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    Re: Raking gravel driveway

    I agree with Welshman and FTG-05. My driveway is about 800' and I also do a neighbour's whose is about 1,000'. We both have a good base of 3/4"- gravel. I just do both driveways in the fall before...
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    Re: Pirahna Bar for CK3510SE?

    The bucket holes are for mounting it to the pallet for shipping. Rather than try to match up with the holes it is likely easier to drill new ones. I did that for my tooth bar using a step bit.
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    Re: Attachment for soil prep in rocky soils

    As others mentioned you need the right conditions for a rock bucket to work. Two of my neighbours tried clearing with rock buckets with no success. Our soil is glacial till with lots of vegetation. ...
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    Re: Ruby throats are on the move...

    Thanks for the reminder. It's good to know spring is on the way. As mentioned in this post:
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  5. Re: Just bought a L305DT - Looking for answers please!

    I had a 1981 L275DT with an Allied 195 loader. It was a great tractor that I traded in for my DK35 in 2011. The loader should be easily detachable. Lower the bucket with it flat on the ground and...
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    Re: 6010nx hard to get in mid gear

    The procedure in from my 2011 DK35SE HST operator's manual (see attached page) always works for me. The instruction is confusing--they say to depress the pedal slightly to prevent the gears rotating,...
  7. Re: Low/Neutral/Mid indicator light switch adjustment??

    Attached are some Service Manual pages showing how to set the Range Sensor. K0UA mentioned this in the thread referenced in my previous reply in this thread. I did not try to reset my range sensor...
  8. Re: Low/Neutral/Mid indicator light switch adjustment??

    Here is a link to a similar problem:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kioti-owning-operating/380247-need-help-dk40se-sensor-stuck-post4778972.html#post4778972

    I had the same trouble last July...
  9. Re: Adding a bathroom linen closet, where would you put the door?

    Would some type of roll-up door work?

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    Other ideas:

    roll up closet door | Roselawnlutheran
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    Chains Re: Tire Chains problems

    I got chains, tool, additional patterns, and all the parts at Western Equipment close to you on Waddington Drive. They build chains in the Prince George shop from using bulk patterns. They ship them...
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    Re: FEL/pallet forks as scaffolding

    I drilled holes through the forks webbing to run a round bar to support the ladder through the top rung. I lift the end of the ladder with a sling when changing positions. The bar extends through...
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    Re: Tire chains on B3200 with R4's?

    I've had similar low-clearance problems (front and back) with R4's on my DK35SE. My clearance problem is with the ROPS/fender support rather than the fender so the odd contact with it does not cause...
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    Chains Re: Tire Chains problems

    My actual experience was different. I originally tried 4-link ladders and they were ineffective for my 43x16-20 R4's. Most of the cross chains got lost in the tread. The DUO's solved that but were...
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    Chains Re: Tire Chains problems

    That is disappointing marsmand and I can relate to your fitting problems. I had similar issues with my DK35SE with industrial tires but finally got them to work as shown in this thread:
    ...
  15. Thread: snow chains

    by kco
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    Snow Equipment Buying/Pricing Re: snow chains

    Another place to look is Tire Chains-Best Snow Chains-TireChains.com which redirects to Tire Chains-Best Snow Chains-TireChains.com.
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    Re: Wood vs Pellet heat ???

    I don't want to get us off topic but....This might be a good excuse to try the Fiskars maul:

    Amazon.com : Fiskars Iso Core 8 lb Maul, 36 Inch : Garden & Outdoor

    The person who supplies my...
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    Re: Wood vs Pellet heat ???

    Thomas, you mention you have a wood furnace. Is it connected to a forced air duct system? If so, you might consider a furnace such as the Kuuma Vapor-Fire:

    The Best Wood Burning Furnaces In The...
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    Re: Cordless Operated Power Tools - Your Favorite

    I have DeWalt 20v 3/8" impact driver, 4 1/2" grinder, 6 1/2 circular saw, 1/2" impact wrench and 3/8" drill (which are listed in frequency of use). I only got the 3/8" impact driver and the 1/2"...
  19. Thread: Chains for snow

    by kco
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    Re: Chains for snow

    My Kioti DK35's tires are close to yours. If you are planning on ladder type as shown in your photo I recommend 2-link ladders rather than 4-link. I originally tried 4-link ladders on my R3 tires. ...
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    Re: Need help! Dk40se sensor stuck in Low

