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    Re: DX 33 Starting Problem Fixed

    I just fixed mine so lets see if I can talk you through it. You need a 4 blade (or spade) 12 volt relay. Two blades control the solenoid circuit and two blades are the switch circuit, normally open....
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    Re: Hydraulic flow restrictor

    TSC carries them in the hydraulic fittings dept.
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    If you are looking for a flail skid steer mount, check out Loftness and their Utube video under "Loftness Flail".
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    Re: TC25D - Fuse #5 Blowing

    I only have one key and ended up marking a top and bottom on it. It has been in and out many times and I have not had an issue with the fuse since.
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    Re: Oil filter for New Holland 2120

    Fram PH8A, THE generic Ford Filter.
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    Re: TC25D - Fuse #5 Blowing

    I can not explain why the up-side-down key makes a difference and can not see a noticeable difference in one side compared to the other, but it obviously makes a difference in the start switch. I do...
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    Re: Battery tray protective coating

    I have had good luck with the spray-on flexible coating. Do a couple of layers. I think the name is Plasti-kote.
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    Re: Old Geezer Joke

    Trooper stops a semi for speeding and walks up to talk with the driver. The driver is pissed, but more at himself than the trooper. The trooper goes through the usual routine with the driver, gets...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I was mistaken and thought he had an older model of tractor for the flail mowing. Thanks for making the picture clearer as far as the equipment involved.
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    You will need the overrunning clutch, either built-in the flail gearbox/driveshaft or a separate clutch attached to your pto shaft. Without the overrunning clutch, the back half of the tractor is...
  11. Re: Getting manure to slide out of a dump trailer

    My suggestion is to buy a bag of pelletized lime. Most ag and big lot stores sell it in 40 lb bags. Throw a couple of scoops of it in the bed prior to the manure and it will help "roll" the material...
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    Re: Question on implement horsepower ranges

    Depends on what your plans are for the mower. I you plan to mow grass and keep a pasture trimmed every 2 weeks, 30 hp will get you by. If you plan to wade into 2 to 3 foot high weeds, you will wish...
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    Ballast Re: Loading Radial Tires.

    My neighbor loaded the rear radials on his 100 hp, fwa NH loader tractor with beet juice, but only filled them half way which was adequate for his purposes.
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    Re: Thinking about a TC-29

    I think the fluid in those tires adds about 300+ pounds per tire and you probably won't notice it in most situations. The front tires will be the ones that scuff while turning sharp and you can...
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    Flail Mower Re: Mathews 88CL Flail mower parts

    I would avoid using a heavier knife on the MC for 2 reasons. The hanger is not built to handle the heavier knife and the MC rotor is a larger diameter than the Alamo. What the MC loses in knife...
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    Flail Mower Re: Mathews 88CL Flail mower parts

    I think I was mistaken when comparing the two knives. I weighed one of the MC knives today at 2 ounces and I think the Alamo's standard are about 3 ounces. So not so much difference between the 2....
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    Flail Mower Re: Mathews 88CL Flail mower parts

    I have a MC Lawn Genie LG72 which I use mainly to collect and shred leaves. I did some digging and found that it uses the same blades as your 88CL. If you are going to use the mower as a finish...
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    Re: Greetigs from indiana

    Welcome and glad to see you are developing a severe case of blue (NH) disease from someone who has a long history.
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    Flail Mower Re: Mathews 88CL Flail mower parts

    You can call MC at 800-323-7045 and ask away. In the past when I have needed parts, I usually go through a local dealer and order there. MC may be shipping straight to the customer now, but in the...
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    Re: Tilt Steering lock

    Lots of info on TBN. On the NH owning/operating page go back to page 3 and click on TC29D tilt. Read that over and then click on the links at the bottom of the page. Maybe you can save the tilt...
  21. Thread: Bird Flu?

    by Halftrack
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    Re: Bird Flu?

