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 06-01-2004, 01:07 Post: 87401
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Does anyone know if any of the subcompacts ( JD, NH, MF,ect ) have 3 pt hitches w/ telescoping arms or that will lift implements higher than the 6 inches the BX 2230 does? I will probably be downsizing from my L3010 soon and the 3 pt hitch on the BX 2230 I am looking at drives me NUTS!






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 06-01-2004, 06:11 Post: 87404
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My TC33 has telescopic arms.






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 06-01-2004, 07:26 Post: 87408
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There are no companies that are producing extendable links for the Sub-compacts. When purchasing ground engaging tools look for Catagory O/1 and you will have no trouble. We have been putting augers, tillers and most all attachments on the BX series. Pieces from your L will need the full B-series to work.






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 06-01-2004, 07:32 Post: 87409
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I have a B2910 which I am begining to like for use on my lawn, however, the 3ph is not nearly as strong as it should be. In fact, I put on a small chisel plow and bent on of the stabalizer arms this weekend. The metal is so thin for a cat 1. This tractor was purchased because it has telescope arms but the strength is lacking compared to the L series.






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 06-01-2004, 08:44 Post: 87417
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Petus, the only way I can see you bending a stabilizer with a ground-engaging implement is to turn a corner with it still in the ground, if you do that you bend something everytime, on ANY machine.

A stabilizer is jst there to keep the 3pth centered, it's not intended, nor will it, take the force of the machine turning with an implement still in the earth.

Cat. 1 is a SIZE standard, not a load standard, it only sets out width and height, not capacity.

All mechanisms and linkages on anything are designed with a design capacity in mind. If your tractor is about 30hp that is all the implement needs to be able to handle.

Best of luck.






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 06-01-2004, 13:57 Post: 87440
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Thanks, I plan to stay w/ Kubota ( that orange has kinda grown on me ), I will just hafta get used to the fact I am not in "L" series land anymore.






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 06-01-2004, 20:41 Post: 87468
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Has anybody had experience w/ the Simplicity "Regency XL "? They seem extremly heavy duty.






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 06-01-2004, 22:53 Post: 87473
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Did you mean the Legacy XL?

I have looked at one and was favorably impressed. The 4wd model can be equipped with a front loader and a backhoe.






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 06-02-2004, 07:38 Post: 87498
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Legacy it is. The 2WD model I saw ( 2003 model ) had a drive train to rival most compact tractors, VERY beefy. The 20 HP liquid cooled Kawasaki seemed a bit under powered though. I think the 4WD has a 27HP. ( both gas engines )






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 06-02-2004, 08:23 Post: 87504
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The four wheel drive comes with three engine options, two gas and a diesel.






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