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    Silver Member HeLa's Avatar
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    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    forks? these are probably my most-used accessory. i was just running them today, in fact, cleaning up some remains of the hurricane sandy.

    Quick-On Pallet/Brush Forks

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    Platinum Member JD 4520's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjaybee
    A quick hitch is invaluable. I have one on my B3200 and it makes implement change fast and easy. You can buy them between $70. and $150.
    I second this one, a quick hitch for sure.
    Gary

    JD 4520, 400X FEL, Frontier Front Blade, Box Blade, Rotary Cutter, Landscape Rake, 48" Wildkat Grapple and PHD

  3. #13
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    Kubota BX25

    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    Forks for sure! They are my useful accessory. Mine are from Bxpanded.
    Proofread carefully to see if you any words out.

    BX25, BX2750D Snowblower, Bro-Tek thumb, BXpanded Forks and Under Armor, Ballast Box, 3-PT Pallet Forks ...... My Kubota Pics


  4. #14
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    L3700SU

    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    Do you need to take the tooth bar off the bucket to use the forks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomtint View Post
    Do you need to take the tooth bar off the bucket to use the forks?
    Not if used with BXpanded's "Piranha Tooth Bar". If it's some other then probably yes.
    Proofread carefully to see if you any words out.

    BX25, BX2750D Snowblower, Bro-Tek thumb, BXpanded Forks and Under Armor, Ballast Box, 3-PT Pallet Forks ...... My Kubota Pics


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    Super Member JOHNTHOMAS's Avatar
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    currently own F3080 F2680e BX25D RTV1140

    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    kubota used to sell a metal model of the BX23. I bought 2 several years ago. One I gave to a nephew and it's long gone. They are really adult and not childrens toy, to fragile for rough work. The other one is still in the box that is still in the plastic bag that Barlows put it in when I bought it. You may find a dealer with one still in stock or a reseller or Ebay. If I didn't already have one I'd sure want one especially since I had a BX25, later model of the BX23.
    2014 BX25D, 2008 F2680e 2WD 72" side Discharge Deck, 2012 F3080 4WD 72" rear discharge deck, 2010/2009 RTV1140CPX , RatchetRake, Forks, ...DEARBORN 2 BOTTOM PLOW 12" ?? FOR SALE $425 NOW $250).... Drawbar and Horse Drawn disk 13 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab, 13 Ford Flex. 1998 SLK230, 2009 Subaru Impreza Sport

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    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    I like my BXpanded forks. I also like my official kubota suicide knob.

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    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    I have a 23 also, its well outfitted, but one thing that is the Achilles heal is the hydro fan protection, I don't think you mention it, but a skid plate will keep him in the drivers sear and money in his pocket. I have the brotech skid, brush forks, backhoe spade, and thumb.
    The suicide knob is a must have, and the brush forks are very handy.
    Kubota BX-23, BH, FEL, MMM, Various Bro-tek attachments, Exmark Lazermark.
    ASME Certified welding inspector specializing in Visual, Mag Particle, Dye Penetrant, and Ultrasonics

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    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    The skid plate is a good idea.

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    Default Re: Kubota Xmas present?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomtint View Post
    The skid plate is a good idea.
    I second that!!
    Deano
    2006 BX24, 6' New Implements rake, Woods RB60 rear blade, Wallenstein thumb, Bro-Tek rear skid plate, home made front skid plate, W.R. Long flat tooth bar, 4' finishing mower (TPH), 4' box blade, post hole digger, New style seat!!!!! Country Manufacturing manure spreader, Agri-Fab drop spreader.

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