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    Re: Chain saw / hedge trimmer hybrid.

    Several kinds are available.

    chainsaw hedge trimmer attachment - Google Search
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    Re: BX2200 wrench turning

    No fun for sure.

    When I did mine, the OEM hydraulic hoses were replaced with HD custom-made hoses so it wouldn't be necessary again. Problem is, the HD hoses were a bit thicker and they had to be...
  3. Re: Tractor wont start with new battery and starter.

    Have to agree with this post.

    Check your battery's ground cable. Run a jumper from the negative battery bare post to a bolt on the engine or starter. You have to have those amps.

    Can't tell you...
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    Re: PTO Shaft - OK if I'm 3/4" short?

    Agree with the others about the critical nature of the overlap. Six inches is good, four inches is pushing it.

    As mentioned, separate the shafts and measure both shaft sections. Add the measures...
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    Re: BX 2200 no start

    Agree on the safety switches. Just a little off and it won't start...ever.

    Also, 12.5 V may run everything but not have enough amps to kick over the starter. Try using a running vehicle (like a...
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    Re: Backhoe and Filled tires

    Hmmm...loading the tires should significantly reduce the COG. Even up on the outriggers, which in themselves greatly reduce rollover risk, the loaded tires would anchor the whole tractor one would...
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    Re: Backhoe and Filled tires

    The only thing I can think of is that the loaded rears would add to the digging force and may break something on the mast.

    The mast will lift the tractor which would provide a measure of safety,...
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    Re: M7040 Narrow Experience

    When I bought my M7040, there were "narrows" on the lot, but non-cab. Boy, the operator station is really small, tight, and narrow.

    The M7040 sits pretty high for tree orchard use and a cab would...
  9. Thread: Fluid Film

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    Oil & Fuel Re: Fluid Film

    Be sure to shake the can well. The chemical composition of FF makes it thicken when it sits. (There is a special chemical name for it but I can't remember!) Once shaken, FF returns to normal...
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    Re: 2010 m7040HDC-1

    The weight carrier for the front and the log carrier were homemade with forklift frames bought at Ritchie Bros. Auction.

    The log grapple on the front of the carrier is for small trees. I also...
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    Re: 2010 m7040HDC-1

    The QA is a bit hard to see from the seat for sure. Just make sure the angle of the QA plates match the rear bucket angle, or a little bit more. Then inch forward as the FEL is slowly lifted.

    Line...
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    Re: 2010 m7040HDC-1

    I'm predicting that you'll really enjoy working with it. Mine has been great.
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    Re: 10 foot offset disk

    It should be fine. My 70 HP tractor pulls an 8' offset set wide open quite easily. I used to have a L3650 (36 HP) that would pull it in 4WD and low range.

    Besides, you can always gear down and...
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    Re: Hard surface rod

    CNC Dan has the method. I've even put a third coat on if a bit of build-up was needed.

    I have found hardfacing rods require a lot of amps on the arc welder to sufficiently burn. 1/4" is going to...
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    Re: BX2200 leaning to left

    Maybe the axle bolt needs tightening or loosening. It is in the center of the front axle.

    I don't recall a Zerk fitting in the area.
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    Re: Root Removal - BB Rippers?

    I helped take out a large eucalyptus orchard for a neighbor. I wouldn't even think about using scarifiers on my 3PH for taking out the roots (and stumps) and I have a fairly heavy-duty BB. Using it...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    You first have to have a hole in your tractor's PTO spline. There are adapters made with the push pin type of connector but AgriSupply stopped carrying them.

    eBay has some for around $23. Search...
  18. Re: Kubota doesn't offer top and tilt on L3560?? And I already bought the tractor!!

    A Top & Tilt set-up does not need special treatment. After you get the stack of Kubota valves (the expensive part), there are only hoses and hydraulic cylinders to deal with. Easy stuff.

    It is...
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    Re: Now they whistle

    Does the PA 160 have a 6010 ground slot? If so, try that.

    My PA 200 and PA 300 don't whistle when using that slot. But they don't whistle in the other slot either.
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    Re: Kubota BX2200 with LA112 Front Loader

    In the battery compartment. Take off the screen by your knees.
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    Re: Vaaljapie can't start

    It sounds like the tractor won't turn over at all rather than cranking and not starting. Correct? Do all other lights light up (dash, headlamps)?

