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  1. Re: SOAPSTONE - counters, sinks, etc. advice/discussion requested.

    When building eight years ago we considered both granite and soapstone.

    Discussing counters with builder, we prioritized low maintenance, as this is our retirement home.

    We went with SILESTONE,...
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    Re: Still Waiting....

    "PERFECT" is good.
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    Re: Need help setting Trim for two disc plow

    If above is not the problem, there is a chance one of your Lifting Rod stirrups is pin-set higher or lower than its mate on the opposite side. "Normally" right and left Lifting Rod stirrups should...
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    Re: Need help setting Trim for two disc plow

    WELCOME.
    GOOD FIRST POST.
    PICTURES ALWAYS AID DIAGNOSIS.

    You level all Three Point Hitch mounted implements left-to-right by adjusting length of the right Lifting Rod.

    Lifting Rods, right and...
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    Re: Compact tractor for an orchard

    $63,000 with no options, at factory in Augusta, Georgia.

    It is a nice tractor, though plain.
    If I were buying, I would add some bling.
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    Re: Compact tractor for an orchard

    How much land?

    What orchard crop?

    What spacing between rows?

    What kind of soil?

    Will you be working sloped ground, in which case tractor stability must be considered, or only work on flat...
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    Buying Advice Re: What to look for, where to look....

    Every Finish Mower I know of has rubber V-belt drive to the spindles. You cannot cut grass longer than 5" with Finish Mowers, the V-belts belts slip, concomitantly the blades stop.


    Every...
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    Buying Advice Re: What to look for, where to look....

    The chassis common to Kubota L4060/L4760/L5060/L5460/L6060, (and preceding Grand L models) same chassis shared with the Kubota MX series, provides an operating station that is unusually spacious. I...
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    Buying Advice Re: What to look for, where to look....

    Someone help deniedforbenf with topic SNOW ~~~~~~~~
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    Buying Advice Re: What to look for, where to look....

    Consider this brilliant advice:



    L2501 (2) : http://www.kubota.com/product/LSeries/L2501.aspx...
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    Buying Advice Re: What to look for, where to look....

    To operate a six foot Bush Hog, you will need a tractor of 45-horsepower gross. If you want to mount a wider Bush Hog, or cut unusually long grass, you need more horsepower. Tractors in...
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    Re: Priced a new Kubota L2501 with implements

    Harry Ferguson invented the Three Point Hitch in bits, between WWI and WWII. Ferguson took out international patents on everything, completed about 1936. Since Ferguson's patents expired in...
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    RE: L2501 as a mowing tractor: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/buying-pricing-comparisons/370523-warning-those-considering-gear-drive.html
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    Re: Priced a new Kubota L2501 with implements

    Second your motion.
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    Brilliant. Wish I had written that.
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    My L3560 ROPS is 86" FOLDED. Take a tape measure when you visit tractor dealers. MEASURE TWICE.

    Specs in brochures and web sites are for ROPS folded. Tractor widths are always with (narrow)...
  17. Thread: new member

    by jeff9366
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    Re: new member

    There is a GARDEN TRACTOR specific Forum on T-B-N. Hit the FORUM button at top of page, then cursor way down.

    Copy you post into the GARDEN TRACTOR FORUM. You will have much better response.
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    Research height of all tractors you consider with ROPS up. I have to fold ROPS every time I put L3560 in the garage. ROPS is pretty heavy after a five hour session on the tractor on a hot Florida...
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    What are your personal dimensions? What is the max length of grass you expect to cut?

    L4701 would do fine for a 6' (possibly 7') mower but I find the operating station cramped when sitting on...
  20. Front-End Loader Re: Anyone try Titan's new XL Chain-On Quick Spade?

    I have a lot of experience with Bucket Solutions' Bucket Spade, which weighs 110 pounds.

    My immediate reaction is that 62 pounds is not much weight, but Titan is offering a warranty and is a...
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    Re: Need Tractor Advice...Pics of Land Attached

    Presuming you will be happy spending five hours mowing your land with a six foot Bush Hog, however many times per year, you need a tractor of 45-horsepower gross. If you want to pull a wider Bush...
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    Re: HST vs Manual trans

    LINK TO T-B-N ARCHIVE; HST VERSUS GEAR: hst vs gear transmission - Google Search
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    Re: Trying to find the best tractor for the job

    LINK: TractorData.com John Deere 4020 tractor information

    90" wide with R1/ag tires. Probably eight feet wide with R4/industrial tires.
    Specs do NOT show power steering.

