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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    I have several of these gates. Some have hinges slightly different than the others. So I don't know exactly the shape of your hinges. But I've fixed some of mine. There was enough open space between...
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    Re: Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    I have used it pretty extensively over the last week or two. The air should be out. It's not the ram I don't believe. It's just the loose fit on all of the pins, due to my fabrication techniques. I...
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    Re: Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    Yes sir, thanks to you! I was already shopping for a new, shorter cylinder until you made that suggestion. Good call, worked perfectly!

    The reason to add some bump-stops was not only for the sake...
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    Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    After much trial and error (more error) and a bunch of help from the fine members of TBN, I've nearly completed my grapple. It's not pretty, but its mostly functional. The only thing it lacks is...
  5. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Oh my, wonder what happened here. I stopped getting alerts on this thread for some reason. Thanks for all the helpful responses! I've got the grapple redone, and working pretty well. Its still...
  6. Re: Loss Of Power and Lots Of White/Grey Smoke On Mitsubishi 3 Cylinder Diesel

    When you guys are checking compression, where are you doing it from? I'm a diesel mechanic but I'm unfamiliar with these engines. Are you using a glow plug hole, or removing injector? If the injector...
  7. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Ah ha, no sir I didn't. I always use the Search button on the top row of controls. Its results are usually confusing and irrelevant. Thanks for the tip!
  8. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Thank you sir! I didn't even think of drilling the tube itself. I was envisioning using smaller pvc and putting T's on each end. I figured someone would already know what size PVC would accept a...
  9. Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    I remember seeing something somewhere instructing how to mock up a hydraulic cylinder using PVC pipe and fittings. I'm having to change up the design of my grapple for a different length of...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Well I appreciate it. I got lazy and just blunt cut everything. I'm thinking if I get the cylinder angle figured out and have time, I'll redo the brackets and round off all the edges
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Ok, don't laugh. My fab skills pale in comparison to everyone else's. It always starts out nice in my head but I quickly tire of grinding and measuring so I just "make it work".

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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Very nice ovrszd! I really like that setup. I didn't spend nearly as much time as you did. Mine is simple and quite ugly next to yours. Maybe one day I'll go back and redo it. For now I just...
  13. Re: newer bx not stopping when reverse pedal released

    This has been discussed here and there on the forum. I believe the smaller models have a much smaller pedal, and probably fits the foot better. On my particular model, the pedal is bigger and...
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    Re: Skid Steer post driver

    That's really cool. Maybe i need to build this instead of a post hole digger. Anybody from the Texas area or somewhere with hard dry soil use one of these? Its hard to imagine driving something blunt...
  15. Re: newer bx not stopping when reverse pedal released

    Interesting. Thanks, I'll check it out. I may still be using poor wording by saying it "sticks". Or maybe not, perhaps you know what I'm saying...

    Does your pedal not get "sluggish" in colder...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Xfaxman, great pictures, thanks very much! I have looked at alot of various setups, but haven't run across dimensional drawings like that. Thats great. I'll try to get some pics soon, my phone is...
  17. Re: newer bx not stopping when reverse pedal released

    I'm not familiar with your particular unit, but I think I'm gathering that its a hydrostatic? I have a kubota L3301 hydro with a foot rocker pedal, bought it brand new this summer. In the summer...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Heck yeah, thats perfect. Exactly what I want mine to do. I realized after I had welded up the tines that I put them directly in line with the rams, so I was figuring that was going to become a...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Got this straightened out. As stated, the tank port being blocked was the problem. I'm not sure why Baileys stated to put the PB plug into the tank port, obviously that was wrong. That caused me to...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Certainly will. I wasn't able to take any today. My phone has been broken fora few days. As soon as I get one I'll post some up
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Thanks for all the responses guys! I'm only using a single spool valve at the moment. When I wrote the first post, I only had 4 lines. 2 work ports, in, and PB. The valve came with 5 ports, the...
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    Re: Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Ok, I think I've figured out what's going on. I still don't know if its right or not, so input is definitely still welcome.

    I'm no hydro expert so I'm sure my terminology isn't correct. But to...
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    Help with valve and cylinder problem

    Hey guys, kinda in a pinch here. I'm hoping someone can shed some light. I've pre-ordered all of my parts to make a grapple on the front of my Kubota L3301. All is rigged up but when I push the...
  24. Re: Looking for advice on adding worklights to tractor

    As bright as these are, smaller probably wouldn't hurt too much. I live in rattlesnake and scorpion country, it's a big no no to walk around after dark. With this thing turned on, I'm not too...
  25. Re: Looking for advice on adding worklights to tractor

    In my opinion, the LED light bars are the only way to go. There are a few write-ups on here I believe. I purchased mine on ebay. Chinese knock-offs yes, but the real deal is several hundred bucks....
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    Re: Why are "newer" vehicles so hard to work on?

