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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Do you care to elaborate on your buyer beware warning?
  2. Re: What have you messed up, with your tractor? Including ROPS into garage...

    Backed the ROPS into the tractor shed roof once (so far). Came within 3" of putting the bucket into the pick up truck a couple of days ago, it is so easy to do!
  3. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Quote Originally Posted by keony View Post
    Ah, thanks!
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    From the picture it doesn't look like you've used your bucket curl to try to move the tractor forward or backward....
  4. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Ah, thanks!
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  5. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Me too:

    stuck that is, photo still won't load, I give up...
  6. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Three feet of snow, 4.5 hours seat time and made it to the road:
    (which includes 1/2 hour digging it out when I slid sideways into a snow bank)

    Photos didn't load, tried 3 times.
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    Re: Starter Clicking but wont start

    It could be the solenoid.
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    Took down the ailing European mountain ash, more wood for next winter. This trick for bucking it up that I got from this forum really works well and saves my back:
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    Re: New tractor pto shaft help needed

    Maybe this will help you:
    CHECK DRIVELINE MAXIMUM LENGTH
    Refer to Figure 2
    Make sure driveline collapsible length is acceptable. If
    needed, refer to “Attaching To Tractor”.
    The driveline maximum...
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    Re: Favorite rear PTO implements for your SCUT?

    My new to me used rototiller is my favorite; just used it for the first time yesterday.
  11. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    It comes from a mushroom grower near Philadelphia. I bought it from a re-seller. Yes, it should help lighten up the soil that I brought in from my neighbors pasture. At least I hope so.
  12. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    My first time trying mushroom compost, so we shall see. I pretty much stick to tomatoes and peppers.
  13. Thread: TODAYS SEAT TIME

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    Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Put some mushroom compost on the tomato garden today:444527444528444529
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    Re: Tractors and wood! Show your pics

    I've put up many shingles, if they are prone to splitting, 5 minutes in a bucket of water and they won't split.
  15. Re: TC-29 Starter problem. anyone try the aftermarket ones.

    Had this issue last year, in my case, rebuilt starter with new solenoid solved it. It was not the safety circuits.
  16. Thread: Seat safety

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    Re: Seat safety

    On my TC29DA you can get off with it running if parking brake is set and range is in neutral.
  17. Thread: New Holland TC29

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    Re: New Holland TC29

    Parts available from Messick's and New Holland. I bought my TC29DA last year and love it. I have ten inches of fresh powder to plow this morning.
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    Re: Starter not engaging on my TC29D

    I think the oblong holes may be your problem. I replaced my starter this past fall, the holes in the bell housing are round and a perfect fit for the bolts.
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    Re: Tc29 not starting

    Check the safety switches first, wiggle the pto levers, range lever (in neutral), etc. Search this forum, there is a lot of discussion on this issue.
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    Re: Mayday! TC29D won't start!

    Well, I hope I don't muddy the waters, but my manual for TC29DA shows 3 relays: #3 = Glow plug power relay, #7 = Glow plug timer relay, and #6 = Glow plug lamp relay.
    My diagram looks totally...
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    Re: old tractor prices

    Newbie Fred here. What are blue fuel capped diesels?
  22. Re: Benefits of block heater even if engine start without one

    That is the question! After reading this and other similar threads, my path will be get through this (my first winter) without, but I'm going to install a block heater next summer. Trying to make the...
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    Re: What's this worth? Bradco 11MD2 backhoe.

    Where are you located?
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    Re: NH 1925 hst what is the clutch pedal for ?

    It is the clutch for shifting ranges and engaging ptos. Probably a common sump for hydraulic oil with two filters, at least that's what mine has.
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    Re: TC45DA Throttle Issue

    Don't know for sure about your TC45DA, but my side covers come off with 4 bolts, easy.
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    Re: TC45DA Throttle Issue

    Had the exact symptoms on my TC29DA; fixed by tightening nut on pivot of throttle, had to remove side cover to to this.
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    Re: New member , new tractor , naturally a problem

    Well, my tractor came with tan hydro oil with blobs of white stuff floating in it, I did a normal oil change and filters and it looks normal color now. I didn't do anything special to purge lines.
  28. Thread: Removing Grease!

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    Re: Removing Grease!

    For the globs and build ups I use plastic putty knifes, but I would wait until it is warm...
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    Re: Radiator, rust problem or not?

    Okay, that's reassuring. Coolant is good, so maybe I can ignore the "rust". I think the paint is factory OEM. I'm probably worried about nothing. No leaks and engine doesn't run hot. Thanks Gary and...
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    Radiator, rust problem or not?

    The paint/coating on the radiator fins has peeled off and is rusting in several areas. Should I try to repaint it or is this fairly normal wear and tear?
    Not sure if I'm just borrowing sorrow or...
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    Re: URGENT tow drop hook

    Do you mean the 3 pt hitch? Photos would help.
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    Re: Put my Chains on Today

    Jay: I bet you could sell those chains, what size and price?
  33. Thread: Tc33

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    Re: Tc33

    Excellent news! Glad you are running.
    I cleaned all my grounds but it didn't fix my starter solenoid intermittent, guess I'll have to replace.
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    Re: Where does your tractor sleep?

    Had to clean out 30 years of junk to make room for my new to me NH:388252388253
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    Chains Re: What chains to buy for snow?

    Piston,
    I used Tire Chains by TireChains.com, 2 link ladder chain with v-bars.
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    Chains Re: What chains to buy for snow?

    Ha ha, yes, what a waste of money, tractor, chains, etc.
    I imagine the snow and ice will come again all too soon!
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    Chains Re: What chains to buy for snow?

    Piston,
    Yes, I have a front end loader and a driveway with challenges similar to oosik. I've made my order and went with 2 link ladder style with v-bars front and back.
    Probably never snow here...
  38. Thread: Engine heater

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    Snow Engine heater

    I'm trying to decide between engine block heater (NH freeze plug model), coolant heater (inline hose), magnetic pan heater, or oil dipstick heater?
    What's your experience?
  39. Thread: Tc33

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    Re: Tc33

    I looked at the manual, the "square fuses" are probably your safety relays, good place to start troubleshooting.
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    Chains Re: What chains to buy for snow?

    Thanks everyone, good advice!
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    Chains What chains to buy for snow?

    What kind of chains do you all use?
    Any good sources?
    Mainly for plowing a hilly gravel driveway, thanks.
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    Re: Bought a 69 Ford 3000

    I would buy an Operator's Manual. I found it invaluable.
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