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    Re: Pick-up Tires = $$$$$

    That's been my experience as well.
  2. Re: Shaver HD-8 post drive and return line on L4701

    Shaver has specific fitting solutions for the fill port on some tractors. It might be worth a call to find out if they have one for your tractor. Otherwise figure out a way to secure the hose.
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    Re: TC35D OEM headlight Lamp Replacement

    There's about an 80% chance the trade number is printed right on the bulb base.
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    Re: Pick-up Tires = $$$$$

    As if buying them with a truck attached is not.
  5. Re: HVAC System 20 Years Old, Time to Proactively Replace??

    I'm in a similar boat. Just bought a house built in 1992 with an original all electric heat pump. Considering a full replacement while we are doing renovations, but if we wait there's nothing lost in...
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    Re: Pick-up Tires = $$$$$

    Cooper Discoverer AT/3 is a very good tire. Not sure if they are offered in your size.
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    Re: Ford xx10 different series ?

    How about a unit number?
    There was a 4100 built as two different models, the later being in the early 1980's. I'm not aware of a '80s 4110. 20 year New Holland dealership employee.
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    Re: Ford xx10 different series ?

    A 4110 built for North America would be a '65-'75 LCG 3 cylinder tractor with a 4000 sized engine and 3000 style hydraulics, transmission and rear axle/brakes. I don't think your seller knows what...
  9. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    I would consider 1/2" hose for the return.
  10. Re: Broke a roller chain tonight, any suggestions for breaker tool

    This is TBN. There's little room for facts and practicality. We need pages of discussion, expensive specialized tools used for similar items used in different applications, and surely can't be...
  11. Re: How do you get 600 ft/lbs torque on a rotary cutter blade nut?!?

    And likely to be at least as accurate as a Chinese torque wrench.
  12. Re: Broke a roller chain tonight, any suggestions for breaker tool

    I'll check my RAD parts catalogs at work today.
  13. Re: How do you get 600 ft/lbs torque on a rotary cutter blade nut?!?

    Few, if ANY discount 3/4" drive socket sets will have the reqiured 1-11/16" socket that fits a Bush Hog blade nut properly. Some of the more mainstream brands also skip that size.
    That's why I...
  14. Re: How do you get 600 ft/lbs torque on a rotary cutter blade nut?!?

    Nowhere did he say he didn't want to invest in hand tools. He doesn't want to buy a big air powered impact and the compressor to run it. And I don't blame him.
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    Re: What size battery for CK30 HSt?

    We install BCI Group 34 batteries in most Kioti's.
  16. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    You have not. the rest is just static.
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    Traction Re: 1920 front rims 8x16 looking for a set

    In this instance probably the fastest and maybe even the cheapest option.
  18. Re: Just got this 1990 1920 with fel and back hoe (2003)

    Hydraulic strainer / suction screen? I'm thinking not on a 1920.

    Calling it a fuel strainer had me wondering.....
  19. Re: Just got this 1990 1920 with fel and back hoe (2003)

    ??? Fuel strainer in the transmission? Maybe you should check the parts book.
  20. Re: Just got this 1990 1920 with fel and back hoe (2003)

    I think the 1990 used the early hydraulic filter. A 97 will not.
  21. Re: How do you get 600 ft/lbs torque on a rotary cutter blade nut?!?

    Or the Bush Hog blade nut tool, a 24" pipe wrench, and 3-4' cheater. Realistically, 300-400 lb/ft is sufficient.
  22. Re: Front mount snowblower on a larger 5000 or 6000 series JD tractor

    Agree. I run an RM990 with 42 PTO hp and its more than enough.

    I'd be shocked if anyone builds a front subframe mount for a snowblower to fit 5000 or 6000 series Deeres. The market for such an...
  23. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    The 3PT relief valve is thee safety relief. This valve is ALWAYS set above system relief and is necessary for when the lift piston is isolated from the pump flow circuit (holding a load in any...
  24. Re: Broke a roller chain tonight, any suggestions for breaker tool

    Cotter pins work fine when installed in the proper direction.
    I'll bet you lunch your chain had a master link. What brand of blower?
  25. Re: Broke a roller chain tonight, any suggestions for breaker tool

    I figured from your OP that riveting chain links was SOP in the cycle world. In my world (farm and CP stuff) it is not; hence my reply. Cottered connector links are better than those using clips, but...
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    Re: Bead Seating Pressure?

