New LX 3310

Orange2230

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Just purchased a new LX3310 with FEL and 60" mid mount mower today. Just wondering how folks are liking these machines that already have one.
 
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sheepfarmer

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Just purchased a new LX3310 with FEL and 60" mid mount mower today. Just wondering how folks are liking these machines that already have one.
Not many posts, so we’d like to hear about yours, particularly the dpf regen features. Can you post the directions to compare with the L3301 and L3560? See the sticky at the top of the Tractor Operating forum for a thread about regeneration for new tractor owners of those models. (Also a good tour of forum features if you’re new here:)). Everyone, me included, will encourage you to read the owner’s manual that comes with the tractor from cover to cover, and keep it handy. Most folks also like to buy a shop manual too. Welcome!
 

jkrez

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I just put $$ own on LX3310 with cab, FEL, 64 inch commercial snowblower, R14 Tires loaded and backhoe. Salesmen trying to find out delive for blower. He said pretty sure has backhoe. With 0% loan need all implements for serial numbers. I told him if the snowblower is going to hold everything up to delete from the loan and I will pay cash when it arrives.
my god I did not know I could do so much with this thing, as long as I can afford the implement.

watching this thread.
 

je1279

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I have a LX2610 which is the same size with about 7 less hp. Mine has been great so far. I've used it for plowing snow, grading dirt, and dethatching and fertilizing the lawn. I have a lot more planned for it over the coming years also and I don't expect it will let me down.
 

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My (wife's since it is her tractor) complaints after 15 hours are when mowing slopes it feels tippy even with loaded tires and the transmission whine in the cab is terrible. Hope it gets better over time.

Other wise, it is a better all around tractor than the B2710 it replaced, wish I had moved to a cab years ago.
I will be adding spacers to the rear (and maybe the front if allowed) and if I can find wheel weights, putting them on.

I am still not sure I like the R14s as they feel bouncy to a fault mowing the pasture, so I am in the process of buying another set of rims and R4s.
 
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sardillim

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Just purchased a new LX3310 with FEL and 60" mid mount mower today. Just wondering how folks are liking these machines that already have one.
I bought the same set up so far so good, the only negative when it decides to do a re-gen and the machine is not being used at full throttle
 

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My (wife's since it is her tractor) complaints after 15 hours are when mowing slopes it feels tippy even with loaded tires and the transmission whine in the cab is terrible. Hope it gets better over time.

Other wise, it is a better all around tractor than the B2710 it replaced, wish I had moved to a cab years ago.
I will be adding spacers to the rear (and maybe the front if allowed) and if I can find wheel weights, putting them on.

I am still not sure I like the R14s as they feel bouncy to a fault mowing the pasture, so I am in the process of buying another set of rims and R4s.
I liked the R14T tires upon first seeing them but after seeing identical tractors side-by-side with R14T and R4 tires I've changed my mind due to significant ballooning of the R14Ts.

Kubota does not offer wheel weights for the LX series tractors.

HST whine in the B and LX cabs is a common complaint. I would not expect it to improve over time, SUDT2 or otherwise.

SDT
 

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I bought the same set up so far so good, the only negative when it decides to do a re-gen and the machine is not being used at full throttle
It seems that all of my Kubota tractors with DPFs decide it's time to regen just when I am finished and heading for the barn.

Annoying.

SDT
 

MNVikingsGuy

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I've loved mine for snow removal and forks work this winter. Now that the snow has melted it will get put to heavy work in the woods and fields and I will know a lot more about this purchase in 3-4 months.
 

HowardTractor

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I recently purchased the lx2610 and am really liking it so far. I have been able to do some pretty intricate work with the MMM. I was surprised by how nimble the tractor is. I am able to move around obstacles, switch directions and make much tighter turns than I expected in the landscaped part of my property. I was starting to look into ways to possibly use a compact tractor for baling the larger fields (~6 acres). There are some solutions out there, but some of them require slightly more HP which your lx3310 has. We used the bucket to do some basic yard cleanup when the warm weather hit, it was a great convenience. Yesterday I made short work of removing fence and posts from an area that was previously fenced in. I used a chain and the FEL and pulled those posts straight up out of the ground. Tractor didn't even blink. I thought for sure I would pull the back end off the ground. Anyway. I am really digging my lx it seems to be that mid sized multipurpose tool, the way it is advertised. Good luck with yours.
 
