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    Does anyone know if Mark is still making the telescoping stabilizing arms , I cant seem to locate him by the stabilworks website. I would like a set for my Kobota. Thanks:

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    He announced some time ago that he could no continue to make the stabilizers and devote enough time to his charitable work with youth, so he quit making them. It was a tough choice for him.

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    Contact him through here. Last report was that he took down his website in order to "catch up". He apparently got swamped with orders. I don't know how Mark is doing right now, but pray all is well with him and his family. His work on these units is one of my all time, all time favorite features for my BX and had made my life so much easier and improved the tractor's implement usefulness 10 fold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleR View Post
    He announced some time ago that he could no continue to make the stabilizers and devote enough time to his charitable work with youth, so he quit making them. It was a tough choice for him.
    TripleR likely has better intel.

    If that is so, someone needs to fill this void, that is for sure. Hopefully someone else picks up the slack here.
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    That's too bad, guess I should have ordered them a while back when I first wanted them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zick View Post
    That's too bad, guess I should have ordered them a while back when I first wanted them.
    Yep, I was lucky I ordered mine when I did, got them on our BX2200 and BX2660 and they are great.
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    Default Re: kubota stabilizer arms

    Quote Originally Posted by bp fick View Post
    Contact him through here. Last report was that he took down his website in order to "catch up". He apparently got swamped with orders. I don't know how Mark is doing right now, but pray all is well with him and his family. His work on these units is one of my all time, all time favorite features for my BX and had made my life so much easier and improved the tractor's implement usefulness 10 fold.
    Can you take a pic so the rest of us what this looks like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calman93611 View Post
    Can you take a pic so the rest of us what this looks like?
    BEFORE and AFTER.
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    He sent me my set about a month and half ago... Very nicely done
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    Default Re: kubota stabilizer arms

    Not sure if it will work on your BX but I had a B7610 and I used the parts from a B2910 to do mine.

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