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    Gold Member mpham's Avatar
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    Default How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

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    I used my CK20 to pop and roll this monster yesterday! Clearing some land and moving a stone wall to my border.More pics are in the fun tractor thread. The tractor does get hot doing this work.
    Phil. from Mass.
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    Default Re: How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

    Answer, "very strong". Nice.
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Can't let my wife see that picture with the cab. Does it have air conditioning?

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    No just heat. It is more a winter machine for me. I use it for snow removal.
    Phil. from Mass.
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    Default Re: How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

    Quote Originally Posted by mpham View Post
    No just heat. It is more a winter machine for me. I use it for snow removal.
    What do you use to remove snow? I have a ATV w/48" plow but this year was thinking about using my CK20. The question is by what method; blower/plow/FEL ?? After years of using rear blade on an old 2wd tractor, it has to be front mounted.

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    Default Re: How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

    I use the bucket for small storms and a 54 inch rear mounted blower for the big ones we normally get. Was thinking of getting a bucket mounted plow this year.
    Phil. from Mass.
    2008 Kioti ck20 with 380 hours
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    Default Re: How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

    North Central Mass gets alot of snow, I used the ck20s to clear snow for the last three years. Brother has a similar size Kabota and lives in south east mass, no snow. He uses a 3pt blower and raves about it. I used a back plow but went back to just the bucket

    I have to mention my tractor fuel pump died. The guys at Upper Valley came out after hours , they also got Kioti to cover the part cost when the tractor is 30 months old. Very nice group of guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldbob
    North Central Mass gets alot of snow, I used the ck20s to clear snow for the last three years. Brother has a similar size Kabota and lives in south east mass, no snow. He uses a 3pt blower and raves about it. I used a back plow but went back to just the bucket

    I have to mention my tractor fuel pump died. The guys at Upper Valley came out after hours , they also got Kioti to cover the part cost when the tractor is 30 months old. Very nice group of guys
    I,m in Templeton.. We sure do get a lot it seems! Last year was great.
    Phil. from Mass.
    2008 Kioti ck20 with 380 hours
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    Default Re: How strong is a Kioti CK20 HST.

    Quote Originally Posted by mpham View Post
    I use the bucket for small storms and a 54 inch rear mounted blower for the big ones we normally get. Was thinking of getting a bucket mounted plow this year.
    Get a small snow box you will be happier. CJ
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    I have the 54" blower on the back of my CK20S for heavy stuff, and a 72" fully articulating blade from Michigan Iron for the front. I take off the loader for the winter and use the subframe mounted snow blade. Very efficient and the ability to power angle is a huge asset. Definitely recommended.

    Jon
    Kioti CK-20S HST, KL-120P FEL, KB-2465 backhoe, 72" snowblade, pallet forks, Agrotrend 54" snowblower, 60" box blade, a barn to put it all in and a trailer to carry it all.

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