    Thanks, James. The operation of my indicator lights seems to suggest that something was misaligned in my linkage to the potentiometer for a while. I plan to see my dealer in the next couple of weeks...
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    Re: Need help! Dk40se sensor stuck in Low

    I realize this is an old thread but it appears a good one to add note my 2011 Kioti DK35SE HST's "Range Shift Selector". It looks like the name has changed to the "Stroke Sensor" assembly with a...
  22. Thread: Kioti name

    by kco
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    Buying Advice Re: Kioti name

    I've owned my DK35SE HST since March 2011. It now has 1,170 hours with no downtime. The contacts on the small start relay did burn out but I was able to bypass it with a jumper. The dealer helped me...
  23. Re: Hydraulic bleeder fitting? Or other hose pressure relief tricks?

    What works for me is a trick suggested by someone here on TractorByNet.

    After disconnecting the hose drain a small amount of oil. I drain about a teaspoon for each hose on my Kioti's loader. ...
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    Re: Time for Chainsaw Chaps

    I narrowly escaped serious injury in an incident similar to the OP's two weeks ago. Clearing medium brush for a path and chain made a 6" gash through both heavy canvas layers of my pants at...
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    Re: Daddy has a new bag!!! Tractor Work Platform

    I use a salvaged portion of my sundeck for a crude platform. Although far from "safety-approved" it is safer than working from a ladder.

    I use 1/2 of my extension ladder to access the platform. I...
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    Buying Advice Re: What Is Happening With Kioti?

    Except for a standard Bosch starter relay which took 5 minutes to replace last summer, I have had no problems Kioti DK35SE HST since I purchased it new in March 2011. I have over 1,100 hours on it....
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    Re: Bolt with "10" on the head

    It would be interesting to know why they worked their way out. Was it just on one side or on both sides? Perhaps they never were installed correctly.

    You might want to call a dealer to get the...
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    Re: Starting a Stove Fire

    I season my wood at least two years but still use birch bark for fire starter. Before bucking it up I run the chain saw the full length of the tree to score the bark. A few months later the bark has...
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    Re: Wood stove blow back causes? claims two lives

    I think there is a good chance it was a smoke explosion caused when he opened the door. I run a 35 year old RSF 101 furnace:

    Ardent Energy | Products

    which has a thermostatically controlled...
  30. Incredible, Fastest Maximum (147) Snooker Break 5 min, 21 sec

    It's not tractor related but amazing if you're interested in snooker.

    This came up as a YouTube suggested video for me although I had not to my knowledge viewed any snooker/pool videos.

    It is a...
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    Re: MK Martin SB75 Snowblower Upgrade

    There should be an idler sprocket mounted in a slot between the large and small auger sprockets. It is item #8 as shown on page 15 of the manual:
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    Re: Bent Brush Guard on NX

    It seems Kioti cheaped-out on the grill guard when they reworked the DK and NX product line. My 2011 DK35's grill guard:

    492412

    (ignoring the added expanded metal and bottom plate) made with...
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    Re: DK50SE HST Wouldn't Start

    Very nice clear explanation, James.

    Another way to check if the start relay is the problem is to switch it with the stop(fuel) relay. They are the identical small relays. The larger relay is the...
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    Snow Re: Pull behind snowblower

    The video was made by my dealer, airbiscuit, and it is the reason I bought an MK Martin pull type from him.
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    Snow Re: Pull behind snowblower

    An advantage of a pull-type over a front-mount and rear mount push-type is you can drag snow away from garages instead of pushing toward it, which is no doubt why commercial suburb operators like the...
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    Re: shear bolt revisited!!!!!!!

    My MK Martin 75" snowblower specifies different grades for bolts. The auger shear bolt is a 5/16" grade 2 while the Italian made Comer driveshaft which powers the blower and auger is a 10mm class...
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    Snow Re: Pull behind snowblower

    The MK Martin brochure here:

    http://mkmartin.ca/files/brochures/snow_equipment_2015.pdf

    says their 68" pull type weighs 671 pounds.