    If so, first check the battery...
  22. Re: "Value Leader" wood Chipper - anyone familiar with it?

    If the suppler is in Oregon, my neighbor bought one and drove to Oregon to save on "free" shipping. We were cutting down and processing a large eucalyptus orchard.

    Two weeks later, he was on the...
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    Re: Removing Stickers

    While not by design, the stickers on all my tractors are removed by a 3000 psi power washer. My tractor washing area is strewn with parts of those foil labels.

    Sometimes a bit of goo is left over...
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    Re: 3 point hitch top link question

    I don't think the "tilt" hydraulic cylinder would be damaged by doing what you describe. The hydraulic pump would go into relief before the limits were reached. But it is not designed to do that job....
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    Re: 3 point hitch top link question

    The hydraulic top link is an outstanding addition for many, or most, implements. It makes hooking up a top link soooo much easier, also.

    The hydraulic tilt is especially useful for plows and...
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    Re: PTO uni joint yoke removal _ HELP

    Can't say that I've ever seen that set-up.

    My advice is to take it to a machine shop and let them come up with a solution. Then have them put on a yolk that works for your application. Might get...
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    Re: 3 point hitch top link question

    You likely don't have to re-peen the threads of the OEM top link. Aftermarket ones can be screwed out with ease. It is Kubota's lawyers with a CYA feature.

    Another option, since you are...
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    Re: 3 point hitch top link question

    The OP has a OEM Kubota top link. The ends won't screw all the way out because of the pins installed on the ends through the little bolt holes as S219 describes.

    The best solution has already been...
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    Re: Review - LockNLube Grease Gun Coupler

    Out of curiosity, what convinced you not to use them?
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    Re: 2010 m7040HDC-1

    I use my M7040 for timber work as well. Can't be beaten, especially with a set of forks or a grapple. It is a real workhorse.

    Mid $20 K would be a great deal considering only 224 hours. Can't...
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    Re: Fence controller

    I'm not an electrician, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn last night. Wait...that's not a good response.

    My BIG question is why the heck didn't you go with solar? At bit more expensive maybe but...
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    Re: Disc clogging...but only one or two sections.

    The only issue I see with the chain idea is the possibility that it could get hung up in the slotted disc pans and cause havoc. The chain would seem to need to be secured.

    If the chain ends were...
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    Re: Disc clogging...but only one or two sections.

    Although it is logical to think that all the spaces on the disc would fill up, in practice that doesn't happen. At most, a couple might get clogged at the same time. Plus, only my front gangs on a...
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    Re: Disc clogging...but only one or two sections.

    Tractor Supply sells a graphite-based paint in a can or spray. I tried it on the bottom of a rotary cutter, on my backhoe bucket, and on plow shares. Lasted about 10 minutes with all the abrasion...
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    Re: Disc clogging...but only one or two sections.

    Isn't that a complete PIA!!!! It turns the disc into a tire! And then there is the fun of getting the mess off with a digging bar.

    Mine used to do the same thing. Of course, the mount that holds...
  36. Re: How to make box blade type shanks penetrate further?

    Do multiple passes over the same area give any more penetration? As my post #13 just above notes, I can set up an implement with scarifiers about 3 feet long but still only get 8" of penetration. It...
  37. Re: How to make box blade type shanks penetrate further?

    I'm not sure that the 3PH on the M-series tractors have adjustments like shown on your L-series hitch. Or, I maybe I'm full of bull****. (Well, that's a given.)

    I'll check this morning. It is not...
  38. Re: How to make box blade type shanks penetrate further?

    In my case, with a box blade, the blade needs to be used with a short top link to keep the blade from engaging the ground.

    Without a blade, I'd agree that a longer top link would dig aggressively...
  39. Re: How to make box blade type shanks penetrate further?

    I agree with the idea of taking off the implement and measuring the 3PH balls to the ground. Before you do that, measure the distance from the balls to the ground with the implement at full depth in...
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    Re: Teach me how to drive a power shuttle.

    The only thing I might suggest is that your wife practice with the geared tractor quite a bit before taking on a large and independent job. It is not as simple as lifting your foot from the HST pedal...
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    Re: Teach me how to drive a power shuttle.

