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  1. Re: Has anyone purchased a downloadable shop manual??

    Check eBay. I've bought a dozen or more tractor operator, service and parts manuals on CD. Just make sure the CD contains copies of genuine manufacturer's manuals, not copies of I&T manuals (which...
  2. Re: Plans for a horse run-in/equipment shed? Can one building do it all?

    I built a 20 x 28 equipment shed about 8 years ago that's built pole-barn style (posts, beams, purlins, and 28 gauge metal sides and roof). Cost about $2.5K for materials at Home Depot.
    ...
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    Re: Crazy idea for a welding table?

    You're correct--it's a crazy idea.
    Build that table yourself. You have a good start already with that 3/8" top. There are plenty of plans on the Web. Just make sure the frame is really sturdy.

    If...
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    Re: Looking to buy a cub or super A

    I've own both--1948 Cub, 1951 Super A. Paid $900 for the Cub, $1300 for the Super A (along with the mid-mount sicklebar mower and a rear scraper blade). The Super A had been converted from the...
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Right on. My ranch was about 2 miles West of town. Bought many a gift box for holidays and birthdays at the Olive Pit. Also at Lucero's olive oil shop just South of town.
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Well said. The name "Texas" doesn't jump to mind when the word "olive" is mentioned. Climate may be one of the reasons for that.

    I used to live outside Corning, CA, a little town of 7000 souls in...
  7. Thread: Farm Tractor

    by flusher
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    Re: Farm Tractor

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun:thumbsup:

    Need more info besides engine hp. Type of transmission? FEL? Budget? DIY maintenance and repairs, or have it done at a dealer's service facility? Tractor...
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    Re: Help with water supply line

    I dug the trenches for electric, water and gas about 11 years ago when I bought 10 acres for my new home. Total trench length was 1100 ft, some 24" deep, some 30" deep. No freezing problem in the...
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    Re: Can't see when welding

    I use a $60 auto darkening helmet from Northern Tool for both stick and wire feed.

    Before my cataract surgery, I wore my prescription glasses with clip on yellow tinted polarized aviator...
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    Re: FYI, Fatal Tick Bite in Dogs

    Oops. Correct spelling is "Ehrlichiosis".
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    Re: FYI, Fatal Tick Bite in Dogs

    Ticks are really dangerous. My sister was bitten by one while cleaning out a storage shed a few years ago. She was diagnosed with Lyme disease and Erichilosis. Took her almost a year to recover.
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    Re: Still need welder help

    I used a Hobart Stickmate LX AC/DC welder around my shop for about 10 years. Never had any problems. Built a lot of custom farm equipment (bale squeeze, modified wheel discs, modified moldboard plow,...
  13. Re: CHAIN FOR THIS JOHN DEERE HAY/GRAIN ELEVATOR - DON'T KNOW WHAT MODEL IT IS!

    That's steel detachable chain.
    Just measure the width and length of a link and then Goggle "steel detachable chain" for information on chain sizes that match your dimensions.

    Good luck
  14. Planters Re: what grain drill will work well on Kubota L3600 4wd?

    Here is the grain drill I used behind my 2008 Mahindra 5525 to plant oats on my 10-acre place. It's an old Minneapolis Moline P3-6 drill that I refurbished. Bought two of them from my neighbor for...
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    Re: smoothing behind disc

    Definitely find yourself a wheel disc. I bought an old 13 ft wide Kraus wheel disc for $600 and cut it down to 8-ft wide to use behind my 2008 Mahindra 5525.

    Build a DIY drag consisting of a...
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    Re: 135 runs like poo all of a sudden

    Intake valve stuck open? Timing off?

    Good luck
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    Comparison Re: plows vs cultivators

    If you have thin topsoil (3-5" thick) use an offset disc harrow. YOu don't want to use a moldboard plow since this will just bury the good soil and expose the inferior soil (generally clay).

    If...
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    Re: Getting started in hay making... Basic set-up

    Sure he did. His expenses were seed and diesel and a light application of fertilizer. Cost less than $1K. And the expensive equipment (stacker, squeeze) belong to his friends who charged for the...
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    Re: Getting started in hay making... Basic set-up

    Sure he did. His expenses were seed and diesel and a light application of fertilizer. Cost less than $1K. And the expensive equipment (stacker, squeeze) belong to his friends who charged for the...
  20. Re: How to find mechanic for pre-purchase inspection?

