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Old 5 Hours Ago   #5441
hope to float
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Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: Ireland
Equipment: L3450
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Default Re: What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

I kinda found the limit of the 3-point lifting power. After a bit of a struggle I finally got a big rock into the transport box only to find that the L3450 couldn't lift it. So I lifted the front of the tractor with the loader and took the gain on the 3-point. When I let the front down again, box and rock came a few inches clear off the ground and I was able to drive away.
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Old 1 Hour Ago   #5442
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Join Date: May 2018
Location: CT, USA
Equipment: 2018 BX23s (TLB w/ a mower deck)
Posts: 36
Default Re: What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

Still getting the paths around my property ready for the spring. Ground is nice and soft so now is the time to get them done.

Here's the video if you are curious: https://youtu.be/OnU8P5Je4os
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzU...JaN9BokEsmIfLQ

Tractor: Kubota BX23s
Attachements: FEL, BH, Tiller, Middle Buster, Mid-Mount Mower, BXpanded BH Quick-Attach, BXpanded BH Ripper
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Old 11 Minutes Ago   #5443
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Location: Cavendish Vermont
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Default Re: What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

Put all the wall stones I fished up from the creek last night and put them on the wall that buttresses the front yard.
Hopefully, when snow plowing in the future, I won't be pushing them off since the top of the remaining wall is at road grade now.
I find the best way to use the grapple fork for stone is to get the forks close together, in my case, about 8 inches apart. It works best like this with my grapple mounting.
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