This forum was created for all members with non-Deere tractors of any color or flavor. Please post up some pictures of your machines-You know how we love pictures:lol:
That's the reason for the upgrade. As much as I love the cold (I really do, find it rejuvenating.) being covered in snow gets tiring. And since my Dad had the stroke, his tolerance of the cold is a lot lower than before.Do you feel welcome now Will? :laugh:
That snow looks awful; I know I'd want a comfy cab to be in if I had to work in that stuff.
I turned mine over when it was new, the schoolbus driver made wheel trenches in the side of the small hill were you go up to enter the property. I figured I could just raise the bucket to keep from digging in the hill and see what I was doing and then use the tractors front tire to smooth things out, anyway the tractor dumped on it's left side, luckly the only thing that happened was the ROPs was bent a little. I called the local towing guy out and he got it upright again... if I remember correctly he charged me $25. My farmer neighbor explained to me I shouldn't have raise the bucket, I guess by changing the center of gravity I caused the machine to turn over.Here's a picture of my Kubota that might be considered OK for a Deere site :laugh:.
And here's a fuzzy shot for the fuzzy concept of "Why can't we all just get along?"
:lol::lol::lol:Aww....... the little feller ate too much hay and took a nap. Lol.
Thanks. I love taking pics, and I will post my share here, that's for sure.:lol::lol::lol:
That's about right. Don't use your backhoe to round up big hay bales in unknown terrain. It might just get tired and want a nap! I walked away. Tractor got it's fluids changed, I got my undies changed. The ROPS has a rakish bend to it like a well worn Fedora. Nothing broken, it landed on it's outriggers, wheels, ROPs, and loader with all hitting the ground at the same time. Tow truck up-righted it and pulled it out- driver was good and had his angles right. Only thing I did wrong was this:
It had been on it's side for a day. After up-righting it, I started it. That was not smart (I found out later). If the oil had leaked up into the cylinders, it could have caused big damage to the engine. An important safety tip if you're going to tip over your tractors.
The box blade is a Frontier BB3272. I believe that's made by Woods. 6' wide, 21 cu ft, weights 800 #s, 1/2" end plates.
Nice forum category! Nix tractor pix WilliamBos!
Heh. I remember sitting in listening to some fellas talk about tractors and farming and I mentioned that I was looking to get a small tractor. I told them I had been to a John Deere dealer and they all smiled and nodded. And then---and then--I told them I had also looked at Kubotas and New Hollands and suddenly they all frowned and looked at each other and shook their heads. It made me feel like I insulted a family member or something like that. Did I do something wrong I asked? Well, says this old timer, there's a lot of stuff out there that will push a blower, run a mower or pull a plow, but that don't mean nuthin cuz if it ain't green it ain't a tractor. All tractors are green.I got a small..itsy bitsy teeny weeny confession to make.
Hi....my name is Randy.....and I almost bought a Kubota B26.
Now....I feel so relieved. I hope I am not shunned now.:unknown: