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    Re: Crud: litter of raccoons

    Pete; I'd say the situation is in capable hands.
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Deep sump maybe??
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    The production of the well can be different volumes from different levels. When pumping only 10 GPM the pumping level may never get deeper than say 300'. But when pumping 20 GPM the pumping level may...
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Idle time damage is dependant on the quality of water the pump sits in.

    The flow rate is whatever the pump will produce at static water level. The amount should be determined by actual measurement...
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    The downhole pump is attached to the tubing. The rope is a back up device so things don't fall into the sump. The rope can also be used to pull pump and tubing.
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    The air line is for testing water depth via air pressure in the line. It is not for adding air.

    Bubbler.
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    Re: What size wood stove?

    Don't new houses have to have a fresh air makeup system?
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    It is all about how much work the pump is doing. Increasing the amount of flow means more work has been done.

    Increasing outlet pressure to reduce flow does not apply to positive displacement...
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    Re: Need to Plow Land for Planting

    Go with a roto tiller. It will do you a quicker faster job.

    Plough requires another implement to break up the turned sod.
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    Re: What size wood stove?

    The insurance company may not approve of a non certified barrel stove.
  11. Re: Question about water pressure drop and how to recover?

    The simplest, as mentioned, crank up the pressures. If that does not work try a large pressure tank at the trailer. It must have an air bladder and check valve at the inlet to prevent baclflow.
    ...
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    Re: What size wood stove?

    Actually the mixing of water and fire is quite well established.
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    Re: Yet another woodworking question.

    Looking good. Don't think drawers would be very difficult for you.

    one question; anything to keep the shelves from tipping forward?
  14. Thread: Sawmill

    by Egon
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    Re: Sawmill

    I very much enjoy the cutting of logs a then the planing of the boards. It's like you said---addictive.

    Really like watching and smelling the planer shavings.
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    Re: Tie Rod Dust Cap Question...

    Tire tube. Duct tape. Heavy rubber electrical tape.
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    Re: What size wood stove?

    Lots of ways to place the exchanger. It does not even have to be in the firebox. The tempering tank would be the logical way to set it up.
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    Re: SHOCK! My tractors are teenagers!

    Wait till they have boyfriends!
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Your downhole pump is submerged. Positive suction head.
  19. Thread: Sawmill

    by Egon
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    Re: Sawmill

    Works nice!
  20. Re: Rear turf tires, is there a down side to running front ag tires on a 4x4

    Chances are turf's will give better traction in the winter on packed or icy conditions.
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Teejk, torque arrestors.
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    Re: What size wood stove?

    As mentioned.

    Consider putting a heating coil in the stove that ties in with the In floor system. For circulation use a 12 volt pump that can run off batteries in those cases power is out.
  23. Re: Why do they call it a six shooter when you only have five fingers?

    The Duke had one that never needed reloading!
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Once the pump is installed the rate you will get is only what the pump can manage under those conditions.
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    The 8 & 9 N's do not do well in snow. With chains they are a a little better.
  26. Buying Advice Re: Considering Power Trac: Slopes and other questions

    For the steep areas another consideration.
    http://youtu.be/ZSCMWWPNaqw
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    Re: Ideas on Stripped Bolt Hole ???

    Sounds good.
  28. Re: DO I have a rod in my power steering cylinder???

    Google up some cylinder images till you get to one that looks like yours.

    Hydraulic cylinders usually need something that moves to transfer pressures.
  29. Thread: Tail Light

    by Egon
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    Re: Tail Light

    Good idea.

    My tractor has problem lights on the ROP's with broken lenses. Might try the same.
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    Going to the sun road in Glacier park Montana. It's usually June something before the road gets opened for summer.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    The load is applied at the center of the bearings.

    Dawg had a good run. Now maybe I'll count the new sand grains in the car.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Talking to the Dawg sounded good so I did. She said stop this nonsense and let's go for a beach walk. Smart Dawg!
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    Re: Kubota B7100 Overhauled now will not run

    Boys oh boys, what a conundrum. At this point alli can do is offer encouragement.

    Probably the only factor on the oil cooler would be pressure rating. With size there should be room to attach...
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    Re: Gravel Driveway Do-Over Advice

    Will the road slope away from the timber's?
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Well that's where the challange portion comes in. Got to thinking about one side of the axle assembly. Namely, inner race, outer race with the weight being applied between the two. Then the axle with...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    Ahh - haa, some relevant information. Thank you.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Egon, after reading other post's, you may be right on the total load but the internal forces comment may indicate your physic's acumen is challenged! As such I'd disregard most of your comment! You...
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    What, no snow west of the Great Lakes or Newfoundland??
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Sorry, two cantilevered beams. There is no continuity for one beam. The axle housing has independent forces acting within it.
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    The photos are not from Scotland but about equal distance the other way in Montana.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Think you'd have to make that several cantilered beams with fixed ends.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    The total load stays the same. The internal bearing forces will change.
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    Re: Where's the older users

    Oh to be 50 again. Using a body that works!
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    Here's some Folk that may be able to answere snow moving questions! Heck they even use a hoe.

