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"Tractor runs out great. I do a lot of grading, digging, and loading with it. It hasn't let Me down yet"
"Although amateurs, we were able to perform the 50 hour service ourselves. We needed help on determining whether we had put back enough transmission oil since the gauge is difficult to use. That's what sent us to TBN."
"This is a great tractor for its size, but I would recommend because of Jerky 3pt Hitch. Kubota seems not too interested in fixing. Don't buy until you check out hitch with implement hooked up to see action. This will kill the sale."
"Front tires are to skinny. I need about 30% more lifting capacity. Don't like where the joy stick is located. Wish I had taller tires."
"I purchased my Kubota in June 2011 and have been extremely happy with it. I use it to spread gravel at my RV park and many other hauling projects. It has plenty of power to do about anything I would need at my park. I could really use the backhoe attachment but I thought that the $7,500 additional price would pay for renting one when I need one. I highly recommend this 37 hp tractor. It's very well made and made here in Georgia."
"I've had my Kubota a little over a year, having bought it for the 5 acres we had our retirement house built on. To date it has been invaluable and I couldn't have accomplished some of the tasks (300' of French drains, grading) I have used it for. The only time it fell short was when I tried to pick up a boulder that was likely beyond it's capacity anyway. The backhoe has been a great help in locating sewer lines, gutter drains and footing drains (yep, broke them all!). It greatly eased the repair as well. The only issues I have encountered are peeling of the nameplate (cheesy and annoying) and on occasion, the backhoe will not respond to a control input to swing right (but after moving it with my foot a little bit it works okay. This is my first tractor, so I don't have a benchmark to compare it to, but I love it. Well built, starts and runs well, no leaks, good power, good documentation. "
"Hate the no seat suspension, don't like the dealer added control for front remote. Wish I had more rear remote. Cruise slips down over time and bumps, but all in all she's a tough lil girl that gets it done. Sometimes wish I had gotten the 4400, others I wish I had a B3200; so I guess it's sized right, unless I could afford 2."
"I have really enjoyed my L3700SU. I wanted a good amount of horsepower in a small package, so I could use it in my woods with little problems. It does not have very many bells and whistles, but there are other models for those options. I have a 4-in-1 bucket on it, which makes it very versatile. I do use the tractor quite extensively in the woods for removing brush and thinning out trees. I normally push the trees over, so I can remove the root ball. On medium sized trees, I usually have to do a little digging with the bucket, but I eventually win. My only complaint is the low amount of paint on the fenders and foot boards, but that is minor. This tractor gets used (some may even say abused) and it always impresses me."
"This has been a great tractor. It already has 500 hours and counting and no major issues! This tractor is worked very hard everyday and keeps on going. It grades up to 3 yards a day with a 5ft. boxblade and loader. I wish I upgraded to a quick release bucket to be able to use many more attachments. I am a Kubota man from here on out and even bought their zero turn mower (which is great also!). I will be upgrading soon to a 43hp so I can have greater lift capacity but would recommend the 3700 to anyone looking for a compact with endless possibilities!"
"My first chore with my new Kubota was plowing snow from my 1/4 mile long drive. The difference in power and quickness in cleaning the lane wasn't even close to my old B1700. Now that grass mowing season is here, I hooked up my old Roto-speed 7' rotory mower and the difference in mowing performance to mowing with my 1943 Farmall H wasn't even the same ball game. Needless to say, I'm very pleased with my new L3700SU with the HST. It's a real workhorse and time saver. I'm finding jobs to do I wouldn't have considered with my B1700. Clearing overgrown fence row is a snap."