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  1. Re: Opinions on l60 vs l40, esp FEL hydraulics routing?

    I don't weld (unfortunately) so I had my dealer fabricate a sort of box around the 3rd function hoses beneath my l5460.

    My lack of tractor experience (and therefore my opinion) was taken to task...
  2. Re: Suggestions for blade depth on Land Pride GS1548 grader scraper?

    got a new toy today

    414198

    it came adjusted to about 1/2 inch below sides except for one blade's edge where it's a touch less.
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    Re: lxx60 series recall

    The dealer tech came out and put in the new hose. I haven't had a chance to check it out yet but I saw the part itself. Was a rubber "adapter about 2 inches in diameter (slightly bigger on one end)...
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    lxx60 series recall

    Sorry if this is a dupe thread. I've been really busy lately and haven't kept up reading the forum. If redundant, please delete the thread.

    I got a call from my dealer today and they said...
  5. Re: l5460 hood latch knob replacement source?

    found a knob that works okay 5m

    CLM-422-TH Carr Lane Manufacturing T Handle, Phenolic, Tapped: Thread M5: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific
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    Re: Rear blade skid shoes

    I know this is an old thread.

    I was wondering if skid shoes on a rear blade have any uses besides moving snow?
  7. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I am still a newbie, but since most of what I am doing first is ditching and crowning narrow, tight, unlevel roads through the woods with trees on the sides with roots that cause challenges, I think...
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    Re: Land Pride RBT45108

    fyi, LP wants about $500 apiece for just the cushion valves. I am not experienced with rear blades (two days under my belt) but I think Brian is right that that blade would be a bit much for your...
  9. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    It got worse before it got better but the short version is I took the plug back out and used a visual inside to line both sides up using the 3pt hitch and also top.

    I got it back together, but not...
  10. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I have a question. Anyone taken off the lower plate on the back of their rbt35 or 40 that is held by two bolts? I started to take it off to see what is under it (looking for all play adjustments)...
  11. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I am very jealous. Pics?

    I'd like to see the configuration of 3 additional remotes in addition to the 3 OEM remotes.
  12. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    With mine full angle hits the manual tilt handle on the cylinder. For now I have the handle removed and just slip it in to tilt.
  13. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    For alot of what I am doing the 8 footer would definitely be too big. There are times I wish it were shorter even (although I could put on my BB for some of that).

    I am pretty impressed so far...
  14. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    If I remember right, like $1300. A steal in retrospect as I have like $3800 into mine counting shipping, tax and hydraulics.

    The biggest stumbling block for me actyally I am grading some tight...
  15. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I can see from using the blade for a couple hours that the hydraulic tilt would be more useful than I thought it would be (I already have hydraulic top and tilt). With the blade offset and angled a...
  16. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    The tilt ratchet mechanism on the blade seems very fragile and exposed (rest of blade seems pretty stout). In fact it was damage before delivery, although I have bent it back a little and I am...
  17. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    For now I am not using the gauge wheel in the tight winding roads in my woods. Once done I may take a pass across the center with the gauge wheel though.

    I'll pay attention tomorrow as I work...
  18. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I am pretty impressed with both the blade and the cylinders. Blade is kind of expensive but I am glad I spent the extra bucks rather than go the economy route like EA or something. This thing seems...
  19. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    first try. Not quite sure what to do with the set of hoses not plugged in (only have one extra remotes for offset and angle).

    Anyone that bought a new rbt3584, did it come with a top link pin? ...
  20. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    yes, txs for you pics earlier.

    If you want ugly, you should see how my dealer sent my tractor with the 3 rears remotes and top n tilt. They always use the 90 degree angle connectors (down) and...
  21. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    txs for the posting and pics. Great idea flushing your cylinders and in fact if I had been thinking I would have held off replacing my hydraulic oil and filters which I did very recently. Should...
  22. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    Got my rbt3584 this morning.

    Ordered it without offset and angle and I bought a pair of cylinders from Brian. His cylinders came well packed looking well made and even included spare pins and...
  23. Re: l5460 hood latch knob replacement source?

    I bought it around 11 months ago I guess.

    Never even occurred to me as my dealer hasn't been much on helping me after the sale. I have mostly given up on them as so far things have been easier to...
  24. Re: l5460 hood latch knob replacement source?

    Heres a possible online source for such pull knobs. Need to figure out if it's a size 5 or not.

    Innovation Products, Inc. - J.W. Winco- Metric and Inch Engineered Components- Revolving Handles
  25. l5460 hood latch knob replacement source?

    I've had the front hood latch knob fall off a couple times on my rops l5460. Second time I can't find it.

    Kubota wants over 40 bucks for the whole assembly replacement, and no body has those in...
  26. l5460 hose routing near hydraulic filter

    I just changed the fiters on my l5460 hydraulics. The hoses going forward at the hydraulic filter were really tight in there and getting a strap on that filter was a pain.

