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    Re: problem with lincoln weldpak 140hd

    HERE'S MY FINDINGS
    Just got to looking at the Welder. Here's what I found. Yes, the Drive motor would thermally shutdown even if I holding the trigger and not welding. Ends up that there thermo...
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    Re: problem with lincoln weldpak 140hd

    Very old Post. I know. But my friends Lincoln seems to have a VERY short cycle time as well before it stops. Like 1 second. I can weld all day with my little Miller so when I tried to help him out...
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    Re: Kubota L35 Auxilary Hydraulics

    I know this is an old Post but can I get more details on your setup?
    This is for the front...yes?
  4. Re: Flat face hyd. coupling "pressure release" tool

    I did what I mentioned in my post (post #9 I think) I made a pressure release with extra connectors. The problem isn't with the tractor it's with the implement. If you try to reconnect when the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    That looks like a very large Blower.
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    Sticky: Re: Snowblowing rules of thumb

    We live in a terrible lawsuit/liability country.
    My guess is the manufacturers are worried about mentioning getting hands anywhere near anything that might spin. Even if we all should be smart...
  7. Loader Re: 3032 FEL D160 Is it me or does JD have bad Valving?

    No Diss intended. I've just been on small, AG Kubotas and several brands of Skid Steers and my JCB which is not really comparable.
    None have shown to cut out one operation as I went to the combo....
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    That's some drift you are blowing thru... Of course it drifts up in front of the garage doors.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    That's some drift you are blowing thru... Of course it drifts up in front of the garage doors.
  10. Loader 3032 FEL D160 Is it me or does JD have bad Valving?

    Just jumped behind the wheel of this 2014 JD today. Helped a friend with Snow removal. It was his Deere.
    Is it me or is the valving on the FEL such that it will not Lift and curl the bucket at the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Your plow just looked to be about 36" high. I don't know of any that tall other than the Dozer. I am contemplating buying the DOZER for my larger tractor.
    Yes, depending how far East you are on the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Your plow just looked to be about 36" high. I don't know of any that tall other than the Dozer. I am contemplating buying for my larger tractor.
    Yes, depending how far East you are on the Island. I...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    RustyIron, Is that Plow made by SNODOZER?
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    RustyIron, Is that Plow made by SNODOZER?
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    Re: JD Snow Plow #BL7 anyone owna nd use one?

    I see you are a JD kind of guy.
    As stated, I'm Looking for a review. As in, " The angle moves very slow" OR "not as sturdy as I thought it would be" OR " Cylinders rusted and leaked after two...
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    JD Snow Plow #BL7 anyone owna nd use one?

    I may make a similar Post in the Snow Removal section but since this was Deere Specific I thought I'd try here.
    Looking at a Used one and hoping to get a Review of it before buying. They are...
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    Re: Plowing on gravel

    Sorry for bringing up this old Thread. I was thinking of adding large Skiis as you have done. I might add one in the middle so if the road has a steep Crown in it the plow wont dig in in the...
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    Re: driveway protection from blade?

    Do this SNOWBLOWER IMPELLER KIT and the snow blower will not clog. You can use the same Belting that CODE54 mentioned. THIS works
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    A buddy has a manual Angle. Many years ago he took his Truck plow and welded it to a Quick Attach Blank panel. It works well for him. He too, is getting wiery of cold and wind and hopping out of the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    I just saw that you have a 210S. The MIDI is based on that machine. Maybe the backhoe is the same, not sure.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Have an e-mail out to the manufacturer. Trying to see if I can put the Front Hydraulics into it 'Detent' mode ( a switch that locks the front hydraulics ON) and run a blower without issue. Since the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Quick Attach I've been looking at all their stuff. Same with 'Everything Attachments' My tractor is a hybrid. Construction type with the option to take off the backhoe and use PTO. The FEL has a...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    My face is red... I wasn't even thinking or mid driven PTO.
    I am looking for a 5-6' Blower with Quick attach mounting that can run well on 19GPM fluid.
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    Snow Attachments Re: Tire Chains for my tractor?

    THANKS for the manufacturers
  25. Re: Extreme Metal Products 72" Snow Plow Modified to Work With Skid Steer QA System

    Took another look at your pics, Sure, the 2 x 2 takes the brunt of the force and carries it out to the mounting area. That should be fine.
    Nice, simple,and functional. Not to mention the power...
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    Snow Attachments Re: Tire Chains for my tractor?

