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 06-18-2006, 14:40 Post: 130992
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looking for feedback on kubota tractors. likes and dislikes ..






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 07-13-2006, 19:01 Post: 132121
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I have a 1980 model B6100E that I bought with my house. I kinda wish it would die so I'd have an excuse to buy a new 2630, but I can't kill the thing.






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 07-14-2006, 10:55 Post: 132150
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I have a G3130, Best investment I ever made.






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 07-14-2006, 13:50 Post: 132167
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Look at my picture # 6 .........






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 07-14-2006, 14:39 Post: 132172
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Murf, is the dislike in number 6 no snow? or no operators?






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 07-14-2006, 14:42 Post: 132173
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kubotadave,

one of the best things about my Kubota's is they leave the JD owners green with envy!

okay JD people I am just joking. As soon as your tractor mataures it will turn Orange, okay? Laughing out loud






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 07-15-2006, 08:00 Post: 132197
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Murf:

What is involved in setting up the FEL to have a snowblade like the one in your picture? Is it then easy to switch between the FEL bucket, the snowblade, the forks/C class hitch, etc? Do you know if something similar could be done on a Kubota LA402 or LA403 FEL?






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 07-15-2006, 16:11 Post: 132221
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I have a new BX2350 and have been thrilled with it. I bought it with a mid mount mower and FEL. Done everything I've asked it to do.






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 07-17-2006, 08:19 Post: 132274
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Kenneth, I *like* no snow too, our contracts are a standby fee, plus an amount per hour when there is work to do. In fact a lot of the winter work is not even dependant on a snowfall. After a good wind, or a freeze / thaw / freeze cycle we have to go out to clear and sand / salt the sidewlks too.

GMiller, there is very little involved in doing it. You need a way to mount it, in my case a multi-purpose utility frame. They *can* be mounted inside the bucket, but it adds a lot more weight to the front of the machine, you want the weight at the back. The only other thing you need is a pair of hydraulic lines to give you power angling on the blade. If you do not have hydraulic remotes you can make up a rigid bar to lock the bucket curl cylinders in place, and then install quick-disconnet fittings by putting T-fittings inline with that circuit.

The smaller machine and loader would be no problem at all, you would just need to scale down the blade that's all. I'm sure a 6' light duty blade from a small 4x4 like a Jeep TJ would work just fine.

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 07-23-2006, 00:27 Post: 132535
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Thanks for the images! I take it you are very happy with your KUBOTA!!






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