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 10-05-2004, 05:56 Post: 97679
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Who all has one?






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 10-05-2004, 06:47 Post: 97687
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I all do, and I love it. Mine is a BX23 with a Woods 45 inch Brush Mower, a rear Blade, and a core airator. (but not all at the same time)
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 10-05-2004, 07:07 Post: 97689
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I do, and I love it. Mine is a BX23 with a Woods 45 inch Brush Mower, a rear Blade, and a core airator. (but not all at the same time)
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I got my BX 23 with the 60 " MMM a couple of Saturdays ago.
Got 49.4 Hours on it already.
Need to do the first 50 Hour service on it.
Did you do yours yourself or take it to the dealer and let them do it.
What do you haul yours on?
I don't have a way to haul mine as yet.







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 10-05-2004, 08:45 Post: 97698
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The 50 hour service is not hard. Mostly just a big oil change.






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 10-05-2004, 12:27 Post: 97716
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The 50 hour service is not hard. Mostly just a big oil change.
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Don't have a way to haul it to the dealer.
Think I will give doing it myself a shot.







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 10-05-2004, 12:32 Post: 97717
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The hard part is getting a big enough tub to catch 4 gallons of oil.






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 10-05-2004, 17:10 Post: 97726
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I took my tractor in mostly because I didn't want to deal with gallons of waste oil. As for hauling it, I had a custom aluminum flatbed trailer made. It's five feet wide and 14 long, has a single 3500 lb axle and a surge brake on the tongue. I had to go that route cuz I only have a minivan to pull with. The rig seems to work fine although I'm sure I'm a bit over the limit for my vehicle. I guess I won't try hauling it down to Florida to help clean up.






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 10-06-2004, 08:12 Post: 97769
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The rig seems to work fine although I'm sure I'm a bit over the limit for my vehicle.
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All I have to pull a trailer with is a pick up.
I have 4 of them but they are all small inports.






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Well, you could hitch 2 or 3 trucks together, it seems to work for trains. You could also go the route I went and buy a strong but lightweight trailer - and limit your hauling to short trips that are mostly downhill.






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Well, you could hitch 2 or 3 trucks together,
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