    20 year old machines? Pay a mechanic from a dealer to go with you when you inspect the machine and give you his opinion.

    I never bought construction equipment like you're considering. But I have...
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    Re: mf 135 running rough at acceleration

    Time to start looking for air leaks in the carb seals. Also check compression. Leaking head gasket?

    Good luck
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    Re: Welding freeze-cracked engine block

    I recommend this rod:

    Super Missileweld | The Harris Products Group

    I've used 1/8" rod to a weld broken flange back onto the engine block of my Farmall Cub using my Hobart Stickmate LX welder....
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    Re: what do i need?

    Tractor: 35-45 hp (engine), 4WD, power steering, hydrostatic transmission, ag tires, dual rear hydraulic remote connections, front end loader (FEL) with 5-ft wide bucket and skid steer quick attach...
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    Re: 502 Bad Gateway message

    Me too
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    Re: The day the music died.

    Ah, Leonard Cohen--one cool dude. My favorite is his "Tower of Song" ("Well my friends are gone and my hair is grey. I ache in the places where I used to play."--don't we all).
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    Re: The day the music died.

    Favorite Eagles hit: Take It to the Limit--the 1977 live performance at the Capital Center in Washington, D.C. with bassist Randy Meisner singing lead.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WmixcxzjvA...
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    Re: The day the music died.

    I have fond memories of an Eagles outdoor concert that I attended in the late 1970s in Illinois and another outdoor in the mid 1990s in Southern CA. Lotsa pot smoke in the air. Glenn Fry and Don...
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    http://olivecenter.ucdavis.edu/research/files/report041211finalreduced.pdf

    The Most (and Least) Fake Extra Virgin Olive Oil Brands
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Too much of imported olive oil is labeled "extra virgin" and is not. It's adulterated with cheap oils and shipped to the unwary customer in the U.S. Apparently the Mafia in Italy and Sicily is...
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Nice property.
    What type of olives: hand-picked or machine-harvested?
    Around here (Corning, CA) there are thousands of acres of 100-year old olive trees that are hand-picked for the table olive...
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    Re: Central Texas Olive Ranch / Wedding Venue

    Nice property.
    What type of olives: hand-picked or machine-harvested?
    Around here (Corning, CA) there are thousands of acres of 100-year old olive trees that are hand-picked for the table olive...
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    Re: Getting started in hay making... Basic set-up

    My neighbor and his partner have a sweet setup for haying his 8 acres.

    He prepares the field with his Kubota L4630 and an 8-ft wide tandem disc.
    Seeding (forage mix) is done with his 10-ft wide...
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    Re: Getting started in hay making... Basic set-up

    My neighbor and his partner have a sweet setup for haying his 8 acres.

    He prepares the field with his Kubota L4630 and an 8-ft wide tandem disc.
    Seeding (forage mix) is done with his 10-ft wide...
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    Re: My First Stick Welding Project

    Nice welding table. Only thing I would have done differently is use non-swiveling casters with locking capability.

    Good luck
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    Re: Cost to Survey 80 Acres

    Use your iPhone's GPS app to get you in the ballpark.
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    Re: 8N Ford Will not start

    :thumbsup:
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    I'd go with a pair of sliding doors (barn style)....

    I'd go with a pair of sliding doors (barn style). Easier to DIY.

    Good luck
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    Re: Looking for advice on square hay balers

    Go with the MF124. I bought a 124 about 8 years ago from a local hay farmer for $2K. He had used it the previous day to bale a section of his 35 acres so I was confident that the baler was in good...
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    Re: 3 yr old killed in tractor accident

    Very sad.
    Reminds me of a similar accident 23 years ago when I lived in Orange County, CA. Nine year old girl was killed when she fell off a bean harvester and was run over by the equipment that her...
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    Re: New land... need a tractor!!

    I wouldn't worry about the wife handling a shuttle shift gear tranny. She'll get the hang of it in 10 minutes and eventually will probably be better at it than you:dance1:

    If you plan to work the...
  41. Re: Can I shorten a solid splined PTO shaft and re-weld?

    I bought a Yanmar 1200 rototiller 9 years ago for use with my KUBOTA B7510. Had to replace the 28" long lower arms of the 3pt hitch with 35" arms to get the new pro shaft and slip clutch to fit....
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    Re: Haying with your McCormick

    I ran a Massey Ferguson 124 bailer (small squares, two twine) with my Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine, 45 hp pto). The operator manual says the minimum hp for the 124 is 33 hp (pto).

