The Kubota L35 tractor had a fairly reasonable production run of 5 years from 1999 until work on this model stopped in 2004. It is powered by a 3 cylinder engine that was produced by the guys at Kubota. It’s a diesel engine with a displacement of 1.6 liters. This engines gives the tractor a maximum power output of 35 hp. The engine sits in the L35’s 4×4 MFWD 4WD chassis.
Power on the Kubota L35 is directed to the wheels of the tractor via transmission box that gives it 8 gears for when it’s traveling forwards and 4 gears for when it’s traveling in reverse. As this tractor comes with a front loader and backhoe, many see it as a very good industrial/commercial tractor to have on a construction site. One of the major drawbacks to this machine though is that it is not actually that big (35 hp only!), so it’s not particularly strong with heavy loads. The Kubota L35 has a loader capacity of just 750 kg (1653 lbs). However actually using the loader is very easy, you just need to use the joystick. It only needs one joystick to dump and lift the bucket back up as well as raise and lower the boom.
The backhoe is also reasonably easy to use. It has a maximum dig depth of 2.82 m (9.2 feet). It uses a quick attach mounting system that connects to it’s category 1, 3 point hitch. This means that the Kubota L35 can also accommodate a massive range of other optional attachments. The max rear lifting capacity of the 3 point hitch comes in at 1050 kg (2315 lbs). It uses a 4 column ROPS (roll cage) to protect the operator in the case of Kubota L35 tractor tipping or rolling over. It also has extra protection through a falling object protection system (FOPS).
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