    I am also a fan of the pull-type blower. I have a MK...
  38. Re: Is there Anything to do to help the rough ride from Duo Grip Chains???

    cthorson32, I had the same concern with my DUO's and modified them to H-pattern as shown in this thread:
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  39. Thread: Rim Guard

    by kco
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    Re: Rim Guard

    My experience is similar to oosik's for the 5.5 years I have had Rim Guard. I had CaCl in a 9n and a Kubota L275DT before that and both had significant rim corrosion.

    Rim Guard was not well...
  40. Thread: Do I need chains?

    by kco
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    Re: Do I need chains?

    Chains give a significant improvement in traction on ice and snow.

    I have H-pattern chains on the front and rear of my DK35 SE. The rears are heavy chains (9 mm). The front chains for the...
  41. Re: Converting Cat 2 implemnt to Cat 1 (Lower Lift Arm Pins)

    These pins came with my snowblower that is Cat 2 and used as Cat 1 for my tractor:

    489731

    I temporarily used it on my flail mower but wanted to change the width of the lift arms so made these...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    JimCan, is buying a longer top link a possible solution? I had to do that for my flail because I use a Pat's Easy Hitch that moves implements 4" farther out from the tractor. The longest cat 1 top...
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    Re: Wheel Spacer: What brand and material?

    I got Bro-Tek for my Kioti DK35 front to make room for chains. Very good to deal with and quick service. I sent an inquiry to one other supplier in the US but did not receive a reply.
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Thank you for the reply Jack. I have been away for a couple of weeks and thus my late reply.

    Your information is valuable to show us how to evaluate and compare the quality of mowers. My mower and...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I appreciate your points on how to distinguish differences in quality Jack. I'm interested in your limits for balance rotor balance weights, and the reason for the limits. I suspect your comment...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I think the deck material will be the same thickness and the 6mm vs .250 is simply conversion rounding.

    Take a look at this thread for more information:
    ...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    It is 71" cutting width and 78" wide overall and has a hydraulic offset. It is similar to the Value-leader AG180 shown here:

    http://www.value-leader.com/71-flail-mulcher-ag180/

    I got it from a...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    This is a video I made while mowing the trail mentioned in this post:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/118882-lets-talk-flail-mowers-post4558728.html#post4558728

    in this thread.
    ...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I think you are right. I haven't seen vibration on the mower with the blades ranging from 1021 to 1060 grams. Regardless, it is not much work to grind the sets to within a few grams and it seems like...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Weighing is easy with my wife's digital kitchen scale which measures to the nearest 0.5 gram.

    I plan to adjust my new spare set by grinding the tops of the diagonal surface (shoulder?) running...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Hi, Keith: Re: hammer blades vs grass blades.

    I have limited experience with a 180cm heavy-duty fail with 16 140cm hammer blades. The setup cuts my lawn as well or perhaps better than my Buhler...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I have very limited experience and have only used hammer blades. They seem to work well for all conditions, including the lawn. However, I beat them up quite badly on my trails. I asked my vendor...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    That's the way my mower operates too, Dan. Sorry to hear the mower is not working for your conditions. I have limited experience but wonder if hammer-type blades would work better for the long...
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    Re: Chain fabrication help

    My DK35SE HST with R4's seems similar to yours Powerscol. I have just 2" clearance between the sidewall and ROPS frame running up the inside tire well. I had to keep the chains high on the tire to...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of using the slots or fixed hole for the top link? I was using the fixed hole until I saw this post and the answer in the next post recommending the slot...
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    Re: Power line safety procedures

    A valid point regarding stalling out the generator. However, the risk is more likely in rural areas where the tap in question may have few farms. There is no assurance that the utility's open switch...
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    Re: Power line safety procedures

    I think grounding de-energized lines before working is standard practice for all utilities. If there it is a fully grounded neutral it is usually acceptable to connect the three phase wires to the...
  58. Thread: Snow guards

    by kco
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    Re: Snow guards

    Good comments regarding the gutters. One of my neighbours lost all his gutters when he changed from asphalt shingles to a metal roof.

    This is a timely thread for me since I plan to install some...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Pat's Quick Hitch Question

    The set screws supplied are grade 5 3/8" bolts. I cannot remember the length supplied because I shortened mine. They are now 1.5 to 2" long. Some posters indicate problems with grade 5 bolts and...
  60. Thread: Good Bench Grinder

    by kco
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    Re: Good Bench Grinder

    I probably have the same "motor larger than the wheels", Taiwan grinder, Bruce. I got it in 1986 with a used workbench I purchased privately.