    Never use more than 35 PSI to seat tire beads. Use a tire lube or soap and it will require far less.
  27. Re: Broke a roller chain tonight, any suggestions for breaker tool

    Standard roller chain is typically not riveted as a repair. Use common connector or offset links using cotter pins or clips to retain. There are two sizes of chain tools similar to the one you...
  28. Thread: Case IH 5150

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    Buying Advice Re: Case IH 5150

    Take a deep breath and read my post again. I didn't say when, if, or how many 5150's were shipped to the US. Nor did I identify or attack any claims you made about that.
  29. Thread: Case IH 5150

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    Buying Advice Re: Case IH 5150

    If your data were posted from Tractordata.com that would account for the discrepancy in build dates with bona fide CaseIH dealership info. The 5150 was offered only for a short time as compared to...
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    Re: Converting FEL Bucket to Four in One

    Slash is the resulting debris from the use of an implement called a slasher.

    A mulching head would be a type of slasher, I suppose. A Brown Tree Cutter also comes to mind.
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    Re: Converting FEL Bucket to Four in One

    There's nowhere near enough steel in a standard bucket to make it practical or worthwhile to convert it.

    Go look at some 4 in 1's and look at how they are built.

    Note that I said practical,...
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    Re: Farming for profit

    The best Internet forum site for production Agriculture, bar none.
  33. Thread: Farmall Super H

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    Re: Farmall Super H

    Is that an offer? $2500 is optimistic enough. Vintage tractors don't sell like they did 5-10 years ago.
  34. Thread: Farmall Super H

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    Re: Farmall Super H

    The photo clearly shows a ballast resistor near the ignition coil. That makes it all but certain to be a 12V conversion.
  35. Re: 51 Deere B-is this an alternator or generator?

    Additionally a JD B might not turn a one wire alternator fast enough to self-excite.
  36. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    There's always concern when any hydraulic pump is deadheaded. The trick is to be smart enough to know it is happening and not let it happen for more than a few seconds. That's not going to hurt...
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    Re: Square Bale Storage

    I used to stack ALL my hay on edge. No tripping on strings, and the weight of upper tiers compresses the lower bales and makes the strings tighter. Stack them strings up and the weight of upper tiers...
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    Re: Balancing Front Tires?

    I'm just gonna say no, and leave it at that.
  39. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    Return oil is typically ported towards the spool ends. When this galley is subjected to system pressure, instant failure of the spool seals is the result. Usually 2 times however many spools are in...
  40. Backhoe Re: Rear Hydraulics or Power Beyond Tap for Woods Backhoe on CT230

    Reverse flow through the backhoe valve can and does easily damage the spool seals. Installation of a check valve in one of the hoses will prevent problems. I use my remote valve to power my Woods hoe.
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    Buying Advice Re: What Is Happening With Kioti?

    I find it true of all reviews wherever. And the answers I got to my question to those with high satisfaction levels prove my point.
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    Re: Ford 3000 Muffler

    Cut the muffler off above the hood, then remove the hood.
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    Re: Ford 3000 Muffler

    You will have to cut it off.
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    Re: Anyone know what these pallet forks might fit?

    If your FIL had a previous JD tractor with FEL that may be a clue.
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    Buying Advice Re: What Is Happening With Kioti?

    So how many of those posting in this thread that have enjoyed great service from their Kioti have posted reviews here?
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    Buying Advice Re: What Is Happening With Kioti?

    Reviews of any product or service, especially internet based reviews, are skewed towards those reviewers that are dissatisfied. A higher percentage of displeased consumers post reviews than happy...
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    Re: Square Bale Storage

    If it wasn't properly dried he would be complaining about mold in more than the bottom two rows. Also note this problem is not a one-year deal but over multiple seasons.
    Same problem every year....
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    Re: Square Bale Storage

    Hay dried properly then stored doesn't need ventilation. Symptoms of lower layer mold are directly related to ground moisture. The cure is to keep it out, not let it in then try to get it back out.
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    Re: Square Bale Storage

    Agree. 6 mil plastic on gravel; pallets above. Would have been nice if you had put it under the last layer of gravel you put in.
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    Re: Ford 1710 steering shock replacement

    Think again. Or just check one of the online parts lookups. Nobody is claiming a 1920 has a steering dampener. The discussion is about a 1710, which does.
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    Re: Ford 1710 steering shock replacement

    There's only one choice in the 1710 parts catalog; SBA344950340. If somebody at a parts house cross references that and it doesn't fit, blame them.