    Balers this size...
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    Re: Massey ferguson 33 grain drill

    About 8 years ago I bought two old Minneapolis Moline P3-6 grain drills from a neighbor for $275. Ten feet wide, 20 drops, single disc openers.

    One of these had a pair of trip clutches to raise...
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    Re: Festivus 2015 -- The Airing of Grievances

    Recurring problem on TBN--1000+ word paragraphs with minimal or defective punctuation and at times a crowd of misspellings. The poster may have interesting and/or important things to say, but when I...
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    Re: Interested in learning how to weld

    Spend the money and take a basic welding class (community colleges, welding schools). This will give you experience with stick, MIG, TIG and plasma cutting on a variety of different welders. Then you...
  46. Re: VW Clean diesels.... how did they get them so clean?

    I think you mean the Pareto Principle, aka 80/20 rule.
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    Re: Getting a Backhoe Shipped

    I've had several things shipped by uShip (IH Little Genius plow, JD 71 row planter). No problems with the shipper. $2.56 per mile is not too bad a price that you were quoted.

    You can do better if...
  48. Thread: Build harrows

    by flusher
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    Re: Build harrows

    Attach the tires to the top of a piece of chain link fence. Does a better job than just dragging the tires along the ground. Also helps if you have steel rims to go along with the tires for...
  49. Thread: Garage design

    by flusher
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    Re: Garage design

    Nope. I did the electrical wiring myself. No plumbing, heating, partitions.
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    Oil & Fuel Re: How to change oil and filter on MF-135?

    The operator manual for the MF135 is free here

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/m...ml#post4303036

    You'll find the info you need to service your tractor there.

    Get the factory manuals...
  51. Re: What is the WORST injury you have ever sustained?

    Dislocated left shoulder (I'm left handed). High school football 1956 when sports medicine was non-existent. Three guys in the ER held me down on the table while the fourth rotated the arm and...
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    Re: Mahindra 5035 no start

    A diesel is pretty simple. If it's cranking and has air and fuel, it'll start.
    Clean/replace the air filter(s).
    Check/replace the fuel filter(s).
    Check the fuel cutoff solenoid valve for proper...
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    Re: Ford 1710 high crop/ row crop

    Don't think you'll have any problems with the 3pt if you use larger diameter rear wheels. Just use longer lift arms. Tractor Supply has some about 3 ft long.

    You have to go to a tractor salvage...
  54. Thread: Garage design

    by flusher
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    Re: Garage design

    My shop is a 24x42 ft steel building of pretty conventional design with two 10x10 ft rollup doors and 12 ft wall height.

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    With 6" concrete floor (4000 psi concrete), cost was $23K...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying First Compact or Sub Tractor

    My 2008 Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine, 45 hp pto, 2WD, power steering, triple rear hydraulic remotes) with the ML250 FEL (6-ft wide bucket, 2950 lb lift to 10.5 ft height, skid steer quick attach) cost...
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    Re: Ford 1710 high crop/ row crop

    Raising the front is easy--just replace the wheel spindles with longer ones.
    The rear axle is the problem since the offset model uses bull gear axles for increased height while the 1710 standard has...
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    Re: Bad day Farming

    Looks like it.

    Those baler fires are scary.
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    Re: Year for Massey Ferguson 135

    Here

    TractorData.com Massey Ferguson 135 tractor information

    You need the 135 operating manual. It's free here.
    ...
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    Re: Ice Storm in Central Oklahoma 11-28-15

    Talked to my son in Guymon Sunday. Iced up there overnight. Treacherous walking on the church parking lot.
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    Re: Pouring concrete under water

    Nice duckhouse.

    I imagine that's the way the ancient Romans built their duck houses 2000 years ago (they're the ones who perfected hydro-concrete construction, a lot of which still functions...
  61. Thread: Seed Planter

    by flusher
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    Re: Seed Planter

    That grain drill you have looks a lot like my Minneapolis Moline P3-6 drill with a JD paint job (even upside down). Not saying it's not JD. Just looks suspicious.

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    I restored...
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    Re: AKTIV Sickle Bar Mower?

    Never heard of that brand.

    I've restore several sicklebars (MF 31, Allis Chalmers 80T, Farmall Super A side mount mower). Found the parts I needed at Tractor Supply.