    It is starting to make quite a racket and I'm...
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    We have a 2015 Forester with the same lag you mention crabjoe. Reading the reviews before we bought, it seems like a built-in characteristic. It is mildly annoying and still surprises me if I have...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Hi again, Jack.

    The gear box is JCTT so perhaps that is not good, but then my DK35SE is only rated around 28 hp PTO. The four spare hammers I have look like they are cast and are 37.1, 36.8, 36.1...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Just read this post that came while I was writing my previous post. I don't have other photos now, especially of the rotor shaft but could take some another day when it is on the tractor. It is...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Thanks Jack. I weight one of the bare hammers without the bolt and it is 36 ounces or 2.25 lbs. I don't know what the bolt and nut add to that.

    They are substantial mowers. I was worried my...
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    Re: Power line safety procedures

    Was the powerline energized? If so, you got away lucky, or their was a good path through the tree to ground. There are MANY incidents with cranes and trucks contacting overhead lines and blowing...
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    Re: Power line safety procedures

    Even if you know a power line is de-energized and down, don't assume it will stay that way even if the power company has not repaired a downed line. Many people have generators now and some may not...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I wish I had read this thread a few days ago, Greenland South. I just bought an AG180. Price for the mower in Kelowna is $4,200 Cdn., including PTO shaft with clutch, 4 spare belts, 4 spare knives...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    This photo shows the garage and carport that I hand push the snow 4' (i.e. no lifting or shovelling) so I can get it with the pull-type and pull toward the place from where this photo was taken:
    ...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    I suppose different winter conditions and property configurations determine what works best for our situations.

    We get a fair amount of snow here in 1' or less dumps and none of it melts. There...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    The photos in this thread:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/snow-removal/328235-snow-fighting-decisions-loader-mounted-post3999750.html#post3999750

    suggests otherwise.

    That said, I do have...
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    Re: Cell Signal Boosters

    RedNeckGeek, is it possible the -93db to -118db you see is due to the phone switching from 3G to LTE? Here is a link to an article noting the difference:

    Industrial Networking Solutions Tips and...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: dk 55 3-pt hitch won't go up

    Another option to avoid deadheading the rear hydraulics is to remove the detent balls. Here is a link to a discussion which contains a link to instructions:
    ...
  73. Re: Keeping barbed wire fences tight?what痴 the secret?

    This is a variation on using spring tighteners.

    I used lengths of single strand polymer wire similar to this:

    Finish Line High Tensile Polymer Fencing | Finish Line Fence

    to make the...
  74. Thread: PTO shaft question

    by kco
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    Re: PTO shaft question

    It sort of depends on how long the shaft is for the tiller. I lucked-out for my brush mower and my finish mower because they are fairly far back from the tractor and had lots of overlap for the...
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    Re: Cell Signal Boosters

    Your situation sounds similar to mine, RedNeckGeek.

    Perhaps you should consider a separate service using a router rather than a cell phone plan. It looks like Verizon has them:

    Verizon 4G LTE...
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    Re: West Coast Logging History

    Thanks for the link Egon. I downloaded the video and will watch it later.

    A good book about BC logging is "Working in the Woods" by Ken Drushka. I bought a used copy on Amazon five years ago and...
  77. Thread: Bat in the House

    by kco
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    Re: Bat in the House

    We seem to get a bat once or twice each summer. We usually try Oosik's suggestion of simply opening doors. It often does not work because our house is an open 2-story type so they often go up to the...
  78. Thread: Cab or Open air??

    by kco
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    Re: Cab or Open air??

    If I had a cab I could not access over half the work I do now. I'd love a cab for winter snowblowing and mowing the pasture and wider trails, but I would not be able to mow my small walking paths. I...
  79. Thread: Cab or Open air??

    by kco
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    Re: Cab or Open air??

    If I had a cab I could not access over half the work I do now. I'd love a cab for winter snowblowing and mowing the pasture and wider trails, but I would not be able to mow my small walking paths. I...
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    Re: CT 235 Tire chain fit - need a bit of help

    I have the same model of tractor and tires as K0ua, and therefore the similar clearance issues. I think the rear tire clearance without chains is less than 2" on the sidewall and about 1/2" with...
  81. Thread: App test

    by kco
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    Re: App test

    Just installed Tapatalk. It seems to be working fine on my Galaxy Note 3. Photos also show up correctly.
    Thanks.


    Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk
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    Re: Server Upgrade Complete

    I have the same problem with the Android TBN app. It is the same on my Galaxy Note 3 phone and old Asus Transformer T170 tablet. The site works fine through the browser on both devices.
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    Re: 2 link vbar vs. expensive fancy chains?

    RedNeckRacin, we both modified our DUO's and discussed it in this thread:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/268885-duo-chains-planned-modifications.html?highlight=

    The modification...
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    Re: Keurig coffee maker warning.

    Yes, we use about a teaspoon in the rinse dispenser. It works far better than the commercial products. We were using a commercial "spot eliminator" that was not doing the job, thus the question to...
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    Re: Keurig coffee maker warning.

    A cleaning alternative to vinegar is to use ascorbic acid. We learned this years ago from our local appliance repair man. He was up repairing the stove and we mentioned the spots on glassware from...
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    Re: Electric wood splitter - anyone using one?

    I use a 5 ton splitter bought from Princess Auto in Canada in March 2007 for $288 cdn. They still sell it at $400 cdn:

    5 Ton Electric Log Splitter | Princess Auto

    448883

    I split 5 to 6 full...
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    Re: New privacy fence bowed down from wind

    Like Mace I also worked in the power industry for several years, much of it designing wood pole power lines. Depending on the soil types and conditions, we often had to do soil probes to determine...
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    Nice job, NewLight, and very creative. I also...

    Nice job, NewLight, and very creative.

    I also use the front end loader as a work platform. I agree there are risks but consider it less dangerous than trying to work from a ladder. I climb onto...
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    Re: Chains for Wet Heavy Snow

    I don't believe Princess Auto carries them. I got mine from Western Equipment in Vernon, the same outfit that supplied my chains. Western Equipment's price was much cheaper than CanadianChains.ca. I...
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    Re: Chains for Wet Heavy Snow

    The ride and traction are much better. Before the modification you could feel the chains slip and grab between the patterns. I bought a chain tool and it took a day or so to make the modifications. ...
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    Re: 3pt side mount bushhog

    I have not used one, but here is a link to another manufacturer:

    MK Martin | Axis Tool Arm
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    Re: Chains for Wet Heavy Snow

    tkcomer, it looks like your 15x19.5 R4's are similar to the 43x16x20 R4's on my DK35 (which I think translates to 16.9x20). I bought standard DUO's and was not happy with them. They were rough due...
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    I use the bottom third of a 30 gallon drum to...

    I use the bottom third of a 30 gallon drum to catch the hydraulic oil from my DK35SE. It fits under the tractor with a few inches of clearance and easily handles the volume.
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    Czechoslovakia is no more, but the Czech Republic...

    Czechoslovakia is no more, but the Czech Republic & Slovakia are both NATO members.
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    Re: Norton, Kaspersky or McAfee?

    I went with Internet Security package because I did not want, or was using alternatives for the Total Package.

    Contrary to jim44's difficulty in contacting Kaspersky I had no problem about 1 year...
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    Re: Norton, Kaspersky or McAfee?

    I switched to Kaspersky a few years ago and noticed a significant improvement in speed over McAfee. Here is a good website that led to my decision:

    AV-Comparatives Independent Tests of Anti-Virus...
  97. Thread: HST Filter

    by kco
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    This is the schedule I follow for my DK35.

    This is the schedule I follow for my DK35.
  98. Re: F.E.L failure and fatality......06/06/2015 Tennessee

    I'll try uploading it again:

    438225 438226

    The lift lock is #14b on the second picture. The lift lock for the DT275 with the Buhler 195 loader was important because the hood could not be...
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    Snow Attachments Re: Blower or plow. Which is best?

    I have only used a tractor rear blade before switching to a pull-type blower after several years. The pull-type blower is far quicker for my conditions and I never use the rear blade. In fact, my...
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    Re: Kioto dk40se electrical parts/issues

    If your 2009 is like my 2011 you should be able to pop out the switch. I often knocked mine out be accident until I cut off the turn signal lever as shown in this thread:

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