    ICC, is that the company? I cannot find their website.
    Security Chain Company, I think, makes the chains for many rebranded companies
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    Snow Attachments Re: snow blade vs snow pusher

    Just walked thru the Website. Nice unit but for hefty $6K price tag, I would by a snowblower for my FEL and not worry about snow piles at all.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Let us know if the Hydraulics on the 3030 is enough to run that Blower. I thought most Ag tractors with Aux hydraulics did not provide enough umph to run a Blower.
  29. Re: Extreme Metal Products 72" Snow Plow Modified to Work With Skid Steer QA System

    I see you got the TITAN 'open' center Quick attach Blank. I hoe that will be strong enough for pushing the plow.
    I bought 2 of their Closed ones. One for a Log splitter ( see my AVATAR) that I...
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    Snow Attachments Re: Tire Chains for my tractor?

    maybe this should be a new Thread but here goes:
    What weight , if any, do you have in the rear to help with traction? Do you hang any big weight off the Cat 1 hitch?
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    Sticky: Re: Snowblowing rules of thumb

    Just looked on the JCB website. Looks like JCB stopped offering the 210 and my MIDI in the US. It's still on teh UK website. Benefits - JCB MIDI CX Backhoe Loader
    I looked at the 210's when I was...
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    Sticky: Re: Snowblowing rules of thumb

    Clarence Modification for your Snowblowers. I've added them to my old Craftsman blower and many of my friends Blowers of various makes and models. It improves throwing distance and eliminates...
  33. Re: Music: Wireless Headsets: Ipods what do you guys do for Music?

    Walkinhorse, Look for mounts for motorcycles. They might be pricey but you will find all kinds of mounts for Bikes that will easily adapt
  34. Re: Music: Wireless Headsets: Ipods what do you guys do for Music?

    I can understand this. I bet working the Backhoe will get confusing when you cannot really hear the engine change as it works harder. But for throwing on the Mower, I bet it will be great.
  35. Re: Music: Wireless Headsets: Ipods what do you guys do for Music?

    Randy, do these have batteries for amplification? 1/8th inch plug, I guess an Ipod will adapt to this?
    I'm liken the price
  36. Re: Music: Wireless Headsets: Ipods what do you guys do for Music?

    Here I am thinking I was going to get laughed off the Site by asking this question and just a few hours later you all jump in with the same issue. Great. I Have not looked at all the links some of...
  37. Music: Wireless Headsets: Ipods what do you guys do for Music?

    My tractor has no radio. Not really interested in Radio but I have an MP3 player .
    Was thinking about a Wireless Headset set up so I can hop in and out without being Leashed in by a wired headset....
  38. Re: 4" Valve in pond for future gravity feed Garden watering

    so you are suggesting that I pour a bag of cement at one of the Pipe Couplers as I backfill ?
  39. 4" Valve in pond for future gravity feed Garden watering

    I've been running two garden hoses for about three months to get the water level in my pond down low enough to feel I will not have any Winter Freeze problems with this pipe.
    The idea is to have a...
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    Re: Trenching a French Drain. how to stay afloat?

    All is well. Since this is an area that I will leave alone and let it grow over, I didn't want to assault the area with Gravel and some other invasive recommendations. I did collect some 2 x 10's...
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    Re: Trenching a French Drain. how to stay afloat?

    Long before I was 'in the picture', The stream ran North to South in this area. Someone rerouted it to head west to east on the North side of the property so they can build the Pond on the south...
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    Re: Trenching a French Drain. how to stay afloat?

    The geofabric and #3 stone will be put down as a Base to make the driveway area. I didn't want to spend the money adding it to an area that runs perpendicular to the driveway and I wish to keep that...
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    Trenching a French Drain. how to stay afloat?

