Greetings Omega123, I don't know of anyone near me that has that model for making a template. However, that's a nice looking tractor and from looking at some online pics it wouldn't be difficult to make a set of templates for one. If you'd like, I'd give you some pointers on doing that using something like kraft paper. Other than taking a little time it isn't hard at all. You could then mail me your templates and I'd be happy to sew a set of covers for you. Again from looking at an online pic it would appear that they'd be very similar in size to the LX and I'd wager the cost would be right in the same ballpark.Any templates for b3000 yet? very interested in a set. Just bought a nice used unit.
Sounds great. You'll find the extra work isn't that hard at all. LOL! Regarding being new to the form: Welcome and join the crowd! I'm still having issues with my account after switching internet providers. I'll start a conversation with you and provide my email address. You should be able to access that "conversation" by selecting the envelope icon at the upper right corner after you sign in. (hopefully)I can definitely do that! Give me a few days to get the pics and ill send them your way. More than willing do the extra work for what i read are your great products. Is your email on your profile? Still new to this forum. More used to pirate 4x4 and Fullsizechevy.
The Kubota Derby: The Engine Temperature Competition
Before the Race
There might be enough "saddle time" accumulated to now post the findings and fixes for operating in subzero temps and above with my new B2650. It may also apply to or help any other smaller compact tractor having trouble keeping within the operating temperature range with the radiator and fan at the front of the tractor blowing air to the rear over the engine. With different variables such as thermostats, snow blowers, engine loading, outside temps, auxiliary cab heaters, etc., one just needs to always keep a sharp eye on the temperature gauge. I had been leaning towards getting some kind of heat into my cab fabrication and needed to be able to keep the operating temps up in the midrange or at least more consistent in the wildly variable outdoor winter temps. Here's what I've discovered and done in my circumstances:
When winter hit this year (2018/2019) I was anxious to put my new purebred Mechanical Steed to use and have it earn its keep in its winter duties. This Steed is always kept in its stall in the heated shop so it already has a head start by a nose or two in warming up before I lead it onto the track, loosen the reins and give it a workout worthy of the thoroughbred that it is. However, once outside it's stall and out in the elements it struggled to warm up (even under load) and if left to idle in the cold would almost start to shiver. Something was missing to help my mechanical steed contend with the cold winter temps here near the 49th parallel. (Note: The temps posted here are actual, not wind chill adjusted.) If you'd like to watch this competition..... grab your beer and popcorn, Ladies and Gents.
Hi Fredfish,How do I order the covers for a B1650?
Greetings, rowolf and welcome to OTT!!Hi, I'd like to get a set for my B2650. Thanks.
Hi Mike! We could sure work up a nice set of covers for your B2620. Looks like they'd also fit the B2320 and B2920 as well. I started a conversation with you for an idea. Thanks for your interest!!Hello Bird Dogger. Could you make a set for a B2620? Let me know...thanks