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  1. #41
    Silver Member deathtoblackberries's Avatar
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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Fordmantpw the deck is easy to put on/take off now that I know what to do. The user manual reads like an engineer wrote it, so many details your like what? Its simple, lower the deck, pull the front pin, pull the 2 rear pins, disconnect the PTO drive shaft done! Just drive on/off, set the deck height knob.

  2. #42
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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Quote Originally Posted by deathtoblackberries View Post
    Fordmantpw the deck is easy to put on/take off now that I know what to do. The user manual reads like an engineer wrote it, so many details your like what? Its simple, lower the deck, pull the front pin, pull the 2 rear pins, disconnect the PTO drive shaft done! Just drive on/off, set the deck height knob.
    Seems simple enough! Do the brackets self-align when you drive back over it to hook it back up?

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    Kubota B2620 (2012)

    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    [QUOTE=deathtoblackberries;3251540]Yes though the delivery guy recommended against driving on, he said lift the front wheels with the loader and drag it out sideways to which I replied um ah what?
    As to mounting/dismounting the MMM, I've found that it rolls easily under/out without even raising the front wheels. Raising the front with the FEL just gives more wiggle room. I didn't like the idea of driving over even though the manual tells how to do it. I've done it on the lawn as well as on the garage concrete floor. I get to the rear drive shaft connection by sliding between the rear tires. Your model and mine are identical in that respect. Cheers, Mike
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    Very nice! Please let us know how it mows.

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    Enjoy your new toy. My 2920 goes with over the property like my trustee

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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Ihope you don't become a member of the garage door club .
    Quote Originally Posted by deathtoblackberries View Post
    She fits perfectly, couple feet to spare front and rear to walk by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin37b View Post
    Ihope you don't become a member of the garage door club .
    Lol! Too funny! That would really stink.

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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Quote Originally Posted by deathtoblackberries View Post
    Fordmantpw the deck is easy to put on/take off now that I know what to do. The user manual reads like an engineer wrote it, so many details your like what? Its simple, lower the deck, pull the front pin, pull the 2 rear pins, disconnect the PTO drive shaft done! Just drive on/off, set the deck height knob.
    Just a heads up.
    Don't forget to raise the anti scalp wheels to the highest position before lowering the deck.

  9. #49
    Silver Member deathtoblackberries's Avatar
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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow1 View Post
    Just a heads up.
    Don't forget to raise the anti scalp wheels to the highest position before lowering the deck.
    Correct or no more than 3" per the manual, I'm assuming to keep from damaging the deck when driving over it.

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    Default Re: New B2920 just landed! 29 pics FEL, BH, Thumb, MMM

    Man what a beauty!!! I wouldn't be able to sleep at night knowing that was in the garage. ---Hey wait I could sleep in the garage!!! lol. ---- Enjoy and stay safe.

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