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    Re: Talk some sense into me please

    With only 13 acres, my guess is that you log less than 100 hours/year seat time on your tractor. In the summer, do your work in the morning before the heat shows up. In the winter, bundle up. Use the...
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    Re: Tractor Ownership - Interesting Article

    Looks to me like the article was slanted more toward the $500,000 ag tractors like the one shown at the top of the story.

    Don't know how applicable it is to my 2008 Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine,...
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    Re: Water well experts

    Forgot to add that the cost was $5500.
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    Re: Water well experts

    Here are some photos showing my well installation in May 2005.

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    Well is 154 feet deep. Pump is 1.5 hp at 120 ft. Water level in well was 53 ft. Well blew out...
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    Re: Buying through tractorhouse unseen...?

    I've bought six used tractors off Craigslist.
    1945 Oliver 60, 1948 Farmall Cub, 1949 JD B, 1951 Farmall Super A, 1951 Minneapols Moline BF, 1964 MF135 diesel.
    I looked at all of these but one...
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    Re: new Mahindra,new member

    Can't help you with the cab issue. Never owned a cab tractor.

    Are your tires loaded with fluid (antifreeze mix, Rimguard (aka beet juice))? That will help lower the tractor's center of gravity...
  7. Re: Nail Gun Issue - Building a Shed - tractor used to move lumber so it qualifies

    Get a replacement before the warranty runs out.

    I used a $80 6-in-1 framing nailer from Harbor Freight for 10 years to build a half-dozen sheds. That nailer never missed. Must have driven 10,000...
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    Re: moldboard plowing 4530

    That 3-16 plow is about the limit for your tractor. Load the tires front and rear and you'll be OK. In MN you'll need an anti-freeze mixture or Rimguard (beet juice).

    Good luck
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    Re: Comcast Banner Ad Problem

    Me too. It's a problem with that Comcast/Xfinity ad. Other ads that show up on the bottom of the page don't have the problem.
  10. Re: V-Belt Cross Reference For a MM Sickle Bar Mower

    You need to measure the sheave size on the pulley to determine what V-belt size to use. My guess is that it'll be B or C, probably B.
    ...
  11. Re: Pumping water from lake 100' below for sprinkler system

    That's the way to go. You can also pump water into a concrete cistern at night when power company rates are low. Then draw water out of the cistern any time you need to irrigate. That's the way the...
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    Re: What is the trick to smooth shifting?

    Had similar experience with my 2008 Mahindra 5525 that has partially synchronized gears (8F/2R). Just double clutched to get the gears synchronized and then eased the tranny into gear. Even after 6...
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    Re: Kubota/ other tractor in a small orchard?

    My trees are approx 8 feet apart: what kind of trees? How high off the ground are the lowest branches?

    My guess is that you probably don't want a tractor with wheel track greater that 4-5 ft wide...
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    Re: Brillion Cultipacker repair parts

    Try these guys

    Cultipacker Wheels-Replacement Parts-3 Point Hitch & Pull Behind - Hardacrefarm

    Good luck
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    Re: MF @)@ Won't run under load

    Did you check it in all gears forward and reverse?
  16. Buying Advice Re: Starting with 10 acres. Some clearing needed. plan is to have cattle and horse.

    I would hire the clearing work done. Trenches: rent a TLB and do it yourself.

    What's your tractor budget?

    For my 10 acres (flat, pasture) I bought a new 2008 Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine, 45 hp...
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    Re: Wireless Meat Thermometer

    Mine is a Williams Sonoma remote thermometer I got about 10 years ago. Works fine. Cost about $50 IIRC.
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    Re: tractor for maximum traction

    "A "properly ballasted" machine should still be able to have some wheel slip. Weighing a machine down to the point tires can not slip is not properly ballasted. If the machine can't break traction...
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    Re: Oliver 77 Industrial

    Nice old Oliver.

    I'd check those hydraulic hoses over thoroughly. A few look pretty old and worn. Also would replace those elbows on the backhoe control valve cluster. They look like common...
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    Rotary Cutter Re: Size of rotary cutter

    You'll be fine. YOur FEL weighs 1312 lb with the empty bucket. You can load the bucket with gravel if you need more balance weight.

    Good luck.
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    Re: Problem leveling 3-point equipment...

    I'd run two chains from the rear corners of the disc to the top of the hitch on the disc. Hook the disc to the tractor, move to level ground, lower the disc and then take the slack out of the chains....
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    Buying Advice Re: 57 mixed acreage

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun.:thumbsup:

    You can buy a new 6-ft brush hog for $1200. Used for half that price.

