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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:
    ...
  12. 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...
  13. Thread: PTO shaft question

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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...
  16. Thread: Bat in the House

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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...
  17. Thread: Cab or Open air??

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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...
  18. Thread: Cab or Open air??

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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...
  20. Thread: App test

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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

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    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...
  36. Thread: HST Filter

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    This is the schedule I follow for my DK35.

    This is the schedule I follow for my DK35.
  37. 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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    Re: DK45SE HST Socket Question

    Yes, you want to be very careful not to strip the aluminum threads in the oil pan. I use a small crescent wrench made by Channellock that opens wide and has fairly narrow jaws. I find it easier to...
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    There are lots of bears where I live but they...

    There are lots of bears where I live but they seldom cause trouble. I feel safer here than on a big city street.
  42. Thread: windows 10

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    Re: windows 10

    I'll be watching this thread with interest since I plan to upgrade our computers to Windows 8 or 10 this winter.

    We are still using Windows Vista when we switched from NT 4 in January 2009. ...
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    I just replied so he would know some are reading...

    I just replied so he would know some are reading the thread.

    Perhaps one thing to try would be to change the configuration of the flexible pipe by tying it in a circle rather than leave it...
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    Re: DK40SE Squeal When Moving in Reverse.

    Same here....installing the kit fixed the squeal and there has been no sign of it in about 800 hours operating since the install.
  45. Re: F.E.L failure and fatality......06/06/2015 Tennessee

    Sorry to hear about the accident.

    I appreciate the Kubota dealer who installed the Buhler 195 loader on my second hand Kubota L275DT tractor 12 years ago. When he delivered it he took the time to...
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    I use a suggestion found on TBN. After...

    I use a suggestion found on TBN. After disconnecting the loader hoses I drain a out 1/2 teaspoon from the fittings. Usually oil only comes out of one or two.

    The resulting small air space makes...
  47. Thread: Bucket indicator

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    I lost the rod on my DK35's loader over a year...

    I lost the rod on my DK35's loader over a year ago. But when I did have it I used a file to rough the rod at the level mark and periodically marked it with a felt pen.
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    Re: Do hummingbird feeders work?

    My wife is in charge of our hummingbird food supply. She uses 4:1 water to sugar dissolved with hot (filtered but not treated) tap water, cools it, and stores it in the refrigerator. She says the...
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    Re: Tractor tire removal

    Another vote for calling a tire shop. I have done so a few times over the years. One time was just to move the loaded rear tires to a wider setting. I did not want to chance dropping one on...
  50. Re: pay as you go / no plan / type phones.. who's best?

    This does not apply to the US but for Canada the 7-11 Speakout prepaid is hard to beat. They charge $25 for 100 minutes with an expiry of 365 days. The per minute rate and text rate is also lower...
  51. Re: pay as you go / no plan / type phones.. who's best?

    This does not apply to the US but for Canada the 7-11 Speakout prepaid is hard to beat. They charge $25 for 100 minutes with and expiry of 365 days. The per minute rate and text rate is also lower...
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    Comparison If it is similar to when I was comparing the DK...

    If it is similar to when I was comparing the DK to the Lnn00 series the Kubota units do not come with standard quick attach on the loader. Perhaps that has changed now.
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    Re: The Great Grease Gun Coupler Showdown

    Here is a photo of the most difficult fitting, James:

    430882

    The loader mount blocks the fitting but the flexible hose and LnL make it fairly easy.
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    Re: The Great Grease Gun Coupler Showdown

    Thanks for the report and bringing another option to our attention, ovrszd. The LockNLube has worked great for me. Your comment #2 about having your fingers closer to the fitting to release the...
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    Re: Will a CK35HST run a 6 ft snowblower?

    I have no trouble with a Meteor 75" pull-type that is 29" high on my DK35SE HST which has the same PTO HP rating as your CK35. My snowblower weighs 748 lbs. The Inland looks like it would be...
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    Re: CK35 50 HR Service - Stuck Trans Filter

    An other option is Channellock filter pliers:

    https://www.channellock.com/original-tongue-groove.aspx?feature=oil-filter-pvc

    I have the 12" model which works well for all the filters on my...
  57. Re: Accident takes life of Fort Kent man trying to fell large tree

    We had a similar incident in our area April 24:

    Logging accident results in death - Vernon Morning Star

    There was no description as to how it happened.
  58. You might also change the fuel filter, and...

    You might also change the fuel filter, and perhaps take it to a repair shop if you have a good one nearby. I had a similar problem with my 028 a year ago. I messed with it until it finally showed no...
  59. The LocknLube will be too big to grease the...

