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    Default Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    Just thought it would be fun to see some of the larger projects that people have completed with their Kubotas. I've seen numerous pics on here of some pretty ambitions projects but it'd be neat to see them all in one place. Below are a few that I've done recently with my B3200.

    ATV trail:



    Setting trusses:



    Round pen excavation and grading:

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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    Great work. With only 26.5 hours on my b2620, I'm still finishing some smaller stuff. Clearing land, moving 50 logs (up to 800 lbs), finishing a lean-to, digging out a garden.
    Kubota b2620, 60 mmm, 60 landscape rake, QA pallet forks, Quick Spade. 72 back blade, Maintain gravel road, mow 3.5 acres

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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    I don't have the pics handy, but I recently dug about 200 feet of ditch with my M7040SUD using the loader. Digging the ditch turned about an acre of land from swampy mess into dry, usable land.

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    Do the various winter storms and snow removal count?

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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    Boy do I have one for this post!
    Took two years once the large excavators cleared and piled the trees on about 2 acres of our land. We pulled each pile down log by log and saved logs big enough for firewood then burned small piles till all was gone. Then we limed, fertilized and seeded.
    This was accomplished with my wife and I and our BX24 "Baby Bota".
    There is a satellite photo before, then an aerial photo just taken in the spring with just a couple of pictures to show the amount of work required. Bought my tractor used with 78 hours and it is getting ready to turn 800 hours.

    Love my tractor!

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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    Looks good, keep the pics coming.
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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    I know there are a lot more project pics out there.


    Here are a few more of mine:

    Short section of trail I cut between two others:






    Excavation for building in my first post:

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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    This was my biggest to date. 3 tier boulder wall 50 tons of 18-24" boulders,
    18 tons of 1-3/4 landscape rock and another 12 tons of class 5.
    It's still not done, as time goes on it might change. I'm going to excavate for a patio in back 800 sq. ft. of pavers, I'll get the base material set and leave the sand and pavers for next spring. This project would have gone faster with an excavator with a rock claw, but I did it all with by bx. I also did boulder walls in the ditch on both sides of my driveway (another 15 tons)
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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    This thread leads me to believe only BX owners take on large projects, lol.


    I know a lot of other folks have pics of big projects, it's ok to brag a little.
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    Default Re: Biggest projects you've completed with your 'bota?

    Quote Originally Posted by Verticaltrx View Post
    This thread leads me to believe only BX owners take on large projects, lol.


    I know a lot of other folks have pics of big projects, it's ok to brag a little.
    Vanb, Dude, you are one determined BX owner, nice work..Did you scout-up the rocks?
    Okay, Legal disclaimer: Old but not senile, definitely do not have the answer to everything!

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