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    Re: Diesel UTV horsepower

    The EPA does in fact set engine exhaust emissions limits based on engine power bands. Google EPA - it's there.
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    Re: Any news on gas engine CUTS?

    uh, Mr. B&D....I am a Mechanical Engineer with 30 years in the industry designing the things.
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    Re: Safety issue with my new JD1025R

    tobac -

    I will 2nd arlen4720 to recommend you see member PSRumors for custom seat springs for Deere 1000 Series. Only $35 for the pair, simple to replace, and they work great. Many satisfied...
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    Re: Diesel UTV horsepower

    You are correct. EPA nonroad (mobile off highway) compression ignition engine emission regulations are broken up into power bands. The more stringent regulations affect the bands that produce the...
  5. Re: Blizzard 2015 What I Learned about LED Lights

    Thanks for field report, Tractor Tom.

    I installed a winter cab over the holidays, and couldn't decide whether to install incandescent or LED cab lights. So I ordered both. The LED's were...
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    Re: Ecoboost question for DP

    All this takes is more & more $$$$$$$$$$ to create these science fair engines. What about reliability, durability, and the ability of the average guy (since there is little middle class left) to...
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    Re: Ecoboost question for DP

    heck the big Cummins boost to 60 psig
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    Re: Any news on gas engine CUTS?

    And they sucked fuel like pigs! Johnny Poppers had 6.25 inch diameter bores....that's where the 'pop' came from - surface area! You can't run the cylinder pressure up on 'em like you can on a...
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    Re: Compact Diesel trucks that we can't get here

    Have you all see these Nissan / Cummins update from the 2015 North American Auto Show?

    Cummins Engines

    2016 Nissan TITAN XD makes world debut at North American International Auto Show - Nissan...
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    Ta Da!!

    Got the Original Cab Co. softside cab and installed over the holidays........

    404884
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    Re: JD 1026R Light Flasher Relay Location?

    Thanks, patchnball. Over winter work break we're gonna look for it. Will try turning flashers on & listening for it - I suspect the 1000 Series will have flasher located in same spot, under the...
  12. Re: Do you regularly start your diesel tractor as maintenance?

    Quick answer: no. From an engineer for a major diesel engine manufacturer, the worst thing you can do is start diesel engines & run for short periods under no loads. Such treatment will promote...
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    Re: Winter Blend Diesel Availability?

    I thought Magic Mouse Milk was the answer? :rolleyes:

    Stores start posting Oct. 15 as the cutover date to blended fuel here, but I'm with you guys - who the heck knows when/what you're getting? ...
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    Re: JD 1026R Light Flasher Relay Location?

    yeah, I know but I don't hear anything! doesn't help i'm half (mostly?) deaf!

    p.s. - yes I know not with the engine running :duh:
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    Re: JD 1026R Light Flasher Relay Location?

    Yeah, but after years of working on vehicles I've never had to search for a light flasher before!!! They were always under the dashboard or in the fuse block. So this irritates me.

    Yes, I'm too...
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    JD 1026R Light Flasher Relay Location?

    Does anyone know where Deere hid the Warning Light Flasher Relay? :confused: I want to replace with a low amp trigger flasher & upgrade lights to LED.

    I looked around and could not find it. It...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    I hear ya, cowpie1. I just wish we could make an informed decision is all.

    The engineer in me makes me all OCD about it. ;)
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    Re: suppose i sell my rops

    My foldable catches on some lower tree limbs while mowing, so I cut off the tree limbs! :rolleyes:

    I wouldn't feel safe without the ROPS on and up for loader work. Nor would I sell without it.
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Yes - IF you don't run in ambient temperature above 90 degrees. If you do, then go to 15W-40.

    This thread was meant as a marketing rant, not generic engine oil advice, btw, but happy to reply...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    I respectfully disagree, based on my experience. The base stock of the lubricating oil is the critical component to determine how well the machine elements are lubricated (antiwear), and contributes...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Check out this link from Shell website --> Shell Creates Motor Oil From Natural Gas - United States

    I wonder how close their Gas-to-Liquid (GTL) process is from creating PAO? And.....how...
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    Re: Tractor heater?

    I'm going to try the 300W electric from Curtis Cabs.

    My engine (diesel) doesn't heat up a lot in the winter, and I have to remove my cab for summer (low-hanging brush & branches - too much too...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    This leads me to wonder what SOPUS 'synthetic' Group III base stock actually is (chemically)? In fact, one would think it would be more expensive to polymerize methane (natural gas) into a base...
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    Re: New John Deere 1026 owner

    I had the Deere Dealer install it when I bought the tractor as it was springtime. I told him I didn't want to bag grass anymore, and he said the new mulcher on the 1000 series worked really good, as...
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    Henri88 - I like your cab! Is that a Curtis softside?
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    beenthere - I know...I didn't take it the wrong way. In our area there are lots of tractors/ATVs/Trucks with plows. Most of the associated properties have very long driveways leading to houses...
  27. Thread: Winter Prep

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    Re: Winter Prep

    OK, that helps. Assuming this is an indirect injection engine (like most small diesels are), you definitely need to cycle your glow plugs, preferably twice before hitting the starter.