    CowboyRon, I certainly hope your truck is gasoline? If its diesel, you've got issues putting 4 pumps on it, haha. It has no transfer pump unless aftermarket, only a very expensive high pressure...
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    Re: Why are "newer" vehicles so hard to work on?

    Be glad your ford wasn't a few years newer! The 3 valve Tritons are much more of a nightmare. The plugs in your engine are known to blow out of the heads, taking the threads with them. So they...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    James, very much agreed about the multimeter curriculum. As with soldering, it is very handy information. But much more so. Have you ever used a power probe? They are a little pricey, so it depends...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    Usually a meter that will test home circuits will do automotive as well, but not always. It needs to be a multimeter with AC and DC. AC will have a symbol that looks like a single squiggly line. The...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    I agree 100% with this. I can solder. Quite well in fact. I do it every day as part of earning a living, it's hard to imagine not being able to. I don't mean this in a rude way to those that can't. I...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    On the topic of the harness assembly. I don't know about tractors. On vehicles, many models are made in sections for replacement purposes. Engine harness, dash harness, chassis harness, etc. ...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    Eh, I'm looking on a monitor that is not very clear. But I might venture to guess 18 gauge? It looks like there may be some that are a different size? It almost looks like even 3 sizes? Thats how...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    I had the same thought. I would bet money on it actually. It wouldn't make sense for Kubota to manufacture the harness or the cluster any other way. The only issue is i recall the OP stating his...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    I agree with pine. If your going to solder, that's actually a good way to nearly guarantee your getting a good joint if your a beginner. Use a pencil type iron. Touch the tip to your work. Next touch...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    I did leave something out... If your going to crimp, do yourself a huge favor. Don't use the cheapo crimp tool that comes with most wire sets. Use one that has the little tang to crimp into the...
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    Re: Rat Disaster. Need Electrical Help.

    Sorry to sound uninformed here. I read your entire first post and just skimmed all the rest so I didn't get all the replies, just trying to help. I'm limited on time and on my phone...
    Personally, I...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    That is not a wheel motor. I'm not near enough of an expert to tell you if it would hold up, but I can say its not the same. For the money, I'm going to aim for getting a wheel motor for sure...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Kinda what i was thinking. If i alter the search to just Hydraulic Motor, tons of results. But I have no clue if any of them will work. And they are still mostly around the $100-$150 range. Probably...
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    Re: Stoage in Kubota Canopy

    I think the main problem really is location. The size would probably be ok if it were just in a different spot. When turned around to watch what's happening with a rear implement or when backing up,...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Looks good! Any idea the specs on the motor you used?

    I was just browsing through ebay. There are a LOT of hydro motors on there. Not many of them are specified as wheel motors though. Visually...
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    Re: Stoage in Kubota Canopy

    Hmm, thats very intriguing! Not at all what I was hoping to see, but not because of you. Your pictures are perfect, thanks! Thats a good job by Kubota to keep it a clean install, but now I'm very...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    I understand what you mean. I'm planning to just leave my tractor in neutral to allow for the arc of my FEL downward travel and leave the rest of the slop alone. As far as the additional cost, it...
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    Re: Stoage in Kubota Canopy

    Be careful what kind you buy if you fabricate your own. I have bought some in the past for making an elevated drain tub (its complicated, just envision making a DIY barbque pit) using the stuff with...
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    Re: Iseki TL 2300 PTO seal

    Thanks very much for your response! I read through that list before I posted but didn't see his particular model number. Are you referring me for the parts lists or for the manuals? Or both? I...
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    Re: Stoage in Kubota Canopy

    Sorry, this picture looks horrible on my computer screen. By the time I link it on here it may be even worse. Not sure, I don't think I've ever posted a picture on the forums.

    Check these out...
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    Re: Stoage in Kubota Canopy

    I haven't gotten very far with my canopy yet but have been planning on building one myself out of aluminum diamond plate with the same sort of framework underneath, and a box of sorts dropping down...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    That's an excellent thought. I keep looking new, i never even thought to look used. The only downside would be having to look up manufacturer specs for each one i find to see if hydro and torque...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    A few questions about this UV system since several people now have mentioned it. Do you implement it before or after a storage tank if using one, as I am. Do you use it in conjunction with chlorine?...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Good call bob, I didn't catch that. I suppose your right. The Culligan man probably doesn't test very many systems that doesn't come back with results indicating some sort of filtering equipment...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Thanks Larry, that makes me feel better to hear someone claim to use such a small amount. I was beginning to think I was going crazy, everyone using such a large dose. I understand what most...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    I thought about a differential but it would make the unit much more cumbersome. I would like to make the unit compact. And I would also like to build it to pin onto a quick attach plate in such a...
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    Iseki TL 2300 PTO seal