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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    Folks, it's summertime, time to do some fishing.
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    Re: Buckwheat and yellow clover

    Yes. First thing to do.

    fresh turned sod isn't the best for planting in.
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    Re: How much trailer do I need?

    Twenty foot 10K trailer with brakes.
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    Re: I think I have screwed up on my Gravel Drive

    Fines can be mixed in. Make sure the fines are also properly graded for compaction.

    To mix existing with fines an angled blade(grader) can roll windrows of the materials back and forth. This will...
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    Re: Retiling Shower Floor

    If you remove the Slate you might as well just build a new shower.

    Prying off the delaminated slate and use of schluter products (ditr, cloth) you may be able to work in a nice tile floor.
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    Re: Binders and chains

    You betcha. Some folks got golf carts. Others have a tractor!

    Have to get the fire stump on the fire platform.

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    Re: Binders and chains

    Live twenty miles from the beach. Take the tractor out to an inland woodlot and add confusion to the locality.
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    Re: I think I have screwed up on my Gravel Drive

    The rock in hand is pretty well equal sized with no fines. It will not compact well. Check out Google for pictures of gravel.

    A site showing some gravel types.
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  53. Thread: air compressor

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    Re: air compressor

    Define how much air on continuous service is required and then go shopping.
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    Re: Binders and chains

    Ratchets binders and chains.
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    Re: Yet another woodworking question.

    Haven't used a non carbide blade for almost fourty years!
    Lot's of other things I didn't mention.


    http://justsawblades.com/ten/choosing_the_right_blade.htmld

    This fellow may also have not...
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    Re: JD 4100 front axle

    Maybe get all the wheels off the ground and check it.
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    Re: Ever wonder how a radial engine works?

    My first plane ride was in a DC 6 with four radial engines.
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    Re: Yet another woodworking question.

    Saw blades, #teeth, kerf width, hook angle and type of saw all come together.

    Suggest a neutral hook medium kerf 80 or so tooth blade. If expensive go narrow kerf.

    Depending on your saw you...
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    Re: HEMI Under Glass.....

    Yousers.
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    Re: Kubota B7100 Overhauled now will not run

    The should would help but leave that till the coolant flow is solved. If no flow thru the complete engine it will be pull head again time and determine if it is the head or block.

    The previous...
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    Re: Kubota B7100 Overhauled now will not run

    With no water pump or thermostat you should be able to flush water both ways thru the engine and radiator.
    Hopefully a Flush either way may indicate a problem area. Just curious, have any frost...
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    Re: Kubota B7100 Overhauled now will not run

    Post twenty.
  63. Re: There are no effective portable air conditioners??

    With one of these you may be able to quieter the fan and get cool air.


    http://youtu.be/ITtlxjvLQis
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    Dirt Moving Re: Ploughing with a compact tractor

    Prior to deep tillage check with your local agricultural advisor. There are times it's not desirable due to soil type and layering. Mixing the soil layers may also not be beneficial.

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    Re: Need Advice on Smoothing Field

    If you want a really smooth ride it's cultivation or adding dirt.

    Cultivation will take a little time as the sod must dry out and be broken up. A roto tiller will work well for this. If multiple...
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    Dirt Moving Re: Ploughing with a compact tractor

    How much your tractor can pull depends on the weight/traction it has. To do a proper job ploughing sod the proper mouldboards should be used. After the sod's been turned when breaking it down be...
  67. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    No - no, don't burn. Roll around in some sand, saw dust, loose dirt to sorta encapsulate and save them for the grease occurrence. Or for those times the company is less than appreciated!
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    Re: Is it time for a gasoline engine tractor?

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    550 Ft. Lb's. Per sec. Sure sounds familiar. But that just ain't the case north of 49 in the here and now. I no longer know what it is. On some of the metric quantities comprehension never...
  69. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    Grease has a natural affinity for all those places it becomes an unwanted product. If old dirty coveralls or overhauls are worn the situation becomes quite acceptable as grease will go unoticed.
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    Didn't say it would be variable. Water all stays inside of pump casing.
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    Rotor = rotating impeller
    Stator = fixed internal between each stage

    These parts are in the pump, not the motor.

