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    110 tlb vs. l45

    I have found a 2007 110 tlb with 162 hrs. It has the front 3rd function and comes with 72" bucket,forks and 18" backhoe bucket for $35k. The Kubota is a 2013 with 75 hrs. It has a 4n1 bucket, 24" backhoe bucket with hydraulic thumb(this might be the deal maker) for $44.3k. Just wondering the goods and bass of both. I like the bigger rear tires of the Deere but I like the thumb and combination bucket of the Kubota. I'm not a Sally so the drive pedals are not a big concern.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnDeereYooper View Post
    I have found a 2007 110 tlb with 162 hrs. It has the front 3rd function and comes with 72" bucket,forks and 18" backhoe bucket for $35k. The Kubota is a 2013 with 75 hrs. It has a 4n1 bucket, 24" backhoe bucket with hydraulic thumb(this might be the deal maker) for $44.3k. Just wondering the goods and bass of both. I like the bigger rear tires of the Deere but I like the thumb and combination bucket of the Kubota. I'm not a Sally so the drive pedals are not a big concern.
    I have had a 2004 110 for about 2 years ; I dig graves with it and use it on my farm. It has 2300 hrs on it and turf tires. I am very satisfied with the tractor. Perfect for what i do. Wish they still made them i would have one. If i had get kubota i think abetter comparison would be l48 or a m59 . But i donot know much about l45.

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    The L45 and the 110 are both excellent choices. I have been very satisfied with my 110 and would buy another.
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    I like the larger tires and HST tranny on the 110TLB vs. the GST on the L45. I have about 20 hours in 110 plowing snow and digging stumps, never operated a L45 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    I like the larger tires and HST tranny on the 110TLB vs. the GST on the L45. I have about 20 hours in 110 plowing snow and digging stumps, never operated a L45 though.
    I believe you're thinking of the l39 being gst, I believe the l45 is hydro.
    I'd go with the 110 (though i'm a bit biased) as I like the lay out of the machine better and the tires.
    4in1 buckets are over rated (I have on on my 110) and you can get an awesome after market thumb for under 2k installed for the 110.

    Matt

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