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  1. #1
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    Default New BX 24 Delivery

    Dealer delivered my baby last week. It was better than Christmas. I'ts been raining here off and on every few days so I haven't had much tractor time. But I did manage to move about thirty six cy. of dirt left over from the pad site, blocking the concrete pads and driveway. I had a blast getting use to the controls and feel of this little monster. I think the horse in the last pix was developing a orange crush.

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    Silver Member Dog Lover's Avatar
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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    Looks real nice. I just got my new BX24 last Sat at 5:30 am. Had a blast all day Sat and it has rained ever since. Can't wait till this weekend as the list is growing of projects for this year.

    I was concerned that it would be too small, but boy was I wrong! It is just right for my needs and has plenty of power. I dug a trench in the drive and filled it back in, moved 3 tons of topsoil and removed some rocks from a garden bed. That would have taken two long days to do by hand..or longer !
    I am already making a set of slip on brushforks for it and am putting chain hooks on this weekend.
    Hope you find yours to be just right for you too. My BX still has my YUkon's spot in the garage...Hope the Yukon gets over it.....
    Dog Lover
    BX24, Brush forks, Bro Tek Skid Plate, Tuff Top Canopy, Walker MT Mower-48

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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    hd, wow your smoking me in the saddle. But I'm with you on the size and power points. This is a great little tractor and just right for a weekend warrior and I've read lots of post from contractors who feel the same. I turn a ear to a guy who earns a living with one, thats one of the reasions I love this site. Good advice from good people. Be shure and post your mods on your BX. I enjoy seeing everyones ideas.

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    Platinum Member Stef's Avatar
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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    Thanks for the pics. Nice machine. It's so pretty when all shiny. Have fun!
    Stef

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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    Quote Originally Posted by jimntex
    Dealer delivered my baby last week...
    Nice horse!
    Currently own a BX25 - Once had a BX24... a BX23... a BX22... and a B7100HSD... All great workhorses!

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    Silver Member Lynkage's Avatar
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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    SWEET!!

    It sure is a neat tractor. I bet it fits "where no other tractor has gone before"
    Kubota L48 W\Sims steel cab QA FEL 78" LP Bucket Curtis QA Plow Bradco QA Forks

    New KX 161-3 w/float angle blade a/c auto idle quick attach

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    Used 2002 Bobcat 863 turbo breaker came with 1000 hrs.

    Interstate DT 20 heavy equipment hauler weight 26,000 lbs.

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    used 1996 Ford F-superduty powerstroke flatbed work truck.

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    Platinum Member Stef's Avatar
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    Default Re: New BX 24 Delivery

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynkage
    SWEET!!

    It sure is a neat tractor. I bet it fits "where no other tractor has gone before"
    Warp 4... engage!
    Stef

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