    This is a serious matter and needs to be addressed immediately. You need to contact a vet and your state animal health office concerning your flock. The big question is what strain of avian flu is...
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    Re: TC29D Tilt Steerig

    Take a look at a Polaris steering shock (part #7053423) as advertised on Amazon. After replacing the steering shock on my TC 33D once (was enough) and seeing this very similar shock on a Polaris, I...
  23. Chains Re: clearance and 16.9x24 non-adjustable rims

    Check the "dish" offset by measuring from the outside edge of the rim to the mounting plate and from the inside edge to the mounting plate. Simply hold a straight edge across the tire and measure in...
  24. Re: Can you combine two alfalfa windrows when baling with a small baler?

    Your neighbor's issue was probably that his tractor would not go slow enough in that situation with the double windrows. So the main question is whether your tractor is geared low enough to feed the...
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    Re: two gang cultipacker question

    For normal operations in tilled dirt, yes, I would unhook the second gang from the hitch. I believe you have options with that type of hitch. If you wanted the additional weight on the first gang, in...
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    Re: New to me TC35 gear 4wd with 900 hours

    I would suggest you put some window screen in front of the radiator. Great job on the battery box rebuild and temp gauge install.
  27. Re: TC 35 with a little less than 900 hours- any issues with these?

    I like it. It's hard to abuse a gear drive. The clutch usually suffers the abuse if there is any. Put it to work and watch those green machines gather dust. (brand bashing as usual).
  28. Re: TC 35 with a little less than 900 hours- any issues with these?

    Hydro or gear, super steer or not? Previous life with a home owner or turf farm or golf course? I think the condition of the R4s will tell you about as much as anything, assuming they are original....
  29. Re: Need advice/help on a 2003 TC33D I just bought.

    For the steering, check the tank under the hood and on right side, it has a round rubber stopper/ dipstick. Use NH 134 fluid in it and rear transaxle tank with dipstick behind seat. If you received...
  30. Re: Cultipacker or heavy lawn roller: What will work better

    My first concern is if you have the dips and low spots erased. If you don't fix them now, they will be there forever. My suggestion to remove them is a couple of 2x10 boards flat at a slight angle to...
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    Re: TC34DA steps wanted

    GO back through the NH archives or search for thread "TC 29D steps", mine and some other options are listed.
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    Re: Tc 40 won't start

    One thing you might try while someone activates the starter is to tap the starter with a hammer to see if it engages. Also when they turn the key to start, you should feel the solenoid shift. If it...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Blade Breaker, you might also check Betstco and their AGL line of flail mowers. They advertise on ebay and are listed under flail if want to look at their models. Perhaps they have been discussed in...
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    Re: Case DX33 PTO problem, HELP

    I beg to differ, Rick, the D33 is the gear drive 9 speed tranny with the 2 stage clutch. The DX33 is the 3 range hydrostatic tranny with a single stage clutch that disengages both the tranny and pto....
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    Re: Case DX33 PTO problem, HELP

    When you push in the clutch, it should disengage the pto and stop forward motion. If it does not, then the clutch faces are rusted together or the clutch linkage is broken or way out of adjustment....
  36. Re: TC29D - 2 Position Switch on left of dash?

    After attaining the desired speed, that switch is pushed forward and activates a magnet which holds the speed. It should release if the brakes are pushed.
  37. Re: 93" Caroni Estate Mower for a Kioti DK45SE?

    I pull a Sitrex 230 which I believe is a twin to your Caroni, 5 blades and 90". It will be hard to tell the mower is even behind you, it cuts that easily. It does a good job even at 7 to 8 MPH. In...
  38. Re: TC-29 Starter problem. anyone try the aftermarket ones.

    I have been putting up with the same problem for a few years now. The solution is adding the relay circuit as described in the above thread. It can be done under the dash panel or with the relay...
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    Comparison Re: DX series help?

    This is dated 2000 and may be earlier than you want. I also have an 8 page covering the 25 to 45 hp dated 2001.