    DEMONLLAMA: I...
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    Re: Trying to find the best tractor for the job

    Good advice.

    Have you considered fuel consumption for this gasser? My experience is all with diesels, but I will speculate three gallons per hour when mowing. That requires carrying and pouring...
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    Re: Trying to find the best tractor for the job

    2-WD for loader work isn't much good. Loading the bucket usually requires ramming the FEL bucket into piles at speed, which puts a big strain on FEL hydraulics. Once you lift the full bucket in...
  26. Snow Re: Is adding max weight to a Grand L a good idea.

    Good reasoning FALLON; better than mine.
    Load the R1s, bolt on iron wheel weights.
    No sarcasm. I have converted to your recommendations.
  27. Snow Re: Is adding max weight to a Grand L a good idea.

    INTERESTING ~~~

    Kubota Grand L Operator's Manual, Page 82, TIRES, WHEELS AND BALLAST

    Same size R4/indurstrial tires are spec'ed for all four, four cylinder Grand Ls = 17.5-24.

    Different size...
  28. Snow Re: Is adding max weight to a Grand L a good idea.

    Variations in recommendations are to be expected here.

    Personally, as you have R1/ag tires, 3/4 filled with liquid, I think 800 pounds of Three Point Hitch counterbalance should be ample, ample...
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    Re: LP quickhitch for bx

    The implements for a BX are not very heavy.

    Have you considered the purchase of a six foot, iron Spud Bar to help you leverage around implements that crucial 1/4" relatively easily?

    Most Spud...
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    Re: Generator backup power

    Consider a tractor PTO powered electrical generator.
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    Buying Advice Re: BX23SLSB-R with wood chipper?

    I have a cousin in Coupevdlle, Whidbey Island, with a 1940's Ferguson tractor.

    There is an itinerant tractor mechanic on Whidbey Island who my cousin has found quite good at repairs and fairly...
  32. Snow Re: Is adding max weight to a Grand L a good idea.

    The Grand L tractors have adjustable rear wheel widths. One of the nice features justifying Grand L elevated price. There are four widths available on the four larger Grand Ls with R1 tires, from...
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    Re: Shredding bush and tree roots

    I maintain a burn pit for yard debris from 60 homes, plus a large common area with woodland trails. A lot of yard debris goes into the pit. Green debris rarely drys more than three days after it...
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    Re: Shredding bush and tree roots

    PTO powered tractor chippers rely on extremely sharp blades to chip material. If you attempt to chip verdure including dirt chipper blades will dull in a few seconds. Sharpening knives requires...
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    Re: Grand L 5460 vs 6060 Hp?

    Optimal mass production encourages various shared components between MX series and the four larger Grand Ls, probably starting with the bare chassis, possibly including the four cylinder engine...
  36. Thread: Rototilling

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    Re: Rototilling

    That looks very nice.


    And how did you charge for seventeen acres?

    By the job? How much?

    By the hour? Same hourly rate for mowing and tilling? How many hours total?

    How do you charge...
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    Re: Best place to buy 5' box blade

    Backwards. Five teeth have more float than four teeth. Five teeth will more evenly scar ground but four teeth will penetrate tough ground deeper.

    (Same way that a Disc Harrow with 9" spacing...
  38. Comparison Re: Used Choices - Kubota L3710 or L4330 - Need Your Advice Please

    TractorData.com L4330: TractorData.com Kubota L433 tractor information

    I like tractor weight.
    I do not know what year Kubota started with the HST/PLUS transmission but it is worth quite a lot,...
  39. Thread: Rototilling

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Rototilling

    What about your travel time, each way?

    What if you pull up with your truck, trailer and tractor and the gate is locked?

    What if you get fifteen feet of buried barbed wire wrapped around the...
  40. Thread: Rototilling

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    Re: Rototilling

    There are several good threads here examining the cost of operating a compact utility tractor.

    A considerable variable is whether you service tractor yourself and how you value your time doing the...
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    Re: Best place to buy 5' box blade

    Here are some relevant Box Blade threads from the T-B-N archive, to get you started:
    buy five foot Box Blade site:tractorbynet.com - Google Search


    What brand of tractor is an XJ2025? What...
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    Re: Seat belts for my L3940

    You can buy retracting seat belts from your Kubota dealer.

