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 12-26-2003, 17:02 Post: 72286
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Hi,

I currently have an order for a new B7510 HSD with a 50" B2750 snowblower. I was at the dealer and he had a snowblower for the BX the 50" BX2750 blower.

I was not that impressed with it and I am hoping the B2750 is more heavy duty. Can Art or another dealer tell me if they are the same or is the B blower a little stronger.

Also who makes the Kubota blowers as I have seen them on other machines with other Tractor makers brands on them?

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 12-26-2003, 22:20 Post: 72324
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I'd go and talk to your dealer as there are several grades of blowers available on the B-7510 including the BX blower. RAd is the current produccer of those blowers.






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 12-26-2003, 23:00 Post: 72331
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Chuckles,

I have seen a 60" blower and it was super durable with plate steel walls, I don't know the model number.

I have also seen the BX2750 blower and it has sheet metal side walls not near the strength of the 60" kubota blower I saw.

I see the dealer says it is the B2750, I cannot help here, But maybe when Art gets into his shop he can look it up. I would hope the B7510 gets a little stronger blower than the BX.

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 12-26-2003, 23:37 Post: 72332
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The 2750 blower can go on the BX or the B-series subframes. It is meant to help keep the cost down.






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 12-27-2003, 08:33 Post: 72356
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Thanks for the input Art.

So if I want a 50" Kubota Heavier duty front blower than the 2750 what is the model number I should be asking for?

Or do I have to step up to the 60" blower to get a heavy duty unit, and would it be quick attach and manageable by one person?

Also when my dealer priced the BX2750 on a BX2230 it was $300 less than when he put the B2750 blower on the B7510???? If they are the same why more on the B7510?


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 12-27-2003, 09:19 Post: 72361
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Chuck, they do take different subframes to fit and taht is where the biggest part is. Talk to him about the B-2650-2660. The books still call them economy but they do weigh in about 40 lbs heavier initially. I would not be afraid to use the 2750 as it's performance has been outstanding!






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 12-27-2003, 10:19 Post: 72367
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Art,

I have the Kubota Snowblower guide for T,G,F,B and L series from a few years back and it lists the B2650 at 300 pounds.

From the looks of the catalog it seems that the BX2750 /B2750 blower is the same one used on the Kubota Garden Tractors.

I would like to get a blower that has metal at least as thick as the single stage blower on my Wheelhorse that only cost $800 bucks.

My Picture Number 8 is a match for the blower on the BX the BX/B2750. My picture number 9 is what I hope and think the B2650 looks like, can you confirm this Art?

If I go with the B2650 are you saying it is a different quick attach? I defintely want a quick attach hook up. And does that cause incompatibility with other front implements like a blade or broom?

Sorry if I seem like I am obsessing over this but I want to get it right.






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 12-27-2003, 11:02 Post: 72371
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Chuck, the blowers are different by numbers or ordering codes and I don't have any to compare with to be sure one way or the other. Part numbers seem to be coming up different too. THe weights do seem to be the same as well as the width. It is not unusual to see attachments at this time that look and are built simuliar to the garden tractors for on the sub-compact series for the blowers and mower decks! All the BX-B series attachments interchange on the Quick Disconnect for front mounted attachments that I can think of.






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 12-27-2003, 11:08 Post: 72372
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Chuck, I went back and pic 9 I believe is the newer 72" economy for the B-series. There also are the smaller ones available and I do believe that your original purchase is for the BX version.






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 12-27-2003, 11:26 Post: 72375
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So you think I could get a 50" just like pic 9 with the same thick steel plate sides?

And it would have a quick attach also? Still compatable with other BX attachments?

Have you had good experience with this B2650 if that is the numbner? Is it easy to live with for one old guy to handle? I pushed a neigbors B2750 no problem and it went on easy. Would the heavier blower be about the same?






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