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 11-19-2005, 22:42 Post: 119565
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 RE:BX24 really needed?

I am considereing the purchase of one of the BX24. I have found a dealer who is supposed to be getting one come the second or third week of December (I know that always tennative). The question is that I have a BX22 with 150 hours on it, 2 1/2 years old. I am buying five acre piece with a working kennel business. I will be needing to use the rig with a front mount snow blower. Is it that much of a pain to connect and disconnect with the BX22 verses the bx24. My tractor is in excellent condition and was told I could do the tractor for tractor trade for a 4 to 5 thousand difference. Is it worth it?






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 11-20-2005, 08:38 Post: 119570
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 RE:BX24 really needed?

I cannot make $$ comments, not my style. That's your call.

BUT, I can say that the newer FEL control (BX23/2230) is very nice and makes the front blower fairly easy to R and R because it stays with the tractor not the FEL. That being said the BX24's control is differant again from the BX23/2230 so this may make things different.






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 11-20-2005, 08:43 Post: 119572
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 RE:BX24 really needed?

I have seen pictures of plates rigged up by some dealers to mount the hydraulics to the tractor. That would be a much cheaper alternative.






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 11-20-2005, 20:18 Post: 119612
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I was told that the snow blower for both the BX22 and the BX24 are the same. I don't know if it would be the same for the BX23 but I assume that it would be. I was thinking of buying the blower for now and consider the exchange of tractors for later, even possibly selling the BX22 myself than buying the BX24 outright which was quoted for a price of 16,500.






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 11-21-2005, 19:22 Post: 119665
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 RE:BX24 really needed?

Blower would be the same, hook-up and all. You have a lot of life left in your tractor as I've seen them beyond 3500 hours and still going strong.






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