Search:

Type: Posts; User: Gittyup; Keyword(s):

Results 1 to 100 of 3128
Page 1 of 32 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.09 seconds.

  1. Replies
    7
    Views
    564

    Re: JD 54" blade - OK for gravel?

    The X700 series is excellent on slopes. Not as good as my old 425, but still quite excellent. The 1-series might have to go only straight up/down. Depends. One man's slope is another man's...
  2. Replies
    30
    Views
    2,407

    Re: Trade CK35 for a CK2610?

    A much better deal.
  3. Replies
    5
    Views
    372

    Re: CK 3510 Tow Hooks

    I have two hooks on my bucket, welded on by the dealer. That let's you spread the load on the bucket better. Always use both to keep from twisted bucket. Mine are about 12" from each end. If you...
  4. Re: Was looking to buy a Kioti CK2610 but just got the word still no mid mount mower,

    Consider LS. They have a mid mount mower on a good size tractor.

    I own a Kioti CK25 and I wouldn't mow with it. Too heavy. Just compacts the lawn too much.

    The best mower tractor: John...
  5. Replies
    7
    Views
    564

    Re: JD 54" blade - OK for gravel?

    You can lock the blade to prevent the springs from tripping. In fact I've kept mine locked for over 20 years. As for moving gravel: Yes as long as it's loose gravel. The front blade is nearly...
  6. Replies
    80
    Views
    5,427

    Re: Would you buy your Kioti (or another) again?

    I don't know. I haven't ever read anything about a design change to the gasket. The failure is usually at cylinder 1, as the coolant passage is pretty close to the cylinder there. I suspect the...
  7. Replies
    80
    Views
    5,427

    Re: Would you buy your Kioti (or another) again?

    While I've had my issues, I don't think there isn't any other tractor out there in its size that will move earth like these CKs can. They are heavy beasts that can move serious amounts of material. ...
  8. Replies
    80
    Views
    5,427

    Re: Would you buy your Kioti (or another) again?

    I have a 2006 CK25 TLB with over 700 hours. Original owner. Backhoe is a Rhino 75. I can't decide if I'd buy Kioti again. It would probably depend on savings versus other brands because I have...
  9. Replies
    30
    Views
    2,407

    Re: Trade CK35 for a CK2610?

    New York State Steiner, Kioti, Kodiak, Bob-Cat, BCS, Linhai Authorized Dealer - Jim's Equipment Repair

    http://www.cozycab.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/2014-Kioti-Product-Sheet.pdf

    Kioti CK25,...
  10. Replies
    30
    Views
    2,407

    Re: Trade CK35 for a CK2610?

    Not really that clear. At least not to me. Anyway, they make a dealer-installed hard cab with heat,AC, wiper, etc for the CK35. FWIR, it's pretty nice...if still available.
  11. Replies
    30
    Views
    2,407

    Re: Trade CK35 for a CK2610?

    Why do the deal at all? Doesn't the CK35 do everything you need? On resale, many users will want that extra HP you are giving up.
  12. Replies
    27
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Should I buy this 425?

    On the grease jerks, make sure you get the u-joints inside the inside of the wheel wells, and the center pivot on the 4WS.

    And I didn't think you could put wheel weights on the AWS models. At...
  13. Re: Heard interesting (negative) Kioti issue from dealer who dropped them.

    I bought my tractor from Wallace Equipment in Lake Ariel, PA. He was all about Kioti. And both he and Kioti stepped up for me. I believe Wallace was selling a good many Kiotis back then. Then...
  14. Replies
    27
    Views
    1,908

    Re: Should I buy this 425?

    You got a steal, I think. I used a 425 for twenty years. You'll hate your old tractor in like 1 minute after using the 425. Great tractors, even if you do have to put a cam in it. Replace the bad...
  15. Re: Why could JD 425 use oil after replacing plastic with metal cam gear?