    For $13.5K you have a lot of options for used 50-60 hp tractors depending on how...
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    Re: Installing a window on corrugated tin

    Google "windows for corrugated metal". You'll find a lot of ways to do this.

    Good luck.
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    Re: Little baler do they make them

    Yes, you can buy small balers. But they are expensive new.

    Mini Hay Balers and Compact Hay Balers | Small Farm Innovators

    Mini Hay Balers and Compact Hay Balers | Small Farm Innovators

    My...
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    Re: I'm bummed with my so-called dealers

    M-series Kubota. Just make sure your local dealer has a decent service shop and a decent parts department.

    Good luck.
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    Re: Floor for pole barn?

    Use gravel over 6-mil plastic. I've done this several times with good results.

    Gravel floor in the bonsai garden.

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    Gravel floor in the equipment shed.

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  27. Re: Best Stain for "Barn Red" color and long lasting protection

    BTW: that Sherwin Williams red is applied to Hardiplank.
  28. Re: Best Stain for "Barn Red" color and long lasting protection

    I used Sherwin Williams barn red (or brick red) exterior paint on my house in 2005. It's the pretty good stuff ($55/gal IIRC)

    Here's what it looked like in Oct 2005 when the house was being...
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    Re: Which Garden Tractor to get Sears or husky

    You don't have to pay through the nose for a decent riding mower.

    In 2005 a bought a new Huskee 42" riding mower from Tractor Supply for $899. Made by MTD. Has the 18 hp B&S Intek engine.
    ...
  30. Thread: Wash it

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    Re: Wash it

    Looks to me like a business opportunity for drive through car wash owners. Install a drive-on vehicle lift in one of the bays so customers could power wash the salt off the bottom of their vehicle.
    ...
  31. Sickle Bar Re: Minneapolis Moline Model SO Sickle Bar Parts??

    For the common wear parts (sickle sections, rock guards with ledger plates) you can find what you need at Tractor Supply or equivalent. Take one of the old sections and guards with you to make sure...
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    Re: Nervous New Buyer Looking at a Farm Pro

    Forgot to welcome you to TBN. Join the fun:thumbsup:

    I assume you have looked at the TBN forum on Chinese tractors. Looks like there are many threads there on Jinma tractors, which are the same as...
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    Re: Drill Bits - Need some help and advice

    Same here :thumbsup:
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    Re: Nervous New Buyer Looking at a Farm Pro

    Here's a little Farm Pro history

    TractorData.com - Farm Pro tractors sorted by model

    I'd check out parts availability first and then go from there.

    Good luck
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    Re: Limitations of a Mahindra 3616 backhoe?

    Hi Brandi.

    No problem setting the 1200 gallon septic tank in the hole when you have the right equipment on the delivery truck. Cost is included in the delivery.

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  36. Re: Cost to build 3,000 square foot single story home on my land

    My 1800 sq ft house cost about $70/sq ft in 2005. Double wide manufactured house on a permanent foundation with 24" crawl space. 3BR, 2 full baths, LR, DR, country kitchen, office, laundry room, big...
  37. Re: Could Someone Please Help Me Identify This Sickle Bar Mower?

    Sicklebar sections (the triangular knives) and the rock guards (the pointy things that protect the sections) have been standardized since day one. Measure the size of the sections and guards on that...
  38. Re: Could Someone Please Help Me Identify This Sickle Bar Mower?

    Could be a Minneapolis Moline model SO side mount sicklebar mower. It definitely isn't a 3-point hitch mower or a towed sicklebar.
    ...
  39. Re: Start Up Procedure for MF35? Been Sitting 4yrs

    Pull the plugs, put it in 1st gear and check for a stuck engine by pushing on the rear wheels forward and backward. If the tractor moves, the engine is not stuck. Clean the plugs and do the things...
  40. Thread: mahindra 5530

    by flusher
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    Re: mahindra 5530

    The Mahindra website has the MSRP for that 5530 you're looking at (I assume we're talking new, not used). Add $5K for the loader and go from there.

    As a for instance, I bought a new Mahindra 5525...
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    Re: Flipping tractors?

    Most 8Ns that sell below $1K have nearly worn out engines, clutches and transmissions. Not worth restoring and flipping. You might do a rattle can restoration and see if you can find a tractor newby...
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    Re: Which type, then brand of framing nailer?

