Kubota TLB Series
L45TLB Diesel Tractors
The Kubota L45TLB utility tractor redefines versatility with rugged performance and intuitive design. Ready to work with a 45 HP Kubota diesel engine, smooth HST Plus transmission and standard 4-Wheel Drive, the L45 is built to bring it day after day.
You'll experience greater power, dependability and cleaner emissions with the 45HP Kubota diesel engine. It starts quickly in cold weather and sustains high torque rise, even under heavy loads or at lower speeds. Special balancers provide lower noise and vibration levels, and a spark arrestor muffler is standard equipment.
HST Plus Transmission
With Hydro Dual Speed (H-DS), Load Sensing Ability, HST Response Control and Auto Throttle Advance, the L45's HST Plus Transmission achieves superior performance by providing automated control of both the HST pump and motor.
Heavy-Duty Rear Axle
The heavy-duty rear axle uses multiple wet-disc brakes for extended life and smooth stopping performance.
Backhoe Crawling Mode
A rare feature for this type of TLB, Kubota's backhoe crawling mode allows you to move at "creep" speed while at the controls of the backhoe. This is especially time-saving when repositioning along lengthy trenches.
The L45's onboard system provides comprehensive tractor information. Get current working status, engine, fuel and oil warning signals, as well as maintenance indications in simple, standard indicator form.
- 1 Models: L45TLB
- 45.0 HP @ 2700 RPM
- Wheel Base: 72.5"
- Operating Weight: 7173 lbs.
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 11.9 gallons
The L45's productive hydraulic system means heavy-duty loads are no match for its 2,200-pound lifting capacity and 9'6" lifting height.
The auto-leveling valve automatically keeps the bucket or pallet fork horizontal as the loader boom raises and lowers. The On/Off switch deactivates the system for greater operation control. Spills are reduced, while pallet fork operation and loading jobs are made easier.
Quick Coupler and Buckets
With our optional quick coupler, changing buckets is a snap. This is the perfect option for those who do a lot of bucket work and frequently change bucket types.