    The key might to find out where the oil is going. Is it burning it or leaking it? Does it smoke? Plugs look clean? The front seal can be problematic for leaking on these repairs. As can be...
  16. Loader Re: New CK3510 Rode Hard and maybe bent a little.. How easy is it to bend your loade

    I would take the grapple off and then look at the level of the loader arms.

    As for the stabilizers: don't push with the 3ph. You will break something.

    he solid bar stabilizers would help. ...
  17. Replies
    21
    Views
    1,649

    Re: Any happy CK35 owners?

    I'm a CK25 owner since 2006. While I've had some frustrations with the tractor, all but one was made right by Kioti. I have moved well over 1000 tons of dirt, stone, mulch, and more. Performed...
  18. Replies
    1
    Views
    646

    hydraulic dethatcher

    My latest contraption creation. I picked up this dethatcher on Craigslist. It was missing some parts to the lift mechanisms. So, I thought I'd just make it hyraulic actuated. I welded together a...
  19. Backhoe Re: Must I Allow Total Settling of Hydraulics When I Store My Backhoe?

    Mine is on a full body H-frame (Rhino 75 on a Kioti CK25). I just set the H-frame on some 6x6's. Put the stablizers down. Turn the tractor off before disconnecting lines. Relieve the lines with...
  20. Re: This a Gannon? Need to get a new acquision online

    Here's the original thread I started when I first bought it. This may be particularly useful as there are some photos of a box just like the OP's.
    ...
  21. Re: This a Gannon? Need to get a new acquision online

    I have a similar Gannon. All the lever/spring parts were gone on mine when I bought. Maybe a slightly different model, as mine used a torsion spring. I could not find anyone that knew where I...
  22. Replies
    5
    Views
    974

    Re: fan belt CK 25 Kioti

    Spanner has it right. You can take off and replace pretty easily. Just a bit of finesse getting it over the fan blade. Should take about 10 minutes.
  23. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,091

    Loader Re: funny thing happened on the way to the...

    Never had that happen to those pins. But my pin-on bucket originally used pins/rings and brush pulled them out few a times in very short order. I changed them out for nuts and bolts because I never...
  24. Re: Does anyone sell filter service kits for CK2610HST?

    Yeah. I got a clogged filter from them. Cost me a tremendous amount of work replacing the return hose Had to take the loader mounts off TWICE! Then a month later tractor blows a head gasket. I...
  25. Replies
    35
    Views
    6,849

    Re: Dang cracked fuel bowl

    Mine lasted 11 years. New one I just bought is milky and seems to be more pliable.
  26. Thread: Skid plate

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    157
    Views
    25,606

    Re: Skid plate

    Didn't Michigan Iron make a skid plate for the CK's?
  27. Re: Looking to Upgrade an L130 to either x500 or x700 Series - Need Advice

    I use suitcase weights hanging on the front as my grill guard. Much more functional even if not quite the same kind of protection.

    The one thing I don't like about these tractors is the hood. ...
  28. Re: Looking to Upgrade an L130 to either x500 or x700 Series - Need Advice

    I use suitcase weights hanging on the front as my grill guard. Much more functional even if not quite the same kind of protection.
  29. Re: Looking to Upgrade an L130 to either x500 or x700 Series - Need Advice

    3pt hitch attachments for the x7 series are simply any CAT1 implement. That makes them about as cheap as you can find, with many used implements available all the time. I have several. None were...
  30. Replies
    21
    Views
    2,595

    Re: Thoughts on JD 425

    Most replace the water pump, oil pump, governor gear and all the o-rings and gaskets while in there. If also replaced push rods, tappets, valve seals and springs. The toughest part is the front...
  31. Replies
    21
    Views
    2,595

    Re: Thoughts on JD 425

    Just to clarify some of the differences in between models. The 425 and 445 are identical except the 445 is fuel injected and the 425 is carb. The FI yields about 5 more HP (25 HP vs 20 HP) and...
  32. Replies
    21
    Views
    2,595

