I have a Kubota 3130 that is about 2 months old now. I am doing alot of work around my house. I have a FEL, Backhoe, Box Blade, Pallet Forks and York Rake. I am very happy with this tractor except for the backhoe. I bent the cylinder while trying to remove a large stump, I kind of realize what I did, I was trying to pry the root out and I used the bucket as a lever. Today I bent the cylinder again, I knock over a 20 ft tree with the FEL and I was just trying to pull the tree to a spot that I could grap it with the FEL\Pallet forks to move it and it bent the bucket cylinder on the backhoe . I am wondering am I just trying to do too much with this machine or is this a fluke to happen twice. I bought the machine to work but when it breaks it down time and $$$. The dealer fixed it last time at cost on the parts(265.00), but this time I am just getting a whole new cylinder(500.00) and I may fix the old one to prevent down time??? Let me know if this happens alot or just to me???