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netpoke
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2007-08-28          145116


I have a Kubota B7200 HST. tractor. I recently got a Kubota B670 Backhoe attachment. It is a subframe with seperate hyd. pump. It is originally for a B6100.
I don't know if the rear brackets are available from Kubota. Can I install this in a way to keep my ROPS.
The hoe does not have its own seat. Should I try and add one. Is a seat available to fit this application.
Thanks for the help

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Art White
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2007-08-28          145118



I'm not familiar with that model but most did have seats. The problem with the roll bar would be with the possibility of meeting your head with it in an unfreindly way while operating the backhoe. ....

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2007-08-29          145184


Hello,
Thanks for the reply.
Do you have the seat that spins around?
I would prefer that trpe. I would like to keep the ROPS but
am not sure if I can keep from bonking my head like you were thinking. I have also thought I could build and weld a bracket for a seperate seat. Never a simple fix.
Let me know about your seats. A picture if possible and what you are asking.
Thanks again
Joel ....

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2007-08-29          145188



The swivel seats are for certain model backhoe's that have been released just over the last few years and only fits certain tractor models.. Your model would have had a bracket that came off the floor near the pedastal if not fastened to both that comes up at an angle towards the tractor. ....

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2007-08-29          145197


Hi Art,
I am pretty sure you are correct on the seat. There was not bracket, it must have been removed. Thank you again.
Do you have any idea if the sideways horseshoe brackets are an avaiable item through a dealer or do I need to fabricate those?
Appreciate the help.

Joel ....

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