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Kubota svl 95-2

Discussion in 'Compact Track/Multi Terrain Loaders' started by southernman13, May 4, 2017.

  1. southernman13

    southernman13 Senior Member

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    Just looking for any updated info on these machines. We were thinking of getting a new one. They seem to be priced right for a new unit. Just don't want to buy something that's going to need to go back to dealer on a regular basis. I see a lot of them out. The field. Thanks
     
  2. DeereJohn

    DeereJohn Active Member

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    I am not sure about the -2, but on the original 75 & 95 hey had alot of trouble with the hydraulic pumps. A line would develop a crack, the pumps would suck air and destroy themselves.

    Aside from that, I have heard good things. One or two people complain the new ones are sensitive to fuel in the winter, like the new bobcats or doosans.
     
  3. southernman13

    southernman13 Senior Member

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    Tenfo. Thanks
     
  4. JS300

    JS300 Senior Member

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    They seem to be the machine most people in this area run. Could be because of dealer support. I hear lots of good things about them in fact only complaint I have heard is from people using them a mulching machines.
     
  5. stars&bars44

    stars&bars44 Well-Known Member

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    Great machine. I have one with just over 200 hours on it. No problems at all. I dont like the new track design, tears up the ground, but other than that, you cant go wrong.