    The RPM required for PTO functioning (2500 to 2800 RPM) does not work very well for shuttle shifting from F to R. The results are rather abrupt and violent. It is easy enough to manually use the...
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    Buying Advice Re: Discount off MSRP

    Those discounts are right in the usual area. Maybe even a bit better.

    I've heard of 15% on items that have been on the lot for ages but it is rare.
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    Re: BX2200 intermittant ignition failure

    You might have read my post on the issue.

    Anyway, buy a 3' long ground cable and attach it to the engine lifting bolt (an eye bracket near the valve cover on the right side). You can leave the eye...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    A PHD attaches differently at the top link. The top link is replaced by a non-adjustable tube (mast). That would likely cause problems with a standard QH since the main tube must attach WAY further...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    There is another option for a really, really long top link. (I had to make a really short one but its the same idea.)

    Cut the body of the top link in half (but leave the center hole/lever intact)....
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    Wow, the "extra long" CAT 1 top link from Tractor Supply adjusts out to 32". A Pat's only adds about 4". So if you didn't have a Pat's you'd need a 28" top link. Something is off about those numbers....
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    My neighbor had a L5640 (same dimensions) and put on a set of Pat's.

    He had it set up in CAT II specifications so the need for a longer top link wasn't an issue.

    A CAT II top link can be...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Quick Hitch- Pat's or HF

    Hydraulic top links come in different lengths. Just get a longer one.

    You might want to contact MtnViewRanch, a member on here, regarding a hydraulic top link set-up.
    ...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    A welder is used.

    A farmer should have a welder of some sort IMO.

    Even a Harbor Freight 120V flux core welder is better than nothing. With a 20% off coupon, it is less than $100.

    9� Amp-AC,...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Quick Hitch- Pat's or HF

    I know this will sound petty, but you might consider putting the bent part of the washer on the bottom when the lynch pin is put through the top. That way the bail can fully close. Having it slightly...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Quick Hitch- Pat's or HF

    The HF quick hitch requires that all of your implements must fit its exact dimensions. Anything other than the way the hitch is built will not fit. This is a real problem with older implements....
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    Re: Ratcheting Cat l top link ?

    I'm with the idea of buying a cheap load binder, cutting off the ends, and welding on CAT 1 balls.

    Since you already have the expensive portion, the binder, you should be good to go. It would be...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    All of the components are available in any hardware store. I used grade 8 washers for the most part for the large washers but it is not really that necessary.

    Take your OEM Pat's washer in to...
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    Pat's Easy Change Re: Pat's Easy Change System - Order Online!

    Try this. The OEM Pat's can be modified by using one washer. The others are from parts.

    Also, the OEM Pat's seem to hold better if the lynch pin is inserted in the non-bent end. The ring is more...
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    Re: bx2200 Spring Maintenance

    Ha ha! When I read the title I just had to look.

    What springs need maintenance? I don't have any springs on my BX.

    Yeah, when I do maintenance it is always with Kubota parts. Well, maybe a WIX...
  56. Re: Kutota bx2200 access to trace electrical past firewall towards starter /

    First, removing the cowling is simple. 4 bolts and the whole engine enclosure comes off. RaydaKub explains it well. Two nuts on the front of the cowl, two bolts on each side of the top rear of the...
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    Re: Bent my top link.

    Just go to Tractor Supply (or similar) and buy a CAT 1 top link. Take your old one with you to make sure the length is right. Or you could order online.

    Search Results for top link at Tractor...
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    Re: Ford 101 Plow ???

    Thanks for the post.

    Now I can delete the umpteen individual pages scanned by another member!
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    Re: Plow first or go right to tiller?

    I agree that such an implement (or a box blade with scarifiers) does an excellent job of breaking up soil.

    BUT...It has to be bare soil or very shortly mowed foliage that does not have a lot of...
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    Re: Plow first or go right to tiller?

    Have to agree with the middle buster recommendation above. ^^

    It is much cheaper than a plow with far less maintenance and technique necessary. Especially so if the area to be worked is an acre or...
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    Re: Quality longer toplink for a BX?

