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Tractor news: Kubota launches HST and manual machines

Kubota UK has launched the L1361 Compact Utility Tractor, featuring a 36.6hp three cylinder Kubota D1803-M-E2 engine, manual or three-range hydrostatic transmission and a 38 litre capacity fuel tank for extended periods of use.

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Tractor news: Kubota launches HST and manual machines

The new L1361 also offers four-wheel drive and live, continuous-running rear PTO on the HST model. It is designed for use with a variety of implements with its rear three-point hitch.

 

It can be fitted with the new Kubota LA525 front loader with a curved boom design, for a range of materials handling tasks.


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The bevel gear front axle has been designed to deliver an extremely tight turning radius, with full power transfer to the wheels at every steering angle, enabling greater traction on all types of terrain.

 

Attention has also been paid to ergonomics, says Kubota, with a spacious operator deck and one piece slanted front bonnet for a greater field of vision during front loader operations to ensure maximum safety.

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