Recent content by ayak

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    Daily Chuckle

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    Top n Tilt & Backhoe

    Thanks Brian. The regular Kubota 3-point hardware itself definitely all needs to come off when switching to the BH77, no matter what. But it’s not that big a deal once you’ve done it a couple times—15 min job
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    Top n Tilt & Backhoe

    In Brian@FitRite I trust—I have an L3301 with a BH77 and he’s building me the cylinders with this in mind.
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    Picture of your tractor on your trailer

    1100# tongue weight, total trailer and cargo here is 8100#.
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    I’m always on the lookout for Squirrel—plus he can fly :oops:
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    That’s a WV Bar :ROFLMAO:
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    MTL RG-7 Grapple

    I had been in the same boat as you but wanted a ‘tweener’ that I could perhaps use with a tractor upgrade in a few years, so I ended up with a 60” 430# double-lid one. The double-lid was by far the BEST part about my pick. For my purposes and my long-term plan, the 430#er was perfect. I put a...
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    Came up my driveway (view is out my office window—also a good tree stand) Friday evening at quitting time. A smaller second one trailed it a few minutes later—possibly last year’s cub to the first one.
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    Coleman’s is pretty good too, if you’re wanting Kubota parts.
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    FIMCO 40 gallon 3 point sprayer...

    I read those same reviews and held off for awhile as a result. Then in early 2019, I picked one up and was really careful with the assembly—and have never had any trouble with it. And I would think with some of the bumpy places I have to haul mine to when full, should have had a problem by now...
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    Adjustment on spool valve

    I believe it was Dolly Parton (among others) who said “God helps those who help themselves…”😁
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    Adjustment on spool valve

    Not sure if this is relevant to your particular problem or not, but a very good video regarding a BH77 problem (and its resolution), nonetheless:
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    New Owner, L3301...looking for more weight in the tail

    With washer fluid-filled rear R4s and a 315# box blade hanging off the back, I recently used my forks (with my 3301) to take a 575# shipment on pallet off the back of the Fedex Freight truck—no problem. I’ve also had the 66” QA FEL filled to the gills with limestone on several occasions with...
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    What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

    Got the lime down last week and today, cut the weeds off my clover food plots. All that’s left to do now is to chalk the base lines before the first pitch (opening day of archery season)