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    Veteran Member rbarker's Avatar
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    Jul 2003
    BX 25


    Quote Originally Posted by StrangeRanger
    Just wondering where you all keep your tractor. Do you keep in inside or is it outside? If it's outside what protection do you give it? Is it covered? Do you use a block heater and/or fuel treatment? Where do you live and how cold does it really get where it's stored outside?
    Inside a Canvas type shed, yes on the block heater, yes on the fuel treatment, and I live in New England where the lowest temp I've witnessed was -7 f. And no, the tractor wouldn't start but that was before the block heater and fuel treatment. Since adopting those two precautions it has never failed to start again.
    Bob B.

    Kubota BX25, FEL, 60" MMM, Curtis cab with heat
    Kubota BX2750D snow blower, 5' Estate rake, 5' rear blade

  2. #12
    Veteran Member PHILIP8N's Avatar
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    Sep 2009
    Kubota L3940 Kubota GR2120 Ford 8N Ford 6000

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    In a pole barn, but inside temp is same as outside temp. Gets down to 0F for 2 weeks here, will start without aids. I use powerservice in white bottle year round. Philip.
    Kubota L3940HST-1 2009
    84" front blade
    LA724 loader w/HD 72" round back bucket
    turf tires
    Kubota GR2120 2013
    Kubota W5019 PC
    Ford 8N 1950
    Ford 6000 diesel 1961
    Woods RD7200 finish mower, Land Pride RCR1272 rotary cutter, Land Pride RTR1274 tiller, Bearcat CH5540 5" chipper, L8170 ballast box, 6' Woods pulverizer, 6' Dragon box scrapper with hydraulic rippers, 14" 2 bottom plow, post hole auger, 7' Land Pride RB1584 rear blade, 3 point boom pole, 48" 4000# SSQA pallet forks

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    Gold Member unbidden's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
    Kubota BX2660

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    I keep my BX in one of these. However, if the weather get very wooley (windy) I stick it in the garage.

  4. #14
    Veteran Member RaydaKub's Avatar
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    Sep 2011
    Rochester, MN
    Kubota BX2230

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    My garage is fully insulated, but not heated. 3 stalls. 1 car, 1 suv, one for "stuff" since the daughter has the 2nd car at college. And the BX is worth twice as much. So it gets the stall. It can get to -30 here in Minnesota, but last year was hardly ever below 0 and nowhere near the max. But it was also my first year with the BX.

  5. #15
    Gold Member
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    Feb 2005
    NorthEastern VT
    Kubota 3430


    Primary purchase was for snow removal vs years of beater plow trucks.
    Outside rain or shine. Never had trouble starting in extreme cold.
    kubota Orange is nice and bright but the Woods orange has gone milky on the attachments.

    ROPS prevents access to the barn and we have no Garage. Considering modifying the gambrel barn to make a better solar panel roof. That may create a place to shelter the tractor.
    Kubota 3430HST ,Woods 1009 with skidsteer QC,Scraper, Brush mower , Woods 7' hoe, homebrew 7' FEL QC fisher plow with hydraulics, etc
    99 QCSB4x4 Cummins Ram (with some hp toys but now a Vermont rust bucket)

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    Jan 2012
    Success Missouri
    Kubota L3800DT, L3750DT Shuttle

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    Under shed roof, open sides. No block heater. If it gets below 15-20f I'm not going to be on the tractor.
    Kubota L3750 Hydro Shuttle, 4wd, FEL; L3800 Gear drive, 4wd, FEL
    Husqvarna XP chainsaws 346xp X3, 357xp, 562xp, 359

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    Elite Member Buppies's Avatar
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    Oct 2011
    SouthWestern Virginia
    Kubota L5240 Toro 60inch Z Master 21 inch walk behind Polaris 900 hunter edition 30in toro walk behind

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    Ours stays in pole building unheated and starts with glow plugs as no electricity yet. Low temperatures so far 4degrees above zero and no starting issues yet. Supposed to be colder than normal this winter so only time will tell

  8. #18
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    Apr 2000
    Shingle Springs California
    New Holland TC40D

    Default Re: Does your tractor stay in or outside?

    In an open front shed. Keeps weather off it. Gets in to the 20's here; not too cold. I added on to our 12x10 shed, effectively a 12' x 16' open front parking for my old kubota and old Farmall. Now the NH, a canoe, and yard tools are in there.
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Platinum Member Carl Bert's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
    Rockland county, New York
    Kubota B26, John deere X595


    Inside, I built this shed just for that purpose. It may look small, but both machines fit inside very comfortably.

    Does your tractor stay in or outside?-image-3870163079-jpg
    2010 Kubota B26 TLB w/hyd thumb. 2004 John Deere X595 w/62" MMM.

    Carl Bertuzzi

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    Platinum Member ljohnson778's Avatar
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    Nov 2009
    Upstate NY
    New Holland T5070


    Tractor stays outside, but it has a cab, I use the block heater, and diesel treatment.
    Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.
    Benjamin Franklin

    The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is.
    -Winston Churchill

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