    I borrowed a buddy's TL 2300 to use his post hole digger and when I was done the seal around the PTO output shaft was leaking a little bit. Does anyone have any literature that might indicate a part...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Thanks everyone for your input! This may be short, ill-worded, and full of typos, I'm on my phone.
    I was thinking the same thing about the wheel flange since they are so cheap. That taper and keyway...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Thats kind of funny. I had just clicked the link myself for that valve. It was still loading when I switched over to read your post. Great minds think alike I've always heard... I am reading...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Yes I agree, thats why I was trying to figure a way to chlorinate while it sat in the tank rather than just while it was traveling in the pipes. The tank has since been sealed up. That was part of...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    For sure! I enjoy building stuff that I can be proud of. And enjoy just as much sharing how I did it. I only hope I get to proceed with this fairly soon. It sucks that this will be the slowest of...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Hope I didn't misunderstand earlier about "clorox is clorox". I understand that is a brand name. I was only trying to point out that now there seems to be a difference in concentration, not between...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Great info, thanks for the help guys! I've got a nearly complete parts list I think. Now I'm just trying to decide about my valves. I have a real bad habit of going overboard, but I can't afford...
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    Re: Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    Yes sir, one of the very motors I was looking at. The only doubt that I had was that one is made to run a higher GPM. My Kubota is rated around 10, this one is 18. But on the flip side, I only...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Yes, I see how I could very easily treat the water going in and out on my particular setup. I was just thinking if anything somehow got into the tank, it might grow and multiply. I don't know how...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Unfortunately I believe thats not true anymore. Thats what I'm finding out now. Thats why the chart that I had is now incorrect and my dosage is way too strong. If I remember correctly, the old...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Gem, based on what you said, I would be very careful what you buy next time. Or maybe its me that needs to be careful, perhaps buy somewhere else. I poured half of what you did into 1100 gallons and...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Thanks Jim, I didn't realize that. The tank is black. I didn't realize that algae couldn't grow in it. Dumb question, is algae and bacteria the same when it comes to water safety? I know people can...
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    Question about hydraulic post hole digger

    I read an article or two a while back about a couple of DIYers building some front quick attach post hole diggers. I can't find the threads on them but I don't think it will matter because I seem to...
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    Re: Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Wow crash, that sounds like quite a setup having to feet 40 households. Glad I only have 1 to serve. Is he pouring 1 gallon in the tanks, or in the well? I'm using plain bleach as you say, but I...
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    Water storage treatment/filtration questions

    Hello all! I bought 10 acres in Texas 5 or so months ago. It had an existing well on it. The well is of unknown depth, quantity, quality, pump hp, age, etc. There was a black 1100 gallon storage...
  67. Re: Kubota L3301 (3200) Rear hydros and valve questions

    Again, not questioning you. If the correct way is to use the single unit with add on valves, I'll make it work. My only concern is i don't have allot of space between the seat and fender where i...
  68. Re: Kubota L3301 (3200) Rear hydros and valve questions

    I'm not questioning you on this by any means, you are certainly much more knowledgeable than me on it. For curiosity's sake, what happens when someone hooks this type of setup up with individual...
  69. Re: Kubota L3301 (3200) Rear hydros and valve questions

    Oops, I see now after rereading my post that i didn't word it correctly. Those valves are perfect I'm sure, thanks very much! When i originally said a single valve would be too expensive and too...
  70. Re: Kubota L3301 (3200) Rear hydros and valve questions

    Awesome, well said! So the 4th valve is the one in question. Detent motor spool valve. The detent then refers to it holding itself in place to keep the hydraulic motor (or backhoe) running?

    Also,...
  71. Kubota L3301 (3200) Rear hydros and valve questions

    Got another question guys. This may be obvious to some but I don't want to mess it up. I'm adding 3rd function to the front, I've got that all figured out. But that's using a valve with a power...
  72. Thread: Tier 4 info

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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Oh wow, that's awesome. Mine is not anywhere near that complicated. It has hours. That's it... lol. You have several models in your sig, which one are you referring to?
  73. Thread: Tier 4 info

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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Mine will regen on its own if conditions are right. If not, and it requires regen, that's when it turns the lights on and you have to perform the steps yourself. There is a second button on the dash,...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    I will be the first to admit, I have not done near enough reading in my owners manual. In fact, I'm not sure where it is at the moment... My dealer told me that a light would come on, mash this...
  75. Thread: Tier 4 info

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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Very good questions, I've wondered the exact same things myself. I can only answer a couple of them. On my L3301, I have 2 lights on the dash come on, blinking if I remember correctly. It took me...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    You've crushed my dreams...

