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 02-24-2004, 15:07 Post: 77800
JSMarlow
2004-02-24 15:07:32
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I am looking at the B7510. I was quoted 12,999. with FEL HSD. Is this an OK price? Are there any negative comments about this machine out there? Thanks.






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 02-24-2004, 16:01 Post: 77806
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I have a 2003 7500 HST w/loader, paid 13000.00 for it.
I don't have any negative comments about the machine.
I would think it depends on what your going to try to
do with it.
I will be mowing with a 60" MMM, I blow snow with a 54"
PTO rear mount. Seems perfect for my needs. Trying to do
it all with one machine.(cab for blowing would be nice).
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 02-24-2004, 16:49 Post: 77807
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Grinder,
I see in your pictures you have tire chains. How much difference do they make? I didn't think they would be needed as much with a 4wd tractor.
Thanks for your imput.






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 02-24-2004, 17:41 Post: 77815
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JDF
I do not have chains. I think it is the way the snow was sticking to the tires,I can see where you might think I
had chains on. My drive is relatively flat and gets a lot
of sun. If I blow it off in the morn. I have bare tar
by the end of the day, So ice isn't an issue. I really
don't think they would be needed but in steep conditions.
It works very well without them. With the weight of the blower up, I was amazed how well it went out across the
lawn in a good foot of snow.
Do you have a 7500?






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 02-25-2004, 04:46 Post: 77835
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jsmarlow - As grinder mentioned it depends on your needs.

The B7510 is a great machine, works perfect for us anyway. Got it 2 weeks ago. 7510, LA302 FEL, HSD, ballast box, 48" HD box scraper, foldable ROPS for $12891.34 + tax, 14 large out-the-door. All sales should include free delivery and pre-lim walk-thru.

Don't just get an FEL for that tractor, get the LA302. The 302 comes with brush guard assembly which is very nice, has a breakout force of 120# more and can lift about 100# more. Our tractor was $9500, loader $2681. Do the research.
Hope this helps.
Have fun.

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 02-25-2004, 08:26 Post: 77850
JSMarlow
2004-02-25 00:00:00
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Hello All:
Some followup. I will be doing road grading and general ground leveling and shaping. Am concerned about the HP only 21. But yet the B7510 is all my wife will let me spend. I won't be doing any mowing, anyone out there doing grading? What is the best gravel-road grading implement? Thanks to all for the info.






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 02-25-2004, 08:51 Post: 77858
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I bought a B7500 and all i do is grading and dirt work. I have a MMM but will never used it, but it came with the tractor when i bought it used. Your'll want a 48" woods box scraper and a 60" woods medium duty rear blade with tilt and angle. Now if your wife will let you the Tilt and Top system hydraulicly adjust the tilt and the ripper/cutting edge angle of attack on the box scraper. I am a really thing about getting one for my rig.

Tire chains aren't need to plow snow. I have a 3pt blower and do some drive ways with a 30% slope with no problem in 4 wheel drive on turf tires. I still going to get a set to deal with ice and mud. Turfs have very little traction in mud. I would love to have a set of R4's. But the turfs don't tear up customers lawns.

Now for the loader get the LA302 that grill guard does work. I telling you because i found out on monday. I was stacking brush on a job when a log rolled down rhe pile and smashed the grill guard. Not even a scratch in the paint. The front grill and head lights runs like $400 bucks.
You defently want to get that buckets strenghtend up at a welding shop. Its built way to light. I have bend and straighten it out twice since i have had it in the last two months. Also the head light aren't worth a darn. So i would also recommend one of my light bars at $225 plus shipping to tractor point memebers (see pics).






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