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07-14-2013, 09:31 PM #1
- Join Date
- Jan 2011
- Fanning Springs, Gilchirst County, North-Central Florida
- Kubota B3300SU 33-hp / 1,900 pounds
Kubota B3300SU + Rollover Box Blade At Work // PHOTOS
Rollover Box Blade is Bush Hog brand. Some assert Bush Hog (brand) ROBBs are produced by Dirt Dog.
This one, purchased new-old-stock in 2012, arrived with a frame sticker: MADE IN INDIA.
Good quality construction but poor paint, poorly applied.
Width of this ROBB is 60", weight 630 pounds = 126 pounds per foot.
Tractor/loader is kubota B3300SU / 33-hp / 1,900 pounds / Industrial Tires.
Factory Top Link replaced by HydrauLink, which is helpful option when operating a Box Blade.
Photos #1 + #2 Tractor moving forward, pulling sandy-loam. Low range on HST, 4-WD engaged. Loaded ROBB pulls easily.
Photo #1 Note latch.
Photos #3 + #4 ROBB now vertically oriented, so rippers are down. Here ROBB is emulating Root Rake, pulling out Vitus rotunfolia grape vine roots. Contacting big roots did stop the tractor/ROBB; had to raise ROBB a bit then OK to proceed.
Photo #4 Note latch.
Photo #5 Stabilworks rigid, pin-adjustable stabilizers @ 14 pounds have replaced Kubota turnbuckle check chains @ 4 pounds.
DO NOT PUSH A HEAVY LOAD WITH THE FACTORY TURNBUCKLE CHECKS CHAINS, THEY WILL BEND.
Photo #6 + #7 ROBB (with Stabilworks) in reverse position from Photos #1 + #2; PUSHING sandy-loam.
Photo #7 Note latch.
COUNT ME A ROLLOVER FAN.
Last edited by jeff9366; 07-15-2013 at 08:35 AM.The word tractor was taken from Medieval Latin, being the agent noun of trahere "to pull, draw".
07-14-2013, 09:36 PM #2
Re: Kubota B3300SU + Rollover Box Blade At Work // PHOTOS
Looking good Jeff Those Stabilworks stabilizers looks great!
Ouch on that bent lip where the hook is mounted
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