We're going to have a short talk about one of the most decisive topics in the tractor community; twin touch pedals versus a treadle pedal.
Today, we're going to discuss about the Kubota L6060 tractor. This tractor is 60 engine horsepower, its a four cylinder turbocharged engine, it has 53 PTO horse power. It comes standard with four wheel drive, as well the hydro-static transmission. You can get this tractor with either an air conditioned heated cab or a fold down rollbar.
The Workmaster Series Tractor comes in three models, a 50, a 60 and 70 horsepower tractor. They're available in four-wheel drive, as you can see in this model, and a two-wheel drive model. They're all going to be an open station tractor. This is a great utility tractor. It's also a very economically priced tractor for what you get. You can equip it with a front end loader, like this one with be mounts on, or you can get it without that.
As you work through a tractor spec sheet you're going to notice a section on there that's going to have the category of the three-point hitch of a tractor. What that category is telling you is the size implements that are really made for the back of that machine.
I'm here today do a quick explanation for you today of the top five implements that are typically sold with the compact tractor. Tractors themselves are after all tool carriers and most or every tractor is sold with at least two or more implements. We're going to show you some of the most common ones that are typically sold with new machines.
We are working through a series of comparative videos between Kubota's different series tractors. We're up here in the upper end now between an MX and an M Series machine. This is one of the first places in this comparison series that you're going to start to see some very, very clear differences for a very, very different customer. Let's take a quick walk around these two tractors here and we could show you what makes an MX right for one person and an M series right for another.