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Discussion in 'Tractors' started by T. Matthews, Aug 15, 2004.
Pictures of Led light bar on B7800 kubota
More pics of B7800 Kubota
i wired the utility light to the extra Hazard switch looks almost factory
much brighter at night, but you can still see it during the day
how much did the light bar cost?
It cost me w/tax and s/h $230
looks really nice. I would love to do something like that but they would get ripped off fast with low hanging branches.
I love strobe lights... and that one is definitely wayyy cool.
T. Matthews I noticed you have a drawbar w/a ball mounted to your 3 Point hitch. If you have a trailer hooked up to the drawbar and you want to load something the 3 point doesn't have downward pressure so the arms are going to raise up aren't they? I ask because I have the same tractor and drawbar setup. I like being able to hookup to my trailer but I cannot load a mower without the front end of the trailer raising up to the end of the 3 point's travel. My father-in-law has a similar setup on his 8N Ford only there's arms that connect to the anchor point of the top link that prevent any upward movement. Do you know if Kubota or any other manufacturer makes the arms to prevent upward travel of the 3 point?
Run a piece of chain from the ball mount to the regular drawbar mount under the tractor, this prevents the three point hitch from raising up when a load is placed on the back of the trailer.