Yeah, that's what I do. That's why it took forever to get the first pass done. After that I could take just a partial bite of what it would handle and make more passes. Just worried I'm shortening it's life by working it at the top of it's capabilities.If it is throwing black smoke you need to slow down some and let the engine get back to speed.
My dealer says very little cost difference. They don't even stock the bigger BX's because they say most everyone just moves up to the B for the minor cost difference.Just a thought but if all you really want is 5 more hp, then a BX2360 would fit the bill, or go up to the BX2660 for even more hp. I would guess (without looking) that those two machines would price out at or below the B2320.
Thanks, very good to know. I'm looking at doing the 48 months 0%. Went and looked at the tractor today. The salesman stood me upNot only is there a $700 rebate running, but for the B Series there is an additional $300 rebate if the tractor is coupled with an FEL. So there is a total $1K rebate available for cash payers. Even if you plan to finance, the $300 rebate is still available if you take the 0%. So that's some pretty good incentive there.
45 minute drive each way for nothing. I had forgotten how much bigger the B seems. Everything is so much "beefier".
Guess I'll just see what the very best offer they do and be firm on my budget. If they can't match it, I'll just stay with my BX.