The Kubota B7500 compact utility tractor is equally suited to people who either have large gardens or small farms. As is almost always the case, the B7500’s engine has been designed and built in house by Kubota themselves. It’s the Kubota D1005-E-D16 diesel engine. The engine is liquid cooled by a cooling system that needs 3.8 liters of coolant to fully fill it and keep it operating optimally. It uses a dual paper element air filter on the air intake. In total, the engine has a power output of 21 horsepower. The oil pan has a capacity of 3 liters.
You had 2 different gearing options when you were purchasing the Kubota B7500 brand new. The first gives this compact utility tractor 6 forward gears and 2 gears when reversing. Or you could choose a hydrostatic transmission that has 2 ranges giving the tractor infinite speeds going forward and in reverse in Hi-gear and in Low-gear. The tractor is very modern and so obviously comes with power steering. It also comes with a collapsible roll bar (ROPS) to prevent the tractor from completely rolling over and potentially crushing the driver. Being collapsible also means that it’s very easy to store this vehicle in low ceiling sheds.
The fuel tank on the Kubota B7500 has a 18.9 liter (5 US gallons) fuel tank and a category 1, 3 point hitch. The 3 point hitch on this tractor has a max rear lifting capacity of 615 kg (1356 lbs). The tractor measures 2.29 m (90.4 inches) long and is 1.07 m (42.4 inches) at it’s widest point, although this will increase a lot if you are using a large mowing deck with it. The tractor sits on a 4×2 2WD chassis which gives it a minimum turning radius of 2 m (6.6 feet). Thanks to the B7500’s hitch, it is compatible with a huge range of attachments making it very versatile around either the farm or your garden.
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