    You also...
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    Yup - but not if'n ya got large, wide expanses like I got to blow - you end up with narrower & narrower banks & multiple passes.
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Thanks for soothing my itch, fellow tribologists.

    I would ask nova3930........PAO also satisfies Group III definition. So what allows PAO to be labeled PAO?

    It seems Group III base stocks...
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    Google OriginalCab & you'll get the website. There is only one model, if I recall right. OriginalCab Co. only makes softside cabs for those of us that need to remove for the summer and are not...
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    Re: Cabs for JD 1023/5/6 Series Tractors

    I can't take it anymore!

    After a month of 10 degree F below average temperature, nonstop wind, and higher than average snow, I ordered an Original Cab with lights, bells, whistles, etc.

    That &...
  32. Thread: Winter Prep

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    Re: Winter Prep

    MoPops,

    What is the coldest your tractor is exposed when starting? This determines to what extent, and how much cold starting aids a diesel engine needs: glow plug cycle time, blended fuel %,...
  33. Re: I have an idea on improving the seat suspension on a 1026R

    see psrumors - he will fix you up
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    I hear ya, cowpie1, but (1) how do we know what the base stocks actually are for any given synthetic oil marketer and, (2) how can SOPUS/Shell/Pennzoil claim their synthetic base stock is 'made from...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    The Society of Tribologists published the following API Base Stock Group definition table, so I am repeating here. Otherwise got to pay API $125 for the full standard (API 1509)........

    No doubt...
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    Re: New John Deere 1026 owner

    Congratulations! The snowblower is amazing - no more slowing down to feed it so a gasoline engine won't stall! Also you can run a mulching mower for the same reason.

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: France getting rid of diesel cars.

    I read a news story some months ago that said the smog in Paris was due to high NOx from diesel vehicles. They only recently phased in Euro III emissions which adds the SCR to remove NOx from...
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    Re: Reminder - Cost of Ownership of Gas vs Diesel

    My first pickup had a Cummins 6BT5.9 in it. My current pickup has a 5.7L HEMI in it. Seems like the right choice for the times, unfortunately.

    Uses more fuel & produces more CO2. Just to have...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    I'm no expert either, it's just an interesting phenomenon. Your theory sounds plausible - of course the longer valve train to the exterior head side would have to have looser cold clearance to make...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Can't see how HEMI configuration would contribute to valve train ticking? Valve orientation transverse across block instead of longitudinal means longer pushrods. That's about it, right?
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Well, I tried Shell (Pennzoil) Platinum for the first time in my vehicles. I saw reports on BITOG that the cleanliness is better and the infamous Chrysler/Dodge HEMI engine 'tick' is damped. From...
  42. Re: seat mod springs???

    What did you want to do to your chute?
  43. Re: New Tractor Today - Now to Figure it all out

    Yeah, if I only would have known, I wouldn't have been so cheap!!! As it stands, after many hours of thrown wrenches, cussing, cuts and bruises, we got the thing together last winter. This year it...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Thought the main additive supplier in U.S. was Lubrizol? Or did they get bought out by a mega-corp like everybody else?
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    Oil & Fuel Re: synthetic oil

    Mike - I wasn't being literal.....suspected OP wanted to know if he could use Syn 5W-40 in place of 15W40 mineral, and the answer is yes of course - it is a better oil.

    I spent years in the field...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: synthetic oil

    Yes - many threads on this on Oil/Fuel/Lubricants Forum...............
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    Re: The Cold Came.....

    More entertainment - the lastest post from wifey.............

    "I have a tupperware bowl covering it -- it will stay there until one of you comes home to kill and dispose of it!"

    This from a...
  48. Re: New Tractor Today - Now to Figure it all out

    Look at that - it even drives on the ceiling! :cool2:

    Congrats - you'll love it. Now for that winter cab............:eek:


    P.S. - if you bought the snowblower in the box, post back for a...
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    Re: The Cold Came.....

    This is timely.

    Wifey just texted a few minutes ago *eek! * :eek:

    She was greeted by a mouse in the living room, with the two dogs asleep at the switch!

    :laughing:
  50. Re: show us a picture of your cab tractor if the manufacturer were asking what would

    Coming soon...........

    399096


    What would I add/change? My boys available to put it together for me!
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    Mil talk is interesting, but I'd rather talk fuel additives this time of year, jus' sayin'. ;)

    Filled the 6 gal portajug with light blended fuel this weekend, chart stated -10F gel point. I keep...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Thanks, cowpie1.

