What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

Eric McCarthy

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Kubota B6100E
Dec 21, 2009
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Richmond Va
I've been a bad parent lately. I have kinda neglected my Kubota and haven't given her much love or attention since the hurricane that came rolling threw the Eastern Seaboard a few months ago. I haven't really had the time or a need for the ol' gal since I've been back to driving a tow truck.
 

Profnohair

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L1500, 42" bh, box blade, G6200HST, Mahindra 450 with BH, FEL, etc.
I've been a bad parent lately. I have kinda neglected my Kubota and haven't given her much love or attention since the hurricane that came rolling threw the Eastern Seaboard a few months ago. I haven't really had the time or a need for the ol' gal since I've been back to driving a tow truck.
From someone who had 15 feet of water in their house, I know how a hurricane can change your life forever.

Profnohair
Formerly of St. Bernard, LA
 

orangemen1

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t1770/t2740
Jan 28, 2012
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marlboro Mass
making plans to put a linear actuator on the chute of the snowblower,

and a another on the frame to move the snowblower up and down.

need some warmer weather, was 16f here this morning
 

ksw9298

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Jan 6, 2012
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Wisconsin
I found out the loader lockout control needs to be ALL the way off or ALL the way on. The halfway in-between can cause lots of concern when the loader control won't move after working just fine 2 seconds ago.
 

gurn

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Kubota L175
Apr 15, 2011
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Nashville,Tn
I think I got the hang of using my box scraper now. My drive is alot better now and the pot holes are filled in. I love this little tractor;)
 

blackfoot1

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L245
Feb 11, 2012
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Louisiana
Hi all,
I'm new here.

All I did today was pick up a N2M (new-to-me :p) L245.



She's rough, but for $100 I don't expect it to be perfect.
Previous owner says oil in cooling system problem. :confused:


Michael
 
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Kytim

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B6000DT, B7100DT,Snowplow, RM360, Scoop, Cultivator, Carryall,Disk, plow
Aug 14, 2009
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Western Ky
Want your money back?? HaHa looks like you did good. a little muscle and a few parts, Bingo!

welcome aboard,
 

pat331

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L35, mower, bushhog, cement mixer, grader, boxblade, forks, posthole digger
Mar 31, 2009
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Ft. Worth, TX
Today, I greased the BH and FEL on my L35. There are 47 grease zerts total. This is the first time I've had the backhoe on in months due to a busted dipperstick cylinder. Going to do some digging and there is no way I'm going to do it by hand.
 

gurn

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Kubota L175
Apr 15, 2011
239
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Nashville,Tn
Hi all,
I'm new here.

All I did today was pick up a N2M (new-to-me :p) L245.



She's rough, but for $100 I don't expect it to be perfect.
Previous owner says oil in cooling system problem. :confused:


Michael
Looks good for the money,did you take the head off or was it missing? Welcome!
 

Hook

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L3240 with LA514 FEL, Box Blade, Howard Rotovator, All Purpose Plow, Sub Soiler
Jul 6, 2010
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Jackson, Georgia
I didn't do anything to my Kubota but I did plenty on it. One of my retirement projects was to clean up my Mother-in-Laws old home place in order to help her sell it. The house was sold and moved off the property a couple of years ago. She had tried to sell it all but the economy tanked and she had no luck. The house movers left a huge mess which was to be expected. The back porch was torn down and piled in a heap along with tons of cement from the front porch, foundation and sidewalks. On Friday at around noon a work site dumpster was delivered. By 4:30 we had it nearly full. The Kubota did most all of the heavy lifting, I did the driving and my wife did the bossing (she worked hard too). We put all the building materials in the dumpster and all the concrete in a washout on the back of the property. I never thought we could have made such progress on that mess in one afternoon. If not for the Kubota it would have taken us weeks. My wife now has a new appreciation for the front end loader.
 

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bcbull378

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GL3830,fel,brush hog,pallet forks,disc,gannon,auger,springtooth,plow,drag,ripper
Sep 6, 2011
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Ventura Ca
I did a little weed abatement today then sold a extra 2 bottom plow I had, it was given to me when I bought a springtooth at an estate sale and I sold it for $200 so its off to buy a broadcaster tomorrow ahh Life is good at the Garmon ranch
 

btackett

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Jan 18, 2012
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Knoxville,Tn
Well, I actually finished it yesterday but worked a double today. I went from this....



to this...




Now to install all the MMM stuff and fix the 3 point linkage and fix the large dent in the hood that sticks out like a sore thumb.
 
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Buse

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B6100 with FEL
Oct 3, 2011
40
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Sweden
Oh man - impressive...! Looks really good. Reala nice work!
I just foud out that my B6100 right front wheel needs a new tube. I did put in a tube in the left front wheel a whila ago. But there is obvously a tiny leak in the right front as well.
 

Bulldog

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M 9000 DTC, L 3000 DT
Mar 30, 2010
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Rocky Face, Georgia
Got tired of not being able to tell what color it was so I washed what seemed like 500 lbs of cow mud off of it. I was quite sure I had a orange tractor under there somewhere and it's almost shinny again. It smells a little better to.