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    Kubota L4610 HST with loader

    Default Toll where to put them

    Heres a photo of the tool box mounted on the rear.
    Rich


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    Veteran Member gordon's Avatar
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    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    My that toolbox looks nice but those tires look alot better!! Great idea for storage looks like it came from the factory with it being a grey toolbox-slick-.
    Gordon


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    Super Star Member Thomas's Avatar
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    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    Hi richh.
    Nice clean looking tractor,but where the pictures of the rest of your kubota.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]
    Do you have to have a triangle safety sign on the back of your tractor in which the state you live in?

    Stay safe and[img]/w3tcompact/icons/cool.gif[/img]

    Thomas..NH

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    NH TC 29 4wd, Ford 1210 4wd

    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    Rich, nice photo. I noticed the structure with the stackwood construction in the background. Did you build it? I helped my dad build a stackwood sauna years ago, but I don't see many people building that way anymore.


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    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    Thomas- well I live in Mi.up in the UP. And yes it cam with one of them their triangle's I took it off to mount the tool box but realy havent found a spot for, looked but it mite end up on the wall in the barn. Don't run my tractor down the road, maybe once in 5 yr. I think I need to check my spelling? what do you do with your toll's???[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]
    Rich


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    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    Rich - You need to air those tires down to 9 psi! Or do you already have them aired down? [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Mine support 50% ballast, and 2,000 lbs. of backhoe at 9 psi, no sweat. If Michelin allowed it, I'd lower them to 7 or 8 when I wasn't using the backhoe.

    Mark


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    Default Re: Toll where to put them

    Mark- well after looking at them last night I noticed that the right one is not seated all the way. Took it back this AM to the tire guy and he put in more air!! 50 LB. Didn't pop them out, but running it today for a few hrs. helped some, but the ride was not wery good. I need to get the ballast in the tires, wating on this rimguard stuff. I plan on running down to that same range 7-8 psi. What do you run the front ones at?
    Rich


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    Default Re: Tool\'s where to put them

    Gordon well i found a spot for the saw. check out the photo.
    Rich


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    Default Re: Tool\'s where to put them

    colors match to[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: Tool\'s where to put them

    Nice mount Rich The shame of it is that I'm spoiled now with a cab! But soon will loose that comfort. But I'm learning your mounting tricks because soon I will be in the same boat. How long of a bar will that mount hold? looks like the perfect place for it alot better than mounting it to the rops.
    Gordon


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