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 01-02-2008, 17:46 Post: 149831
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 A couple a questions for BX 2200 owners

I have a BX 2200 and I need a new bucket for my FEL. Mine has cracked through at the welds. Would someone please point me in the right direction?

Also, are the "blades" on my 48" gearmore gannon reversible? The outside edges are pretty round.

Thanks in advance

Happy New Year

Jim






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 01-02-2008, 17:55 Post: 149832
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Ranger Jim; Is the bucket worn out or just cracked in the welds? Maybe you should price having it reenforced and rebuilt, if the old one cracked in the welds a new one likely would to. We used to rebuild buckets on farm loaders from being worn out scraping concreet feed floors. Frank,






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 01-02-2008, 18:15 Post: 149833
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It's cracked at the bottom welds and has a bow in the bottom surface. It has served me well.






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 01-02-2008, 22:48 Post: 149836
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Franky: Git your helmet on buddy!

Whatdaheck are "reenforced" an' "concreet"? Where you from anyway---Iowa or sumthin'?

OH! YOU mean "reinforced" and "concrete"

Jis' keepin' ya honest, m' boy.

On second thought---I-i-i-i-i-i think I'll work on my backhoe m'self. tehehe






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 01-03-2008, 01:00 Post: 149840
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 A couple a questions for BX 2200 owners

If it's an original Kubota FEL I think your only option is Kubota Parts.

I have seen some aftermarket FEL's for BX's, but they had the hydraulics attached differently than the originals.






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 01-03-2008, 05:51 Post: 149841
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EW; Oh no, here we go again, just when I thought I had you calmed down. Massey Furgeson had a TV ad years ago where they said people, (they said men then, can't do that today), who drove MF equipment were "Dooers, Not Talkers". So taking from their theme, I'm a fixer, not a speller. I know Ferguson isn't spelled right, but surely you can figure out what I mean. I must have really made Dennis mad when I spammed him the other day, he took one of my little tractors away, you still got five, I only got four now. Oh, about the bucket on the "CEMENT" as it's more commonly known by the "Dooers", think about all the good beef steak and pork chops you have eaten because of us scraping the "Natural Fertilizer" as the new generation likes to call it off concreete to keep those critters clean and comfy till you ate them. Now just calm down and get that oil, or air going the right way, OK. Frank.






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 01-03-2008, 07:16 Post: 149842
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Sorry guys for the thread hi-jacking: Frank, as my dad used to correct ME on...cement or as you say in Iowa SEEment, is an ingredient of CONcrete.






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 A couple a questions for BX 2200 owners

RangerJim, the LA211 loader used on the BX2200 is compatable with the BX1618 48" loader bucket. They are shown as being in stock in our warehouses. Your local dealer can provide you with a quote. I hope this is the info you are looking for.






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