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 11-15-2006, 11:23 Post: 136937
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Here are some pictures of my L4630 Kubota with AnBo 5" Grapple Rake and 8 ' Buhler Rear Blade. I Love it! use it almost every day.I got it in Nov 2004 and now have 800 hrs on it without any service problems.Ron






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 11-16-2006, 15:41 Post: 137008
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Ron that looks like a nice tractor and I'm glad to hear how good it's been for you! Looks like quite a nice place you have there!






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 11-17-2006, 09:27 Post: 137032
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Art, Thanks for the comment, I've been working on the place for 30 yrs now and it's coming along. I am a Stihl
chain saw user. I have 2 020 AVP, an O41AV,an O26 and MS440.I only wish We had a Good servicing Dealer in Billings, MT. I can take care of them up to a point, but the newer ones are getting more difficult; to get to the carb, for instance. Ron






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 11-17-2006, 09:57 Post: 137035
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Ron, worse yet the smart carbs allow you virtually no adjustments but they do a great job.






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 11-19-2006, 17:24 Post: 137127
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I've never heard of your Anbo grapple rake, are they local to your area? I just use a set of pallet forks on our L4310 to pickup logs - works OK.






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 11-19-2006, 19:07 Post: 137129
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Dave, AnBo Mfg is near Spokane, WA Go to website anbomanufacturing.com They will send a Brochure and CD Free! I had no trouble moving logs around with my forks, It was the clean-up and piling slash to burn that was killing me. Now I can limb the tree and drive alongside it and gather the branches and take them to the slashpile from the tractor. Ron






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 11-25-2006, 10:09 Post: 137319
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Also look at the Bo Dozer (http://www.borgford.com/). I ordered this unit after comparing it to the Anbo. It was less money and I believe a comparable or better unit. FWIW, Dale Borgland who owns the Bo Dozer label, is the BO of the ANBO label--one of the founders of ANBO and now is on his own.






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 11-25-2006, 10:26 Post: 137320
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I can't speak to Anbo, but I can give three thumbs up to the BoDozer. It's an extremely well built product and the company is first rate.






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 11-25-2006, 11:22 Post: 137322
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I talked with Mr. Borgford a couple of times and sent him The addresses of all the dealers in Billings. but didn't here back from him.and I found a couple of other mfg. that knew the story or at least knew of the split-up. Any way I am happy with my AnBo and it was Custom built foe me and modified to my requirements. My Kubota Dealer brought 2 of them into town for me to try out and I didn't buy either of them, I even bent one ( the 5 ft Grl (Light Duty one)and he had to get it straightened at a machine shop.How's that for a Dealer??.I ordered another with heavy 3/4 in on the outside teeth and 5/8 on the inside teeth with 8 inch spacing. Ron






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