    Now I can't remember...
  27. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    ordered the rbt3584 and the angle and offset hydraulics from Brian.

    And the manual rear wheel.

    The dealer made it a lot of work to order the rear blade even though I was paying full price, plus...
  28. Sticky: Re: KUBOTA PARTS - Buy Online From Messick Equipment - Now with online catalogs!

    Had another awesome experience from Messicks. I broke a part on my l5460 3 pitch hitch (second time, I need to be more gentle) and was in a bind. Ordered 3 of them online to a local po box (I'm out...
  29. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I"ll check them out. (The website comes up called washington tractor.)
  30. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    Yeah, I've read that in these threads. Plus LP told the first dealer they were planning to make more rbt3584's.

    But that gives an indication of the dealers around here. And by all reports there...
  31. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I wish I lived near a good dealer. They never have any parts in stock I need, don't keep much equipment in stock and seemed to be short on info.

    The "best" dealer isn't getting back to me on what...
  32. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I am told Landpride has no rbt84 in stock currently and plan to make some more in a week. So my dealer doesn't know if there will be on ready in time for their LP shipment.

    btw, the cushion valve...
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    Re: kubota steering wheel cap

    Seems like they would have come up with a more secure way to keep those caps on.

    I haven't actually lost mine yet, but it's just a matter of time so probably next order of parts to Messicks I'll...
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    kubota steering wheel cap

    Any tips on how to keep a kubota steering wheel center cap to stay on? Mine seems to catch on anything (like my sleeve) and pop out.

    Plus when I look at the "hooks" on the back of the cap, it...
  35. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    are the cylinders and pin sizes the same between the 35 series and the 40 series? Just curious.
  36. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I'm still interesting in a quote from Brian on the hydraulic offset and angle cylinders, but the latest quote for the dealer on the rbt3584 is higher than the quote from yesterday even....

    And...
  37. Re: what's difference between LP rb3584 and rbt3584?

    Brian,

    If I were to by the rbt3584 with no angle or offset at all, would your kit come with the bolts (or pins?) I need to attach the cylinders? This place is miles from any hardware store.
  38. Re: what's difference between LP rb3584 and rbt3584?

    Brian, any pics available for your welded cylinders for the rbt?

    And do you have the needed measurements for the rbt3584 as if I order one I won't have it for a while.
  39. Re: what's difference between LP rb3584 and rbt3584?

    Great info.

    What would be the lead time for the offset and angle hydraulic cylinders? PM me if you'd rather.

    What do you think about the cushion valve idea?

    As is my habit, I've waited...
  40. what's difference between LP rb3584 and rbt3584?

    I see references to the LP rb3584 but I don't see it listed on the LP website.

    What's the difference? That the T version can take hydraulics? Do they even still make the non T version?

    I am...
  41. Rear Blade Re: I nearly forgot. Pictures of my landpride RBT3584

    I am close to pulling the trigger on an rbt3584.

    Since I only have 3 rear remotes and not handy enough to add more myself (use 2 for top n tilt) I am leaning towards starting with the hydraulic...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    That would be each.
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Brad,

    I can tell there is a lot of experience and thought that goes into the machine. That is why I bought it. I only buy tools that grab me.

    I showed the pics to a friend that spent years in...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Brad, Not looking to return the machine. That would be a major hassle, and with practice I think the screen will be very useful. Just need new springs and figure out how to get more than 3 hrs out...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Brad, Thanks for the posting. When the unit is repaired if I try to screen material with grass, etc in it I'll remove the mat. Haven't tried that yet as it looks to be a bit of a wrestling match to...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    After about about 3 hrs using the screener I noticed both coil springs were broken into two pieces. I don't remember it being like that before but I can't imagine what I've done that is unusually...
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    Re: Delighted with Piranha bar

    anyone have a pic of one on the kubota 72 inch doublewall bucket (bolt on edge?)
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    txs.

    I hadn't thought about the mat keeping stuff from being bounced. I think you are right.

    With just dirt and rocks I think it seems to hold stuff onto the top a little longer for the...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    It does seem the mat makes grassy material plug much worse, the stuff gets trapped under the mat and there is not enough downward force (gravity) to pull it through. It ends up so jammed I have to...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Spending the day with the unit and still thinking it will be useful when I get it figured out a bit more.

    My opinion so far (strongly) for anyone thinking of one to definitely get the vibrator and...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Received my slg-78 yesterday.

    Seems promising to be very useful, but I think my expectations were a bit high. I don't think it'll be as convenient and flexible as I was hoping for $7k.

