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  1. Re: Condensation in eaves with non-vented soffit

    FWIW...I would make sure it is not a roof issue rather than 100% condensation...
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    Re: Pellet rifle advice.

    audio is the key...!!! lots of natural predator calls available in mp3 format...simple to set up a wireless sound affect... if you think that just the sound of an air gun discharging is going to help...
  3. Thread: Cold hands

    by /pine
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    Re: Cold hands

    buy the economy packs of chemical hand warmers...keep one in each hand of a duplicate set of gloves...change to the warm ones as often as needed...

    They also work great in the toes of boots...
  4. Thread: BBQ Smokers

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    Re: BBQ Smokers

    IMO...this is a great thread, great stuff!...:thumbsup::thumbsup: to the OP for starting it...!

    On the subject of (dry) rubs...I like a commercial product called: 'Butt Rub'

    BTW... a not so...
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    Re: Pellet rifle advice.

    Why not consider a more benign way of accomplishing your goal?...consider something like a hawk, eagle, owl decoy...with a wireless remote controlled audio signal...could be set with a timer...even a...
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    Re: No link back to thread

    just FWIW...V Bulletin uses PHP...so it is very simple to use a "preg_replace" array to format plain text into a hyperlink...

    BTW...I'm still not sure how your definition of "parse" helped out the...
  7. Thread: BBQ Smokers

    by /pine
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    Re: BBQ Smokers

    I'm working on a custom smoker/grill that's a little different...mostly designed for two things (not at the same time) smoking jerky (I do it the old way) and slow cooking whole beef briskets (min...
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    Re: Got a nice Rooster this morn

    I agree with the others that think the opposite...I no longer hunt turkeys simply because they are just plain lousy table fare (IMO)...I try not to kill anything that I can't or wont eat (besides...
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    Re: No link back to thread

    I did not see where the OP stated what e-mail client they are using...it seems that the e-mail message is being sent or at least read in a "plain text" format rather than RTF "Rich Text Format...
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    Re: No turn over when key is turned?

    FWIW...
    With the key turned to the start position...try wiggling the PTO/trans. levers...

    If one of my PTO levers is not in the exact neutral position I get the same thing....
  11. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    Again...consider the source...IT needs to school you on the lack of credibility in blogs etc...
  12. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    Point taken but there is a huge dichotomy between accidents and acts of rage etc...
  13. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    Of the 32K deaths you cited...on average less than 5% are accidental...exactly what good would any taxpayer funded research do to lower this...all the research in the world "can't fix stupid" when it...
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    Re: Improving wear of wood splitter slides

    The only issue I see could/may come from UV light...if left exposed...
  15. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    How does the NRA "block" the CDC from doing anything?...please don't say lobbying...it does not hold water...
    As for statistical citations...just do some googling...I admit not all the data is from...
  16. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    The posts/experiences you have related in this thread are admirable...:thumbsup:
  17. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    A couple of facts (home safety) from the CDC:

    Americans are 51 times more likely to die an accidental poisoning death versus an accidental shooting death.

    Americans are approximately 10 times...
  18. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    Who says the government is the clearing house on "collecting data" ?
    Even if was statistically proven a gun-less household has fewer gun related incidents do you really believe the following?:
    ...
  19. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    three words:
    Consider the source(s)...

    It must really suck to be so gullible...!
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    Re: ...and I didn't see the black helicopter!

    paranoia the destroyer...

    Kinks - Destroyer 1981 - YouTube
  21. Re: New home construction - Any plumbers in the house?

    Agree on the space but sometimes the wall can be sitting directly over a beam or floor truss/girder etc...
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    Re: Small Tractor Purchase Decision

    Gotcha...makes perfect sense...!
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    Re: Small Tractor Purchase Decision

    Just curious...why you are not considering a machine that was specifically made for mowing ? other than the fact that the more tractors the better...!
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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    the simple is yes...but the software is a bit more sophisticated than what is/was required for WEP...
    Honestly I don't think there is a router on the planet that can't be cracked but the level of...
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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    FWIW...cracking into wireless networks is actually easy if you have the software...
    ...I won't go into details but it's basically done by sending a signal to the wireless router/hotspot/repeater...
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    Gannon Earthcavator ??

