Check the hydraulic pressure in your tractor is the best way to know if you are get all the bang you can for your buck.
At long last, construction begins on my new shop and Big Orange's new home! This has been a long time in coming! Read the summary or watch the videos chronicling the build of my new shop in 2019.
I am getting ready to build the new pool house but I don't trust the original water line because it is thin-walled PVC and not buried deep enough in some places. So I run a new line at the proper depth using my Kubota backhoe and my BXpanded trenching bucket and backhoe ripper. But there is a big rock to deal with...
I own several BXpanded products as you'll see in this video and others to come. When I found out that BXpanded had started making a factory fit thumb for the Kubota BH77 backhoe, I was thrilled and ordered one as soon as possible. After I installed it and started testing it, I fell in love with it!
Having proper ballast for your tractor is essential for safety when you are carrying a heavy load in your front end loader (FEL) or pallet forks. Not having enough counter weight can cause your tractor to tip over and it can happen quicker than you might think.
The standard adjustable side link on most tractor 3 point systems certainly work for adjusting the angle of your three point system, but they are a lot of work and hassle to adjust. That's why leveling boxes are so handy to add to your tractor.
Our driveway culvert pipe had been stopped up for quite a while and it was high time I did something about it. After several failed attempts to clear the pipe, I decided it would be best to replace it. This was a job for Big Orange!
This is a series of videos chronicling the expansion of what we affectionately call the "Lake". The "lake started out as a watering hole no larger than a bathtub. It turns out this watering hole had great potential for growth!
It's high time I had a big shop building to play - uh, I mean work in! I'm thinking something of a decent size like 30' by 40'. There is only one reasonably flat area near the house where it could go, so that's the area I need to work with.
How do I move an 8 by 12 foot, 2,500 pound wood frame storage building with a compact tractor? That's the problem I had to solve when we decided to build a new pool house and re-purpose the old one as a gargen tool shed.