a trailer. Is this true?      Ken
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You better know that will RTV 900, will pull like a tractor !  I am sure that you remember the 8n ford that came out in 1950.
they had a flat head 4 cylinder gas motor. they were 2 wheel drive,   These RTV Kubota Diesel 4x4 will pull anything Those 8n did..

I have had folks get stuck with their cars or truck, and I pulled them out with my RTV 900 all he time. they weight near a ton and the one that I hunt off has solid rubber tires that puts my buggy at 2300 pounds, she will pull also has a Lock Back end. Keep it from spinning..

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Since I am on the verge of starting to get old{LOL} I was looking at something that would be comfortable during the hot days of summer and the cold days of winter and still  have the ability to keep my running places accessible. You know you need to disk food plots and cut a few bushes. Then you turn around and replant certain areas and etc. Keeping an enclosure doesn't just happen by accident like some guys think when they don't think you should charge for running in it. Also the expense of keeping the fence repaired.  
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O.K. looking at one with heat and air. Pretty nice ride, only concern is the tires getting flats in the rough stuff. Tell me about the solid tires. I know they are heavy and probably do not ride worth anything is this true and are there any other draw backs?
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I happen to have two, Kubota's my first was a RTV 900 and that one I put solid rubber tires on a few years ago, an I use it for rabbit hunting, these tires weigh 160 pounds each and so four of them will put a lots of weight on that machine, that 900 weighs 1700+ pounds with the tires that had air.  This 640 pounds makes it sluggish starting and Do Not Ride well at all!! Now that thing will go Anywhere !!  Folks said it would mess the Transmission up and I would have trouble with it!  My
intention at first was to Take them off, after Gun Season every year, but due this weight, I have left them on the RTV 900. So I found a RTV 1100 used and it has the Air, Heat, Radio, full cab, and I use this on cold days to go to my kennels, and they are real good  on Diesel fuel, I have Insurance on this one go to town, they have a special way folks can use these machines at Royston, Ga.  The police have never stopped, me here as I go to The feed and seed store get my Dog Feed etc. in this one. I use the old 900, to pull drag harrow or in the food plots, but I happen to have a few old tractors also.  I could not Still be in the business if I Did Not Have my Kubota's also have a green Mule that is a gas burner, I use it daily for trips down to the Kennels
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