    Anyone know exactly what this does?
    Rare Gannon Earthcavator Garden Tractor Attachment
  27. Thread: Winter Forecast

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    Re: Winter Forecast

    Last year the wooly bears were inconstant...every other one was wide/narrow band of brown...

    unfortunately we are seeing "spoons" here now...

    Winter and the Persimmon Seed - Farmers' Almanac
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    Re: Building a fireplace (ventless) question...

    Check the specs and see what the minimum clearance to combustible materials is...
    To change the looks to your liking some framing may be required...

    I've seen fire rated cement board screwed to...
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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    If you want to know who/what is using your wireless network...there is (some free) software available to show you what devices are connecting to your network...

    search suggestion: wifi monitoring
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    Re: Pull type box blade with tilt axle??

    The biggest draw-back I see with this type of BB is there would be no close quartering to the back side...
    It looks like it would be ideal for strictly (open ended) grading etc. applications...
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    Forks Re: is is there anything I can't do with these

    Just curious...were you referring to ellipsis's :confused:
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    Forks Re: is is there anything I can't do with these

    And take a lot of passes...:D
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    Re: And Antique people here?lol

    Have you searched?...there used to be a database...IIRC...it may have been sponsored by 'Antiques Roadshow'
  34. Re: How many have concealed carry permit to carry a gun ?

    So much for the jury system...:D
  35. Thread: New cheap saw

    by /pine
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    Re: New cheap saw

    They are not meant for commercial duty but I have gotten great service from a couple of Poulan saws..
    Have been using a "Farm-Hand" 2775 (20") for going on 15 years and it still runs and cuts...
  36. Re: seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    When the ground dries out I will try to take some pictures...

    The jeep is a '70' model CJ5 with a '50's' model Willys F head 4 cyl...current status is definitely "beater" but it's worthy of making...
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    Re: Advice needed on fixing a badly rutted road

    Rather than raising a diverter (creating an unwanted speed bump) I usually opt for an angled swale with wide mellow shoulders...This allows the float of a 3ph attachment (box or rear blade etc.) to...
  38. Re: seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    I looked (there and every other site etc...) and found nothing that I could use...mandrel bends simply won't work in the room I have to work with...otherwise I would have used a heat gun and some PVC...
  39. Re: seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    OK...
    I spent some time searching online suppliers with no joy...also talked to the closest shop with a bender and they said they could not make the double bends in the span of pipe required......
  40. Thread: The HydrauLink

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    Toplink Re: The HydrauLink

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/174498-hydraulink-self-contained-air-over.html
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    Re: First deer harvest of the season.

    The grandson of a good friend took this "fanged" buck yesterday...! Not a hoax the local TV news featured it...

    397381
  42. Re: seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    Thanks for the insights...

    I have been unable to find what I need at any of the local auto parts supply houses...I will do some more searching online...
    ...The closest shop with a pipe bender is...
  43. Re: seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    Thanks for the insights...I thought about filling the pipe with sand etc. to prevent kinking... if I was just going to try heating and bending...but I'm afraid this method would make the section of...
  44. seeking advice/insights on exhaust systen fabrication...

    I'm looking for some hands on experience for making up an exhaust system for a old CJ5...
    ...Basically I'm seeking advice on the best way to make a double offset in a section of standard (1-3/4")...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Easy way to store your Auger

    Being aware of how well you construct everything...did you cannibalize one of your screen doors for that turnbuckle?
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    :thumbsup::thumbsup:

    Around here call em "gray-its" :laughing:
  47. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    I must be missing something...I realize things have changed and it's been a long, long time since I was educated on this topic but...In this scenario if the substrate/base will not support the slab...
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    Re: Steering feels a little jerky

    For a k_ubota OEM part that's a bargain IMO...even more so if it resolves your issue...
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    Re: What's for supper???

    Looks extremely palatable...what did you stuff them with? typical turkey stuffing?
  50. Mowing Re: Securing Zero Turn with front casters to wood-decked trailer

    just a suggestion:

    NEW 5000 LB FLOOR FLUSH MOUNTED TRAILER TIE DOWN D RING | eBay
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    Most folks that are originally from the south would find this quite amusing...
  52. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    FWIW...If the OP has not exposed the edge of the existing driveway he may find that the pour was thickened to prevent break-offs...
  53. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    Many architects say to use epoxy but I've seen some spec. sheets say to use a slurry of portland cement and a bonding agent...
  54. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    On this note if OP is opting for a cold joint (rather than an expansion joint) if the existing edge of 3.5" pour is a shear surface (left from a form board) it will help a little by chipping/scoring...
  55. Re: request recommendations for rebar spacing for concrete project

    There is a publication titled "placing reinforcing bars"...you might check your local library...
    I did not DL this PDF but it may be of some value?

