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Old 06-03-2010, 03:21 PM
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Hi Folks,
I have been using Kubota engine oil in my BX2230. Do any of you use different brands like Shell Roltella. What brand oil filters do you guys use?

Just had 100 lbs calcium mix put in each rear tire. Seems to help with traction.
I'm using turf tires until I save a few $$$$$$. Hope to run across some used or very reasonable priced bar tires.

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I think I use NAPA filters.

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Just had 100 lbs calcium mix put in each rear tire. Seems to help with traction.
Do you have tubes in those tires?

I had to replace my rims last year since the calcium (being corrosive) ate my rims.

In my new rims, I used Rim Guard
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Yes I had tubes put in when the calcium was added. Nice to have a Nephew working at tire shop. Free tubes and calcium, labor toooo. Have to see if I can find a filter cross reference.
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I usually use OEM filters and oil. In my area, they are about the same as aftermarket.
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