What did you do to or on your Kubota today?

gcmiller

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B2910, LA402 FEL, Caroni TC-910 91" finish mower, RTV900
Mar 13, 2017
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Wife reminded me of Raleigh's Snowmageddon in 2014, where we should have gotten a "dusting". I knew people that took 9 hours to get home... With a "infamous" photo...
I remember that well!!

It's really interesting to see how many of us are in the Raleigh area.

And yes, I also remember snowmageddon. What a cluster that was.
 

RMS

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LX2610HSDC, RCR1260, PFL1242, LX2963, RB1684, WC-68 Chipper
Sep 26, 2021
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Buckfield Maine
We got around 8". I got out with the snowblower before the rain hit so I could get most of the snow taken care of. Once the rains stopped, I used the rear blade to take care of the slush that was left over. I really like having both of those implements for snow.
 
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S-G-R

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LX3310, LA535, rear remotes, third function, R14's
Jun 17, 2020
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Had some cat 2 bushings made for my QH15. It came with one set of cat 1 to cat 2 bushings that are 1.25" wide. I had no issues with them in my box blade or finish mower.

They did cause an issue with the snow blower. For whatever reason they would slide out of place and the pin would be resting on the QH causing the blower to ride sloppily in the QH.

I couldn't find any bushings locally so I had a machine shop make three sets for me. The are 2.25" vs the 1.25" that the QH came with. Put a set on the blower and they worked great.

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DCM303

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L4060HST LE
Dec 15, 2020
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Back on Jan. 1st. I posted about some mods I did to include running some 4AWG cables to the rear of my L4060LE and adding a couple power distribution blocks (positive and negative). These fed a fuse block that I wired to a USB power port and a 12 vdc power plug and a couple Artillian lights to. I didn't take any pics at the time (dumb on my part) but finally took some. I ran the cables so I can run a winch in the near future, feeding the fuse block was a plus.
 

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S-G-R

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LX3310, LA535, rear remotes, third function, R14's
Jun 17, 2020
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Blew another 2' of snow
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edritchey

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Newest editions: MX5400HSTC & a B2601HSD
Jul 19, 2014
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Wellsville, PA
Our power was out so I spent the morning opening up my neighbor's lanes after I plowed out mine. :)
 
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Old Bob

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Jun 5, 2021
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Got 4-5 of snow, they it turned to rain so when I got home I plowed about 3" of slush. Did it 2 wheel drive and hardly spun at all.
 
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Newaterman

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LX2610 HSDC, Z422-54KW
Feb 14, 2021
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Vermont
Finally got home four days late after my normal 14 days on the boat. Relief had covid and ended up in the hospital at one point. So really I got off easy. Did manage to make it home just in time to clean up 12-14” of snow here in Northern VT.

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jyoutz

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MX6000 HST open station, FEL, 6’ cutter, forks, 8’ rear blade, 7’ cultivator
Jan 14, 2019
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Edgewood, New Mexico
Since I took delivery of my MX and bought my Bison blade last month we have only had one snow event of 5” of wet snow; not worth plowing. Recently it’s been a warm, open winter so I decided to grade and shape our gravel road. I spent a few hours pulling gravel from the ditches with the blade offset and tilted, then leveled the blade and graded and crowned the road. I only have 1/4 miles of my own road to maintain, but I was enjoying the new machine and implement, so I graded the road to the end, serving 3 more neighbors. I was very pleased with the heavy 1000# blade and how it cut and spread gravel, compared to the old lightweight blade I used in my smaller tractor. That blade just skipped across the road surface. Weight matters (and hp to handle it).
 
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mdhughes

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L3901DT
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Ste Geneveive county, MO
Was doing a little firewood today and picked up the last of the what I thought were 60" logs to take to the splitter. One of the logs wasn't 60" and fell thru the forks. Somehow it got caught by the other two logs. Made it all the way to the splitter that way.
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ctfjr

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L3800HST
Dec 7, 2009
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Two nights ago we had a round of snow/rain that froze and left the driveway a mess. Yesterday I used the toothbar to really rip up as much as possible in anticipation of some promised 40* temps today. Its supposed to really cool down over the next several days so I may go out again today and try to remove whatever doesn't melt.

I also added a new receiver for the tractor's garage door. Our existing one is so old I couldn't find a key fob for it. Now the tractor has its own fob.
 
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DDCD

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1964 MF135, L2501
May 8, 2021
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Oklahoma
Got my ea toothbar installed and put a few hours on it until it started sleeting. Temps dropping to low teens- don't know how you northerners with open station do it. Neither me or my tractor is prepared for single digit operating.

I probably moved about 15-20 tons judging by the size of the pile. Something I never would've been able to do with a wheel barrow.

Toothbar is definitely not as refined and precise as a box blade but it cuts sod easily where the box blade won't without rippers.
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dirtydeed

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B2650 BH77, BX23TLBM, box blade, rear blade, flail mower, Stump Grinder
Dec 8, 2017
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Quick, evening rescue mission to backfill a trench. I had offered to dig this one several weeks ago but someone, in their infinite wisdom, decided that it was too small of a job. Well, two plumbers spent all day digging it by hand and they were running out of daylight to do the backfill.

Those two are going to be hurting tomorrow.

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Temps are about to plummet after a chance of snow in the am...better get it done now.

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About 10 mins with a box blade saved them hours of work. Who knew? :unsure::rolleyes:
 
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RCW

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BX2360, FEL, MMM, BX2750D snowblower. 1953 Minneapolis Moline ZAU
Apr 28, 2013
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Chenango County, NY
Quick, evening rescue mission to backfill a trench. I had offered to dig this one several weeks ago but someone, in their infinite wisdom, decided that it was too small of a job. Well, two plumbers spent all day digging it by hand and they were running out of daylight to do the backfill.

Those two are going to be hurting tomorrow.
Ouch - - by the looks of the stone in the spoils.....wasn't easy digging for dem boyz either....

Maybe they should have planned it the other direction...you dig, they fill... ;)

Dirt goes much easier DOWN the hole.....:unsure:
 
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