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    Default Re: Carry -All Phase one

    Quote Originally Posted by AFChief View Post
    BX2360. That wilsonoutdoors vid was my inspiration
    How many rattle cans? two
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    Default Re: Carry -All Phase one

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    How many rattle cans? two
    About a can and a half.
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    Default Re: Carry -All Phase one

    That really looks nice.

    Check the archives for Top 'N Tilt on a BX, there are actually quite a few who have added this feature. You can get either or both. For the carry all, only the top would be needed. If you have a box blade, using both top and tilt adds tremendous versatility.

    I use my carry all when spraying. I got a 15 gal sprayer from Northern Tool that was designed to bungee strap onto an ATV and just strap it to the carry all. It plugs into the tractor electrics for power.

    Old steel barbell weights make good ballast. I bought 22 50# discs (std 1" holes-not Olympic) plus a few 20#ers for $110 on Craigslist. You could build a box or weld up bars on which to stack them.

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    Default Re: Carry -All Phase one

    Air Force Chief:

    I got your PM. I'll just reply here. The "archives" means all the old posts, going all the way back to the beginning. When you do a search, you're searching all the old posts; that's the same as searching the archives.

    About 5 or 6 years ago, a major server change was made. Things in the archives prior to that time can be more difficult to search. If you go to this thread, then the tenth post in the thread, you'll find a list of old threads related to BX top and tilt:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/k...tilt-bx24.html

    Gearmore currently makes correctly sized hydraulic cylinders for top and tilt on a BX. Many Kubota dealers have accounts with Gearmore:

    Gearmore Products

    Another manufacturer:

    http://www.ccmachinery.com/TNT.htm

    There's a third named Rankin; their prices traditionally are higher.


    BTW: is that your personal car (mustang?) sitting in front of that B2?
    Last edited by Tom_H; 03-13-2011 at 08:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_H View Post
    Air Force Chief:

    I got your PM. I'll just reply here. The "archives" means all the old posts, going all the way back to the beginning. When you do a search, you're searching all the old posts; that's the same as searching the archives.

    About 5 or 6 years ago, a major server change was made. Things in the archives prior to that time can be more difficult to search. If you go to this thread, then the tenth post in the thread, you'll find a list of old threads related to BX top and tilt:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/k...tilt-bx24.html

    Gearmore currently makes correctly sized hydraulic cylinders for top and tilt on a BX. Many Kubota dealers have accounts with Gearmore:

    Gearmore Products

    Another manufacturer:

    Tractor Hydraulic toplinks, Top-N-Tilt, Side link cylinders

    There's a third named Rankin; their prices traditionally are higher.


    BTW: is that your personal car (mustang?) sitting in front of that B2?
    Thanks for the info. Appreciate you taking the time.

    As for the pic, yes it -was- my car. I sold it after I found my current one...
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    Default Re: Carry -All Phase one

    Quote Originally Posted by AFChief View Post
    ...yes it -was- my car...
    Ford Mustangs, kubota tractors, Northrop B2 Spirit stealth bombers. Man, you associate yourself with game changing machines!!

    One of them does cost a bit more than the others though!

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    So I went to two TSC stores today to find a County line Carry all. I brought it home stripped all the stickers and sanded it down. No that I come in the house I noticed mine is completely different than your? Mine seems allot more heavy duty. Is mine an old style? I don't think it is as they said they just came off the truck today
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    Quote Originally Posted by iplumb View Post
    So I went to two TSC stores today to find a County line Carry all. I brought it home stripped all the stickers and sanded it down. No that I come in the house I noticed mine is completely different than your? Mine seems allot more heavy duty. Is mine an old style? I don't think it is as they said they just came off the truck today
    Who makes them is variable based on where you live. TSC buys from many different places. I've seen at least three different styles marked "County Line"
    BX2360, FFL, 60" MMM, Carry-All, 48" XB Box blade, 48" Howse rotary cutter, 48" XB Rotary Tiller, 48" Back Blade, 3Pt trailer hitch adapter, Ratchet Rake

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    Seems like there is no rime or reason to the way they are drilled? I don't think they put much thought into it. I have been playing around with different 2 x lumber to see how I'm gonna make it work. To get holes kinda in the middle of the boards and to give some over hang.
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    Do you have any pictures on your tractor yet? Just trying to decide how wide I want to go. Thanks
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