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    Re: Mack cab & chassis

    JJZ;

    I'm curious on how much water you are planning to haul. You mention 12k-14k weight, that's as much as 1600 - 1700 gallons. How and where do you fill the tank with that much potable water??...
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    Re: Mack cab & chassis

    Passing on this unit is a good decision in my mind. My big red flag was "find parts for the Renault diesel". Good luck in your search.

    SimS
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    Tractor Sizing Re: Man buying a tractor is no joke!

    With all that prospective digging/trenching I think I would be looking for a excavator. IMHO an excavator is much more productive that a TLB. You have a good "relationship" with your current...
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    Re: 1000 ft water line

    I agree with those that recommend a trencher with rock teeth. With the mini hoe you have to dig with the bucket until you hit a rock then switch to the ram to break the rock and back to the bucket,...
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    Re: How to remove excess grease?

    Spray on Sudsy Ammonia then pressure washer. You can buy it or DIY your own SA with water, ammonia and Dawn dish soap. The base qualities of Ammonia really cuts grease and oil and the Dawn is the...
  6. Re: Forget the flying cars. Where's my coal fueled turbine car?

    Rudolf Diesel started off choosing between coal dust and vegetable oil. I think they used peanut oil at first. Coal slurry (coal dust and water) have also been tried. Thank goodness for dinosaur...
  7. Thread: New Gas Range

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    Re: New Gas Range

    Does your stove have a regulator at/on the stove line? On our installation we had to order LP orfices and regulator. BTW 11-13 WC is less than .5 psi so you're going to need a manometer or a low...
  8. Thread: Engine Quiz

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    Re: Engine Quiz

    I got 30/30. What were the "zingers"? I'm not bragging, I'm just wondering if all the tests have the same questions.

    SimS
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    Re: How to un-tighten hydraulic hose

    Plan A: If the hose that has to be replaced is the one in the picture, cut the metal tube portion of the fitting and get the remaining parts in a vice where you can work on it with extreme prejudice....
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    Re: Removing floor tiles is HARD WORK!

    OK, I don't know if this trick will work on tile that's only been down for 10 years but it might be worth a try. Instead of heat use cold. I removed very old tiles from a concrete floor with a...
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    Re: DEMOLITION -- Am I CRAZY to do this??

    X2 on removing the sheathing. Clean up the existing junk on the ground around the shed first. Nothing worse than dropping new crap on top of old crap that has been laying on the ground for years. ...
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    Re: Anyone know what this is

    X2 Mercury. Hubcap/hood/trunk logo???

    SimS
  13. Thread: Case 1845C

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    Re: Case 1845C

    The standard Auxiliary hydraulics have a 16 GPM capacity. The High Flow system has a 30 GPM capacity. The High Flow has a separate pump and solenoid controlled system. The machine only has 55-60 HP...
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    Loader Re: Old Fart--newbie question

    Here's an old thread that has some diagrams that might help you out.

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/build-yourself/112570-skid-steer-quick-attach-plate.html

    SimS
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    Re: Valve seats Continental Z134

    A quick Google search turned up a listing for Tucker Valve Seat Company in Texas. The have a 500+ page catalogue! Give them a call, they may be able source your needed seats. Good Luck

    SimS
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    Re: Stupid easy LED lighting in the barn or shed

    I also made my own "fixtures" from 1 x 4 wood strips. I bought Chinese 5' power cords, light chain and tombstones from fleabay and I'm into the fixtures for very little money and they work great. ...
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    Re: takeuchi tb 015 question

    I have a TB015. The engine is a generic Yanmar. There are a ton of sources for parts. The hydraulics and pins and bushings are nothing special also. The only pricey parts that I have run into are...
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    Re: Who makes a good Forestry Helmet?

    I've been using the Peltor Lumberjack helmet for several years. It has flexible shields in front to keep rain and chips from falling between the helmet and the face screen. The rear shield keeps...
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    Re: Ridiculous! Thermostat help?

    Test your thermostat to make sure it's still working and does not stick open or closed. Also check your operating temperature, maybe your existing gauge is reading low. I wouldn't pay $200 for a...
  20. Re: Metal Replacement for Kubota Side Panel 1/4 Turn Fasteners

    Try McMaster-Carr. They list several quarter turn fasteners types with a multitude of dimensions. They are USA based and delivery is generally 2-3 days in most cases.