    Some terms do get interchanged.
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    Nope. Call it an inline two way bypass.
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    Re: how important is slope on laser levil

    Many lines have been layed with a spirit level and knowing where to put the bubble on the cross line.
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    If the present pump has too large a flow rate holes drilled in the stators/rotors will reduce the rate.

    Also works well to eliminate vapour lock if the ground aquifer also produces gas.
  75. Re: Calculating Cantilever Load Limits - Rule of Thumb?

    Empirical test. Stand on the ground, put a rope on it and try and lift yourself. When you get to the breaking point cut the distance in half and use that as a working point.
  76. Thread: effluent pump

    by Egon
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    Re: effluent pump

    The weep hole plugging might just be the problem.

    Checking start up amp draw might be a way of telling??
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    Re: Deep Rock Hydra Drill

    One could use a screen system to eliminate the shovelling. It may also help to use a piece of say six feet by eight inch casing to start the well in. This could even be increase to about twenty...
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    Re: I think I have screwed up on my Gravel Drive

    Information on building and maintaining gravel roads. It may be interesting. Lots of pictures which I like. Shows how a grader blade works which is interesting. Just a tad different than a box blade....
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    Re: About To Drill Well - Have Some Questions

    The pipe costs seem low but I'm not familiar with your costs.

    Just for information on a fixed pump the diameter of the stages will influence the volume. The number of stages the pressure. Your...
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    Re: Deep Rock Hydra Drill

    Down pressure may just be the weight of the drill stem. Note the motor size and how much rotation force it may be able to supply. In softer ground it may be possible to stick the bit if it goes...
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    Re: How to rid Coyote's

    Want to keep the coyotes at bay; bring in a wolf pack!
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    Re: I think I have screwed up on my Gravel Drive

    The angular fractured rock does compact better but for proper compaction the sise of the material must be graduated from fine to coarse. If it's not you will not get proper compaction. Take a sample...
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    Re: Need a cheap small pump for used oil

    Well for cheap if being intrinsically safe is not an issue one of those inexpensive electric hand drill pumps would serve you well. Probaly cost twenty bucks or less. Attach it to a battery...
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    Re: buried my 2 bottom plow

    Bottle jack and blocking with a long handled spade.
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    Re: Stacking loose hay???

    The farmhand's mounted on a 1 1/2 ton chassis were very nice. Those combined with a stack mover still seem like one of the easier ways to put up hay.

    Many folks used a vertical bared gate to...
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    Re: Found this today, what is it

    Those pictures really change things.
  87. Thread: Seriously?

    by Egon
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    Re: Seriously?

    Ever follow the path of the cloth used to wipe the table top???
  88. Thread: Diesel Additive

    by Egon
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    Re: Diesel Additive

    Recall some years back when we had an abnormally warm winter that changed overnight into -30C. Temperatures. There were a lot of transport trucks sitting along the highway.
  89. Thread: Diesel Additive

    by Egon
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    Re: Diesel Additive

    Nothing like Empirical Data!
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    Re: Faucet replacement

    Them things is heavy! And the Aluminum version always seem to have a rough ended stubby handle.
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    Re: Is it time for a gasoline engine tractor?

    The 318 was a very good motor.
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    Re: Is it time for a gasoline engine tractor?

    Thanks.
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    Re: Stacking loose hay???

    Vsteel covered it well. Don't know if he is using one of the original farmhand's. They have a much higher reach than a normal loader bucket. With a normal it should not take much to make a hay head....
  94. Thread: Diesel Additive

    by Egon
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    Re: Diesel Additive

    No brand names. Use some that has no alcohol in it and does have a biocide.
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    Re: Found this today, what is it

    Tubing/pipe bender die.
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    Re: Concrete Sealer for Pole Barn?

    Many years ago raw linseed oil and 50% kerosene were mixed and sprayed on sidewalks, curbs & gutters.
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    Re: Small engine trouble

    Will the governor linkage move when running? Can it be externally seized?
  98. Thread: B6100 won't crank

    by Egon
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    Re: B6100 won't crank

    You may have clutch switch. Doubt if there is temperature switch.

    Check all the coolant levels. The coolant overflow should be conected to a whistle which makes noise if overheating occurs.

    It...
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    Re: Will this hold 20yds of loam?

    Your answere will be situation dependant. Box struck or heaped. Easily measured. Allowable truck weight? Moisture content of material.
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    Re: Ford aluminum truck beds are strong how?

    But - But, then, gasp, they will shatter in the cold winter months!:):D:):dance1:
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