    I used one of those Harbor Freight 6-in-1 frame nailers for a half dozen construction projects around my 10 acre place. Must have driven 10,000 nails over 10 years using that $70 tool with no...
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    Planters Re: Need help Identifiying MF grain drill

    It might be an MF 33 or 43. These drills have the pair of trip clutches like yours.


    https://www.proxibid.com/asp/LotDetail.asp?ahid=6120&aid=90621&lid=23353070#topleft

    Good luck.
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    Flail Mower Re: Flail Mower in place of brush hog?

    No problem for a flail mower. Just be sure you walk that field and pick up any old fence wire. You don't want that wrapped around your mower shaft.

    Good luck
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    Re: MF135 Oil pan Gasket

    What kind of oil is coming out of the weep hole--engine or transmission or both?
    Could be a leaking rear main crankshaft seal or a transmission shaft seal. If so you'll have to split the tractor to...
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    Re: MF135 Oil pan Gasket

    What kind of oil is coming out of the weep hole--engine or transmission or both?
    Could be a leaking rear main crankshaft seal or a transmission shaft seal. If so you'll have to split the tractor to...
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    Re: Short video of my Ford Golden Jubilee

    That's a keeper. It'll last another 60 years.

    I like those old straddle tractors like your Jubilee, the 8N and my 1964 MF135 diesel.

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    They're more stable on slopes...
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    Buying Advice Re: What size tractor is right for me?

    Something like the Kubota M59 would be my choice.

    Good luck
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    Re: Want to put up a shop..

    That's a 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF wide front high crop tractor. That photo was taken a few years ago. The restoration was pretty much completed late last year. That tractor along with all my other...
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    Re: Want to put up a shop..

    My 24x42 ft steel shop building cost $16K when I had it built in 2005. Includes two 10x10 ft roll up doors, 1 man door, one window, 12 ft tall walls.

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    Concrete floor (6"...
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    Re: food plot and soil improvement.

    How deep is your topsoil? If it's 8" or less, I'd use an offset disc (two axles in a V-configuration) instead of a moldboard plow for primary tillage and a tandem disc (4 axles in an X-configuration)...
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    Re: How high to set rotary mower?

    Walk your property and locate the large stuff. The weeds on my property when I first bought it were 3-4 ft tall. I found at least a dozen steel T-posts, several tires/rims, lengths of barbed wire,...
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    Re: my "my first tractor" thread (B series)

    Glow plug light--I'd wait 5-10 seconds in cold weather before starting.

    Idling after startup--yes in cold weather. Not that important in hot weather.

    Idling before shutdown--it's advisable to...
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    Buying Advice Re: CUT sizing advice

    With a $15K budget, I'd look for a used Kubota BX24 and use the backhoe to dig out all the stumps that you'll have to remove. Working by yourself it's going to take months to remove all those tall...
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    Re: Welding a Yanmar block. HELP

    I welded a flange that had broken completely off of the block on my 1948 Farmall Cub. Used a Hobart LX Stickmate welder and Super Missile rod (1/8" dia, DC+, 100 amps).

    You need to grind a V to...
  56. Re: Newbie buying a NEW tractor- UT or CUT, that is the question

    4WD, hydrostatic tranny, 60 hp (pto) minimum, low center of gravity and wide wheel track for stability on your hilly, uneven ground.

    IMHO your biggest concern should be tractor safety and...
  57. Thread: mf 35 or 135

    by flusher
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    Comparison Re: mf 35 or 135

    Check the battery tray. The tag for my 1964 MF135 diesel is located on the right side of that tray. YOu have to remove the air filter housing to see it.

    Good luck.
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    Re: drill your own well?

    Greedy user: don't have to be greedy users, just have desperate folks as neighbors.

    My 10 acre place in Tehama County, CA (120 miles North of Sacramento) that I used to own is surrounded by...
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    Buying Advice Re: Dilemma - equipment needs for new house

    Option #1 is the way to go.

    When my house was built in 2005 on my 10 acre place, I bought a Huskee riding mower (MTD made, from Tractor Supply, $899 floor model) with a 42" deck. Used it for 10...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buy it or leave it

    $4250 is a good price for that 135 plus implements.
    I paid $3600 for my 1964 MF135 diesel Deluxe in 2006 with no implements in the deal.
    Rear tires: I'd look for used tires first, then new ones if...
  61. Re: Yanmar 2210 BD capable of pulling small baler? Like 315 new holland?

    You're correct. The ORC has to be on the baler to protect the pto shaft and the tractor transmission while the baler flywheel is spinning down. The slip clutch is needed in case something jams in the...
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    Traction Re: Would you operate on this hill?

