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 06-15-2004, 10:15 Post: 88572
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I am looking for a Kubota capable of running their trencher attachment! Differnet dealers give me different answers! It also needs to be have a belly mower for mowing a couple of acres! Any suggestions on price and what model would best fit?






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 06-15-2004, 11:55 Post: 88582
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In the B Series, the 2710 and the 2910 are compatable with trenchers. The rear hydraulic block on these tractors makes the trencher compatable.

Rear hydraulics can be added to the other B-Series models through the Power Beyond of the FEL control valve.






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 06-15-2004, 12:10 Post: 88583
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Toby, you need two things to run a trencher, a PTO output strong enough to drive the size trencher you are looking at, and a hydro-static drive transmission. Even units with a creeper gear will not go slow enough with the engine at PTO speed, only a HST will go that slowly.

Past that just pick your favourite flavour of tractor.

Best of luck.






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 06-15-2004, 15:54 Post: 88606
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Hey Murf, don't Kubota trenchers require rear hydraulics. I thought I remember that you need a hydraulic top link for the trenchers. Thats why Kubota only lists them for tractors with rear hydraulic blocks. Like I said in my last reply, that doesn't necessarily mean you can't add rear hydraulics to other models. Help my memory along a little here.






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 06-16-2004, 09:13 Post: 88666
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Most 3pth trenchers I have seen use a separate PTO hydraulic pump and are hydrostatically driven.

This is because they are basically all one design and change only the mounting hardware to design to allow them to be used on Skid Steer Loaders, dedicated trenchers or tractors.

There are some PTO-driven units but they seem to be a real minority. I suspect the requirement for rear aux. hydraulics is because of some other feature on their unit like depth adjustment or a swiveling discharge shoot that must be done from the operators seat.

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 06-16-2004, 10:29 Post: 88679
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Murf, can the hydralic block be added to the B7800? Or is it not cost effective and better off to just upgrade to the 2910 or 2710?






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 06-16-2004, 10:37 Post: 88681
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I'm not sure, I don't have or deal with the B-series, Art or another dealer would be the one to answer that question.

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Adding a rear block to the 7800 is "possible", but not at any reasonable price or effort. I own the 7800 and have looked into the differences, and you probably don't want to go there. The only hydraulic block on the 7800 is in the front, but can be plumbed to the rear for rear hydraulics, either through the loader valve PBY, or dircetly. Check out Tractorsmart, they have kits, or do it the way I did by buying the parts directly. I added rear hydraulics to my 7800 for about $250. Just be careful when looking at control valves to stay in the 8 to 12 GPM range, or you will end up with a pretty sizable chunk of iron for a valve.

If you are interested in any more info., let me know. I'd be happy to let you know exactly what I did. I believe the trencher Kubota offers is PTO driven, and uses a hydraulic top link for angle control on the trencher.






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 06-16-2004, 13:00 Post: 88692
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The B7800 doesn't have a rear hydraulic block. To get rear hydraulics you have to disconnect the loader valve's PB hose from the front block and extended it to your aux spool valve(s). The PB from the aux spool then goes back to the front loader block. The return hose still connects to the tank as it normally would. 2 longer hoses and a union fitting are all that is required. This is the way the Kubota and TCC units are plumbed.






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 06-16-2004, 16:01 Post: 88697
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Yep, pretty much what I said in my last post.






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