    I disliked them. Retracting mech too easily clogged with dust when Bush Hogging.

    I now have a 2-POINT CHROME LIFT LATCH (#1800-60)...
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    Re: Grand L 5460 vs 6060 Hp?

    We have a mostly free market in the USA for tractors and other goods.

    Suppliers can charge what prices they wish, to be profitable for their workers, distributors and shareholders.

    Consumers ...
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    Re: Grand L 5460 vs 6060 Hp?

    Probably with some increase in cooling capacity.
  45. Re: Single Plow Attachment for a Massey Ferguson subcompact

    You tractor is too light to pull a Disc Harrow that will be effective.

    A PTO powered Roto-tiller will be MUCH more effective.


    MORE: Disc Harrow or roto-tiller site:tractorbynet.com - Google...
  46. Re: To till or not to till on small vegetable farm?

    Have you seen the Unverferth PERFECTA in operation?

    VIDEO: Cultivating with a Perfecta - YouTube
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    Buying Advice Re: What Tractor to Upgrade to?

    I would experiment with all-weather rear tire chains on your current LS J2023 before putzing around with someone else's used tractor.
    Before buying chains you need to determine if there is chain...
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    Buying Advice Re: What Tractor to Upgrade to?

    Tier IV pollution controls added $4,000 to my L3560 over predecessor L3540 with Tier III.

    Tough price increase on 30-horsepower. Still tough, but less tough, on 35-horsepower.
    No Tier IV on...
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    Re: L35 3 point hitch - will L39 parts work

    Photo #2, Photo #5

    I notice L35 has three holes in the Lifting Rod stirrups on both left and right side. You have adjustment pins in middle holes. I suggest Ring Cotters to secure those pins. ...
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    Price Check Re: rtv 400 or 500

    The HST transmission that comes on the RTV500 is well worth its cost.

    At times I pull a lot of weight with mine.

    My engine cannot be described as very quiet. I wear ear muffs all the time.
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    Re: Disc size for 35 HP tractor?

    New Holland Workmaster 35 / TractorData.com: TractorData.com New Holland Workmaster 35 tractor information


    Ground Contact implements cut relative to weight per unit of width. Disc Harrow...
  52. Buying Advice Re: Tractor advice for agroforestry farm in Greece

    In my experience it is cheaper to burn tree debris and buy chips. The cost in time to keep a tractor chipper serviceable, after the first year, exceeds the cost of buying chips by the truckload. ...
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    Re: Scheduled Downtime

    My wife says: "You will like it." "It will be GOOD for you."
    Like the Guillotine is good for anyone.

    How about repairing Font Size 2, so it actually sizes?

    I need Font Size 2 so I can be...
  54. Buying Advice Re: Tractor advice for agroforestry farm in Greece

    Few doing ag work find a tractor PTO powered chipper efficient. Too much maintenance required for minimal value of chips. Most with ag enterprises burn. I had a high-end Wallenstein chipper. Sold...
  55. Buying Advice Re: Tractor advice for agroforestry farm in Greece

    Mitsubishi MT27D is not imported into the US, therefore it does not show up on TractorData.com.

    There is no ROPS (Rollover Protection Structure). I would have dealer install. It may save your...
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    Re: Scheduled Downtime

    Its probably going to be Robespierre, the Guillotine and The Terror........
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    Re: BX23, RCK54-22BX, GCK60-BX ?'s

    I presume you are speaking to RING COTTERS. RING COTTERS are used because brush will not pull them out.
    Grease them lightly. Have the pin positioned so there is not friction against the RING...
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    Tire Selection Re: Anyone go from R1 to bar-turf and regret it?

    Next time, post all the tire information molded into the tire sidewall.
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    Tire Selection Re: Anyone go from R1 to bar-turf and regret it?

    You seem uncertain what tires are on tractor in photo.

    While it would be unusual, they may be radial tractor tires.

    Tractor radials are expensive. Radials are normally operated at very low...
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    Tire Selection Re: Anyone go from R1 to bar-turf and regret it?

    What is a bar turf to you? Bar-turf is not a standard, understandable tire term.

    Why do you wish to replace your R1/ag tires, sometimes termed 'bar' tires?
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    Disc Harrow Re: Disc Size for John Deere 950?

    I agree with you.

    I believe the thin pan, angle iron frame Disc the OP is considering will ineffectually roll over the surface, collecting a few rocks and chunks of wood between the pans in the...
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    Re: Food plot, in a round about way...

