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    Platinum Member jas67's Avatar
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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    COMmunistCAST made me turn off my home web server, so I had to move these pictures. Here is a repost of them:


    '05 B7610 w/ LA352 FEL
    Everything Attachments Pin-on Pallet Forks, home-made FEL quick attach to swap between these forks and the bucket, Dual rear remotes, CCM Top-N-Tilt, Woods SB60 snowblower, 66" United box blade, 60" back blade (cheapo, old and rusty), 60" KK rake, Woods PHD w/ 9" auger, Yanmar RS1303 3pt tiller, Kubota Ballast box (came with the tractor), Farm Force Carry All.
    '9? G1800S, 48" MMM. 70's Troy Bilt Horse tiller with new 6.5HP briggs engine.

    The means justify the ends.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by jas67 View Post
    COMmunistCAST made me turn off my home web server, so I had to move these pictures.
    Let me guess, they claimed you were a bandwidth hog. I like your name for Comcast, and I'd post my name for them; but it would get my post censored at best, the thread locked at worst.
    Paraphrasing Douglas Adams - So long and thanks for all the bacon.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Let me guess, they claimed you were a bandwidth hog. I like your name for Comcast, and I'd post my name for them; but it would get my post censored at best, the thread locked at worst.
    Bandwidth isn't the issue. Money is. The want to me have a business account to do that ($100/month). They won't let you run servers of any kind, which means no ssh access for remove file access or admin. The other options are (paid) commercial sites that allow for (windows-only) remote access.
    '05 B7610 w/ LA352 FEL
    Everything Attachments Pin-on Pallet Forks, home-made FEL quick attach to swap between these forks and the bucket, Dual rear remotes, CCM Top-N-Tilt, Woods SB60 snowblower, 66" United box blade, 60" back blade (cheapo, old and rusty), 60" KK rake, Woods PHD w/ 9" auger, Yanmar RS1303 3pt tiller, Kubota Ballast box (came with the tractor), Farm Force Carry All.
    '9? G1800S, 48" MMM. 70's Troy Bilt Horse tiller with new 6.5HP briggs engine.

    The means justify the ends.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by jas67 View Post
    Bandwidth isn't the issue. Money is. The want to me have a business account to do that ($100/month). They won't let you run servers of any kind, which means no ssh access for remove file access or admin. The other options are (paid) commercial sites that allow for (windows-only) remote access.
    You've got better things to do than give Comcast more money.
    Paraphrasing Douglas Adams - So long and thanks for all the bacon.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by jas67 View Post
    COMmunistCAST made me turn off my home web server, so I had to move these pictures. Here is a repost of them:


    You may want to check into Verizon Home Fusion.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    nice idea for the cab, any idea if it would work with a fiberglass tonneau cover? when i got this truck in the spring,
    the first thing i did was take off the tonneau cover, and stand it up in the shop (with help). but, it's quite heavy also, and i don't
    think i can put it on myself, but unlike the cap with windows, i'm not sure if there is a good way to support the tonneau
    cover, since it has to be somewhat tilted down to install into it's hardware.
    JD X585 with 45 loader, 3ph, 62C deck, 47SB, 54 blade, Soft Cab. JD F620 with 60". JD HPX gator. JD T23 trimmer
    JD CS56 and CS36 saws. JS35 WB mower.

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    Default Re: Truck cap hoist for removal/installation and storage

    I call Comcast...Cumcrap.
    Paraphrasing Douglas Adams - So long and thanks for all the bacon.

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