Tires filled with Beet Juice too heavy for landscaping and field work?

   / Tires filled with Beet Juice too heavy for landscaping and field work? #81  
Technically, he couldn’t accept responsibility for his actions, he was dead. Or you could say he ultimately did. It was his survivors that sought compensation. Maybe his life insurance. If the later, that’s capitalism.
 
   / Tires filled with Beet Juice too heavy for landscaping and field work? #82  
My dealer knew exactly what I would be experiencing with my new M6040 Kubota. He had been out to my place - to fish for bass.

My M6040 came with Rim Guard in the rears - free. I've added a HD Rhino 950 rear blade on the 3-point. I VERY SELDOM have any difficulties lifting HEAVY objects with my grapple. I have both a log weight chart and a rock weight chart. These are both available, free, on the internet.

There is no need to experiment with your FEL and damage something or be involved in an accident.
 
   / Tires filled with Beet Juice too heavy for landscaping and field work? #83  
I wished mine had filled rears. I loose traction on occasion. With the backhoe it's not usually a problem. But with a box blade it becomes more obvious. B.
 
 
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