    I have a small stream on the North side of what will be my driveway..I have a Pond the South side.. My proposed driveway area is swamp-like .. I have a backhoe that I want to back up to the Pond and...
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    Re: Tool for hydraulic coupling

    Obviously you can loosen connectors BUT Many of us feel that walking around with wrenches to make a drippy mess of our connectors,hoses and machine is not the right way. If opening connections was...
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    Re: Tool for hydraulic coupling

    I just put this together. I probably only needed one connector or the other to relieve the pressure in the attachment but I figure I will attach both connectors to this immediately after taking off...
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    Re: Tool for hydraulic coupling

    What I find funny is that these Flush Face 'Dripless' connectors were made because the Environmental folks were angered by the old 'one drip' connectors. I guess they didn't consider this issue or...
  47. Re: i hydraulic release tool to depress the pin on the male quick disconnect coupling

    BINGO! we think alike.
    Sunday I was at my friends shop looking at his Valve Spring Compressors. The 'old school' compressor for American Engines looks robust enough to modify.
    The compressor...
  48. Re: i hydraulic release tool to depress the pin on the male quick disconnect coupling

    Here's a link with the $$$ info
    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kioti-owning-operating/213368-trying-put-bh-back-3.html
  49. Re: i hydraulic release tool to depress the pin on the male quick disconnect coupling

    Not sure. As I said I was hunting for something myself when I stumbled on this. I didn't call, I was looking for something to connect without making a mess.
    This is great but not sold in USA Holp...
  50. Re: i hydraulic release tool to depress the pin on the male quick disconnect coupling

    I just stumbled onto this
    http://www.farmshow.com/a_download_p...p?aid=MTg2NTk=
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    Re: Hydraulic coupling pressure relief tool

    QUICK-ON

    Too bad they don't sell in the USA. we all have this problem, why aren't there many companies selling gizmos??
  52. Re: Flat face hyd. coupling "pressure release" tool

    I was thinking of buying extra couplers and just putting a 1/2" NOT ball valve on them Plug them into the Attachment as soon as I disconnect it. Then open the ball valve just before I go to reuse...
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    Tool for hydraulic coupling

    QUICK-ON

    Does anyone in the USA make a tool OR has anyone built there own tool to fight the Hydraulic pressure as you swap out attachments?

    Cracking the hoses lose and letting fluid run out is...
  54. Thread: QUICK-ON TOOL

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    Re: QUICK-ON TOOL

    Holp GmbH Im Beundle 1 D-71540 Fornsbach

    I've been eyeing this tool as well. I'm not going to replace fittings on all my Attachments not to mention I bet I can't find connectors in the...
  55. Re: Anyone make a 3pt hitch Seeder teh kind you sit on?

    Yes cloves.. sorry
  56. Re: Anyone make a 3pt hitch Seeder teh kind you sit on?

    Planting Garlic. the seeds are directional so low to the ground seats would be best for hand planting. 8-12" spacing, 2" hole and a way to cover the seed
  57. Re: Anyone make a 3pt hitch Seeder teh kind you sit on?

    Yes.. Very close to what I was thinking. Where did you get that photo from?
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    Re: backup alarm modification

    This is a good idea. I may go back and do this.
    I disconnected the wiring from the audible beeper and put small strobe lights in the rear of the tractor.
    I figured it was a compromise.. the...
  59. Anyone make a 3pt hitch Seeder teh kind you sit on?

    I've seen the big store-bought Seeders but I'm loooking to make a small scale version where I have someone with a bucket of seeds and they sit in a seat off the 3 pt hitch and this 'Seeder' makes a...
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    Re: My 4x4 articulating 23hp tractor and cab project

    Love the Small scaled steps and hand rail.
  61. Re: Starter solenoid clicks a few times before cranking

    Just did the same with my old girl (Cub Cadet 782) . In my case, like yours, the power to the Starter solenoid ran through the Brake switch and front PTO switch.
    Sometime the solenoid would...
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    Snow Attachments Re: Think I need a plow

    For a 75' driveway and you say you have a Aux hydraulics up front? Does that Kioti have Quick attach front bucket? I think I would look for a front quick attach plow with hydraulic hoses for...
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    Re: Rear Weight for 4WD agri Tractors.

    Thanks Motocephalic.. I can assume you plow in Maine, not florida : )

    Thomas, yes, I already have chains on the front. The snow load in the Pic was from two years ago. I woke up to 3+ feet on the...
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    Re: Rear Weight for 4WD agri Tractors.

    Loaded tires seems to be the favorite here.. OK that's a lot of added weight. The tractor has R4 style tires. Stone driveway so Chains are no issue.
    I guess for giggles I will put back on the...
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    Rear Weight for 4WD agri Tractors.