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  40. Re: TC33DA Removal and Replacement of Hydraulic Steering Cylinder

    If you have a trailer or wagon, you can "trailer" your tractor to the shop by lifting the steering axle with the loader on the trailer and pull it behind the trailer. After you remove the cylinder,...
  41. Re: CASE DX33 Farmall (TC33DA) grill guard dimentions

    If you go the homebuilt route, you should consider extending the guard up and over the front portion of the hood to protect from falling debris over the top of the bucket. And yes, the guard does...
  42. Re: CASE DX33 Farmall (TC33DA) grill guard dimentions

    Sorry for the delay in response, been farming this week. Here are some photos and hope they help you out. Another option is to Google the part number and you should get some hits on dealers who have...
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    Rear Finish Mower Re: Qestions regarding finish mower(s)

    I'm referring to a similar situation that a friend had with his mower and blades. He had replaced the blades with what he thought were the right blades, but were in fact made for the opposite...
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    Re: TC33d question

    Here are a few things to check.

    First, the tranny oil cooler in front of the radiator for blockage. The radiator is oversized and may be partially blocked but the area of the tranny cooler is...
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    Re: Box scraping the driveway. Grrrr!!!

    I'm always looking for the cheapest way out. My suggestion, if you owned the box scraper, would be to get a couple of 2X10s about 8' long and bolt them to the sides of the box scraper, effectively...
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    Re: Power Steering just quit on TC40D

    I am seeing a separate power steering tank under the hood for the TC 40D from the parts diagram. Did you check the fluid level in it? It is a combination tank and filter with a rubber...
  47. Thread: Rotella T6

    by Halftrack
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    Re: Rotella T6

    I have been using T6 for 5 years, 600+ hours and year round. Change it every 100 hours and it starts great at zero degrees.
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    Re: Tc40 a left console removal

    Looks like a roll pin. You need a 5 mm drift to knock it out. Maybe a little rust solvent also.
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    Re: Tc40 a left console removal

    Raise the hood and on the outside edge of the firewall there are two bolts that screw into the console panels. I think they are the same size as the rear bolts. When replacing, be sure all are...
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    Re: Stolen Tractor

    If emccauley2 would contact the regional sales manager for Kubota, that person can access warranty records through Kubota and supply him with everything he needs.
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    Re: Boomer 3045 Steering

    My owner's manual describes how to adjust the front axle toe-in on a non-super steer axle. A mark is placed on the inside of the front tires at mid height, that distance measured, the tractor rolled...
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    Snow Attachments Re: Ford 715A - Wrong auger gearing?

    Saw your photo on Snow Weapons page and it is preforming very similar to my rig. Envy that cab though and on top of that you have HEAT!!!! Wow.
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    Snow Attachments Re: Ford 715A - Wrong auger gearing?

    I have a 60" snow blower that was originally labeled as a Yanmar and I believe is very similar to yours. It has the 3 blade impeller and worm drive auger. I have used it on the 3 point with direct...
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    Snow Re: Front mount MF2360 or rear mount 60"

    If the 50" covers your tractor width, definitely go that route. I have used both and there is no comparison to comfort and ease of using the front blower. Even though you gain 10" with the rear...
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    Re: Grader blade issues

    Don't worry about turning it around, it will push snow fine as is. If you did manage to turn it around, the blade will dig in easier when trying to push backwards. I use a 5' blade to plow at another...
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    Re: Milwaukee power tools

    Check with BATTERIES PLUS to see if they can rebattery the power pack.
  57. Re: TC24D losing power after 30min or so. currently while snowblowing

    If you can drain it through the filter easily, do that. Doing that will also give you a chance to observe for flow restrictions. Your issues match the common problem of gasoline mixed in with your...
  58. Re: TC24D losing power after 30min or so. currently while snowblowing

    Before you start replacing parts, drain the tank and observe for any obstructions while draining. If none, replace the fuel with fuel from a different source. If possible, especially this time of...
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    Re: electric trailer brakes on tractor?

    I am assuming you have a commercially manufactured trailer that is wired and has brakes. If you are going to pull It with the MF 35, you need to decide how extensive a wiring job you want to do. If...
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    Re: Official 4,000,000th Post Contest!