    The LocknLube will be too big to grease the loader. At least that's what we found for my neighbour's CK27. It is still very handy for all other fittings. If your tractor is like most Kioti's you'll...
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    Re: DK40HST Won't Start.

    I think you meant to say parallel or suppression diode, K0ua. That's what I thought after reading your response mentioning the two diodes. My reading about suppression diodes said as you state, it...
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    Re: DK40HST Won't Start.

    Yes, thanks for letting us know Nick. I was going to answer your notification of the solution but wanted to study the circuit diagram to see if I could come up with an intelligent question. Of...
  62. Thread: Amazing Guitarist

    by kco
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    Re: Amazing Guitarist

    An old thread, but I remembered it last night when for some reason I thought of one of my favourite guitarists who toured with Gordon Lightfoot. It is not as dramatic as the previous videos in this...
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    Re: Tire stance adjustment

    It actually looks like the fill valves are on the inside now, so they'll be on the outside once the rims are adjusted to the wider stance.
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    Re: Carry All for Pallet Forks

    If I got one I would/might:

    --use it with weights as a counter-weight for the loader
    --add brackets for stake side panels to haul firewood, etc.
    OR
    --add a wood box with sides, built to...
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    Re: CK30 vs DK40 size....

    +1 for K0ua's comments, I also have a DK35. I went from a smaller, and much older Kubota L275DT and was concerned with the size and maneuverability. Although on paper the L275DT is supposed to have...
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    Try changing forces on the centre pivot by using...

    Try changing forces on the centre pivot by using the loader to slightly raise the front wheels.
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    Re: DK40SE Squeal When Moving in Reverse.

    Yes, due to the excellent work of Coyote Machine's, K0UA's and others' researching and documenting the solution in this thread it is an easy fix. You can easily do it yourself if you prefer to avoid...
  68. Thread: Why Kioti?

    by kco
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    Re: Why Kioti?

    Check out this site:

    The Forester | Les distributions Payeur

    http://payeur.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Dist-Payeur-BrochureWEB-EN-8-9.jpg
  69. Thread: Snowblower width

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    Snowblower Re: Snowblower width

    Another option is a pull-type which is cheaper than a front mount and lets you keep the loader.
  70. Re: DK35 Broken Firewall Bracket and Excellent Service

    This reply is over a year late. I was referencing this post in another thread and noticed VictorW's suggestion. My dealer is Timberstar tractor in Vernon BC. They give great service and seem to...
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    Re: How Many Hours on Your Kioti?

    My four year warranty expires at midnight tonight.

    833 hours and no issues. The only item addressed was the "squeal in reverse" issue. My dealer gave me the kit and I installed it, thanks to the...
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    Re: How Many Hours on Your Kioti?

    My four year warranty expires at midnight tonight.

    833 hours and no issues. The only item addressed was the "squeal in reverse" issue. My dealer gave me the kit and I installed it, thanks to the...
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    Re: kioti ck30 key location

    I ground the key off and also cut off the direction flasher lever as shown in this post:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/kioti-owning-operating/206080-my-dk35-modifications.html

    It is simple...
  74. Thread: Snowblower width

    by kco
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    Snowblower Re: Snowblower width

    Besides the power requirement, the CK20 would have a difficult time handling a 7' blower. A 7' would weigh around 1,000 pounds. The CK20's 3 point is rated for 1,100 pounds and the tractor weighs...
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    Re: How Many Hours on Your Kioti?

    I was having intermittent no-start problems with my 2011 DK35SE HST over 6 months last spring to fall. I finally gave the switch a good shot of Nexxtech contact and head cleaner (got it at The...
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    Re: Guinea fowl and a snake

    That is a great picture. I never had anything to do with guinea fowl until last Sunday. My dog and I went to visit the neighbour who has yet to move to their acreage. But he has some roosters and...
  77. Re: Replacement windows from big box store or lumber yard

    Thanks, Eddie. Yes, I was wondering if some options are good. I'm not sure what we got, but just one of the two panes had it, and it just works one way. We did not want windows like those ones in...
  78. Re: Replacement windows from big box store or lumber yard

    Can you just replace the glass?

    All the seals of our then 32-year old home were leaking when we moved in 11 years ago. They had moisture and dirt between the panes but the wood frames we good....
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    Re: Strange power failure at the house this morning.

    If it is like utilities I worked for in Manitoba and Alberta I think the utility will be responsible for the repair. They should own everything up to where your wires connect to the service wires...
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    Buying Advice Re: Better Tractor vs Better System

    Flienlow, Bro-tek's website is normally at:

    Bro-Tek: Tractor Add Ons

    ..but it is down for redesign for about one more week. You should be able to contact the owner, Richard, at...
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    Traction Re: Wheel Spacers for J2023H

    Another place to check is Bro-tec. I recently added spacers for the front of my Kioti DK35 with industrial tires as shown in these posts:
    ...
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    Re: Excavator 'house' Hows it work?