    SimS
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    Re: Gas Fireplace Question

    My two new inserts already have vents/venting at the top and bottom of the unit to take advantage of the convection. Check with your supplier and see if you can find a unit that includes venting.
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    Re: Idle curiosity on clutch disc types

    You guessed right. The pad/button type clutch disc are generally for heavy duty or severe service. They can be "grabby" because they lock up quicker than standard full face discs.

    SimS
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    Re: Electric Cooling Fan, Where does the Thermostat

    Check out your FLAPS for a electric fan tsat kit or browse ebay or Amazon. There should be quite a few options. I prefer a sender screwed into the engine's cooling system with a relay driving the...
  24. Thread: Wet skid steer

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    Re: Wet skid steer

    It looks like a Case 1845C. I have one and as bullet proof as they are, all it needs is a fresh water rinse and it's time to get back to work.

    SimS
  25. Thread: Coolant in Oil

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    Re: Coolant in Oil

    When you check the bottom end, try and get a good look at the bottom of the cylinders. You could have leaking O-Rings on one or more cylinder sleeves. As said above you can get a overhaul kit for...
  26. Re: Removing a slight scratch in a blued gun receiver

    I would thoroughly degrease it, hit it with a fine tip bluing pen and wipe it quickly with something stiff like a paper towel. You're trying to keep the bluing in the scratch and not on the surface...
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    Re: County Water Pressure Too High

    I'm with Citydude. Install a pressure regulator instead of banging your head against a bureaucratic wall. If the county "adjusts" the pressure, you still run the risk of the county 're-adusting" the...
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    Re: L4740 HST Engine knock

    That #3 video proves to me it's not just an injector. Looks like a ton of blow-by so I would go with rings and/or a broken piston. What does the air filter look like? I ask because the tractor looks...
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    Re: small fire/hot embers when mulching

    How about an insulation product like Lizard Skin? They have stick on and liquid applications. Also have you tried cutting the welding blanket into pieces and gluing/epoxying them in place on the...
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    Re: electric in my barn.....need help

    I added exterior receptacles by each roll up door. That way I can have power for battery tenders, etc. without stringing extension cords all over the place.

    SimS
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    Re: Broken hydraulic fitting

    I can't tell if the broken part is a short nipple. You're lucky if it is. I think you're going to have to break off the remaining threads and look inside the elbow and see if there are any threads...
  32. Re: the saga continues... PT-425 engine problem at 10 hours?

    That "motor oil type residue" looks an awful like the gunk in your fuel filter. PCV vapours are directed into the air intake and not the fuel system. I think you have some sort of contamination in...
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    Re: Well Pump Wiring - Where to Buy?

    Google brought up some.

    Let me google that for you

    SimS
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    Re: What stain remover do I need?

    Get one of those "cap frames" and throw it in the dishwasher a few times. Check this link for an example.
    How to Clean Baseball Hats with a Dishwasher: 6 Steps

    SimS
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    Re: Just bought first tractor and got ripped off

    I agree with LD1, that looks like a pretty decent weld/braze job. Since it is a low or no pressure leak I would try the JB/epoxy repair after cleaning the leaking area surgically spotless. Good...
  36. Re: Non Profit Potable and Irrigation Water Associations Low / Cheap standards?

    Can you resign your board position and dig your own well? Just joking (sort of). HOAs can get "political" real quick in my experience. Also in my experience it is an uphill battle to convince...
  37. Thread: What is this?

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    Re: What is this?

    A guess.... Could it be a port for pressure testing or a port for returning fluid back to the sump from auxiliary device/valve?? Where's Soundguy?

    SimS
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    Re: I so NEED one of these.

    It's a pretty neat machine. Early press releases said that the manufacturer was aiming for the 100K Euros market. i.e. $90K at today's exchange rate. JD power and Parker pumps.

    SimS
  39. Thread: Takeuchi

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    Re: Takeuchi

    Don't know if this thread is still relevant but I own a TB015 and it works great. They are powered by a 3 cyl Yanmar so engine parts are no problem (think ebay!). I have had my for several years...
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    Re: Case 1825B Skid Steer Stalling Under Load

    I agree with the others in that it sounds fuel related. When you say "the engine loads up"; are you describing over fueling, black smoke or lack of fuel? If there is a lift pump, I would check it's...
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    Re: Best place to purchase a used man lift?

    Either one of those units would be great. My question is, and I often ask myself the same, how often do you need the machine? A $17K investment to clean the gutters once a year? I finally...
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    Loader Re: Anyone know where to find this Coupler?