    Re: Thoughts on JD 425

    I now have an X739 and the mower deck on it is much better than the one on my old 425. Not that the deck was bad on the 425, but the new one spins faster and cuts cleaner with less clogging.
  33. Replies
    21
    Views
    2,595

    Re: Thoughts on JD 425

    I used one for 20 years. Loved that tractor. It's a grass cutting machine. And good at snow too, if you put chains on it. I did have to put a new cam in it at just shy of 1000 hours. It was '94....
  34. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Picked up the tractor today after 4 weeks and 3 days. I really have no quarrel with the dealer over their costs. Seem reasonable. Price included a new tie rod that was $189 of the cost. The...
  35. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Update. They finally completed the repair on my tractor after 4 weeks plus one day. Total is $1416. I haven't picked it up yet nor seen an itemized list of what was done/replaced. I do know they...
  36. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Got an estimate for the repair. Close to $1500. Mechanic said one cylinder was scored and would require machining.
  37. Replies
    19
    Views
    2,047

    Re: DK35 Coolant issue

    Mine is in the shop now for a head gasket. Still waiting on the estimate to repair. At least the OP got 2000 hours before it gave out. Mine is less than 700 hours.
  38. Buying Advice Re: Newbie needs buying advice, starting near square 1

    It struck me that the OP was looking too big, also. I would think you'd want something that fits nicely in an orchard. One thing that might push to bigger, is loader capacity. If there is a need...
  39. Replies
    8
    Views
    1,123

    Price Check Re: 1996 John Deere 445 current value?

    I sold my 425 AWS 4 years ago for $3200. It had about 1200 hours on it, a new Cam, seat, and gauge wheels, and belt on a 54" deck. It was very clean and well cared for. I would think you could get...
  40. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Kioti did step up on the injector and loader issues. Both were under warranty. But they both still cost me money and considerable down time. The problem with the head gasket is that it's a known...
  41. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    I just online priced a JD 2038R. Real nice tractor, with the typical JD advancements. But, ouch! It's expensive. Don't know what I'm going to do when I get my tractor back. I'd like to sell it. ...
  42. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Until now, I never had any overheating issues. Tractor always ran between the dots. Other failures:

    Injector pump. Loader failure. Remote detent failure. Cracked fuel bowl. Loader float...
  43. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Look it up. It is common, by my standards, and shown to be a marginal design. For years, I stood by Kioti. Defended them; Championed them. Convince others to buy. But this is unacceptable. I...
  44. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    If a car blew a head gasket with no more use that my tractor, or even twice that, it would be a piece of junk. My car has more than 5,000 hours on it. No blown head gasket. No injector failure. No...
  45. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    I dropped off the tractor with the dealer today. I ran it just enough to get the backhoe off and load it on/off the trailer. It just started puffing white smoke as I rode it onto the trailer bed. ...
  46. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Re: Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    Reservoir gurgle constantly after starting, and continues to gurgle for several seconds after shutdown. Now it's staying hot. So I've shut it down until I can get it to shop.
  47. Replies
    32
    Views
    4,167

    Blown head gasket? Can I use it?

    I may have a blown head gasket. A lot of gurgling in the coolant reservoir and I've had to add about 1/2 gallon of coolant even though the tractor has just been sitting. Temp gauge, until now, has...
  48. Replies
    21
    Views
    10,712

    Re: Anyone know what's up with Wallace Tractor?

    I'm sorry for your misfortunes, Rick. Divorce can be so ugly. I wish you luck and hope to see a new Wallace venture in the very near future.
  49. Replies
    14
    Views
    7,635

    Re: New X739 en route....