    Angle Iron frame Disc Harrows seldom have adjustable gang angles. If you had a box frame Disc Harrow the gang angles could be adjusted less aggressively for a second pass and the output would be a...
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    Loader Re: Front end loader maintenance

    First you need to attempt to determine if Zerks are metric or inch threads. On my Kubota Grand L, assembled in Japan, the chassis Zerks are uniformly metric. The Kubota loader, manufactured in...
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    Disc Harrow Re: Disc Size for John Deere 950?

    Angle iron Discs usually have small, THIN pans, 16" or 18". Most angle iron frame Discs have 7" pan spacing. Operating width between pans is reduced by whatever gang angle is set as default. ...
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    Disc Harrow Re: Disc Size for John Deere 950?

    Keep in mind draft force resisting the tractor and Disc Harrow width are variable, depending on gang angle adjustment.

    The more aggressively the gang angles are set/swept back, the narrower the...
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    Disc Harrow Re: Disc Size for John Deere 950?

    You can probably pull a Disc Harrow with 20" diameter pans behind the Deere 950. Keep in mind draft force resisting the tractor and Disc Harrow width are variable, depending on gang angle...
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    Re: Ugh...I'm so sick of John deere...need help

    As a retired small business owner I agree with buickanddeere. I would like to hear Deere's side.

    Were I an attorney, I would want at least $4,000 retainer after the first meeting.
  68. Re: New L5460 being delivered to the dealer after a month of waiting

    Grand Ls are manufactured and assembled in Japan.

    All (tractor) loaders and backhoes are manufactured in Georgia, then shipped worldwide.
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    Dirt Moving Re: Tooth Bar Advice

    Home: Forum: Kubota: Kubota Owning/Operating: Dirt Moving Tooth Bar Advice




    In this post you intimate that a Ratchet rake is not versatile, without first hand experience using one. Based on...
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    Dirt Moving Re: Tooth Bar Advice

    Have you ever used a Ratchet Rake?
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    Dirt Moving Re: Tooth Bar Advice

    Here is a search of the TBN archive using the term "BOX BLADE FOR KUBOTA B":
    Google
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    Dirt Moving Re: Tooth Bar Advice

    No. I am a seventy year old Florida retiree, who tractors several days per week on 200 acres. I have more time than most to contribute here.

    T-B-N is an information site.
    The OP is new; he has...
  73. Thread: Why

    by jeff9366
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    Flat Proofing Re: Why

    R1/ag tires are usually four-ply, although available in six-ply.

    R4/industril tires are usually six-ply, also available in eight ply and ten ply.

    R4 tires with LINERS installed should be just...
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    Dirt Moving Re: Tooth Bar Advice

    6/09/2016

    This post concerns Ratchet Rakes Vs. light Box Blades, such as the 60" Land Pride BB1260/346 pounds/69 pounds per foot.

    I searched for the weight of kubota L3301 bucket but could not...
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    Re: Best way to get this new yard to come in

    Spot application with a hand sprayer should be fine. Roundup/Glycophosphate is gone in ten days.
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    Re: Best way to get this new yard to come in

    Consider a one or two gallon hand sprayer and one container each of Roundup/Glycophosphate and 2, 4-D herbicide for initial weed control. You do not have to use your tractor for everything.

    In...
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    Re: L6060 Ground Clearance Questions

    I have not had a problem with either the fuel tank nor hydraulic hoses since tractor arrived during January 2013.

    When using Rotary Cutter in Florida jungle, twice have had HST wires pulled off...
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    Re: First use of ratchet rake

    I have clamp-on aluminum Debris Forks by Hayne's but find the blunt forks of the attachment tend to push piled brush in front of the attachment, unless brush is against a tree, or pick up quite a...
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    Re: Upgrading from BX to B

    The BX has a Category I LIMITED Three Point Hitch, or some do, so the frames have different dimensions. Before implementing your plan, contact Woods and determine which larger Kubotas the BH6000...
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    Re: First use of ratchet rake

    MORE: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/375397-ratchet-rake-today.html?highlight=
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    Re: New Firestone radials on M7040.

    How many "ply" are radials? Are ply layers optional? I do considerable work around our community burn pile, which is trashy at times.

    Do you think radials are as puncture resistant as R4s?
  82. Re: New L5460 being delivered to the dealer after a month of waiting

    Unless you are going to use a Moldboard Plow, spread between tires is not critical.