    There are a number of BITOG forum gang that go for Walmart house brand synthetic (Super Tech) for same reasons you state (no sponsor markups), I think some of them did OCI...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Thanks, cowpie1.

    There are a number of BITOG forum gang that go for Walmart house brand synthetic (Super Tech) for same reasons you state (no sponsor markups), I think some of them did OCI...
  54. Re: Coolant Change - Best Replacement Coolant to Use for CK and DK

    Spanky, even though I own a Deere, I was thinking about the same thing.

    Deere of course counsels to use a heavy duty coolant like their own brand, but my Yanmar engine doesn't have wet cylinder...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    That I do not know - but - I doubt it from what I read in BITOG forum. I googled PAO Motor Oils and all I got back was some weird specialty chemical company outfits for app. 2x the price being...
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    Re: Put my Chains on Today

    I am soooo happy not to need chains anymore now that I have a 4WD tractor with turf tires!! (don't go into woods much) Thanks to TBN counseling. Then again, I'm not retired yet and don't have the...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Thanks 3930dave - I was hoping you'd weigh in.
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Sorry, not familiar with those. For diesels the blogosphere seems to stay with Mobil 1 Turbodiesel 5W-40, Shell Rotella T6. Some have access to Mobil Delvac 1 (HD trucks) & Delo as well. Visit...
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    Re: Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    Yeah, I know. Just a frustrated perfectionist/excellence rant. Thanks for listening. :rolleyes:
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    398531

    Here - have a look at this lovely sample of diesel fuel around the U.S. Note the widely varying lubricity provided from the pump fuels. Same with cetane level, etc.

    Sorry, this...
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    Cummins does not make small, indirect injection, low pressure injection, mechanically-governed diesel engines. There are important differences. Small tractor engines like ours are more sensitive to...
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    Synthetic Engine Oil Base Stocks

    I was re-educating myself on the sorry state of synthetic engine oil base stocks last week. Since SAE got out of the 'synthetic' definition business, and Exxon bought Mobil (1998), it seems the race...
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    Re: Drove the new Ford F150 2.7 Ecoboost

    I guess I knew about that, and still don't get how/why. The diesel too heavy for the '1/2' ton suspension?
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    Re: Drove the new Ford F150 2.7 Ecoboost

    DB -

    I know you started thread to provide impressions of 2.7L EB test drive (thanks), but say more about why you think the Nissan Titan / Cummins 5.0L V8 is a better package than Ram / Fiat 3.0L...
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    HS - 'best' only in terms of increasing lubricity. Not good in terms of fuel storage life and gelling temp. The higher the temp the shorter the fuel storage life - that should be a concern in TX...
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    Yes it's still true - they put out the bare minimum cetane they can get away with, and lubricity is still below EMA's recommendation of 460 mm max scar on 4 ball wear test (they will only admit to...
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    I would ask a different question - what would untreated biodiesel do to a tier 4 engine? And how can you tell how long the fuel has been stored when you get it?

    I do know that biodiesel...
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    Re: Favorite Diesel Fuel Additives

    Diesel Fuel: OptiLube XPD for winter, OptiLube Summer+ for summer.
    Gasoline (stored longer than 1 mo.): Stabil.

    State of Minnesota forces diesel fuel suppliers to blend biodiesel, so a lubricity...
  69. Re: We had about 40" of wet heavy snow for Veteran's Day

    Well, at least you don't get the cold up there in the Yoop. :rolleyes:

    12.5 inches here in the Siberia of the Americas. *sigh*
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    Re: I did it! Bought a X758 today

    61554,

    I predict you will soon move from looking for reassurance to being aggravated with yourself for agonizing over getting it - because you will love it so much you will wonder how you lived...
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    Re: R-4's: new vs old style

    Wow, they sure look closer to R1's than R4's to me. Like Gary said, they look to be more aggressive in loose material.
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    Thanks for update, Ralph.

    I have 250 hours on mine in a year and a half.
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    Ralph,

    I took the plunge this weekend and changed fuel filters. I also found Deere put the fuel transfer pump inbetween the little 5 micron fuel filter and the large 20 micron (?) fuel filter. ...
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    I envy you retired guys! :irked: I've got a few years to go yet.
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    Also agree with Dave & George. In cold climes, it is really the wind that gets you - it not only makes you colder quicker, but it swirls snow (from snowblowers) back into your face! Talk about...
  76. Re: Am I better off getting a 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton pickup, for uses described?

    Agree - I have 1/2 ton Ram with Hemi 5.7L for exactly the type of use OP describes. Reasonable enough mileage, torque when needed for trailer pulling. Plus nice ride/handling when dead-heading.
    ...
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    You got that right! After 11 years with my L&G Tractor with a winter FEMCO cab, I upgraded to Deere SCUT and put off a cab for a year. I felt like I was gonna die last winter without a cab, even...
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    Re: Ordered new JD

    Congratulations on your new machine! The turf tires work better than industrial tires in the snow. Many posters prefer them as they act more like a siped tire with many biting surfaces.