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brownan

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I'm sitting here waiting for my new LX3310 to arrive from the dealer. Grapple and flail mower on are back order and hopefully here within a month or so. This is my first tractor so will be spending a lot of time on the forum learning about it.
 
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Jhtractor

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Waiting to get my new LX3310 in the next few weeks. Dealer had one in stock, just getting it all set up now. I think the LX2610 would have met my needs, but with all the supply chain issues and lots of projects to do this summer on a new property, I wasn't willing to wait. Super excited to get the tractor and very appreciative of all the great information here on the forum.
 
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Syncom2

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I'm sitting here waiting for my new LX3310 to arrive from the dealer. Grapple and flail mower on are back order and hopefully here within a month or so. This is my first tractor so will be spending a lot of time on the forum learning about it.
What make and size flail mower are you able to use?
 

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My (wife's since it is her tractor) complaints after 15 hours are when mowing slopes it feels tippy even with loaded tires and the transmission whine in the cab is terrible. Hope it gets better over time.

Other wise, it is a better all around tractor than the B2710 it replaced, wish I had moved to a cab years ago.
I will be adding spacers to the rear (and maybe the front if allowed) and if I can find wheel weights, putting them on.

I am still not sure I like the R14s as they feel bouncy to a fault mowing the pasture, so I am in the process of buying another set of rims and R4s.
Make sure your tire pressure is correct. Too much pressure will make them bounce. Try letting a little out.
 

MNVikingsGuy

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What make and size flail mower are you able to use?
I have the Betstco Heavy Duty 60" and it works fine with my LX3310. Wouldn't go up or down in size. (up would be too much for the 27hp at PTO and down would fail to "cover" the tires)
 

foobert

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I am still not sure I like the R14s as they feel bouncy to a fault mowing the pasture, so I am in the process of buying another set of rims and R4s.
What's the recommended pressure of rears and what pressure are you running? From another thread, the R14's have a very high pressure rating (40 psi in that case) and the manual was recommending operating at that pressure! Sure, the tires support a very hefty load rating -- over 3x the tractor weight in that example, but, I wonder if the bounce is from simple over inflation due to bad recommended pressures.
 

B2710

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What's the recommended pressure of rears and what pressure are you running? From another thread, the R14's have a very high pressure rating (40 psi in that case) and the manual was recommending operating at that pressure! Sure, the tires support a very hefty load rating -- over 3x the tractor weight in that example, but, I wonder if the bounce is from simple over inflation due to bad recommended pressures.
The OM states 30 psi for my size R14s. I started there and each week went I have mowed my pasture I have lowered the pressure 5 psi and this week I am at 15 psi, may try 10 next week to just to finish the experiment. I think the bouncy feeling comes from the lack of sidewall stiffness compared to the R4s. All my small tractors for the past 25 years have had R4s on them.
 

Jeffcall720

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Just purchased a new LX3310 with FEL and 60" mid mount mower today. Just wondering how folks are liking these machines that already have one.
I have 8 hours on my 3310 (I know, not much) and I'll tell you that the whine in the cab is much less harsh when the engine running at proper PTO speed. So far I love it and wouldn't change a thing.
 
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Lance2171

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Where are you buying the wheels and tires?
I have a LX2610 (Rops with MMM) and want to buy a set of wheels and R3 turf tires for mowing

My (wife's since it is her tractor) complaints after 15 hours are when mowing slopes it feels tippy even with loaded tires and the transmission whine in the cab is terrible. Hope it gets better over time.

Other wise, it is a better all around tractor than the B2710 it replaced, wish I had moved to a cab years ago.
I will be adding spacers to the rear (and maybe the front if allowed) and if I can find wheel weights, putting them on.

I am still not sure I like the R14s as they feel bouncy to a fault mowing the pasture, so I am in the process of buying another set of rims and R4s.
 
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