    Some...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    They claim they have lifted the unit (barely) with a Kubota 7800 with a la402 FEL (without the deflection stuff). My la1055 fel is rate much higher so hopefully it won't be a problem. They told me...
  53. Grapple Re: Yet another grapple question, Specific to the Pacific NorthWet

    For me a 12 inch alder is pretty well into the ground. Up to maybe 7 inches I have best luck just leaving a long trunk then then pushing or pulling them over with the bucket (or grapple). Then I...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    No low branches on the new property.

    I think I could figure out a way to get it off the trailer (or rent a trailer with no sides) but the unit with the vibrator and deflector is rated at 1800 lbs....
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    Re: Landpride boxblade

    Thanks for the advice. I wish I was closer to check out that 3584.
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    Re: Landpride boxblade

    That is the blade I am considering but in the 84 incher although I may opt only to go with angle as I only have 3 rear remotes.

    I am not dissing EA as they are going after a different pricepoint...
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    Re: Landpride boxblade

    Yes there are time when I overflow the box, esp in the front. Esp when pulling up roots, etc (more than just grading). I use it for some fairly serious ground shaping.

    But it's not a real...
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    Re: Landpride boxblade

    I bought the hrl3578. So glad to have the weight and rigidity and the hydraulic scarifier bar. Well worth it. For me the width is perfect.

    I sometimes think I'd like it taller, but the taller LP...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    My FEL (la1055) is rated at 2361 lbs at the pin and #1784 500 mm forward. I've been unable to pick up certain things that I thought I should be able to, thus the concern. The specs on the screener...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Great posting, much appreciated.

    One concern I have is that my tractor's lifting capacity is less than I hoped for and I need to make sure I can actually lift and move it. Not sure how I do...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    this is exactly what I am looking for, someone that bought one and still liking it. Can you post a pic of the additional plywood piece to go with the deflector?

    I was torn on the deflector and...
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    Re: Portable rock soil recycler for tractors

    Time has come for me to think about screeners more seriously for the new property. Anyone buy one since I last post that could share thoughts?

    Cant find any real reviews and even their youtube...
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    Travis called and put Ted on this morning. He's going to send me some different fastners to try.

    Thanks guys.
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    I looked at the holes again today. It could be what I am seeing is the holes in the bracket having been enlarged by the arms coming loose and the bolts gouging up the holes a bit.

    Bottom line is...
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    I may not have been clear enough. The problem I am having is not with the swivel collars on the wheel mounting assembly. It is where the gauge wheel arm mounts to the rake body.

    Bolts are not...
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    Thnks, I'll give that a try.

    imo a major contribution to the problem is how big the holes are drilled, esp on the gauge arm bracket.

    The nuts have a really hard time keeping the arm bracket...
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    Any tips on keeping the mounting bolts for the gauge wheels on my EA rake tight?

    Mine are coming loose after maybe 15 minutes, making using them tough.

    Bolts with nylon threaded locknuts. I...
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    Re: Wanting a backhoe for my L5460

    Looks like kind of a pain to take off the top n til and 3 pt hitch to mount the backhoe each time. And swap back to move the dirt back.

    I like the idea of a used cheaper machine with a dedicated...
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    Wanting a backhoe for my L5460

    I am ignorant about different backhoes and ways they mount to tractors. (Never used one before).

    I have a Kubota l5460 with a regular 3pt hitch (and 3 rear remotes with top and tilt).

    I am...
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    correction: with full rpm the gauge in my 3rd function connector reads close to #2500.
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    Current test was a gauge stuck into a 3rd function connector.

    I've read there is only one relief valve for my tractor although I don't know that for sure.

    I think the FEL is rated around around...
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    Good question. My FEL says a max of 2630 if I remember correctly.

    Would 200 more psi make much difference given only like 7 percent?

    (Assuming my gauge is accurate.)
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    Because I think my FEL seems a bit weak, I stuck a new gauge in one of the 3rd function connections. Reads about 2450 lbs.
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    My l5460 sure is alot more stable with weight up front when I have my #1100 BB on the rear. Easy to lift a rear wheel off the ground otherwise if too agressive while turning, esp on lumpy ground.
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    Re: Estimate the Weight of this log

    I don't think my l5460 could lift that.
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    Sticky: Re: EverythingAttachments.com

    I guess some freight terminals "insist" you pick up your order in one trip to save them trouble.

    I had three attachments to pick up last fall and when I arrived the freight terminal said I must...
  77. Sticky: Re: KUBOTA PARTS - Buy Online From Messick Equipment - Now with online catalogs!

    I order some parts Friday and received it West Coast today (Monday) USPS priority. Very happy.

    The only wrinkle is even though USPS will generally be the best shipping choice for me it was not a...
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    Re: landpride hrl3578 teeth

    sort of an update. My local dealers claimed LP was no longer making/selling the narrow tip. I saw both tips listed on Messicks so I called Land Pride directly and they said they still sell both the...
  79. Sticky: Re: KUBOTA PARTS - Buy Online From Messick Equipment - Now with online catalogs!

