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  1. #1
    Silver Member
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    Sep 2010
    South Texas
    Kubota B2650 with cab

    Default My new tractor

    As some of you have read, I decided to upgrade from a BX 25 to a B 2920 and I now have almost three hours on the new tractor. I am very happy with my decision. First, I was not really using the back hoe (except to do work for others) and second, I wanted more power for increase hydraulics capability. The B 2930 is every bit as maneuverable as the BX was and has more ground clearance. It is also shorter from the ground to the top of the ROPS so I am hitting fewer overhanging tree branches. I also like the three speed HST and now having to worry about the fragile transmission fan that the BX had and I had a BX expanded belly armor plate on mine. So far the only thing I would AND WILL change on the B2920 is the seat as it has the same poor seat as my BX has. I will go to the new seat that the BX 25 D has.

    My new aerator/plugger from Everything Attachments works great on the "B" as does my Continental Belton 50 gal sprayer. I ordered it with the quick detachable FEL bucket and have a fork lift style attachment coming.

    My mods so far are overhead work lights both front and back, a fiberglass canopy, my dash mounted cel phone mount and a switch panel to handle the lights and my 12 volt pigtail for the sprayer pump. I have also mounted eye bolts in the already drilled in the front chassis. Almost forgot I have re-enforced the top of the FEL bucket and mounted chain hooks and a receiver receptacle

    Mods in the works are a back up camera (to many discs missing in my neck and spine), A NEW SEAT, fire extinguisher and a bracket to retain a hand rake. I may also come up with a container to hold a length of chain.

    I will post pictures as I have time

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    Super Member dragoneggs's Avatar
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    Jun 2013
    Seabeck, Washington
    Kubota BX-25D, Z122RKW-42, and JD LTR166 Lawn Tractor

    Default Re: My new tractor

    Just got the BX25D so I am not sure I want to follow this thread. I really wrestled with whether I would have the power I needed but I am on just an acre and half. Problem for me is the slope. Will follow and learn though. First time tractor owner so don't listen to me.

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