Not sure about wheels for sure, but pomps probably sells both.Purchased my 1880 with turf tires. Thinking of ordering the other tires for winter use, more traction. Don't care for chains. Does someone besides the dealer sell tires and rims for our tractors at a better price? Thanks
Nothing. The BX1880 is the first generation of BX that uses the same mechanicals and chassis as the 23 and 26 HP models. Same wheelbase, front axle and transmission. My transmission has a tag in the back that says "BX2380". I checked the part numbers for the front axle and they are the same.The dealer quoted a little less than those. The description on those show for bigger BX, not the 1880. What do you have to do to make them work?
I just got price quote (from a dealership that I have never used) for a BH bucket, where the sales rep told me there was no difference.Be sure to check with your salesman, not the parts counter. Sales can get them ordered thru Kubota "whole goods". Tires mounted on wheels will be less expensive thru "whole goods" than just buying tires thru parts.
at least, that's how it used to be.
I'm really not sure why but one piece of it is you wont be paying for shipping if it's ordered thru whole goods.Never have needed to buy anything through this whole goods thing but, why would a dealer have two places under one roof to purchase items with one being expensive and one way cheaper??? This boggles the mind? Please explain!
Me too, I bought a whole goods set of mounted ag tires (very inexpensively) when purchasing my BX1870 to complement the turf tires it came with…I merely swap between them as needed.I'm really not sure why but one piece of it is you wont be paying for shipping if it's ordered thru whole goods.
I've used whole goods many years ago for tires/wheels on my old BX 23 (circa 2006) and they were much cheaper that way.