I have a LX2610 cab version on order. Should be delivered in time for the winter here in Idaho and (hopefully) some snowblowing. I'm interested in purchasing a set of the covers. Please let me know how you are handling the orders this year. Thanks! Randy
Hi. The kubota fan-boys get mad when anyone suggests something non-Kubota but I would really suggest that you consider a KIOTI DK4210SE Cab model. I recently upgraded from an L2501 and the difference is astounding - and I didn't break the bank! I really think (after a lot of my own research) that the Kitoti offers a lot more than Kubota in this size tractor. You can also consider DK5510SE and the DK6010SE - these are 55 and 60HP variants of the DK4210SE. You'll love whatever you get - just go as big as the budget allows.
Bought the Danuser Intimidator. As others have said, the grapple tip is impossible to see from the cab seat and a forward-looking camera is a near necessity. A ground guide assistant is a poor substitute. The long "snout" length and implement weight severely reduces digging and root braking ability on anything but a FEL with heavy breakout capacity. The tractor must be heavily ballasted. Grabbing smaller trees with the grapple's pincers and pushing straight on generally works best for me with my light ballasting and short/narrow tractor footprint.
I will repost after some tractor reconfiguration and learning how to best use this well made heavy duty implement. As things stand now, my tractor and experience are the primary limiting factors
Got a question , just for shyts and giggles I stoped inthe chevy dealer and asked about the 3 litter diesel in a truck like yours. He told me they dont make them I said yes they do cause I know a man that has one. And he walked away,, Now my question is, was this a lot truck or a special order? If special order would you please be kind enough to send me the info so I can find a dealer that will talk to me, at least I will have the stuff I need to talk about it. Thanks much and that is a sweet looking beasty you have there
Orange forum, I was mistaken about what I was charged for on my MX5200. There was not any new oil put into the transmission, only the filters were changed at $48 and $68 plus a $42 labor charge. Sorry about the wrong information, I just received the invoice today. Why do filters need to be changed, but not the fluid? As I go up the ladder with customer help, I was told that labor is never covered on a PSB ( the 2020-0528 i had no idea that I would have to pay labor. I spoke to level one customer service and he was going to kick it up to the next level. He said the next level reviews cases on an individual basis, but are not obligated to respond to complaints. I’ll keep you posted. I’m am fighting this, even though I expect to lose, because I am mad at Kubota and it feels good to try.
As of August 27, 2021, waiting for my BX23s to arrive. "Maybe in September?"
The only knowledge I have is from printing off the owners manual to read and
watching as many YouTubes as I can. I will likely never have anything to offer
here, so I am here to learn and appreciate the experience(s) of all you tractor
veterans. Thank you.
ok so i am currently in a stupper with my b6200 . I did a bench test with the starter and solenoid and I hooked up with battery cables the positive lead that is on top of solenoid grounded the negative to the outside of the starter. I then touched the connecter that goes to ignition to the positive with a gator clip and after a couple sparky moments could see and hear the solenoid engage and spin the gear that is engaged to fly wheel. I then bolted up starter and solenoid then hooked up battery to the electrical system and start to test from the battery to the starter with a test light .The top connecter has power but after that dead all the way to ignition switch. So the next thing to check would be the fusible link that is starting to show its age by falling apart, plastic is crumbling around metal connecters.Then the next thing is the safety switch for the clutch and up the line to the ignition switch. I checked the two fuses and they are good no electricity at that point.
Hello all, I have just bought a Kubota M4500DT. I have browsed this forum and found some answers, thank you all. Special thanks to JohnDB who has helped me with manuals and diagrams. The engine was a nightmare to fire up. White smoke and running very rough until it eventually fired and once it was warm it started straight away. I read these are renowned for hard starting, ( this may help others) so I went through everything, figuring there is bad glow plugs for white smoke unburnt fuel, well they all tested individually for resistance okay, took two out and put them to the battery and they glowed nice and hot. I have a more modern Kubota excavator KX 161-3 and the glow shows on the key switch, wait a few seconds turn key and and fires. Well this is my first tractor and I have been turning the handle left for the glow but not looking for long because i thought the glow wire was an indicator which wasnt working and not part of the actual start circuit.
Good morning. I upgraded my Ford 601 Workmaster to a Kubota L3010 this spring. I LOVE it!! It pulled my two bottom plow and five foot ripper disc fabulously for my garden. My next attachment needs to be a box blade for my driveway. I cant find anything official on what my tractor can handle. It's 30 HP and nearly 3000 pounds. Can it handle a six foot BB? I think from what I have read it will handle a 5 footer with no problems but that is a tad narrow and not stocked anywhere near me. Would I be happy with the 6 footers that I can find? Second question, how much tiller can that tractor handle. Again, I am thinking 5 foot but think it has to be offset to cover wheels.? I appreciate your advice, wisdom and person experience--especially if you have my tractor or a similar one. Thanks in advance.