    You might consider going without the steering...
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    Re: Is my starter going? How to replace....

    Do it my way and you will keep your skin. Good mechanics don't use too many bandages.
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    Re: Is my starter going? How to replace....

    3/8" drive 9/16" flex socket, 6" extension and a ratchet. Take that third bolt out first and install it last. Remove the fuel filter for a little more room.
    I've changed more starters on 3 cylinder...
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    Re: Ford 1710 steering shock replacement

    I'm forever perplexed at the number of folks that think they have to drive to a dealership to pick up parts. UPS, FedEx, and the USPS provide wonderful service.
  55. Thread: Why SSQA?

    by RickB
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    Re: Why SSQA?

    Proprietary in this context means non-universal. You can find attachments out there from other makers but you won't find those coupling devices on anything but Deere loaders. Any way you slice it,...
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    Re: My wife wants a Gazebo, Help!

    That crib wire'll keep the big'uns out.
  57. Thread: Why SSQA?

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    Re: Why SSQA?

    Pretty much what I did. If I were writing the check it would not have been to him.
  58. Thread: Why SSQA?

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    Re: Why SSQA?

    I was involved in the purchase of a JD 3720 some years back. I had to pitch a fit, get rude, and provide the bundle number to the sales guy to get SSQA on the FEL. Even then I had to go to a...
  59. Thread: Why SSQA?

    by RickB
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    Re: Why SSQA?

    As Kenny says, Euro is less popular. Less popular in general and far less popular on the tractor sizes most discussed here. It is, however, far stronger than SSQA, easier to line up, and less likely...
  60. Thread: Why SSQA?

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    Re: Why SSQA?

    The other noteworthy disadvantage to the Deere couplers is they aren't even compatible across Deere loader models.

    SSQA is only "too large" for subcompacts IMHO. It is the most common, most...
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    Re: TN75 Hydraulic Leak at 3pt and resevoir

    It's not hard to damage the bushings while removing them. The torsion bar may need to be replaced due to pitting, etc.
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    Re: hyd filter dry on engine mount 4630 ford

    I'd rather split a 4630 than buy an aux. pump for one. If it quit turning there shouldn't be any pump damage. On the other hand, maybe the pump is seized and that is what fouled the drive. I hope the...
  63. Oil & Fuel Re: Rear End / Trans / Hydraulic oil on '54 NAA - continuous or separate??

    It is fine for the common sump that is the transmission, rear axle and hydraulic system of your 8N. Do not put UTF in the steering box, radiator, or oil bath air cleaner.
  64. Thread: Ice in tires

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    Re: Ice in tires

    Ice chunks and tire tubes don't mix. Theres no danger posed by ice in tubeless tires.
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    Re: Just had a sickening thought

    Email me your address so I can get that hazardous piece of equipment out of your life.

    No charge.
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    Re: Parts Availability in Years

    Parts availability after 10 years is directly related to the number of units sold, the demand for that particular part, and whether the tractor or component was outsourced.
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    Re: Is my starter going? How to replace....

    Only you can decide if you have the time, tools and talent. Open the hood and check it out. Changing a starter isn't rocket science, but some guys have no business owning Vise Grips.
    Metric...
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    Re: hyd filter dry on engine mount 4630 ford

    What happens when a two pump system has an inoperative engine driven pump is the hitch will work. The remotes will work at reduced flow. The hitch and remotes will not function simultaneously as they...
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    Re: hyd filter dry on engine mount 4630 ford

    An hydraulic pump won't last 38 hours when it's sucking air, let alone 3800. You might get lucky if you pour oil in the adapter that the filter screws on, filling the suction side of the pump. Fill...
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    Re: Who invented the 4-in-1 bucket?

    It's Drott. And it was my guess as well.
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    Re: Pat's Quick Hitch

    PTO extensions are a BandAid solution. Just enough folks make them work to keep the manufacturers in the game.
  72. Re: TN60DA will not go above idle or take a load

    If it runs on 3 cylinders at idle it doesn't have air in the high pressure side of the system. It's starving for fuel.
  73. Re: TN60DA will not go above idle or take a load

    Clean the debris from the banjo fitting at the engine end of the supply line coming from the tank. If that is clear, replace the transfer pump; it may have garbage in the check valves.

    There are...
  74. Re: First Turbo Tractor, Teach Me, Help Select Best Attachments

    This discussion has been going on far longer than TBN has existed. There is no consensus, except for when hauling somebody else's tractor the owner's wishes need to be heeded.