    Placing Reinforcing Bars - Concrete Construction
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    Re: Looking for work to do with the kubota bx

    If you want to greatly expand the capability of a loader...consider a thumb grapple...and a tooth bar...
    Be aware that the gross weight of your tractor is a big factor when scooping material with...
  57. Tiller Re: Best attachment besides Harley power rake to pulverize wild grass, soil & weeds??

    JMO...before investing is high priced "powered" attachments I would see what just pull behind implements could do for you... so first off I would buy the heaviest box blade the L-48 can handle...and...
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    If she takes the position she can have the best of both worlds...

    One tip I can offer is...to get a GA driver's lic. a state certified birth certificate is required...they do not accept certs from...
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    Ditto...It depends on just how far N. and how far E. of Atlanta you're talking about...there is a dichotomy depending...from sophisticated cultural (living) to extreme rural in just a couple hours or...
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    Re: Got a nice Rooster this morn

    I thought you were supposed to "age" birds like that? i.e., hang them from the neck on a string until they fall to the ground...:D
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    Re: Let's talk replacement seats!

    Surplus Center
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    Re: What's for supper???

    The quality of game meat is directly related to how the meat is cared for from the first few minutes after the shot...!

    Hunters learn bad habits early on and many are unable to change their ways...
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    Re: Got this crazy FEL attachment idea

    Personally If the DW is worthy I would replace the clutch...it would be worth more as a working machine than it (what's left) would be as a parts junker...granted DW parts are not cheap but for a...
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    Re: Kubota B21 Advice

    The biggest difference I see in these two is the 7400 is hydro only...The later 7410 is a closer match to the 1700 but it does have quarter inching...
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    Re: Kubota B21 Advice

    Sorry I can't answer on the time frame of quarter inching/position control...My 1700 is a '95' with full power steering,,,
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    Re: Kubota B21 Advice

    FWIW...My B1700 has position control...
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    Re: Kubota B21 Advice

    Have you looked at the B1700, B2100, B2400 series? IMO they are comparable to the B21 etc and can be found with low hours at reasonable prices...most have FELs but not often a BH...

    Good Luck...
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    Re: Tractor Log Splitter

    I prefer a stand alone splitter so I can use the tractor/grapple/carry-all when I'm processing logs into firewood...
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    Re: The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men

    Rent A Goat
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    Re: BX25 for Creating Large Pond

    How long have you owned or been familiar with the property?
    My first thoughts would center on the newly discovered natural spring...does it stay wet/flowing all year long? Being "newly discovered" I...
  71. Rear Blade Re: Broken box blade - worth fixing? and if not what to get?

    Pulling even small stumps is not (really) the intended purpose of a box blade...that said...you may be lucky that that it was the welds on the bb that failed and not part of your 3ph...
    From the...
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    Tires Re: B7500 need from tire

    There are a couple of different older threads on this subject...I went the through the same issues a couple of years ago...
    ...it is all about "rolling circumferences"...
  73. Thread: MIG questions

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    Re: MIG questions

    FWIW...here is an interesting thread from a welding forum on the same model welder I have (FM 140)
    snap on welder

    read all the replies...
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    Re: Landscape Rake Howse vs TSC Countyline

    Although it may sound good it is entirely unrealistic for any type on angling (laterally) any type of grading/grooming implement that once angled to cover the rear tire tracks of any tractor under 30...
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    Re: My wheelbarrow is lonely!

    Brings up something I've never been able to fathom...guys that pay $ to a gym and also pay $ to have their lawn mowed/maintained etc.etc...
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    Re: My wheelbarrow is lonely!

    Before I got a tractor...the wheelbarrow was easily the most worked tool in the harem...only been used for concrete/mortar since...! and many times I haul the mixer and the wheelbarrow on the...
  77. Thread: MIG questions

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    Re: MIG questions

    sorry to say I do not have the manual currently at my disposal...I will get it out of storage and post the stats ASAP...
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    Re: How do you kill grubs in the lawn?

