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    LX3310 HST Whine

    I noticed a slight decrease when I did a complete fluid and filter change, not just what manual recommended, at the 50 hour mark.
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    Retrofitting electric actuation for the SB1024 snowblower chute

    Personally, I would not be without that metal gear. If you have had this blower out in use already, you have probably experienced the few times of binding or needing extra oomph to rotate it. While I don't know the strength of that UHMV for this application, I would bet it will not last through...
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    rear work lights, 2610

    100% correct. You can do a search on this site for the same title, but with B2650 and find more information. Wiring is there and has power. You need a switch to go in that blank. You need lights that have that Kubota connection for plug n play.
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    Rear Cab LED Lights, LX2610 Cab

    Since the B2650, LX2610 predecessor, came out, many people have searched for OEM plugs and I do not know if anyone ever found them. I think there was a link, finally, to some. You can search this forum for B2650 rear light threads, too. Also, Messicks can be QUITE pricey shipping wise. I think...
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    Rear Cab LED Lights, LX2610 Cab

    ANY light mounted ABOVE your line of sight will do this!!! I added extra lights to the blower chute, they rotate with the chute so I can verify where the snow goes( there are places I don't want it to go/hit). For me, the front light position and new LEDs along with the LED upgraded headlights...
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    Rear Cab LED Lights, LX2610 Cab

    I bought the factory dash switch. I cut the plug off the end and used standard male/female connectors(waterproof type and heat shrink). I also did this on the front lights, mine were not LED from the factory(B2650HSDC). Now I can just use any aftermarket light in any position and use everyday...
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    Static in radio

    Why would there be a difference in the location of the ferrite core? Would I really want to install it out in the weather? I was going to put one on the radio wire, too. Not enough slack at the fuse block and did not want to deal with pulling the radio at that time. I may still pull the radio...
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    Static in radio

    I bought and installed one of these on the power wire, where is exits the fuse block, for the rear work lights: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075B5BZRZ/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_image_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It did remove the static, but it also reduces the sound/volume. It is like a partial mute...
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    I will look into it. Local tire shop did not mention anything like that.
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    I had to buy a new tire. Whether it was a combination of times or just the last time, I was told the bead was too mangled to hold air. Talked to the local dealer and got nowhere with the part guy, I think he was flipping burgers yesterday with the lack of knowledge. Called a sister dealer to...
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    Checked pressure on both front tires and torqued the nuts. 35 PSIG max, set at 34 PSIG.
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    Put on the wheel/tire and it happened again!!!! :mad: Tire shop did not mention any concern and while I don't know what I am looking for, I don't see anything obviously wrong. Should I go to the dealer this time or just chock it up to too much of a soupy gooey muddy mess I am running...
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    Used a 2 wheel dolly to get it out and back. Took it to a local tire place, they do rural stuff as a norm. $20 all clean and new valve stem.
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    This is my current choice. Again, just got to get it to a vehicle.
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    Most definitely. It will still be "fun" through the gooey soupy mess!!
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    I thought about that after posting this.
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    Front tire valve stem issue after popped bead

    I guess I have a blown bead on a tire, would be my first and basing on what I see on the internet. I was working in soupy mud, so there is gooey soupy mess inside, i can see it. I tried rinsing it out, but little success. I really think the tire needs to come off. With that said, I tried to...
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    Snowblower vibration

    Photos would help immensely. Are you referring to the short shaft on the undercarriage?
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    L2195a Snowblower chute rotation issues

    Grease could be an issue. Could also be some debris gets frozen in there when it sits.
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    hood struts for b2650

    Struts, interesting. I have definitely been playing around with some sort of extension to the hood rod.