    B and BX series Kubotas are fairly tippy. I nearly rolled my 2005 B7510HST (hydrostatic tranny, 4WD) while scooping dirt with the FEL. The right front wheel dropped into a wheel rut and I had to...
  63. Re: Yanmar 2210 BD capable of pulling small baler? Like 315 new holland?

    YOu need a tractor with a 2-stage clutch and a baler that has both a slip clutch and an overrunning clutch (aka sprag clutch). My Massey Ferguson 124 baler is similar to that NH315 and had both...
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    Re: 8 f.LED shop light verses Fluorescents?

    My 24x42 ft shop (12 ft walls) was built 10 years ago. I used 4-ft dual fluorescent fixtures (Lithonia from Home Depot) initially. Got tired of replacing the ballasts every few years so I went to the...
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    Maybe. But IMHO 18th century Voltaire was referring specifically to the religious wars of the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe which were Christian-on-Christian bloodbaths.
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    Maybe. But IMHO 18th century Voltaire was referring specifically to the religious wars of the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe which were Christian-on-Christian bloodbaths.
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    Re: What is your favorite Quote or Saying?

    If I can convince you to believe absurdities, I can persuade you to commit atrocities.

    Voltaire (paraphrase)
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    Re: Household Septic System

    I recently sold my ranch and had to get the septic tank pumped per CA escrow regulations. Here are a few photos showing that process.

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    The tank was installed in...
  69. Thread: mf 35 or 135

    by flusher
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    Comparison Re: mf 35 or 135

    The MF135 Special and Deluxe both have the 6F/2R tranny. The Multipower option is available for the Deluxe (12F/4R).

    Differential lock only on the Deluxe model.

    Steering--Deluxe comes with...
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    Re: Whats this planter worth?

    A few years ago I bought a refurbished 2-row JD 71 Flexiplanter for $1000. So my guess is $500 per row.

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    Good luck.
  71. Re: Can I change the axle on a MF 135 vineyard to a standard width?

    Just guessing. But I'd think you need to replace the two axle assemblies (axle shaft and trumpet housing). Here's a view of the rear axles on my 1964 MF135 diesel.

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    I'd suspect that...
  72. Thread: mf 35 or 135

    by flusher
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    Comparison Re: mf 35 or 135

    The 135 is the successor to the 35. Both are good tractors. I had a 1964 MF135 diesel with the Multipower transmission. Without MP the transmission is 6F/2R. With MP 12F/4R.

    You can fix the carb...
  73. Tiller Re: Thinking of working my 9 acres to plant with my 4120

    For 9 acres, you're in the used implement market. I'd look for a 2-14 plow, a 6-7 ft wide tandem disc with 18-20" dia pans. Fabricate a DIY drag using a section of chain link fence and tow chains to...
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    Re: looking at a mahindra, ?'s on size

    Lifting 2000 lb to 4 ft height--I'd opt for a tractor with an oversized loader, say 3000 lb. My Mahindra 5525 had an ML250 FEL with 6-ft wide bucket and 2950 lb lift at the pins to 10.5 ft height. I...
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    Re: Splitting tractor MF35

    Google "Massey Ferguson 35 parts" and start there. I've bought parts for my MF135 diesel from Steiner

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    Call them if you can't find what you want on their website. If...
  76. Re: Stick-welded today, and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it!

    Nice looking welds.
    I use a $30 pneumatic needle scaler from Harbor Freight to clean up my stick welds. Less damage to the weld compared to hammering the scale off.
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    Re: searching for used tractor for sale

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun:thumbsup:

    I mowed weeds along about 1/4 mile of fence line on my 10-acre place using a Huskee lawn mower with 42" wide deck. Bought it new in 2005 for $899 (it was a...
  78. Re: 3pt doesn't stay raised after engine is shut off

    My 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF tractor has a DA hyd cylinder on the 3pt. Also my 1951 Farmall Super A which has been retrofitted with a 3pt that has a DA hyd cylinder.
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    Re: Weather forcing people to move?

    In the CA Central Valley, weather (aka extreme drought) is causing some folks to sell the farm and move. In my area the growers have been cut off completely from state and federal irrigation water...
  80. Re: Anybody use Napa hydraulic oils in Mahindra?

    For my 2008 Mahindra 5525 my dealer recommended any decent quality fluid that meets the John Deere 303 spec. So I use Tractor Supply Traveller universal tractor hydraulic fluid. The 303 spec is an...
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    Re: Mr. Spock - RIP

    I'm still misty eyed about his passing. However, it's comforting to know he's in a better place now (eternal reruns).
  82. Re: Mahindra 4110 Throws Rod -- Repair Help Needed Please

    Got any pictures of that cracked block? It might be repairable if the crack hasn't messed up the cooling passages in the block.

