Kubota motorcycles for sale in North Carolina
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Pilot Mountain, North Carolina
2007 model, RTV 900 Worksite I purchased this new in 2007, it has been kept inside garage when not in use. Serviced regularly, no dents, cracks, or any other damage. Diesel, hydraulic dump, power steering, 4 wheel drive Has windshield turn signals, and roof added at purchase. Cash only, not interested in trades. It has 325 hours on it.
Greenville, North Carolina
A step up in power, comfort, convenience and style – with a rugged 24.8 horsepower Kubota D1105 three-cylinder diesel engine, exclusive Variable Hydro Transmission (VHT-X), blue-tinted halogen headlights and more.
Wake Forest, North Carolina
Category Utility Vehicles
Posted Over 1 Month
2006 Kubota RTV 900 DIESEL 4X4 LOW HOURS, FULLY SERVICED RECENTLY FLUIDS TIRES U JOINTS FILTER ETC WE HAVE A 2200 RECEIPT ON UNIT ALSO HAS DUMP BED AND HIGH AND LOW.This is not a small machine and it’s not suited for swamp crossings, racing around sand pits or jumping anything. It is not that kind of ATV. What it is suited for is work, and lots of it.Kobota offers the RTV900 in four configurations: General Purpose, Worksite, Turf and Recreational. Substantially, it’s the same design throughout; the key difference is the tires. Designed to suit the various applications, the tires range from a smooth turf type to heavily patterned off-road ATV tires. For an engine, Kubota offers its proven four-stroke diesel technology in the form of an 898cc three-cylinder diesel engine that is liquid cooled. In the RTV, this puts out up to 21 horsepower and buckets of torque. Getting that power to the ground is a VHT (variable hydro transmission). Unlike a belt drive this setup never freewheels. This also means that engine braking takes place till the moment the machine stops. In fact, this braking action is so effective you’ll hardly ever use the brakes, though it does have them. The RTV uses front and rear enclosed wet-type disc brakes. Being fully enclosed, they are not affected by water or debris and their performance is consistent.The transmission is three-forward speeds, neutral and reverse all accessible from the dash mounted shift lever. The forward speeds (Lo-Medium-Hi) can be selected according to speed requirements or torque. As with most diesels the torque is down low in the powerband and the gear selection just amplifies it.Certainly not a speed demon, (top speed is about 40 kmh) the RTV nevertheless is outfitted with safety features such as retractable seatbelts. I found these most effective at keeping me from sliding out the side of the vehicle. The reason for this is that the RTV can easily cross some very rough terrain—much rougher than a first glance would suggest.To get you over the rough stuff, the front end suspension is an independent MacPherson strut-type while the rear is a semi-independent DeDion axle with leaf springs and shock absorber. The low-point on the unit is the axle where you still get 8.5-inches of clearance. Vital underside components are tucked up high and any vulnerable arrears have guards and shields. A raised air intake will also get you through a minimum foot of water
Hickory, North Carolina
2006 Kubota RTV900 Recreational, LOADED WITH ACCESSORIES, MUST SEE CONDITION TO BELIEVE HOW CLEAN!! - The RTV900 is a utility vehicle designed to be as tough as a tractor. It's built from the ground up by Kubota engineers - the people who know how to make machines work harder and last longer. From the moment you grab the wheel, you'll notice a family resemblance.