    I glad you asked the question, chopped. I was wondering about this a few days ago. Thanks to knowledgeable TBN users we now have the answer. Those are interesting videos explaining how it works.
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    Re: Counterfiet filters

    The DK's HST filter is the expensive one. The last I bought was $140 Cdn I believe. It is not like a normal filter. It is narrow but very heavy and made with thick steel. I think it operates at...
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    Re: Tire chains on DK35SE with cab

    I got my front spacers from Bro-Tec today. They fit great and solve my chain clearance concerns. CanadianChains.com would have let me return the chains for a 20% re-stock fee or exchange them for...
  85. Re: Slow Moving Vehicle triangle reflector sign used as driveway marker?

    I Googled it. Here is a link to the Ontario law:

    Slow-Moving Vehicle Sign

    416040

    The search also brought up a Wikipedia entry:

    Slow moving vehicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Re: NX5510 initial observations

    DeanFM, re: the difficult range selection. I often find my 2011 DK35SE is difficult to change the range. However, the operator's manual notes that can be expected and says to slightly depress the...
  87. Re: Slow Moving Vehicle triangle reflector sign used as driveway marker?

    I am another who appreciates cyclists who use strobes and high-reflective gear. Our rural roads have no shoulders and are popular with town cyclists. There are often groups of a dozen or so who go...
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    Re: Tire chains on DK35SE with cab

    Those hills do look challenging, James. I am always surprised when I see the winters people get in the south and east. The conditions look far more challenging than here.

    If you find the front...
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    Re: Tire chains on DK35SE with cab

    Sorry to hear about that James, but it is good not too much damage was done. I think spacers are almost a necessity for chains on a DK35SE with industrial tires. In a way, I'm glad I did not use...
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    Snowblower Re: MK Martin vs Lucknow snowblower on DK35 HST

    It was quite a challenge to get DUO's to fit without spacers, James.

    REAR CHAINS:

    I started with a much too large set which were exchanged for free and no shipping charge. I got the new chains...
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    Snowblower Re: MK Martin vs Lucknow snowblower on DK35 HST

    We are only a few miles from the highway so it is not that isolated. However, it is quite wild and natural except for the relatively small valley-bottom areas. Although we can get some snow it is...
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    Snowblower Re: MK Martin vs Lucknow snowblower on DK35 HST

    That was about the limit for the tractor heading forward. The grill guard was pushing snow the whole time and I cleared most of the neighbours' places on our road. However, one new neighbour moved...
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    Snowblower I got the 75" MK Martin Meteor pull-type with a...

    I got the 75" MK Martin Meteor pull-type with a hydraulic chute rotator. I could not be happier with it. My concern was the 27.5 PTO hp of my DK35SE HST, but my dealer assured me it would handle it....
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    Re: Could this be a Coyote..... Kioti sign???

    That might be dangerous for the dog, Eric. Coyotes can lure dogs back to a pack and kill them. I've taught our dogs to be wary and bark to keep them away.

    When our present dog was young there...
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    Re: Tire chains on DK35SE with cab

    I am posting to this thread since it relates to the original subject of fitting chains while working around the limited clearances of a DK35SE with R4's.

    REAR CHAINS:

    I think the safest and...
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    Snow Equipment Buying/Pricing Re: Best Blower for a 75HP Tractor?

    I also recommend a pull-type rear blower. I have a MK Martin Meteor 75" on my DK35SE HST. It is rated at only 27HP or so PTO but has no trouble with it. Your tractor can handle anything you'd want...
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    Welcome. Where are you in Manitoba? I grew up...

    Welcome.

    Where are you in Manitoba? I grew up in Portage and as a lineman for Manitoba Hydro worked in several areas.
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    Re: New pull type blower

    MK Martin Meteor pull-types offer a blade option:

    MK Martin | Pull Type Snowblowers

    I don't what they cost.
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    Front-End Loader Re: Need help adjusting FEL bucket on new Kioti!

    Right from the start I noticed my bucket's left side contacts a level floor a bit before the right side. That was 5 years/830 hours ago. I never measured it and it has not changed since, other than...
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    I think the booster pack will serve you well,...

    I think the booster pack will serve you well, GreatWhiteHunter. I bought Canadian Tire 800 amp one similar to this

    Motomaster Eliminator 800A Powerbox | Canadian Tire

    about 8 years ago I...
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