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Kubota L-35 w/plow and 6' blower

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by dmq400, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. dmq400

    dmq400 Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    2001 Kubota L-35 with 1300 hrs. Factory backhoe with HYDRAULIC thumb. 72" PUMA snowblower custom fit minute man 7' plow on quick hitch. Curtis cab, 4 work lites, bucket, old bush hog 5' and single bottom plow. VG condition. $23,000

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  2. Mdwstsnow512

    Mdwstsnow512 Senior Member
    Messages: 168

    im not tryin to be a dick.. honest question here.

    why do you need the plow to have a lift ram if the machine has the ability to lift with the arms?

  3. mrplowcjc

    mrplowcjc Junior Member
    Messages: 1

    That is one nice set up.
  4. dmq400

    dmq400 Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    Nate- It was a just straight MM plow that I welded to a quick hitch plate and then ran the cable to the battery and cab.Only the angle cyl's. are working and yes the up/down is controlled by the loader stick. Sure I could have spent a lot more time cutting the lift assembly and moving the pump etc and re-plumbing it....but I didn't. Works great as is and perhaps sticks out front another 16" or so then a
    "normal" set up. I think its an advantage though cause' I can really push back the banks with the longer reach. Probably not so handy if one was plowing city lots -dq-
  5. GSORK

    GSORK Senior Member
    Messages: 128

    Bump it up.
    Nice unit.
    Is it Hydro?
    How much does that thing Weigh?
  6. dmq400

    dmq400 Junior Member
    Messages: 0

    Its called glide-shift. 8 forward and reverse gears with a neutral/forward/reverse lever on the steering wheel. Has a clutch but does not have to be used when shifting in low RPM's NEVER grinds. Works great, read about it on a Kubota site. Don't know the exact wt. but DO know it was specifically designed to be pulled behind a 3/4 ton p.u.
    New pic with the backhoe attached