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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Moving amber flashers on BX25

    Just pulled the part numbers for the relocation peices from the grass catcher kit.
    $120.20 book list for 2 straps, 2 u-bolts, 4 nuts, and 2 harness'. Everything is available, but some would have to come from California and the others from Ohio.
    A little TOO spendy for my blood.
    Mike
    B7800 "Drowned Rat"
    It spent 6 weeks under water

  2. #22
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    Default Re: Moving amber flashers on BX25

    Well I finally got off my duff and got this mod done so I'm now just bringing closure to this very old thread. I fabricated some brackets and mounted the flashers up where they can be seen. I made the brackets so the flashers would be in front of the ROPS instead of between the uprights for side visibility. The photos show what was done. Thanks for looking.

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    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


  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsmiley View Post
    Well I finally got off my duff and got this mod done so I'm now just bringing closure to this very old thread. I fabricated some brackets and mounted the flashers up where they can be seen. I made the brackets so the flashers would be in front of the ROPS instead of between the uprights for side visibility. The photos show what was done. Thanks for looking.
    Nice job! Is there enough slack in the wiring to fold down the ROPS?

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    Kubota BX25, FEL, 60" MMM, Curtis cab with heat
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  4. #24
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    Default Re: Moving amber flashers on BX25

    Quote Originally Posted by rbarker View Post
    Nice job! Is there enough slack in the wiring to fold down the ROPS?
    Thanks, Bob. I ran the wire loom down the back of the ROPS so it's not a problem to fold it down, although it always stays up.
    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


  5. #25
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    BX2360 JD 425 jd 455

    Default Re: Moving amber flashers on BX25

    I put led strips on mine for $10, for the cool factor

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