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BobMeyers
Join Date: Aug 2007
Posts: 15 Southwest Pennsylvania
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2007-08-02          144279


This is my first time posting and I want to thank you guys for how honest you answered other peoples questions. I wound up buying a Kubota B7510 used (89 hrs.)it had a rear mower deck and front loader. I had the dealer add a Woods backhoe and a Curtis front snow blade with front quick connects for switching from loader bucket to plow.
Any time I had questions I just checked out the previous questions and got the wisdom I needed. Art seems like a steadying influence sometimes.
I also have a JD 310 B and a Mitsubishi MT180HD that I bought not having a clue. The Mitsi has been a workhorse for 19 yrs and still going strong. Thanks again.

Bob

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hardwood
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2007-08-02          144281


Bob; Welcome to the board, glad we could be of some help. I'm sure there will be a time when you can help some of us with things you are more familliar with than we. Enjoy your new purchase. Frank. ....

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kleinchris
Join Date: Jun 2007
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2007-08-02          144282


I want to know how that plow works out for you. What did they charge you for the plow? ....

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2007-08-02          144284



The sometimes gets me but if I was 100% then you'd have to worry! Congrats!!! ....

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BobMeyers
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2007-08-03          144312


The snow blade with power angle and a rubber edge was 1,985.00 complete. The cost for the quick connect somehow got buried in the tractor cost and I don't recall that number. The quick connect allows me to drive up to either the loader bucket or snow plow and curl/lift the loader to engage it then manually lift 2 arms to lock in place.
I'll let you know what it does in snow when we get some.
It will be a lot easier than the rear manual blade I've been using, my chiropractor agrees.

Bob ....

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