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 10-18-2004, 15:46 Post: 98664
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I have been searching for a message board for Kubota owners for quite some time now, hopefully I can help others and get help on stuff when I need it here. I may have already been givin an answer for one question I had, without even asking it. I have a klink on the right side rear when idling along and now know to check the wheels/hubs to see if they are loose.

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 10-18-2004, 16:04 Post: 98670
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Hooray indeed, and welcome too!


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 10-19-2004, 06:38 Post: 98707
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Welcome! There is a lot of good stuff here.






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 10-19-2004, 07:33 Post: 98709
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Hey, how do you like that 2410? It was my tractor of choice until the wife talked me up to the 7800. Has it been what you needed?






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 10-19-2004, 17:05 Post: 98753
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It has,the only complaint I have is the placement of the brake controls, makes the split braking useless since the go pedal and the brake are off the same foot. I found a way to sorta make up for it, once I get the tractor moving in the right direction I lock the diff and that seems to keep me on track when I'm trying to smooth and pack with the loader.






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 10-19-2004, 20:59 Post: 98777
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All Kubota B's are that way. The turning brakes are useful when the cruise, or speed control, is set. There has been a lot of discussion about pedal position on this site. Do some searching, a lot of good info here.






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 10-20-2004, 09:19 Post: 98802
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Yes, I did figure out using the cruise with the brakes, but that doesnt work in tight areas, and I have a banged up garage to proove it. So Sad One other thing I thought of is the loader valving, sometimes its too fast, other times its slow. Getting the bucket level is also a pain. Other than that, I find it kind of fun to do wheelies when I have the loader off and the mower deck attached to the rear Smile






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 10-20-2004, 10:10 Post: 98809
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Ya, but be careful it probley won't be much fun when you get on some unlevel ground and it desides to do wheel stands.bad things could start happening quick then.






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 10-20-2004, 13:48 Post: 98830
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Oh I know that one quite well, which is why I no longer take the loader off when Im mowing ot tilling. Smile I was mowing my field and hit a rut the wrong way, started to do a side slip and I was able to catch it before the wheels hooked. ever since then I left the loader on and perferred safety over mobility, so it takes a bit longer to mow around the trees.






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