    Just kidding. That is a very good point. Hopefully at some point I can afford the top filler material, and maybe even a pro to come in and level it. Then my inventions...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    I will look into all of that, thanks! Honestly, I'll have to google the terms to know what they are, haha. I'm VERY new to this stuff. I'm a city boy. I like to tinker and build stuff. I think it...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    I need to research this some more. Since this is my first tractor, I have no box blade experience. I just bought a small piece of property with about a 1000' road that has some rutted, low spots. ...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    Why does the box blade make the difference? You mean because of the jumpy hitch?
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    I will have to look back again, but I believe the literature on mine states tier 4 final. And no Def. But I wouldn't be surprised on the bigger machines. They found out quickly on trucks that they...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Harry,
    I'm sorry, I don't understand the first part of your information. What are your percentages referring to? Also, that's a pretty handy feature to monitor your temps. Either I missed...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    I haven't talked to them because up until now I thought it was probably somewhat normal. But now I'm thinking I should for good measure. I hope my kubota dealer is better than most other dealers I'm...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    I don't have allot to contribute here but I saw the thread title and figured I would check things out. I very recently purchased the L3301 with hydrostatic drive. It's the first tractor I've ever...
  84. Thread: Tier 4 info

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    Re: Tier 4 info

    I've cleaned the radiator many times. I'm not sure where the hydraulic cooler is, unless its in the heat exchange stack with the radiator. I've just now gotten with Messicks to determine which of...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Monroe, thanks, I feel better. Those are nearly exactly the numbers I've been running. I've found that heavy loading, the hydraulics seem to peak just at, or maybe even a little above the pto set...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    Interesting. It sounds like it's mostly just like the trucks I work on, except they are based on mileage instead of hours. I pull the dpf's all the time to have them baked. Only problem is on a...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    My apologies, I said 6 liters are unrelated. When I think of the tractor tier 4 subject, I think of the dpf. If you are including all emissions equipment, then yes, it is related. I'm too ignorant on...
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    Re: Tier 4 info

    6.0 powerstrokes are basically unrelated, they had an egr system and a catalytic converter much like a gasoline engine. 6.4's, on the other hand, did have a dpf system that are prone to failure but...
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    Re: Dodge Cummins Engine Concern

    Oh I see. I see that only every once in a while in my shop. I can always tell when a vehicle is from cold climates or coastal areas because of that. Either way, I don't have to worry too much. It's...
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    Re: Dodge Cummins Engine Concern

    Man, all you guys talking about rusted trucks. Makes me kinda thankful for living in west texas. No rust here. Of course, not a spot of rust because not a drop of rain...
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    Re: Dodge Cummins Engine Concern

    If it's listed as long bed, and the listing is correct, it's not mega cab. Unless it's had a lot of money spent on it. Long bed mega cabs weren't a factory option. There's a company that modifies...
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    Re: Dodge Cummins Engine Concern

    Agreed, great find! Fluids changed, check belt and hoses and you'll be golden. One possible concern might be if algae has grown in the fuel tank. This will likely be evident when you change the fuel...
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    Re: Why are "newer" vehicles so hard to work on?

    Sorry, I'm on my phone. Small screen. I must have missed a post. I saw you ask a question about if it was driveline related, or related to takeoff. Never saw an answer. I merely pointed out that most...
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    Re: Why are "newer" vehicles so hard to work on?

    First off, the clunking. The intermediate shaft will fix it. Its the most common complaint on the Silverados as far as the noise your talking about. If it is, in fact, related to take-off, like...
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    Actually I might. My best friend does real estate there. He's more into commercial now but I can check to see if he's still doing residential
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    As far as having to digest the info, I know I'm long winded. I'm not a good teacher I suppose, I have a difficult time creating a mental image from words. But I don't mind explaining (or trying to)...
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    Cool, I have friends there. I go to Killeen all the time. As far as the price, it depends on labor rates, machinists costs, etc. Going through my shop, in my area, with taxes and all, its closer...
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    Yep, already forgot 2 things at least:

    1) If you do an egr delete on this year model, you will get a check engine light. You can either live with the light, or get a programmer that still...
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    +1

    Look around the cap on your "degas bottle", the overflow where you put your coolant in. If there is water or crust around it, pull the heads. If not, and your not blowing white smoke, its up...
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    Re: 6.0 Power Stroke Questions

    What year model?
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