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    06-11-2018, 12:05 AM
    Okie's formula works real well for wood handled hand tools too. I wipe down all my stuff every year or every other year as needed. The big...
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    06-07-2018, 01:50 AM
    Going out on a limb here with my personal knowledge.... I don't use poisons. I have seen secondary poisoning go right up the food chain affecting,...
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    06-05-2018, 01:16 AM
    hslogger replied to a thread Heat Pump in Rural Living
    yep. no basement here. House has about forty inches of clearance from bottom of joists to dirt . Continuous concrete foundation and footers, with...
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    06-05-2018, 01:06 AM
    Used motor oil , diesel, yeah but......... come rainy season, yo'deck is gonna be a bit slippery,nasty if it is a tilt. A gallon or two of decent...
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    06-04-2018, 10:09 AM
    hslogger replied to a thread Heat Pump in Rural Living
    All the ducting for the furnace is in the house underneath the bottom floor, and insulated well. The trunk that goes upstairs is not insulated. The...
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    06-03-2018, 12:44 PM
    hslogger replied to a thread Heat Pump in Rural Living
    Different strokes for different folks. for instance. I have a ducted indoor wood furnace for a two story farm house. Also a single wood stove. Up...
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    06-02-2018, 09:28 AM
    What ever your angle and preference may be, sharper mower blades will help lessen the burden on your motor and belts, especially in thick and or...
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    06-01-2018, 08:57 AM
    hslogger replied to a thread Heat Pump in Rural Living
    Mitsubishi ductless with a stellar contractor is a great combination. House has four indoor units with two outside suppliers. Separate building...
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    05-29-2018, 04:52 PM
    I have had an l4400 for six years. I put a pat's hitch on it and like it. Get the spreader bar if you buy the hitch. Your machine should have lots...
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    05-29-2018, 04:46 PM
    Diesel 85 I would venture to guess that you're going to be just fine with what ever you do. Yanking on saws and moving them in positions of...
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    05-28-2018, 12:48 PM
    `On bigger saws, we might call what your photo is, a wear plate. Together with nylon wear pads they pretty much get beat up and save the case from...
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    05-27-2018, 01:16 PM
    hslogger replied to a thread Weed Killer? in Owning/Operating
    What he said;-}
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western oregon
What Make/Model of Tractor Do You Own?:
currently l4400 stick
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rotary mower, QA forks, FEL, rear blade, carryall, PHD, pull harrows

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4400GST SSQA bucket,
Landpride forks,
Bobcat manure forks
five ft Old rotary mower
Post hole auger
Leon rear blade
landscape rake
carryall
Lx178 LX172 Deeres
Husky 372s 394
little Stihls
haywagons
big horses
sheep
Loadstar FBD
Woodmaxx hydraulic chipper

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