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    Default b2410 just rollled in --

    i have been looking for a while now for a b2400 variant -- i have a blower that i found last year, and am not in the mood to take the backhoe / loader off my 2400 2x a year for the next 50 years -- or so --

    so, i found this b2410 online, and bought her site unseen -- sorta risky, i know!

    i really liked that she had no implements, since i don't need them. i found a NOS loader valve that i'll put on this weekend.

    she has 930 hours on the clock, and was MAINTAINED! on the filters, someone wrote with a sharpie the date they were changed, the hours, and if the fluid was changed, too!

    also, this AM i took off the air filter to give her a look, and they even wrote on THAT when it was last changed -- with a gold pen marker!!

    anyway, more pics to come -- i'm happy with her!

    gotta love the b kubotas -- they're perfect, to me.
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    Super Member bp fick's Avatar
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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    Awesome and congratulations. Really seems nice, let us know.

    Can you find me one too? Haven't got any serious use for it, but hey, it seems like a good idea to have two machines, right? Right?
    BP


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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    Wow, that looks to be in great shape.


    I just have to know......... did you get a good running start to jump it off the end of that trailer?

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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    hahah -- i had to hire a tilting flatbed to mate up to the 18-wheeler, and just drove her off --



    i can't tell you how happy i am that the maintenance was done religiously -- that to me is worth $1000 or more. i keep stuff forever --

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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    Quote Originally Posted by bp fick View Post
    Awesome and congratulations. Really seems nice, let us know.

    Can you find me one too? Haven't got any serious use for it, but hey, it seems like a good idea to have two machines, right? Right?
    Or 3

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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    Great deal! Glad the "sight unseen" worked out fine for you. I got burned on my first tractor that way an would never do it again. Good to know there are still people that advertise the truth!!

    Congratulations on the tractor!
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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    i'm just so happy i could PEE -- !!

    at lunch, i called the number of the dealer whose sticker is on the tractor --

    -- they pulled her up by S/N and couldn't believe she made it all the way to buffalo from virginia!!

    anyway, this tractor has been serviced ANNUALLY by this dealer -- with EVERYTHING done by a kubota dealer -- they have the full service history on her, and, of course, they always did it RIGHT!

    you're all right, too -- i was damned lucky -- what if she had a blown head-gasket or something - i would have been TOAST -- !!

    anyway, i am very happy with my little snow rig -- i have to install the hydraulic lever, block heater and blower tonight -- plus i am going to switch her over to mobil1 turbo-diesel --


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    Super Member bp fick's Avatar
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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    Quote Originally Posted by LBrown59 View Post
    Or 3
    So, LB, that's breaks down to what? a BX for every 3/4 of an acre?
    BP


    "Some chickens, some gardens and a Kubota."

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    Default Re: b2410 just rollled in --

    good burn bp

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