    File this next to...
  75. Re: First Turbo Tractor, Teach Me, Help Select Best Attachments

    Agree 100%
  76. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    I don't think anyone is arguing. I like to see 14+ too, and most alternator systems would be described as lacking at any lower voltage.. But it's not realistic or required from some generator / VR...
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    Re: Pat's Quick Hitch

    I bought Pats for my Case 885 because it moved the attaching points back. My PTO shaft lengths now are good for both my Case and Ford 4000.
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    Re: John Deere B price question

    It would look a lot better for $800.
  79. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    I was thinking 14.4 was pretty sporty. I've walked away from a bunch of those systems that weren't making that and they lived.
  80. Thread: 72 ford 4000

    by RickB
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    Re: 72 ford 4000

    The reservoir is not needed and was eliminated sometime in the late 1970's. A dedicated tube runs from the thermostart unit to a tee near the fuel tank where it connects to the injector return line....
  81. Thread: Hello from Maine

    by RickB
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    Re: Hello from Maine

    Welcome. Portland is this country boy's favorite city.
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    Re: Removable Hard Cab

    Aftermarket cabs are 1978 technology. The modern factory cab is unitized, the operator's station is fully isolated from the tractor chassis as well as designed to compliment the tractor's design and...
  83. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    We have had excellent results selling a VR from Atlantic. Part #1100-0560. We sell a lot of their electrical and rotating electrical stuff. Of course, maybe that is what you have, and you got a dud.
  84. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    I would monitor the charging voltage over a range of ambient AND coolant temperatures and various run times. You do not want to see much over that 14 volts.
  85. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    Just being an aftermarket inferior component could be the entire problem. Does it charge with the Lucas VR?
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    Re: Greetings from Woodstock NY

    Welcome from the other side of the river.
  87. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    I didn't ask, and have no need to know. What I need to know about you is already known.
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    Re: Live Vs independent PTO

    With Live PTO the PTO cannot be started (or stopped) properly without stopping ground travel.
    With Independent PTO both PTO and ground travel can be stopped and started independently of each other.
  89. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    No bowing required. Just be ready to get called out when you post "information" that will cost the uninitiated $$$ if they follow.
    Have a little contrition for posting garbage on a forum that...
  90. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    You polarized correctly. The advise given above is incorrect for your charging system and if followed is the #1 method for letting the smoke out of a perfectly good VR.

    Farmalls and almost all...
  91. Re: New (to me!) ford 3000, runs great, charging issue?

    No it is not.
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    Re: 7 Pole Round Trailer Connector

    Use a test light to identify the aux power pin. Short it out. Check the amperage of the blown fuse.
    :cool2:
  93. Re: Looking for the highest quality conventional oil

    Agreed. I blew right past that at first.

    There are 'boutique' conventional oils that retail for upwards of a grand a barrel. I've never understood the logic of paying that kind of $$
  94. Chains Re: NEW (to me) Chains! Cleaning and rust prevention

    No thanks. I'll let mine get a coat of surface rust. I have a pair of double ring chains that are 30 years old. They will never rust out. Hanging in a dry barn they don't get much rust at all.
  95. Re: Looking for the highest quality conventional oil

    I just figured out that you were referring to full synthetic despite the blind obvious fact that the OP clearly asked for opinions on conventional oils. So your post was not only rude but of no help...
  96. Re: Looking for the highest quality conventional oil

    For $1200 a barrel, they should come and do the oil changes, too. Most distributers deliver for free, and 3 oil analyses will run $90 at high retail. It's not hard to get them done by reputable labs...
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    Re: Sales Records For General Motors In CHINA

    I saw a 13 minute interview on Bloomberg yesterday (didn't notice the interview date) with Dallas Federal Reserve President Kaplan. I found his comments on trade with Mexico interesting and a...
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    Re: Sales Records For General Motors In CHINA

    I saw this thread a day or so and remembered reading the Ford article as well. Thanks for posting. It's not so much a GM home run as it is a Chinese auto market home run. Just like Chinese...
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    Re: Need TN75S opinions.

    I'm not convinced SuperSteer provides any significant advantages in a TN sized tractor. They turn very well without it, and the traction management system adds a layer of electronics that may not...
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    Re: NX5510 - Fuel issues?

    You had gelled fuel. If you have not replaced the fuel filter you need to.
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