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  1. #41
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisan View Post
    I have started a "Favorites" on my box for Implements / Attachemnts that are relative to my BX25 / Sub Compact tractors. After it grows maybe I can post it up. Don't hold yer breath! Seems to me the list owner, Muhammad? might consider such an area, be wise to make an area for vendors to display there wares, make it free for vendors till it grows...

    I am a newb, I am searching and searching and searching for what is available, heck, I didn't know about JAKE RAKE till the man jumped in waving a flag, HERE I AM, and I am GLAD he did! I want to see EVERYTHING and it is NOT in one place to feed upon!

    Are there other vendors on this list that sell attachments / implements for my BX25? Is there a place I have not found yet to view said?

    My signature line has links to my attachments. I'm still learning the capabilities of the BX25.

    The Bro-tek ripper tooth has come in very handy. I also have the thumb, which works well, though I've only used it a couple times.

    BXpanded is great. I suspect I will eventually own one of almost everything they have!

    The Ratchet Rake also works well, I plan on working it hard next spring.

    Yesterday, I was trying out a post hole digger I just got from Everything Attachments... I wish I got it sooner! This thing should get lots of use. I just wish there was some sort of stand available for it. (Maybe I should just learn how to weld and make my own....more toys )

    Depending on your situation, you may want to look into various dollies that come in handy to move some of the heavier implements around the garage. I've got my backhoe, FEL, grass catcher, and snow plow on dollies.
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    2011 Kubota BX25 TLB w/R4s; 3PH; 54" MMM; Grass Catcher; 60" snow blade; Bro-Tek Thumb, Skid plate & Ripper Tooth; MowerAxle stand; BXpanded FEL bucket expander, BH & FEL dolly; Ratchet Rake; ETA Post Hole Digger

  2. #42
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    Quote Originally Posted by CORamos View Post
    Maybe I should just learn how to weld and make my own
    I would highly encourage that. I bought a stick welder earlier this year from Everlast and it has been downright handy. I don't get into complicated projects, and my welds would make a welding teacher cringe but when I need X stuck to Y, it works. Haven't had any of my welds fail yet.

    Ian
    Everlast PowerArc200

  3. #43
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    Yep and before you said "Everything Attachments" I found it.

    "Everything Attachments" is a GREAT place to look at and learn whats available, they have lots of videos too! Drill down the hierachy of web pages
    and you run into great videos showing many implements working. Of corse I wish they were all connected to a BX25 but hey!

  4. #44
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    Speaking of Auger, can anyone ID this auger and or tell me anything about this flavor? Is that handle a DIYer device?


  5. #45
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    I am starting to think about adding a grapple to the FEL. Looks like I will aquire a 3.5" x 3.5" x .25" Piece of angle, cut off the "Level" indicator on the FEL's bucket and weld in said in place.

    I am considering buying The Thumb of 20" size for my BX25 and I am trying to figure out the best way to power it. I think I am leaning towards an electronic valve, perhaps a 12 VDC Hyd. Double Selector Valve ITEM 9-7852 as seen HERE on the right side. It is 13.2GPM so over sized, I do not assume that to be an issue. Anyone have an opinion or suggestion?

    Fasse basically sells the same thing I think. I think I can buy this valve then get just fasse's ergonomic FEL lever switch and get the same fasse set up for a couple of hundred less. Yes, no maybe?

  6. #46
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    --Got a trailer, 7x14 ID, The BX25 fits nicely inside it w/ the hoe to one side. Pictures coming maybe tomorrow. I found a place that makes AWSOME rachet straps rated at 3333lbs EA for $13.50 ! There orange too! HA! If you want Awsome rachet straps for a GREAT PRICE, stay tuned.
    --Here I am first dump ever dropping 5.2 ton. Yes, overloaded but it did it. Second load was spot on, 300lbs under #7000, 5000lbs tare, 12K GVW If you have a very fast connection or want to see the movie it is like 95Megs, CLICK HERE in maybe a 1/2 hour from now. This is my local dump, it is DEEP, deeper in other areas moreso then what you see!


  7. #47
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    So many attachments and so little money, right now anyways...

    Check Out THESE Guys BX Attachments small loader Quick attach, Tach-N-Go and attachments

  8. #48
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    Default Re: BX25 Goodies

    Quote Originally Posted by Artisan View Post
    So many attachments and so little money, right now anyways...

    Check Out THESE Guys BX Attachments small loader Quick attach, Tach-N-Go and attachments
    I have spoken with Jery about his products and he is very paticular about the quality of his products and always looking for ways improve. From what he has told me about whats up and coming. Im putting away cash right now for the grapple. That would work for me in so many ways.

    Chris

    2011 Kubota BX2660 Loader/ 60"Mower
    My Tractor Tools QA and Grapple System
    BT601 Back Hoe

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    Artisan,

    On adding a remote for your potential grapple, I bookmarked this setup some time ago when I was contemplating doing the same but never did. It's a package setup with the solenoid, block, switch and wiring. It would turn one of your FEL circuits into two circuits with a selectable control switch. Just something else to consider. If you do the grapple project, be sure to post pic's.

    http://www.farmequipment24-7.com/SCV.../scvmultpb.htm
    Chris

    2 acres and a mule, er, Kubota BX25, and too many other toys,er, tools to list.

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    And Thank You Chris...I will be doing a grapple as soon as I nail down how I am to circuit the hydraulics.



    Quote Originally Posted by CHDinCT View Post
    Artisan,

    On adding a remote for your potential grapple, I bookmarked this setup some time ago when I was contemplating doing the same but never did. It's a package setup with the solenoid, block, switch and wiring. It would turn one of your FEL circuits into two circuits with a selectable control switch. Just something else to consider. If you do the grapple project, be sure to post pic's.

    SCV, Hydraulic Selective Control Valve Multiplier

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