    A toplink is a toplink. It has a very simple job to do and just about any brand or type will work. Expensive does not make it better. Many, many folks use an inexpensive toplink with no problems.
    ...
  62. Re: Are All Kubota Front Wheels/Tires Garbage, Or Is It Me?

    My BX2200 seemed to have one of the fronts go flat, then the other would go. Dismounted them from the tractor and ran the old soapy water test. Turns out they were leaking through minute cracks in...
  63. Thread: Plow question

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    Re: Plow question

    While I agree that an older plow is the best choice, finding an operable one for $300 "all day" requires some verification.

    Might be one around that requires a substantial rebuild but that would...
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    Re: Kubota BX2200 with LA112 Front Loader

    Oh, yeah. Definitely have had problems with the fuel sending unit.

    It turns out that the fuel sending unit's seal will leak. It is under the left side fender. Be on the look out for fuel in the...
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    Re: Kubota BX2200 with LA112 Front Loader

    It should not be loose. Unscew the top bolt and remove the housing. There is a spacer on the bolt to keep it from being tightened too much and crushing the plastic housing. There also will be a band...
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    Re: Kubota BX2200 with LA112 Front Loader

    Sounds like you are a perfect owner for a BX2200. You've probably done more maintenance than most tractors get in their lifetime. Be sure to keep it up at the factory recommended intervals.

    If you...
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    Re: Welding on Mesh Protection?

    This topic has been thoroughly discussed in the "Welding" forum here on TBN.

    You might want to go there and search. Opinions vary.
  68. Oil & Fuel Re: I hope I'm not the only one who's lost his fuel tank cap

    Aw, in the grand scheme of things, $25 is really not that much. Plus, you'd always have a spare in case something similar happens. It would give great peace of mind.

    Now that you've found yours...
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    Re: smoothing behind disc

    I'm guessing that you want something like this:

    455706

    There is no way to get it with a one-pass discing and a one-pass dragging.

    First, you have to get rid of the foliage debris. That can...
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    Re: BX2200 Starter Issue

    Yeah, this is an old thread but lefty525 is on to a fix.

    I ended up purchasing a 42" new battery ground cable. Then threaded it through the firewall just like the OEM but instead, attached it to a...
  71. Thread: remove blades

    by gwdixon
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    Mowing Re: remove blades

    Or post #3 if it was from the OP. By the way, where is he (her)?
  72. Thread: remove blades

    by gwdixon
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    Mowing Re: remove blades

    Yeah, but is the OP asking about a MMM, Bush Hog type, flail (not likely), sickle, or (I'm out of ideas)? :)
  73. Thread: battery

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    Re: battery

    First, measure your battery L x W x H. Then check what side the + and - terminals are on. Note the CCA written on the battery.

    Then go to a discount place like Sam's Club, Costco (preferred), or...
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    Loader Re: LA211 Loader - Replacement Hose Source?

    My Kubota dealer also makes all of the hydraulic hoses right in his shop. But I generally take a blown hose into Napa and they make a heavy duty new one to perfect specs. Expensive - yes. Better...
  75. Re: Buying first tractor - storing outdoors -Critter Concerns

    Rodent poison works wonders. Buy the kind that has a hole in the center and wire it on with bailing wire. That way it doesn't drop off where you don't want it. They will eat the poison long before...
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    Re: Welding up shooting targets?

    The 25/06 is not listed as a magnum put has magnum performance. I was using 100 gr Nosler BT bullets at 3300 fps in a hand-load. Extremely accurate.

    The small diameter (.257) of the bullet gives...
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    Re: Welding up shooting targets?

    I made a 6" round swing target from 1/2" mild steel. Then shot it at 100 yards with a 25/06. No movement at all...though I must have missed.

    Going downrange, I found a nice hole in the center of...
  78. Tiller Re: ALL YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT TURNING PLOWS

    It is. Thanks.
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    Re: Stick Welding on Tractor Question

    One more thing to remember is to not weld through a pin or bearing. IE: Don't put the clamp on one side of a pin/bearing and weld on the other side. There is a chance the pin/bearing will be welded...
  80. Thread: L48 Glow Plug

    by gwdixon
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    Re: L48 Glow Plug

    Good news is always great to hear!

