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    Re: Tree / Post Puller Type & Manufacturer?

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    I haven't had time to get back to the forum to post. I bought the Notch, and it is a beast. Works as advertised. I am not an expert on it yet. Different plants require...
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    Re: Tree / Post Puller Type & Manufacturer?

    Thanks guys. I was pretty sure it was a "skid steer" of some kind, but couldn't think of anything that fit. Seems like that happens more often as time goes by :rolleyes: Gary
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    Re: Tree / Post Puller Type & Manufacturer?

    I was thinking of the pipe idea. I've done that for trailer lights etc. I'm hoping the visibility is good enough that I won't need the cam. My credit card was charged this morning, so that is...
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    Re: Tree / Post Puller Type & Manufacturer?

    Thanks for your helpful input. Have you heard of anyone using a backup cam to get a view of an implement on a FEL ? I'm thinking for most of the work, I can "feel" my way on to the tree, but might...
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    Re: Paint..Orange vs. Orange 2

    Lotta water under the bridge since I posed the original question. I had problems with the new to me 8540 and traded it in for a new 7060hdc. Long story, I won't bore "yall". The new tractor came with...
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    Re: Tree / Post Puller Type & Manufacturer?

    I have been researching pullers for a long time. No doubt, the Intimidator is the Cadillac,,,the Notch is the Lincoln, so to speak.(sorry Lincoln owners).. I ordered the Notch this afternoon. It is...
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    Re: Paint..Orange vs. Orange 2

    I have seen those advertised, thanks for the "tip" (no pun intended) :laughing: Gary
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    Rotary Cutter Re: mower driveshaft shields chained or unchained

    You're right, I was exaggerating a bit. But if you HAVE to work near a spinning shaft, and there are safety devices available, then by all means, use them. I don't use chippers or winches, but I do...
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    Re: Paint..Orange vs. Orange 2

    Any suggestions on a HVLP setup? Gary
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    Re: Paint..Orange vs. Orange 2

    SO,,,how much does the OEM paint cost? I know the prices vary from region to region,,even from dealer to dealer.
    Just curious as to what folks are paying, so I can watch out for the "gougers". :) ...
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    Rotary Cutter Re: mower driveshaft shields chained or unchained

    Just don't go near it, don't even get off(or out) of the tractor with the pto engaged no matter what implement is in use. My tractor has an alarm that will damage your hearing if you open the cab...
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    Rotary Cutter Re: mower driveshaft shields chained or unchained

    Thanks JR, That's what I was thinking of doing,,but I may chain the one on the Pto shaft If I get into really high weeds and they start to wrap up on it. The ones on the gearboxes shouldn't have...
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    Paint..Orange vs. Orange 2

    Which Orange is used on a 2012 M8540HDC ? Sorry to bring up an old topic, but, I did search and found lots of posts on paint, but no answer to this question. Thanks Gary
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    Rotary Cutter Re: mower driveshaft shields chained or unchained

    Thanks Rick, my thoughts as well.
    I also agree whole heartedly with your "sign off" statement". You definitely have too much gun control up there.
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    Rotary Cutter mower driveshaft shields chained or unchained

    I recently bought a new 15' "batwing" shredder/mower. It has the Bondioli(sp) driveshaft shields with chains to attach to keep the shields from spinning. It looks to me like a good way to wear out...
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    DR TreeChopper in South Texas Huisatche

    Has anyone had any experience with the treechopper on huisatche in pastures damaged by hogs where the ground is not smooth like they show on the demo. I have some areas that are new growth about 1"...
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    Hesston 466 DT steering problem

    HI folks, I just signed up and I'm supposed to "post" somewhere. This may or may not be the appropriate place. If not, would someone please direct me to the right one.
    I posted this in the "Ag...
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    Hesston 466 DT steering problem

    HI folks, I just signed up and I'm supposed to "post" somewhere. This may or may not be the appropriate place. If not, would someone please direct me to the right one.
    I have a Hesston 466 DT(fiat)...
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