    Off the wall wild scenario...
    Would it not be cool if we could shrink ourselves down (with formidable weapons and ammo of course) and go down into their domain and reek havoc...?

    ..."say hello to...
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    Re: Pillow block question

    did you check this site?

    Surplus Center
  80. Thread: MIG questions

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    Re: MIG questions

    It's an older model...but the owners manual clearly states 100% duty cycle...
  81. Thread: MIG questions

    by /pine
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    Re: MIG questions

    O/T...TBN is one of the most popular topic (tractors) related message boards on the entire Internet...It also happens to be one of the best managed boards on the Internet...all those that contribute...
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    Re: Help! Sucked up 100' hose in tiller

    You were lucky...I've seen wheels (propellers) forced off the shafts with just fishing line...let alone heavier gear etc...
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    Re: Rear Remote Mounting Opinions

    ergonomics and hose routing should be the deciding criteria IMO...

    Good luck and have fun...!
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    Re: Landscape Rake Howse vs TSC Countyline

    In my experience...the 3ph will float to the highest point of resistance...meaning (with gauge wheels) several passes were required to get the low side wheel to finally touch when the grade was...
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    Re: How does your garden grow?

    Anyone else have an issue with "flat" green beans ? This year the same brand seeds for full/half runners that I have previously had good luck with produced about 75%-80% flat beans...this is after...
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    Re: tips for nailing wet wood

    Not sure about nailing but I would keep the boards so the outside (of the tree) is to the weather...
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    Re: Landscape Rake Howse vs TSC Countyline

    If you have hydraulic T&T (mostly tilt) gauge wheels are unnecessary...
  88. Thread: Fraud victim

    by /pine
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    Re: Fraud victim

    FYI...I did not intend to strike a nerve...! no need to get your panties all bunched up there buster... YOU were the one that came marching in making yourself out to be the quintessential expert:
    ...
  89. Thread: Fraud victim

    by /pine
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    Re: Fraud victim

    The "Sanka" line was TIC...! (do they still even make that stuff?)

    It's hard for me as a pseudo connoisseur off good coffee and someone that only drinks it black...to have much respect for someone...
  90. Thread: Fraud victim

    by /pine
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    Re: Fraud victim

    IMO...It's a mental thing...there are some very good decaf grinds available...some would easily pass a blind taste test with regular brew...

    Sanka anyone...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    Just pull the bottom cups and see what you find...the valve will/should function even if the detent parts are wasted...remove any trashed detent parts (sleeve/ball bearings etc.)...make sure the...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    Usually on spools with detents...the bottom cups are usually longer/deeper...

    I've found similar joystick parts at the local repair shop that is also an equipment rental...they run around $10...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    The piece you found was part of the spring that holds the ball in the socket...I would replace all the joy stick ball joints and or articulated joints etc..etc...

    A loose nut/bolt on the bottom of...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    No, the caps I'm talking about are on the very bottom of the valve assembly...they should look like little round canisters...( it is a general maintenance procedure to remove and inspect under the...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    You had not mentioned the joystick or I missed it...just make sure all the ball/socket and any articulated joints do not seem overly worn or faulty...

    The "bottom caps" will be on the bottom of...
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    Re: Loader control valve not curling bucket

    Since you've checked the QDs/hoses etc... the next thing I would do is remove the bottom of the spool caps and see what you find...make sure that the bolts that hold the springs in place are...
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    IMO NY only rates an "etc."...sometime I'll tell you about the bumper stickers I had made up that countered the "I[heart] NY" that were rampant in FL for a while way back...



    :laughing: That...
  98. Thread: MIG questions

    by /pine
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    Re: MIG questions

    When comparing 110V welders be sure to look at the "duty cycle"...
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    yeah...but most of those "Floridians" learned to drive in places like Ohio, Ill., Ind., Mich., etc...etc...before they moved to FL...!
  100. Thread: Stuck filter

    by /pine
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    Re: Stuck filter

    Have you tried it when it's warm?

    I would adjust the filter wrench so it is at the top or bottom where there is solid material...cinch the wrench tight and strike it with a mallet...

    Good...
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