    I had a flange break completely off on the front part of the block...
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    Re: Disc size guess?

    I bought an old 14 ft wheel disc for $600. Made by Krause. Cut the axles down to make a 9-ft wide disc that I pulled with my Mahindra 5525 (55 hp engine). Worked like a charm in my soil.
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  84. Buying Advice Re: Total Newbies have no clue what size tractor to get?

    You need a CUT (compact utility tractor) 30-35 hp engine, hydrostatic tranny, power steering, dual hydraulic rear remotes, FEL with 5 or 6-ft wide bucket, ag tires. I'd get the FEL with the skid...
  85. Re: How do you store your attachments? Stacking options?

    Get a wide carport, say 20' wide by 25-30' long with covered sides. Orient it so you don't get a lot of wind-driven rain inside the structure. That way you would have room for at least 4 implements....
  86. Thread: John Deere 50

    by flusher
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    Re: John Deere 50

    Compression ratio for the all-fuel JD 50 is 5.35:1, i.e. 80 psi. So you have one cylinder running about 25% low on compression. If it runs bargain the seller down to $1600.
    Good luck
  87. Re: Newb here with a vintage Towner disc harrow

    You saw my Towner offset disc in a few of the threads that were posted earlier in this thread. It's not meant to be transported from one field to another very easily. I just park it at the edge of my...
  88. Re: newer riding mower vs. older Bolens or Allis Chalmers Garden Tractor - HELP!!

    In 2007 I bought a medium tube frame Bolens GT1453 with 42" deck and rototiller for $600 off craigslist. It has the 14 hp Tecumseh engine.

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    I used it for 5 years before the engine...
  89. Re: How important is spelling and punctuation to you?

    My gripe is the run-on paragraphs--1000+ words in a single paragraph--that show up so frequently on TBN. These eye tests I just ignore even if it's on an interesting topic. Not going to waste time on...
  90. Re: Newb here with a vintage Towner disc harrow

    This might help.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/195052-towner-fl93-offset-disc-help.html
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    Re: 1936 oliver hart parr row crop

    You might find what you want here. I bought parts from them for my 1945 Oliver 60 row crop.

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    Enjoy your Ollie 70 and good luck on the restoration.
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    Re: Mahindra: Nothing but problems

    Hi Dave:

    Straddle tractor--cool. Nice to see that you're going to handle those DF orchard/vineyard tractors.

    My old 1964 MF135 diesel is an ideal straddle tractor for orchard work. It's lo-pro...
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    Re: Weight of filled tires

    What's the tire size?
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    Re: What to do with my pastures

    If you decide to go the subsoiler route, I'd recommend a single-shank heavy duty parabolic SS like the one manufactured by Dirt Dog. There are other manufacturers.
    ...
  95. Re: Online Selling Practices - Craigslist etc. Rant!

    Over the past 10 years I bought 6 tractors on CL for my collection(1964 MF135 diesel, 1951 Minneapolis Moline BF, 1951 Farmall Super A, 1948 Farmall Cub, 1945 Oliver 60, 1949 JD B). No problem with...
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    Re: Cheapest way to add rear remotes?

    It's a nice setup if you have flat top fenders. However, my only complaint is that I'd like another 3/4 to 1" separation between the quick disconnects so I can get a better grip on the QD slide...
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    Re: Cheapest way to add rear remotes?

    They are Pioneer QDs that have pintle style valves. I replaced two of them with the JD type QDs that have ball style valves since several of my implements had this type QD. I like the JD type since...
  98. Buying Advice Re: Mahindra 3016 vs. Mahindra eMax vs something else? Vineyards and large lawn

    Many tractor dealers with work with you to configure a tractor with low center of gravity. My tractor dealer, Dave's Tractors in Red Bluff CA, has reconfigured new 30-40 hp Mahindra tractors...
  99. Buying Advice Re: Mahindra 3016 vs. Mahindra eMax vs something else? Vineyards and large lawn

    Super nice property. You did good:thumbsup:

    Those slopes are pretty sporty so think hard about tractor safety. It's not difficult to roll a tractor if it's center of gravity is too high for the...
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    Re: Massey Fergsuon 135 Perkins AD3 152

    Welcome to TBN. Join the fun:thumbsup:

    The last MF135 was built in 1975 so your new tractor is 40-50 years old. Not surprising that you see debris in the sediment bowl. One of the first things I...
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