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    Re: BX2660 toolbox??

    I'm looking for something for my BX2370 as well. You're right there doesn't seem to many good options for a permanently mounted box, although I have seen some here on the forum. The link below, or...
  2. Re: Who misses good ole' Made in USA clothing for the farm or around the yard?

    Schaefer Outfitter | Proudly American Since 1982

    I have bought a couple coats, and some shirts from this co. Very long lasting, high quality and yes, as their website proclaims "Proudly made in...
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    Re: SS and retirement question

    Great info guys, I'm seven years away from 62, and that's when I, and the wife will retire from our "other" jobs ;) I'm fortunate to have worked long term for a large company that will pay me a...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    Got ours all planted on Sat. Small space compared to some here (About 25X30), but we enjoy it. I'll post a pic as soon as things start popping up. No need to water yet as it hasn't stopped raining...
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    Re: Tractor backhoe - homemade

    Amazing Freaky! I can only imagine the feeling it must give to operate it after building from scratch like that. My hat's off to you for doing something only a very small few could pull off. Did you...
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    Re: New Member in Washington State

    Welcome from the wet side!
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    Re: had to put down my Horse.

    Bucktaker, very tough to go through, and there aren't words to say, but I hope we can ease your pain a little by offering our thoughts. Hang in there, and cherish the memories.
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    rototilling tonight after work. Planting Saturday morning. We pretty much seed everything right in the ground, except tomatoes. I'll try to keep pics up as it goes along. Good luck everyone.
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    Re: Throwing in the towel

    Just found this thread, so late to the party. Wish you well with your Cub. For my lawn I have had a Snapper rider for 10 years now. Made in America, basic design hasn't changed in 40 years, and I see...
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    Re: Box blade work out today!

    Well, I spent six hours on it and unfortunately it was during a light rain which kinda made things a little muddy. I dug it out with the scarifiers, then worked it to grade, and smooth it as best I...
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    Box blade work out today!

    We live at the end of a gravel road that's about 400 feet long. Hasn't been worked in about 7-8 years. The five of us that share the drive are buying crushed gravel next weekend for it, and we were...
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    Re: Hummingbirds, We got 'em!

    Ah yes, the cleaning thing. I'm glad you mentioned that for others sake. We didn't know until the HB's would refuse our feeder that you needed to clean, and sterilize every few days. Makes a big...
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    Re: Camping: Any campers here?

    We also started with a tent, went to a pop up, then a 16 ft trailer, and now a 26 foot W/slide out. Plenty of room for DW and I, and all the comforts, and conveniences we want. It's just small enough...
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    Re: Hummingbirds, We got 'em!

    We got em here too, seems like almost year round. When I'm outside working, I can here them zipping by almost constantly. We have one feeder that we maintain and can see out the kitchen window, but I...
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    Re: New addtion to the family

    Hoo boy! She looks nice Captain, your gonna find her a real workhorse. Have fun!
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    Re: New addtion to the family

    Thanks for the tip on the trees. I'll check em out. All I know for sure is I want about 10 trees (two or three of different varieties), and don't want the dwarf.
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    Re: New addtion to the family

    Captain Yakima, We're practically neighbors. Congrats on the new tractor! I just got mine last month from Jennings in Puyallup. Let me recommend getting a Ratchet Rake for the blackberries. I bought...
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    Re: What implement and how big

    What Newbury said. When my dealer delivered my BX2370 they loaded a 60" BB instead of the 48" I had bought. The driver said a 48" is perfect match for my tractor, and the 60" would bog it down too...
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    Re: Must haves for my new tractor

    I'll second the RatchetRake. Spent yesterday clearing brush etc, and it really works! I can't imagine not having one now. But, you should have asked; what should my FIRST attachment be, cause you...
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    Re: Wife making fun of me !!!!!!

    My wife didn't understand why I wanted a tractor, but after seeing what I've been able to do with it she loves it. If she's outside and I drive by she starts singing "She thinks my tractors...
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    Got my Ratchet Rake yesterday

    :thumbsup: Only had about a half hour to play with it clearing some Oregon grape patches, but I can tell that I'm gonna love this thing! From overgrown ground cover to bare usable dirt in just a few...
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    Dirt Moving Re: Should a box blade float?

    Gotcha, Thanks.
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    Dirt Moving Re: Should a box blade float?

    OK, maybe a dumb noob question but I'm curious, as I have a LP BB, but am thinking I'm going to need a grader also; Can the front blade on the BB be taken off, or even turned around for...
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    Re: Ratchet Rake - ever seen/used one?

    Well I've got a whopping 5 hours on my BX2370 now :eek: I've had it for a couple weeks, but it seems when I have time, it's raining, and when it's not raining I have other things to do, (Like my real...
  25. Thread: My new baby!

    by 22rimfire
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    Tractor News Re: My new baby!

    Congrats! I just got mine a week ago yesterday. It's a great feeling, and has already saved me many hours of labor. You're going to love it. Enjoy!
  26. Re: Tires...black, round, hold air...so how can you have a question about those

    You've already bought it and brought it home, so no use in anyone chiding you for not "inspecting" a new tractor before bringing it home. I have three words for you; warranty, warranty, warranty. ...
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    Re: Tree Fell On My BX

    Being a new BX owner myself, I can only imagine how you feel, and can't really add much to what's already been said except thanks for posting and telling your experience so we can all learn from it....
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    Re: New BX2370, how many hours per tank?

    Thanks guys I was just curious what others were getting.

    Cherokee, yup, you could say I own a few guns, and rimfires are my favorite. I collect Ruger Single Sixes.
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    New BX2370, how many hours per tank?

    I realize it depends on what you're doing at what RPM I suppose, but I just hit about 3.2 hours tonight and the fuel gauge still shows full. On average, how many hours can I expect per tankful?...
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    Re: kubota insurance

    Hello, I'm new here, but just bought a BX2370. Checked my HO ins before buying, and yes, it would have covered the K, but only on my property, and I have a fairly high deductible to keep premiums...
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    First post, first tractor

    Found this forum while waiting and saving for my first tractor. Have been wanting a compact for quite a while for maintaining our small place, and to save my back. Not getting any younger, and I had...
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