    Kudos to you for troubleshooting and digging into the dash to solve the problem. Well done!
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    Re: Hardfacing Skid Shoes

    One thing that nobody has mentioned yet is that hardfacing one side of a long piece of metal will surely cause warpage. The welded side will end up concave...weld-> )).

    Take that into account as...
  82. Thread: L48 Glow Plug

    by gwdixon
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    Re: L48 Glow Plug

    There are two relays under the dash, on the right side, that control the glow plugs. I had to replace both of them because of the glow plugs NOT turning off after the engine was running. The light...
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    Re: Hardfacing Skid Shoes

    The waffle pattern is great for dirt because it packs the dirt in the waffle area and the skids ride on dirt instead of the welds.

    Gravel is altogether different. It will wear in the waffle area...
  84. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    OK, re-reading this thread brought on some other random thoughts.

    To review: The OP says that he cannot hook up his disc even when the 3PH lower link is raised to its highest point (the...
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    Re: Greetings to all: trenching question,

    Darn, beat me to the water/mud idea. The mud would seem to create a pipe packing even in rocky soil and have 100% contact.

    Not sure where he lives in Suisun Valley but some of the areas are in the...
  86. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    With R1, tires the hitch doesn't get to the ground when lowered so you are correct, the tires make a difference. It appears that, with the adjustable vertical bars adjusted short, the attachment...
  87. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    One way to evaluate a situation is to imagine the extreme case.

    If the vertical lift arms were attached all the out to where the attachment balls are located then the vertical lift arms would be...
  88. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    Here is the procedure from the WSM:

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    Loader Re: Chain hooks on loader

    Crenulated...I just learned a new word!

    Anyway, that is why I welded a pipe under the lip. Unfortunately, that would make hooking the grab hooks as in the photo not possible.
  90. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    Not to start an argument, but that particular rod in the photo has nothing to do with the draft control. Notice where it is connected on each end.

    The draft control does have a rod but it is...
  91. Thread: m7040 kubota

    by gwdixon
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    3-Point Hitch Re: m7040 kubota

    I agree the 3PH on a M7040 does not lift high enough for my tastes either. But there are some things you can do.

    >There is a lift limiting linkage that can be adjusted so the 3PH will lift until...
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    Re: Greetings to all: trenching question,

    Even though the soil is nice in Suisun Valley, pulling something 6 feet deep with a 40HP tractor just isn't going to be an option. It appears you already know that. Something dragged through the soil...
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    Loader Re: Chain hooks on loader

    Those look like decent weld-on hooks (Grade 70) for an acceptable price. The flat plates are a valuable addition as well. I'll likely be using your products in the future.

    Since this topic comes...
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    Loader Re: Chain hooks on loader

    If you are able to weld, these weld-ons have worked well on four of my tractors. 3/8" also works with 5/16".

    Weld On Grab Hooks | Truck n Tow.com

    Suggestions:

    >Mount two or three across the...
  95. Thread: L48 Glow Plug

    by gwdixon
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    Re: L48 Glow Plug

    I think Rick has it right.

    After his post my curiosity got the best of me and, since it is 50 out, I tried the first click stop on the L48 key. The glow plug light came on for about half a...
  96. Thread: L48 Glow Plug

    by gwdixon
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    Re: L48 Glow Plug

    The glow plugs are automatically operated. There are a series of relays under the dash that control the process.

    On a cold day, start the tractor and the glow plug indicator on the dash will...
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    Re: Calling all EA Faithful Customers!!!

    How about from the old days when you were Corriher Implement Co.?

    I have a nice blue aerator from those bygone times.

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    Re: L48 quick connects

    Messick's Tractor will send you a parts diagram via e-mail. Just enter your model and requested part category. I'm guessing "hydraulic system". Then you can "add to cart".

    Kubota Parts | Messick's...
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    Re: BX Bucket Hooks Install - PICS

    Just a couple of additional ideas:

    1. Welding a section of 1/2" pipe under the lip of the bucket really increases its strength. It looks like it still could be done. (It may be 3/4" pipe...
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    Re: M7040SU underslung/downswept exhaust

    Delete. Attachment didn't work. Sorry.

    OOPS, maybe it did! Look about 3/4 of the way down the parts diagrams.
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