    The HDAPs are excellent in the snow because they don't load up easily. And AWS is a huge advantage when using a front blade. If the front wheels get light on the snow, you can still steer with the...
  50. Re: Deere site reviews indicate the X754 has overheating issues. Why not X750 or X75

    The x700's have the same basic cooling design as their predecessor, the 400 series. The 400's are great tractors. Rock solid reliability. Many 25+ years old and going strong still. They too...
  51. Replies
    181
    Views
    33,367

    Chipper Re: pto driven wood chippers

    The unit I recommended has a horizontal chipper input plus a big vertical hopper for quick brush disposal. And, of course, you can put brush in the chipper input if you want (but the hopper is many...
  52. Replies
    181
    Views
    33,367

    Chipper Re: pto driven wood chippers

    Why not?
  53. Replies
    181
    Views
    33,367

    Chipper Re: pto driven wood chippers

    I have a bush hog brand (rebranded goossen) with a big hopper feeding a hammer shredder for branches under 1.25" and a chipper chute for 5" stuff. I love the shredder. Most of what I chip is small...
  54. Thread: belt squeal

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    10
    Views
    2,148

    Re: belt squeal

    After tightening the belt, the squeal went away. But, I knew I was on borrowed time. So, I changed it today. Pretty easy. No issues so far. I'll keep the old one as an emergency standby.
  55. Thread: belt squeal

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    10
    Views
    2,148

    Re: belt squeal

    Good to know Vic. Thanks.
  56. Thread: belt squeal

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    10
    Views
    2,148

    Re: belt squeal

    Hours are 650.
  57. Thread: belt squeal

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    10
    Views
    2,148

    belt squeal

    Tractor just had a full service and going over. I just changed all fluids, and oil, hydraulic, gas, and air filters. Lubricated all moving joints with fluid film, and greased every zerk good. ...
  58. Replies
    66
    Views
    7,858

    Re: Kyoti CK35 HST hydraulic woe's from a newby

    Is your PTO in neutral? I think that's all that it controls on the HST tractors. Maybe your problem is with the PTO.
  59. Replies
    36
    Views
    7,802

    Re: To Buy Or Not To Buy Kioti CK2610

    I have a CK25 and love it. But I wouldn't mow with it. Too heavy, too big. Would be fine for big open fields and bush hogging. But, the best mowing tractor is the JD X700 series. Way safer on...
  60. Replies
    66
    Views
    7,858

    Re: Kyoti CK35 HST hydraulic woe's from a newby

    You are right about steering pump. It could easily still work. I forgot that it's a separate pump. Both pumps do share the same fluid, so it isn't likely to be the filter either. I would try...
  61. Replies
    66
    Views
    7,858

    Re: Kyoti CK35 HST hydraulic woe's from a newby

    I would expect to lose power steering too if it were the pump. Doesn't sound good. Pump is like $1300 U.S. I'd at least try a $50 filter first. Does the tractor seem like it loses power when you...
  62. Replies
    66
    Views
    7,858

    Re: Kyoti CK35 HST hydraulic woe's from a newby

    Also disconnect and reconnect the loader quick connects. You might want to install a loopback bypass hose on the remotes. That will tell you if it's in the hoe. If it's whining something is...
  63. Replies
    13
    Views
    3,135

    Re: CK 35 hydraulic filter protection

    That rail looks about like my backhoe ladder frame, which is what I rely on to protect the filter.
  64. Replies
    13
    Views
    3,135

    Re: CK 35 hydraulic filter protection

    I think Michigan Iron used to make and sell a protective shield for that filter. Might want to check them. I've seen other homemade versions from expanded metal.
  65. Thread: loader control