    Good luck
  63. Re: Looking to buy Mahindra 5565 or TYM T554 or Branson 5220c - Not sure direction

    I bought a new 2008 Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine, 45 hp pto, 2WD, power steering, partially synchromesh tranny, triple rear hydraulic remotes) with the ML250 FEL (6-ft wide bucket, 2950 lb lift to...
  64. Re: How do YOU feel about downsizing and moving away from your country estate?

    Sold my 10 acre ranch located in Tehama County (about 120 miles North of Sacramento) in Jan 2015. Bought the land in Dec 2004 at age 63. City boy realizing his boyhood dream of living on acreage in...
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    Re: Is this the proper way to weld a patch?

    The truck upfitters use fish plates a lot when modifying a chassis (lengthening, shortening, offsetting). The ones I've seen usually are welded completely around the perimeter of the plate and have a...
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    Re: Need Advice on a Oliver 60

    Here's a photo of my 1945 Oliver 60. Paid $2250 for it about 5 years ago.

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    Had to reline the brake shoes due to leaking seals. Not a difficult job. The 60 is row crop tractor with bull...
  67. Re: Why does everyone rant and rave about the EcoBoost?

    My 2012 Ford Escape (3L Flex Fuel) gets 24 mpg around town and 27 on the freeways burning 87 octane gas. My son is able to get about 29 mpg on the freeway driving it the way he drives his Prius.
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    Re: HardiPlank or Vinyl?

    Here's my house with Hardiplank (brick red) half way up the sides and Hardipanel (off white) the rest of the way. Photo was taken 10 years after the house was built. Only painting done was on the...
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    Buying Advice Re: Is the Front End Loader worth it?

    I bought my 2008 Mahindra 5525 new from Dave's Tractor in Red Bluff, CA. Dave posts often on TBN "DavesTractor".
    He's a western states distributor for Mahindra. I'd say 99% of the tractors he sells...
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    Re: New MF165 Diesel Member

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun:thumbsup:

    MF165 is a nice machine. I had a 1964 MF135 diesel for about 9 years.
    Suggest you get the user, service and parts manuals. AGCO has the manufacturer's...
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    Re: Rail Road Iron added to off set harrow?

    I used 120-lb concrete weights on my 7-ft Towner offset disk and towed a drag behind. Here's one version I used with a tire drag. Later I used a piece of chain link fence with the tires attached to...
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    Tractor Sizing Re: what size tractor for the Ozarks

    Tractor: 50-60 hp (engine), 4WD, power steering, shuttle shift transmission, dual rear hydraulic remotes (triple is better), FEL with 6-ft wide bucket, chain hooks, skid steer quick attach, backhoe...
  73. Re: New to forum with Oliver 550 D that needs some work !

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun.:thumbsup:

    I had to do a brake job on my 1945 Oliver 60. Easy to do since the 60 is a bull-gear tractor with the brakes on a separate shaft near the rear axle. Your...
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    Re: tilt vs deckover with ramps loading tractor?

    I'd go with a gooseneck lowboy.
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    Re: Your towing rigs and trailers

    Nice looking B. Mine was a 1949. Needed a brake job when I bought it 5 years ago. Otherwise just cleaned the radiator ventilation vanes to free up the open/close control and it was good to go.
    ...
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    Re: New tractor and diesal fumes

    Could be the wind direction. I'd get diesel fumes in my face from my 2008 Mahindra 5525 at times when mowing into the wind. Otherwise, no smell at all.
  77. Re: Need advice on starting up cattle and hay business/extra job

    So what's your plan? Mow, rake and bale native grasses? Or plant a crop and go from there? Or both (divide your 80 acres into native and planted)?
  78. Re: Just starting on the tractor learning curve...

    Tractor: 30-40 hp (engine), hydrostatic tranny, 4WD, power steering, ag tires with rears filled with liquid, dual rear hydraulic remotes, front end loader (FEL) with 5-ft wide bucket, skid steer...
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    Re: The ZEAK alimite fitting will not fit

    I think you mean "zerk alemite" fittings.

    Lubrication Fittings - Alemite

    There are plastic caps for zerk fittings to protect the exposed end of the grease fitting. I don't recall seeing any...
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    Re: Keep the NH or switch to a MF?