    Google turned up these folks. They look like they know their LS stuff.

    Blank

    SimS
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    Re: 16 Warranty Claims??

    I agree with Cal and Matt. Find a good A/C shop and have them check it out. You will have to spend a few bucks but you be on your way to getting this problem behind you for good. Also see if your...
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    Re: Causes of low compression

    ^^X2 I agree with Super Duty Dan. If you are applying air to one cylinder and the rain cap is lifting there is a serious valve leak. If the valve and seat check out then it has something to do...
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    Re: Cutting 4x8 sheets

    x2 on the panel saw. If you are in a "production" mode the panel saw will allow you to cut multiple sheets at the same time. Also no clamps, no bending over wide sheets to push the saw, etc.

    SimS
  46. Thread: Shotgun question

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    Re: Shotgun question

    I tried Google and was amazed as the number of gunsmiths that do shortening and re-choke jobs for reasonable money. I don't know how much you want to put into your gun but it may be best to have a...
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    Re: Bend 10 ga without a press brake?

    If you can't find a big brake to use, I like your idea. Just weld a piece of flat stock or angle to the trailing edge.

    SimS
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    Re: KOMATSU D20A-5 ADVICE AND INFO.

    Below is a link from another forum I frequent. Very helpful folks. Your mention of low oil level and this link's mention of plugged oil strainer may offer some help for your situation. You might...
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    Re: Replacement seat cushions

    I think he meant tractorseats.com. They seem to cover most equipment.

    SimS
  50. Re: Do skid steers tip back easy going up steep hill?

    John;

    All of the safety/operators manuals I recall say keep the heavy end pointed up hill on steep inclines. Since the weight of the machine is at the back of a wheeled machine, that means back up...
  51. Thread: Ether option

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    Re: Ether option

    I have seen acetylene used to start spark engines. Maybe the oxygen's natural combustion with oil is helping the diesel combustion. Oxygen by itself is not flammable but with fuel watch out!

    SimS
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    Re: Splitter frustration- Blowing filters

    A quick Google search for Lenz 25 micron filter showed that their psi rating varies between 150 and 200 psi. In your configuration, you obviously have more psi present than that on your return line....
  53. Re: Replacing an oil pressure switch with a pressure sender. Should I ditch the switc

    If you are worried about vibration you can attach the sender & switch tee on the end of a length of hose. I use 1/8 NPT grease gun tubing/hose to isolate the oil sender on my skid steer. The hose...
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    Re: Oh I want this drill press

    You can look up their speed chart online. Depending on material, hole diameter and machine HP the RPMs ranged from 600 to 3300 for steel and stainless. I wonder what the cycle times are to allow...
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    Re: delco remy generator low voltage

    If it's a run of the mill GM 10SI alternator, any local FLAPS will have rebuilts for around $30. Just replaced one on my Ditch Witch.

    SimS
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    Re: Hydraulic problem on Kubota L3710 LA 681 loader

    I have had erratic loader functions at times with my L3710DT. Every time the problem has been that the selector valve for loader has been positioned incorrectly. For some reason the valve rotates...
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    Re: Cross threaded spark plug in 50cc 4 wheeler

    If you try jaotguy's technique with a shop vac, make sure you don't have any gas in the carb. IMHO you could just grease up your drill and tap and go slow. The grease will trap the majority of any...
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    Re: Computer shades screen pink...

    You know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Just kidding. Take a looking at the video / graphics card. You might have a big problem if your computer is a laptop with integrated...
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    Re: Why I hate those steel traffic platers.

    ^^ X2 Problem solved.
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    Re: Maglite flashlight switch bad

    Check ebay. I have sourced Maglite parts from there. Amazon may have switches too. Make sure you get the right switch. There were changes made base on serial numbers, etc.

    SimS
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    Re: Tow behind propane weed burner

    The multi head Red Dragon burner in the link has 5 X 400,000 btu heads that gives you 2 million btu's. Propane has about 22,000 btus per pound. Do the math to figure out burn time. It looks like...
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    Re: value of a used brush chipper???

