New LX 3310

ItBmine

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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
Go to your dealer salesman (not parts) and get them through Kubota Wholegoods. You can't buy a rim or a tire for the price they sell the set for.
I just got 4 rims and tires for mine last winter that way.
 
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Lance2171

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Kubota Lx2610, FEL, EA Wicked Root Grapple, EA Box Blade (so far)
Oct 17, 2021
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Thanks, I'll look into it

Go to your dealer salesman (not parts) and get them through Kubota Wholegoods. You can't buy a rim or a tire for the price they sell the set for.
I just got 4 rims and tires for mine last winter that way.
 

ItBmine

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I have commercial accounts at two different tire shops and even with my discounted pricing I couldn't by the tire for what I got tire mounted on rim from Kubota Whole Goods for.
 

Snowman7

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LX3310 535 loader, LX2980, RB2672, FDR1660
May 20, 2020
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I have 64 hours on my LX3310 and with the exception of the hydro whine I love it. It just did it’s fourth regen( every 16 hours so far, oh well) and they last 10-15 minutes. It does use a lot more fuel than the old 770 but I think I am running a lot more rpm trying to keep temps up to prevent regens. I will be removing loader and installing blower soon.
 
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PM7788

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LX3310HSDC, LA535 FEL, LX2963 Snowblower
Aug 28, 2021
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I have 64 hours on my LX3310 and with the exception of the hydro whine I love it. It just did it’s fourth regen( every 16 hours so far, oh well) and they last 10-15 minutes. It does use a lot more fuel than the old 770 but I think I am running a lot more rpm trying to keep temps up to prevent regens. I will be removing loader and installing blower soon.
I just got my LX3310 and I'm slowly figuring out what RPMs to operate at. What are you typically running at?
 

Jhtractor

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2021 LX3310, LA535, RTR1258 tiller, QH10, BB1260, LX2963, PF1242, RCK60
Apr 23, 2021
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I just got my LX3310 and I'm slowly figuring out what RPMs to operate at. What are you typically running at?
I run mine around 2000-2100 RPM when doing work around our property, full RPM when running a tiller. My regen have been about every 15 hours. Loader work moving dirt and rocks in low range gear, running around on trails in the woods and moving brush in medium gear.
 
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Snowman7

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I just got my LX3310 and I'm slowly figuring out what RPMs to operate at. What are you typically running at?
Most of my hours were mowing and I would average about 2350. If I am tooling around doing whatever I will run at about 2000
 
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Taghkanic

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LX3310
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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.
In October (after an 11 month wait) I upgraded slightly from my B2620 to the LX3310, with an LA535/60" loader, and the third function valve kit. No cab—I prefer to really see/hear everything that is going on.

Overall, I think I like it better, with just a few minor complaints (see below)... But it will take a full season for a verdict. Naturally it’s been an adjustment due to my deep familiarity with my smaller B2620 and unfamiliarity with the new machine.

Certainly the regeneration process is a pain—if it comes on toward the end of a session, you have to keep going a full 20-30 minutes to let the process finish. But in the long run that should be an improvement, right?

My land is pretty hilly, and I find the 3310 a little tippy compared the 2620 (both with weight in the tires).

I’m very happy to now have a quick attach loader, and also finally got a quick hitch for the rear.

On the front in addition to the ordinary bucket I bought an Artillian system with swappable grapple, pallet forks, and stump digger attachments which have proved handy. Not quite as easy to swap on/off as advertised, but I should get better at it.

On the back I just bought a Big Tool Rack Ultimate carryall, which should help add some weight to stabilize the tractor and also is proving to be a great convenience as far as doing various landscaping chores around the property.

Lastly I opted for the 72" mid-mount mower (in addition my old Bush Hog), and that has been less finicky than my old mid-mount for the B2620. One thing I don’t like is the metal “chute” for spitting out clippings. Mine got bent in front almost the first time I mowed around a big tree. Pretty flimsy. I much prefer a hard rubber or flexible hard plastic chute, but my parts guys say that doesn't exist for this model. Grrr.
 

Snowman7

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LX3310 535 loader, LX2980, RB2672, FDR1660
May 20, 2020
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Boyne Falls, MI.
Just to add to my other comments, this thing throws snow like a beast.
 
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SDT

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multiple and various
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In October (after an 11 month wait) I upgraded slightly from my B2620 to the LX3310, with an LA535/60" loader, and the third function valve kit. No cab—I prefer to really see/hear everything that is going on.

Overall, I think I like it better, with just a few minor complaints (see below)... But it will take a full season for a verdict. Naturally it’s been an adjustment due to my deep familiarity with my smaller B2620 and unfamiliarity with the new machine.

Certainly the regeneration process is a pain—if it comes on toward the end of a session, you have to keep going a full 20-30 minutes to let the process finish. But in the long run that should be an improvement, right?

My land is pretty hilly, and I find the 3310 a little tippy compared the 2620 (both with weight in the tires).

I’m very happy to now have a quick attach loader, and also finally got a quick hitch for the rear.

On the front in addition to the ordinary bucket I bought an Artillian system with swappable grapple, pallet forks, and stump digger attachments which have proved handy. Not quite as easy to swap on/off as advertised, but I should get better at it.

On the back I just bought a Big Tool Rack Ultimate carryall, which should help add some weight to stabilize the tractor and also is proving to be a great convenience as far as doing various landscaping chores around the property.

Lastly I opted for the 72" mid-mount mower (in addition my old Bush Hog), and that has been less finicky than my old mid-mount for the B2620. One thing I don’t like is the metal “chute” for spitting out clippings. Mine got bent in front almost the first time I mowed around a big tree. Pretty flimsy. I much prefer a hard rubber or flexible hard plastic chute, but my parts guys say that doesn't exist for this model. Grrr.
I push the Inhibit button 20 minutes or so before heading to the barn on all of my Kubotas with DPFs to avoid wasteful, time consuming regens upon finishing tasks.