    If you have existing implements, spread to be sure tires are within width of widest implements.
    If you will buy...
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    Re: New Firestone radials on M7040.

    DOGS:

    WHY DO radials give you a dramatic increase in pulling power? Obviously bigger cleats but what other reasons?

    Are radials ever filled with liquid, or always air?

    I have some cloudy...
  84. Re: New L5460 being delivered to the dealer after a month of waiting

    DECIDE WHEEL SPREAD - WHEELS SHIP UNATTACHED TO CHASSIS

    With R1/ag tires dealer can attach rear wheels to provide any one of four wheel widths.

    With R4/industrial tires dealer can attach rear...
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    Buying Advice Re: Seeking advice on a first tractor

    Ratchet Rake LINK: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/375397-ratchet-rake-today.html

    You can order a Ratchet Rake from the T-B-N STORE, button at top of this page. TSC sells the...
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    Front-End Loader Re: Ratchet Rake // Today

    6/09/2016

    This post concerns Ratchet Rakes Vs. light Box Blades, such as the 60" Land Pride BB1260/346 pounds/69 pounds per foot.

    I searched for the weight of kubota L3301 bucket but could not...
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    Re: First use of ratchet rake

    You may have read this:


    6/09/2016

    This post concerns Ratchet Rakes Vs. light Box Blades, such as the 60" Land Pride BB1260/346 pounds/69 pounds per foot.

    I searched for the weight of...
  88. Thread: L3560

    by jeff9366
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    Re: L3560

    Congratulations.

    Here is a thread on the few custom touches I made to my L3560:
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/customization/316605-kubota-l3560-rear-storage.html?highlight=

    A Bucket Spade...
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    Buying Advice Re: Seeking advice on a first tractor

    Kubota includes quite a few worthwhile goodies when you order the optional L2501/HST transmission:...
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    Buying Advice Re: Seeking advice on a first tractor

    I suggest an L2501/HST if that fits in the budget. It has a 100.4 cubic inch engine, generating 25-horsepower. This is a larger displacement engine, generating more torque in a wider range than the...
  91. Re: I'm Sorry, but another "which grapple" thread for BX23s

    Here are "grapple for BX" threads in the TBN archive: Google
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    Rotary Cutter Re: Rotary cutter specifications

    So my question: is the gearbox hp of a rotary cutter related to the slip clutch 'breaking' of the rotary cutter?

    The point at which the slip clutch gives should be related to the gear box, which...
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    Re: General purpase chain size

    And what GRADE was your chain? Useless info without your chain grade.
  94. Re: TSC CountyLine / Tarter BOOM POLE as CHAIN HARROW LIFT

    Sorry, I do not know.

    I suggest you call Tarter in Kentucky, who makes all the CountyLine implements at this moment.

    The CountyLine Lightweight Boom Pole has a Tarter decal on it.
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    Re: Boom Pole for Kubota BX2370

    We have found lightweight, $130 CountyLine/Tarter Boom Pole satisfactory on our BX. I would buy it again.

    READ: ...
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    Ballast Re: How Much Ballast

    :)TractorData.com specs your Montana/LS R2844 bare tractor weight at 2,645 pounds. Loader adds more forward weight.
    TractorData.com Montana R2844 tractor information

    It seems improbable a 2,645...
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    Re: Herbicide. 24D or what?

    2,4-D is the broadest spectrum lawn herbicide. I have not been able to notice any difference between brands, except concentration. I buy at Tractor Supply. 2,4-D is most effective when the...
  98. Thread: Canvas Tarps

    by jeff9366
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    Re: Canvas Tarps

    TSC has a few canvas tarps.
    Rural King has a better selection of canvas tarps.

    I buy canvas tarps from CHICAGO CANVAS on eBay. 886 choices today.

    In high humidity Florida canvas tarps only...
  99. Buying Advice Re: Looking for advice on tractor size and brand.

    WELCOME. All here have worked through tractor selection.

    Is all of your land field, or does it include a home and yard? woodland? pond(s)?

    What are your intentions for the land and your...
  100. Re: Trying to decide between L3560 and JD 3039R

    I have had my L3560 since January 2013. Great tractor; trouble free.
    The HST PLUS transmission is superb.

    Ordered the more powerful LA805 Loader and L2296 Heavy Duty, Round Back Bucket, which...
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