    How much counter weight on the 3 pt hitch do you guys use for snow plowing?
    I have a 3000 series Kubota.. Same basic size as te 3000 and 4000 John Deere tractors.

    It's got chains and a 6 foot...
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    Re: Engine loses power, RPM

    My tractor is 10 months old with 63 hours on it..

    I was thinking it was the hydraulic break-in Filters clogging earlier then the 100 hour change out.
    Maybe a clogged filter will not circulate...
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    Re: Engine loses power, RPM

    This is an Old Post but I don't see a solution. If Hydraulic transmission, I'd check the Hydralic filters.
    If fluid can't circulate then it strains the Pump which strains the engine.
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    Re: Got around to adding chain hooks for the 1025R

    Thanks kennyd.. I should have spent more time on that website. I would have stumbled on to the FAQs section.
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    Re: Got around to adding chain hooks for the 1025R

    Is that a single walled bucket on the JD?
    My 4:1 is double walled, I wonder if adding the Bolt ons would not work as well.
  70. Oil & Fuel JCB MIDI CX All filter part numbers and cross references

    JCB seems to keep these numbers close to the chest. This may help someone who can't get to or wants to avoid dealerships.
  71. Re: Instructions to add extra spools to L2800 for grapple.

    Yeah, as you say, I guess the 'Path' changed so we lost it.

    Too bad, I've been trying to convince my friend to put an Aux hydraulic on his 'Bota a pictorial may have sold him on it.
  72. Re: Instructions to add extra spools to L2800 for grapple.

    Hmm, did we lose teh photos after a year? I do not see any PICS
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    FINALLY got a factory picture of what it should look like on my model Tractor.
    Side linke ARE closer to the Attachment end then the stabilizers.. Who wooda known see WORD document picture

    No...
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Greg g :

    No photos in the Manual.. not even a picture when I ask the company what they have.
    this machine is a 'Backhoe' type machine that can have the hoe removed and do AGRI jobs with teh PTO...
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Xfaxman.. I guess I stumbled on that.. I am a total Newbie to this and I put my lynch pins ( So new to this that I earlier called them Clevis Pins) on those eyelets ...cause it made sense.

    When...
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    Picture FACTORY ASSEMBLED1 : If I lay the Lift arms down so the angled ends are facingin a way that they will mount to the Tractor see how far back U under the tractor)the Stabilizers run?
    AND...
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    If I simply rotate the Stabilizers then the Lift arm 'Z' shape is not right to mount on the tractor.
    I will try and post some Pics I took last night.
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    Re: Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    yeah, in my heart I knew I should have taken pictures before posting. It was eating at me as I sit here at Work. I jumped the gun
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    Cat 1 three point Hitch correctly configured

    This is going to be a bear to try and describe. please try to follow.
    When attaching the Side Links, Is it standard convention that the Side Links are closer to the tractor then the
    Stabilizers? ...
  80. Re: Cross reference charts of other manufacturers?

    Yes, the quantity is the same.. The specifics on the lubricants is what I'm talking about.
    The only two that I'm hung up on is the Hydraulic Fluid which I think I have nailed down (an HVI ISO- 46...
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    Re: Newbie saying hello

    "A freshen up" I have said that more than a few times.

    I have a Jeep ( '75 CJ5) that I have had since 1980. When a lady T- boned me after running a Light, I was just going to Put a new Fiberglas...
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    Re: Newbie saying hello

    I just went through your entire Restore of the MF... Nice job. You certainly get to know a tool when you bring it back to life as you have.
    BTW, reading that thread kept me from Working for about 2...
  83. Cross reference charts of other manufacturers?

    My JCB tractor has an Owners manual that is extremely vague when it comes to the Fluids.
    It basically gives Quantity of fluid needed with their Part number. Any manufcaturers out there (Mobil,...
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    Re: question on JCB midi cx rear hydraulics

    I know this is an old Thread, I would love to see what you did as far as 'plumbing'.
    Question on the setup: As soon as the tractor is running you have Hydraulic flowing through the Center pass...
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    Newbie saying hello

    Good day folks.
    I recently purchased my first tractor,. I've been in teh wings reading many forums to learn from.

    This forum is more agricultural Based where my tractor is a hybrid Built more...
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