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 07-23-2003, 10:41 Post: 59981
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What's the practical meaning of a difference in engine displacement between the BX2200's 54cc and the 7500's 61cc? In other words, how much more powerful is the 7500, especially in front end lift and pto work?






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 07-23-2003, 11:39 Post: 59983
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There is no real difference at all, the spec.'s say one has 0.3 hp more at the pto but you could never feel a difference of that calibre.

The only difference between the two real is that the BX is aimed at the "I've out-grown my lawn tractor." crowd and the B-series is aim at the "I need a little tractor." crowd.

IMHO it all comes down to what you're going to do with it, if you want it strictly for maintaining the yard, buy the BX, you will be VERY happy. If you want to do more 'chore' work, and use the loader for much or put on a small backhoe, buy the B-series.

The BX is a little more sophisticated at yard work, the B-series thinks it's a small farm tractor, and guess what, it is!

Best of luck.






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 07-23-2003, 11:43 Post: 59984
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I don't think there are any practical differences in the power generated by either engine. In other words you will not find an implement that you can run on one but not the other.

The loader on the 7500 is significantly more powerful, especially if you opt for the LA302. The loader on the BX will lift it's bucket full (5 cu. ft.)of moist earth, but it is maxed out doing it.

The BX loader (LA211) is rated at 460 lbs lift and the LA302 is rated at 660 lbs.

The pressure relief valve on the BX is set quite a bit lower than the valve on the 7500. This may be due to the reduced load capacity of the front tires on the BX.






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Basic frame size is more important than displacement and HP for many basic tasks. Loader capacity is more a function of how heavy the frame of the loader and tractor are and how much ballast weight can be safely carried to balance the FEL load.

All of the large tractor manufacturers have equiped their tractors with engines that allow the basic frame size to perform at reasonable levels. Larger engines in a specific frame size may handle larger equipment attached to the PTO, but the difference will in general be small. Attachments like Front End Loaders, backhoes, and so forth will also reflect the weight, size and capability of the tractor that they are designed to be mounted on.

So, once you have selected a frame size, I would generally recommend getting as much engine in that frame size as you can justify or afford. Larger engines may contribute to completing many tasks faster, once you have selected the tractor frame size that works for you.






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