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    7
    Views
    1,307

    Loader Re: loader control

    It's a good idea to while you have it apart to lube the balls good. I used thread lock on that screw to keep it held tight.
  66. Thread: X710 va X730

    by Gittyup
    Replies
    6
    Views
    2,676

    Re: X710 va X730

    I've owned a carbed 425 and now an X739, plus I have a diesel Kioti. It's hard to judge on fuel consumption between my 2 JD's. The X739 seems to use more fuel, but it also pushes 5 more HP. ...
  67. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    My thoughts exactly.
  68. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    I actually went to a Kioti dealer first. They were out of filters. And I really wasn't aware that tractorjoe was selling non-oem parts. My own fault though.
  69. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    That wasn't me in the referenced thread. The filter I got was a TRAC brand in black. And to update. I put the OEM filter on and the new hose. Reassembled the tractor and used it for 2.5 hours...
  70. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Drove the 40 minutes to Kioti and got an OEM filter and the hose. Hose was like the BC one, not as heavy as the original. I changed the filter out and noticed that the OEM required way less turns...
  71. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    I'm not sure if sucking in and rupturing or pushing out. After rupture, it is pushed out. The space between the hard lines is like 1/2" or so, leaving very little hose exposed to pressure. I'm...
  72. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Well, I thought all was well. Hadn't really used the tractor after the repair. Just exercised the loader and backhoe a bit and drove it around the yard. Then parked it for the past few weeks. So,...
  73. Replies
    28
    Views
    7,566

    Re: Hydraulic Oil (CK2610)

    I've always just hand tightened. Never a leak. And I use a strap wrench to remove it. I also use TSC universal tractor fluid, but mine is not HST.
  74. Re: John Deere's current quality and manufacturer support?

    I had a 425 with the plastic gear. It lasted 19 years, and 1000 hours before it failed. Not a great thing. But, in the 19 years I spent $75 total on repairs until the CAM gave out. I would say it...
  75. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Update. I got the hose from Bobcat. It was $2.38. I was pleased when I saw they were opening a store less than a mile from my house. And this is why. Tractor back together and functioning once...
  76. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    I'm checking with bobcat tomorrow. Hard to get to most of these kind of places during the week due to work.
  77. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    I tried the auto parts stores, and TSC. No one had this kind of hose. It is metal jacketed hydraulic hose about an inch in diameter (ID).
  78. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Yeah. Suppliers could do us all a service and offer something other than UPS. UPS is too expensive for small parts. USPS is as fast or faster than UPS ground and costs much less. For $18 he could...
  79. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Yes. Part 13. Failure may have been chafing. The braid on the back side (toward alternator) was badly frayed. But there was no apparent chafing of the rubber. I know it's on the low pressure...
  80. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Thanks. I found the part on MIE. $8 in parts and $18 to ship. No way shipping should be that much on 1/4 lb order. Since it likely won't get processed until Monday, I'm going to stop in at the...
  81. Re: hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    It's a 10 year old tractor. So, I guess it's time for hoses to start failing. This hose is in a particularly bad spot, sandwiched behind the loader mounting frame and the engine compartment. The...
  82. hydraulic hose on main line to/from filter/pump

    Today I changed the hydraulic fluid in my CK25 gear. When I started the tractor and began circulating the new fluid, the big hose (~27 mm ID) on the main line from the filter ruptured. I had to...
  83. Replies
    17
    Views
    12,490

    Re: used ck35hst vs. new ck2610

    I have a Rhino 75 backhoe. It's a good hoe. But mine runs of the tractor pump. No reason to get a PTO pump driven one when the tractor has plenty of hydraulics and you can outfit with rear remotes...
  84. Replies
    47
    Views
    14,752

    Re: New X758 Coming

    That's on my to-do list. I have the aerator. Just trying to find time to build the cylinder part.
  85. Replies
    4
    Views
    1,040

    Re: How High RPM On CK3510

    I can get to about 2900 or so. But, I couldn't when I first got the tractor. The throttle was sticky. I adjusted it where the cable fed through the cowling into the engine compartment. ...
  86. Chipper Re: 3 point chipper advice. Kioti CK27HST 20hp pto

    Here's the Goossen with the chute.

    https://municibid.com/NetworkedContent/listingImages/20141120/2b38cedd-3138-4d78-9f8b-1efe6b40403e_fullsize.jpg