    Feb 1st, 2015 at 11:52pm
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    Re: Blizzard 2015 Boston

    Did you ever notice that most of the weather portions of the local newscasts are sponsored by the local supermarket chains? Go figure.
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    Re: 3 point tree shovel for digging?

    I will try my TC 33 and go from there. I have access to larger tractors so we will see what works. My soil types vary but most are sandy loams.

    I did some net digging and actually found the...
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    Re: 3 point tree shovel for digging?

    Came across this on CL and brought it home. It was set up similar to the orange one in mikehaugen's post with an approximate 90 degree angle and additional brackets to support the angle. The seller...
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    Re: 3 point tree shovel for digging?

    Check this website index and see if that is what you are looking for. They advertise it as a tree mover so they probably will warranty it if you bend it. Let us know what you find out. I have a...
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    Re: TC30 Won't Start

    I have never put anything more than an automotive type lower priced battery in any of my contraptions. Maybe someone will comment on what they feel is a quality battery worth the extra money. Look...
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    Re: TC30 Won't Start

    Check the water level in the battery before you pitch it. If it is low, add distilled water and put on the charger for a day. Also if it is low, check your voltage when charging, should be 14.3...
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    Re: TC30 Won't Start

    If you have a voltage drop upon starter application, you have a bad connection either at the battery terminals or the frame ground. Try jumping the battery to get it started. If it does, let it run a...
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    Re: TC30 Won't Start

    Sounds like one of the safety switches is open and not allowing a start. Check your seat, ptos and neutral levels for proper position and look for a disconnected wire under the platform.
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    Re: Manure spreader to spread rocks

    Unless, of course, it is side discharge.
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    Re: Found a decent price on tires

    I got a pair of R4 14" tires from Amazon a couple of months ago and at that time they showed less than 10 in stock, so I guessing they are gone.
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    Re: tc40 and dx rear remotes

    Wow, looks very nice. It turned out like the last yard I helped a co-worker put in, looked so good, I should have charged him more. (freebee and gave me a reason to use the toys).
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    Re: Fuel / Stalling problem....... Help!

    As I have posted on 3 previous threads, it sounds like the classic gasoline in the diesel fuel, which is cured by draining the tank and filling with "premium" diesel this time of year. Give it a try.
  73. Re: Anyone know where to fiand a used hood for tc4oa 2004

    While surfing, I thought I saw a listing. Found it, at Appleton, WI craigslist. Their Tx # 715-551-1107. They have 2 hoods, one is part #86403782. Hope it matches and the price is acceptable.
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    Re: 2001 TC40D Rear Remotes

    Doing my saturday night web surfing and while searching ebay under "case ih dx" saw what looks to be your valves listed. Do some cross reference searching but it appears they are for the DX 40, twin...
  75. Re: Ordered the NEW KUBOTA electric powered TRACTOR FEL BH and RTV

    Is this a DRONE tractor???
  76. Re: Best attachment for turning a mountain field?

    If is that rocky, I would suggest the 5 or 7 shank spring loaded all purpose plow. Mr. Sweet has a number of them, 5, 7, and 9 shank. I think if you sprayed the area, let everything die and then...
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    Re: TC 40 fuel filter

    There should be a bleed valve on the top side of the injection pump, slotted hex head, which should bleed the filter and the fuel pump. Open it with the tractor off and wait for the solid stream. If...
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    Re: PTO clutch questions

    Just a suggestion, again, you need to break the clutch plate loose. If your snow blower has a shear bolt or slip clutch protection, you might try to jam it with a few rolled up newspapers, (jams mine...
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    Re: Where Are The Best Prices On New Trailers?

    Wondered if and where you found a trailer?
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    Re: PTO clutch questions

    Going back to the early 70's, we had a 1200 series DB. From what I remember, it had a 2 speed pto and a hand clutch on one side of the seat with a spring loaded release. I think the clutch was...
  81. Re: Use Tractor Hydraulics instead of PTO pump.

