On Saturday, May 4, Brooks Sales in Monroe, N.C., hosted an open house and Kubota field day event. The well-attended gathering showcased the latest Kubota products, including excavators, compact track loaders, skid steer loaders and the rest of the top-selling Kubota product line. There was even a Kubota train to entertain the children.
Kubota compact excavators are available in zero and conventional tail swing and allow contractors to tackle tough jobs in even tighter spaces. From large construction areas to small jobs in tight areas, Kubota has a wide range of excavators to meet the needs of any construction job. Its conventional tail swing models offer increased side and lifting stability, while the minimum tail swing models are designed for jobs in tight quarters.
Kubota track loaders are built for jobs that require the traction and stability of tracks. The SVL Series features maneuverable and compact track loaders outfitted with Kubota's original HighGrip tracks. The SVL Series is designed to handle difficult terrain and is sized for easy maneuverability, according ot the manufacturer.
Compact track loaders also are versatile enough to work in tighter areas, maneuvering easily around residential and commercial areas. With a large assortment of attachments available, compact track loaders are a versatile base for grapples, hammers, snow blowers, rotary cutters, graders, tillers, tree pullers and more.
Kubota skid steer loaders are ideal for both the toughest construction jobs and the most precise landscaping jobs. With the SSV Series as agile as it is powerful, greater power now comes in a smaller package.
Cousins Jeremy (L) and Derek Brooks represent the third generation of the Brooks family.
Kubota’s versatile track loaders are customizable with a large assortment of available attachments.
David Brooks (L) welcomes Greg Hargett of Hargett Farms in Mashville, N.C., to the open house.
Johnny Thomas (L) of Thomas Contracting in Anson County, N.C., and Derek Brooks go over the Kubota LA525 tractor.
Mike Stegall of Kubota checked out teh items on display.
Scott Heverly of Metro Tech Systems in Monroe, N.C., is checking out the different models of Kubota excavators.
(L-R) are Joan, Philip, and Sheila Brooks.
Going over the different options on the Kubota RTV machines are Philip Brooks (L) and Marvin Trull of Boggs Paving in Monroe, N.C.
Kubota’s line of compact excavators was on display at the open house.
(L-R): Helping Mike McAuley of McAuley Farms in Monroe, N.C., with his parts needs are Mark Tarlton, Scott Phillips, Brian Hinson and Jayme Carroll, all of Brooks Sales.
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