    I...
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    Re: It's a sad day

    Stuff happens sometimes, and as the wizers above note, you might be happier with newer equipment. Or if finances are a concern, there is a large market of used tractors out there from those of us...
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    Re: Winter's coming FAST

    We had hard freeze last night in Central Minnesota. I'm not ready yet - we didn't have a spring this year.

    I need a cab! :cold:
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    yeah, threads tend to wander to similar-to stuff. This is all related to the 50 hour recommended maintenance. We've established the small pre-fuel filter is critical to change at a regular...
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    Ralph,

    Not that it matters that much, but the suction screen on my 1026R had quite a bit of metal particles on it @ 50 hour service interval. I washed them off in the drain hydraulic oil, taking...
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    Good point - I forgot about the fuel pump. Seems the critical filter to change regularly (due to upstream importance & small capacity) is the most difficult to get to. Good thing the filter...
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    Re: Diesel Fuel Lubricity And Additives

    We (USA) have the best government that money can buy off.
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    Re: Diesel Fuel Lubricity And Additives

    +1 :thumbsup:

    Even with small diesel engines like ours that don't have High Pressure Common Rail fuel injection, fuel quality & stability is still important. I don't want to find my machine going...
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    Re: Underneath fuel filter on 1023/1025

    Time to change the fuel filters @ 200 hours :irked:.

    I was on Deere's online parts catalogue & read about the small pre-fuel filter. The stated purpose for the small micron fuel filter ahead of...
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    Re: Diesel Fuel Lubricity And Additives

    Yup - up north, biodiesel gels quicker. Minnesota mandates blending 10% bio until October. Truckers complained about excessive gelling last winter (colder than normal) despite fuel line heaters.
    ...
  88. Re: Couple value checks...1026R and 4200 with FEL

    kennyd, thanks, but my dealer told me the 1025r had a DPF, that is where I got my information and one of the reasons I bought the last model year 1026R while it was still available. That's all I...
  89. Re: Couple value checks...1026R and 4200 with FEL

    I'd go with the 1026R if you are going to primarily mow later. You can rent equipment for the short term stuff.

    The 1026R has more torque and power than the 1025, and no DPF (exhaust filter), and...
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    Re: 50 hour service: 1023 or 1025 or 1026

    Update: we just changed hydrostat oil @ 205 hours run time. The suction screen appeared clean this time - no metal shavings like there was @ the 50 hour break-in oil change.

    fyi..........
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    Re: Why Gas Guzzlers Are Still Going Strong

    If only the EPA hadn't messed around with the compression ignition (read: diesel) engine emissions so much. *sigh*

    thermal efficiency and energy-dense fuel is the name of the game. And some...
  92. Re: I have an idea on improving the seat suspension on a 1026R

    Yet another satisfied customer.....hats off to PsRumors for a great fix!

    Now I can spend more quality seat-time w/o a creaky back. :D
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    Re: Best John Deere Dealer: Do They Exist ?

    Seems like we're saying a number of us find the opposite to be true in the Deere Dealer network - the local, family-owned guy seems best to deal with, not the mega-giant with 9000 series combines.
    ...
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    Comparison Re: 72D Autoconnect weight VS 7-Iron

    I believe the "7 iron" is stamped from 7 gauge thick sheet steel, and the autoconnect is the conventional 10 gauge thick sheet steel.

    If memory serves, when Deere announced the "7 iron" series...
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    Re: Torque wrench size for use on teactor

    Mike et. al.,

    Amazon (or elsewhere, I presume) has a pretty good torque wrench that is designed by Snap-On, and half made by Snap-On, half made in Taiwan (the head), assembled in USA. I bought...
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    Mowing Re: 1026R Wheel Spacers?

    Deere 100 Series SCUT Owners:

    More good news - Richard @ Bro-Tek confirms he has the correct, metric installation hardware available now, for his Deere 1000 Series Tractor rear wheel spacers. Go...
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    Re: Cantankerous Old Men's Association

    It's not so much being cantankerous, as there are so many that annoy me!!

    :grumpy:
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    Re: Fix that double post? Act quickly!

    Double post just happened to me too, Old Grind.

    We're not senile. (yet :confused2:)
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    Re: Best John Deere Dealer: Do They Exist ?

    My Dealer is very good, but his service area is local. It seems Deere has so many dealers they don't cross much into big, regional or national Dealer model like Kubota & other brands do.

    Deere is...
  100. Mowing Re: Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later..... and today it was my time

    It is amazing how invasive these European invaders have become. I was looking at the addresses of all the posters - even Australia!

    I like the idea of a permie-cab, but I got too many woods &...
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