    Another consideration is contamination of your tractor's hytran fluid with the hydraulic fluid of the backhoe. Perhaps you are aware of the type of fluid in the backhoe and it is compatible with your...
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    Re: 3 point hitch one bottom plow

    Could it be a cat 0 plow and maybe a little small for your tractor and maybe a 10" share?
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    Re: Home MadeTractor Cab

    Check Northern Tool site and Amazon for golf cart covers. Let us know if you go that route and photos of it.
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    The welded top link is probably a modification I would have made to this flail mower. If you look at the 917 Ford flails, you fine tune the cutting height with the top link, longer cuts higher,...
  85. Thread: Leaf Removal

    by Halftrack
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    Re: Leaf Removal

    I tend a 3 acre lot in a wooded subdivision. In the past I have spent a day per weekend mulching leaves with a zero turn and a 25 horse compact with a 5' deck. The zero turn was used to blow leaves...
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    Re: New finish mower needed

    My neighbor had a 7' mower similar (not mentioning brands) to Daugen's with the solid tires and a very rough yard. After about 3 seasons of what I would call high speed mowing, the deck uprights were...
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    Re: Massey 1230 Glow Plug Indicator - Missing

    My guess is that someone replaced the wire coil, which is in series with the glow plugs, with the normally open switch. If it works, I would probably live with it and time you application of heating...
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    Re: Massey 1230 Glow Plug Indicator - Missing

    Let's try this again on the picture upload.

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    This is the factory set up and the black round indicator is the glow plug indicator where the wire coil glows when heated.
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    Re: Massey 1230 Glow Plug Indicator - Missing

    Sorry, unable to attach the photo.
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    Re: Massey 1230 Glow Plug Indicator - Missing

    Found a photo on line, courtesy Tractorhouse, and I stand corrected as to the color of the indicator. It is the black round device to the right of the turtle/hare sign on the dash. This dash is...
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    Re: Massey 1230 Glow Plug Indicator - Missing

    I can get a picture tomorrow and post it tomorrow night. As I recall, there is a round silver dollar sized indicator on the lower right side of the dash with a 1/4" hole in it. There is a wire coil...
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    Re: fertilizing before no till

    If it is a real honest to goodness no-till drill, it will go through whatever you got on the surface. It should also have multiple boxes, one for your oat seed and another for fertilizer. Check with...
  93. Re: Look at the tires on this YM1610D from Germany

    The 3 pt attachment is a European made flail pickup mower similar to our Mathews Company Lawn Genie design. After acquiring a 6 ft. lawn genie, I too found out that additional front ballast is...
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    Re: Snow and wind protection

    Go to NORTHERN TOOL and look at the golf cart weather enclosures. They were just discussed on a recent thread. Priced less than a 100. Let us know if you go that route.
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    Re: Pulling a 5300 LB lawn roller

    I thought the same thing when another pilot in the neighborhood suggested using a cultipacker on the runway. He had been using a smaller culti-mulcher (a row of cultipacker wheels, two rows of C...
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    Re: Pulling a 5300 LB lawn roller

    After 15 years of maintaining 4.5 acres of yard, 3 of which are a 1600' runway, I would like to say I have solved the rough yard/runway problem. I haven't!!! I agree with Stonehaller that you can...
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    Re: Pulling a 5300 LB lawn roller

    I don't think you will have any problems with this combination. If you are not sure, try it with a partial tank. When working the hills, be sure your 4wd is locked in, both up and down the hills, and...
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    Re: Power Rake build

    It appears from your pivot set up that you will have a very limited amount of angle capability with the rectangular hitch frame. Is this going to be a sufficient amount of angle for your intended...
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    Re: Snowblower PTO Shaft Source

    Could you replace one of the sliding shafts on the existing pto to come up with an adequate usable length? Some are simply pressed into the yoke and can be cut out and replaced. If you can do that,...
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    Re: New to me 2001 TC33D w/ 7308 FEL

    Here is a copy of the page from the manual concerning the adjustment of the 3 pt hitch linkage. I have posted it before but it has been a while. Hope it helps.

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