    You don't need a dealer. I had a MF124 baler for about 7 years until I sold my place. Never had any problems with it. The SureTie knotters are simpler than NH and JD knotters and are easy to work on...
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    Re: Brush Hog Blade Sharpening

    I used a 6-ft Hawkline hog with my Mahindra 5525 to mow my 10-acre ranch. Got tired of laying on my back under the mower with an angle grinder (yes, I had the mower safely blocked). So one afternoon...
  82. Re: MF165 massive hydraulic fluid "weep hole" leak

    I'd replace every elastomer seal I could get to when splitting a tractor. I used to do complete restorations on old tractors where this is standard operating procedure.

    Good luck
  83. Rotary Cutter Re: Help sizing rotary cutter for my tractor and terrain

    Switch to large square bales.
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    Re: Neighbor doesn't want me to farm.

    Easy solution: you need to plant a barrier between your apple orchard and your neighbor's property to minimize any spraying carryover getting on their place. Suggest some type of tall, fast growing...
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    Re: Oh I want this drill press

    Next thing you be wanting a friction stir welding machine in your shop:laughing:
  86. Re: MF165 massive hydraulic fluid "weep hole" leak

    Had the same problem with the MP on my 1964 MF135 diesel. Same solution: kept it in MP Low range and ran it like that for about 8 years until I sold it.
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    Re: Concrete slab thickness vs.footers

    Pour 4" thick 4000 psi concrete, #4 rebar grid on 24" centers, 2" dobies to center the rebar vertically.
    Use steel plates (24"x24" x 1" thick) under your lift columns to spread the load.

    Good luck
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    Re: Tractor and Slopes

    So you regularly work your CK27 on those steep slopes with turf tires?
    Not me. I'd use the setup that I had on my 1964 MF135 diesel.

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    The rears are 18.4-16 ag tires (16" dia rims)...
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    Re: How to keep a tractor from getting stolen?

    Right on. Those $100 battery powered 4-1/2" angle grinders can cut through even the GSA security locks that the feds use on security containers containing classified stuff.
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    Re: Welding while wearing contact lens

    Yep. But wear a pair of wraparound sunglasses (yellow tint, polarized, UV400 rating or better) to protect your eyes from reflected UV radiation that can get inside your hood.

    I had cataract...
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    Re: So...new tractor today...

    Congrats on your new tractor.
    I used to own a 2008 Mahindra 5525 and a 1949 JD B. The B looked large because of the 38" rear wheels.

    Good luck
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    Buying Advice Re: Early '60's MF 35 Utility

    Right on. Did that exact thing with an really nice 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF wide front tractor I found a few years ago about 60 miles from my place. Cost about $220 to have a rollback wrecker pick...
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    Flail Mower Re: Just bought a Flail Mower - How did I do?

    Nice looking mower. Good price. Hope the bearings are OK. Otherwise you'll be getting up close and personal with your new mower as you swap out bearings (which is a good thing).

    Your 4035 has...
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    Re: Apple cider anyone?

    Last week in Placerville there were several E.coli poisoning cases from apple juice bought at one of the local roadside stands. The juice was unpasteurized. E. coli is nasty stuff. You roll the dice...
  95. Thread: Welding w/o ?

    by flusher
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    Re: Welding w/o ?

    Right on. I see those TV guys making tack welds with no hand or face protection--just shut their eyes momentarily while the arc is on. Years of this adds up to late life melanoma. Another example...
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    Re: Blacksmith Shop/Shelter?

    My grandfather had his blacksmith shop for nearly 65 years in central Wisconsin.

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    Maybe this photo (circa 1915) will give you some ideas for your shop.

    No problems with CO asphyxiation...
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    Re: Cast Iron Differential Weld

    I used Super Missile Weld (1/8" rod, 130 amps, DC+) to weld a broken flange off the lower right side of my Farmall Cub engine block. No preheat. Used skip welds about 1" long, kept the temperature...
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    Re: Bridge Crane designs and ideas...38' span

    Your problems will start when you or your heirs try to sell your property including the shop with your DIY crane. The buyer's mortgage entity will insist on a detailed inspection and will be looking...
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    Re: Pictures of my Garage Build

    Looks great. Excellent job:thumbsup:

    One thing I would have done differently is to make it a pull-through garage/shop by adding another big door in the other end of the building.

    And instead of...
  100. Buying Advice Re: Seeking purchase advice - 200+ acres - tractor vs skid steer

    Something like this would handle all your work

    mFORCE 105P | Mahindra

    For work on steep slopes, use dual rear wheels (dualies) to make the wheel track wider.

    Good luck
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