    And without chute (like mine except mine is...
  87. Chipper Re: 3 point chipper advice. Kioti CK27HST 20hp pto

    Yeah the shredder is awesome. Big hopper. Easy to feed, even heavily branched stuff. I ran a bunch of apple through it and it was great with the way apple is so branchy. I bought mine off of CL...
  88. Replies
    57
    Views
    13,280

    Re: Kioti CK2610 TLB

    Yeah. Watch the loader on uneven ground or tractor will turn into a teeter-toter..... or worse: flip over on you. Keep the loader square to the hills when dumping, and as low as possible at all...
  89. Chipper Re: 3 point chipper advice. Kioti CK27HST 20hp pto

    I have a bush hog brand CP110 or something like that. It is a rebranded Goossen. It does 5" branches in the chipper. No power feed. But what I like is the shredder. The shredder uses a big...
  90. Replies
    57
    Views
    13,280

    Re: Kioti CK2610 TLB

    nice. Be careful on those hills. You're going to get a lot done now!
  91. Re: How to Grapple without a Grapple - Pictures please

    Sorry. I don't own one and haven't used one. So, can't comment or recommend. There are only a few options, as I understand it, like ATI. But, I'm sure if you search for "bolt-on grapple" you'll...
  92. Re: How to Grapple without a Grapple - Pictures please

    Many options: toothbar, chain-on or clamp-on forks, QA or bolt-on forks, a modified carry-all on the 3pt hitch, a long rope to tie up a huge pile and then drag it. If I were spending money to do...
  93. Replies
    57
    Views
    13,280

    Re: Kioti CK2610 TLB

    There are things you can add to the 3PH to make it easier. I have the older CK25 with telescopic 3PH. When I bought it I didn't appreciate the value of such a thing. Now after many hook ups, I've...
  94. Replies
    76
    Views
    39,235

    Re: Have you seen the new CK2610?

    I thought it is one foot of implement per 5 engine HP. At least most size recommendations I've seen support that ratio, roughly. I know there are many Kioti users that are quite happy with their...
  95. Replies
    76
    Views
    39,235

    Re: Have you seen the new CK2610?

    tiller, bush hog, finish mower, snow blower. So, you just size them to work with the HP you have. On a 2610 that would be no bigger than 5' implements. Maybe 6' on a finish mower.
  96. Replies
    76
    Views
    39,235

    Re: Have you seen the new CK2610?

    Yep, my ol' CK25 is a beast for earth engagement. Never lacking for power there. And PTO power has been good for the two uses I tried: post hole digging & wood chipper/shredder. Though a 5"...
  97. Replies
    76
    Views
    39,235

    Re: Have you seen the new CK2610?

    Loaded tires may not be enough counterweight by itself for a 1600+ lb load. I have loaded Industrials. The have kept me planted pretty good with 1200 lb loads. However, for me, if doing again, I...
  98. Comparison Re: The right tractor for snow removal and maintaining property

    Isn't this a no brainer now? The Kioti is more tractor (except for HP) and costs less over the life of the loan.
  99. Replies
    76
    Views
    39,235

    Re: Have you seen the new CK2610?

    Shouldn't even be comparing a 2610 loader to a 2510 loader. Tractor frames are different, and so are the loaders. The KL130B is the old loader in the frame size, and that is the comparison loader to...
  100. Replies
    54
    Views
    14,349

    Re: Looked at First Kioti today......

    I think that's an excellent deal on the Kioti. Sounds exactly like my reasoning: size & hydraulics more important than PTO HP. You'll be happy with it. Just don't expect it to jerk giant tree...
Results 1 to 100 of 3128
Page 1 of 32 1 2 3 4
© 2017 TractorByNet.com. TractorByNet is a registered trademark of IMC Digital Universe, Inc. Other trademarks on this page are the property of their respective owners.