    I know this is an old thread, but I just wanted to say how glad I am to have the option to order from Messicks online. My local dealers pretty much have never had what I need (and the closest one is...
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    Re: Ratchet Rake - ever seen/used one?

    I know I am repeating, but I will repeat the excellent advice someone earlier gave to buy the chain version of the ratchet rake. Not really much more trouble and much more durable for abuse.

    I...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    meant this as a reply to Toms post.

    That is why I say I might be expecting too much. Hard to know how "stuck" the bucket is when digging sometimes. And there have been some rocks I had expected...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    I have not looked into it yet, but is there a separate relief valve for the FEL as opposed to other hydraulics like rear remotes, and 3rd function?

    I did some pressure testing with my 3rd function...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    my dealer is a ways away and I don't have any way to trailer the tractor. It's under warranty so maybe I should at least call the dealer and see what he says.

    So so far I haven't done anything...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    Impressive

    I don't think my l5460 would lift a 1700lb log. The FEL lift ability is the one thing I am dissapointed with.
  85. Re: Gannon 88 HSD Box Scraper , Work Saver CAT 2 quick hitch, and Hydraulic Top Link

    With my hrl3578 the qh issue is probably the top link and the way the hydraulics are designed. Probably solvable if someone were smarter than me...

    In terms of HP, my BB itself is monster strong...
  86. Re: Gannon 88 HSD Box Scraper , Work Saver CAT 2 quick hitch, and Hydraulic Top Link

    my LP hrl3578 box scraper is not listed by LP as QH compatible.

    For now my desires for a qh are on hold partly because even if I could get my BB to work with a QH I'd want it to be cat 2, yet some...
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    Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    With three rear remotes and top and tilt, and a RB with hydraulic offset and angle: how about using one of the 3 rear remotes for the angle and some hoses from the front 3rd function connectors for...
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    Re: Back blade with angle hydraulics

    I wish ET would make a rear blade with hydraulic angle, too. They say someday, but I don't see it happening for some time.

    I will be buying something in the spring, but since I won't be using it...
  89. Re: ETA Landscape Rake PICS/VIDEO...Ted and Peanut are at it again!!

    Actually, that is the plan!

    Also I'll say the replacement tines only take a moment to replace. Easy to get to bolt and the tines self align.
  90. Re: ETA Landscape Rake PICS/VIDEO...Ted and Peanut are at it again!!

    I bought an ETA rake and am well pleased with it. The tines do hold up well, but I did buy a couple extra tines and should have bought a few more to save future shipping charges.

    The tool has...
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    Re: The WICKED Root & Debris GRAPPLE!!!!!!!

    No real updates. I loosened the cylinder rod a bunch this time and so the clamp is still closing for now. I believe the cylinder has internal issues that has at least twice shortened it's stroke,...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota new L3560 grand

    if you are ever going to run a FEL, I noticed the gap between the 3560's FEL couplers and the front tire is less than the l4060. just an fyi. you might not care, but for me a big deal as sticks...
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    Re: Ratchet Rake - ever seen/used one?

    I love my RR. On advice from TBNers I opted for the loader style and am really glad I did. Have even bent one of the binder handles but I treat it rough and the ratchet would probably not have...
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    Re: L5740 (interim tier 4) or L6060 (tier 4)

    congrats, I am jealous. I think you were smart to do with the known.
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    Re: Cheaper oil filters

    The Kubota filters that are from Japan seem pretty nice looking (like the HST) although very expensive whereas the K oil filters I have bought are from Indonesia and I don't think quite as stand out.
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    Re: Sizing Pallet Forks

    Was a bit torn on capacity (the usual weight vs capacity), but ended up going with the Bradco compacts because they only weigh 280 as compared to around 400 and had the option of the 48 which I...
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    Re: Sizing Pallet Forks

    My dealer wants $900 plus tax as well. Somehow seemed a bit high so I added them into an EA order.

    Bought the 48 inchers and am glad.
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    Re: New Grapple, new tractor guy

    its a personal thing, but I prefer the FF couplers for the front. 3/8 sized with a 1/2 inch female thread to match the hoses. I accidentally ordered mine with the 1/2 FF couplers which work but...
  99. Re: Can someone recommend an online parts place for wheel studs and lug nuts??

    I have been noticing you guys and for me buying most (except really heavy stuff) K stuff from you would be a real time saver for me. Closet dealer is about half an hour away and the last three times...
  100. Re: Can someone recommend an online parts place for wheel studs and lug nuts??

    I went to NAPA and the closest they had (they had a lot of lug nuts) was the correct wrench, thread and pitch (22 mm 14mm 1.50) but the countersink was the pointier (60 vs 30). I did buy one and...
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