    I have a BC620 and it's a perfect fit for the type of work you are planning. As far as market value I generally go to ebay to test the waters as far as pricing. You might check with any local...
  63. Oil & Fuel Re: Gas guage shot, how long will engine run on one tank

    Not to be a smartazz but it will use the same amount of fuel as it did when the fuel gauge worked. Just try and recall how often you fueled the tractor and take that much fuel with you when you are...
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    Re: Internet in the Country

    The two providers are a Federal requirement with the new healthcare regulations. In talking to my doctor who just set up his medical center in town; he is using a cable provider for his primary ISP...
  65. Thread: Propane Prices

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    Re: Propane Prices

    Amerigas called me yesterday and offered a .99/gal price. I have a small 120 gallon tank and they filled it in April. Things must be slow if they're calling little customers like me.

    SimS
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    Re: 4bt cummins jeep tj

    Looking good! I've looked at that turbo oil line twice now in your photos and I'm wondering if you may need a bracket/brace near the top of the hardline to prevent excess vibration. Maybe a thin...
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    Re: Dynalube 12 Volt Grease Gun DANGER

    It's already been done.....

    Reminded me of a warning label I found once on a new laptop battery: "WARNING! Do not drive nails into this battery. Danger of fire and personal injury."

    SimS
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    Re: looking for a small track loader , any ideas? ?

    They have steel OTT for the wheel type Dingos. Check this link. https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRMiJVzyf7NHZAzQlouighwQfJnQg_3IPCLVLtYsh8MwW2xORLnOQ
    But if your looking for a...
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    Re: Hydraulic fluid for older Bobcat

    NAPA has Dexron III in 5 gallon pails. Your store should be able to order it for you. Dexron III is backward compatible with II and IID. But I'm pretty sure Dexron IV is not backward compatible. ...
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    Re: looking for a small track loader , any ideas? ?

    Have you looked at any of the mini skid steer machines? There might be some models that would compete with the Struck machine. I looked up the Struck, interesting little machines. Good Luck

    SimS
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    Re: A tale of two 5yd dump trucks....

    ^^^^ Parts are going to be easier to source on the Chevy. Of course the overall shape of each truck would be #1. It's probably a toss up as far a functionality. Have Fun.


    SimS
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    Re: Had to resort to a little "old school" today...

    Like Bird I haven't seen that trick in many years. It works but you would think that the heat transfer to a wooden clothes pin would not be that great. It must just soak up just enough heat to keep...
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    Re: Park brake for skid steer (help!)

    Wow. I'm having a difficult time envisioning your work site. If the blade/bucket engaged into the ground won't hold the machine from rolling/moving; how are the four tires locked going to do it? ...
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    Re: Park brake for skid steer (help!)

    Just lower the bucket. Instant brake.

    SimS
  75. Re: 1025R - need auxiilary overheat warning, does anyone have ideas for sensors?

    You could get an inline radiator hose switch adapter and wire up a temp switch/relay to turn off/on idiot lights and pto, etc. They make adapters for all sizes of hoses and fittings. Here's an...
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    Re: 4bt cummins jeep tj

    The specs for the NV3550 say it's good for 300 ft lbs. And the torque for a stock Cummins 4bt is right there around 300. So if you turn up the wick on the Cummins you may run into trouble. But...
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    Re: bob cat with propane motor need advice

    SM;
    Yep I see that it's a Case. I guess I should have said "skidsteer application". I have a Case 1845C so I do know. Around here Bobcat means skidsteer. Kind of like Kleenex or BandAid. ...
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    Re: bob cat with propane motor need advice

    You shouldn't have a power problem with propane in a Bobcat application. The engine generally runs at a steady RPM. So if you need more power just raise the RPMs. I never run my skidsteer at max...
  79. Re: Equipment needed to disassemble heavily rusted old plow

    I'd go along with Code54 but using a breaker bar instead of a ratchet. Breaker bars can take much more torque than the gears and pawls of a ratchet. A breaker bar with a cheater pipe and good six...
  80. 3-Point Hitch Re: Help! Broke tang where lift arm attaches to tractor

    Metal detector? I would want that broken piece just for alignment purposes to aid in the bolt on repair.

    SimS
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    Re: How to open this up ~ 1/8"?

    If you are already thinking of arc welding on the tongue. I would first saw a kerf in the piece at the place where you want it to bend, drive your wedge and then weld up the cut. The cut will make...
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    Re: Need a walk behind string trimmer

    I'm with 4570man on this one. You say the parts are ~$200 vs the cost of a new mower that is unsatisfactory. I say go for the new parts and have a happy wife for another 15 years.

    SimS
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    Re: Aftermarket clutch suppliers

    +1 on Fort Wayne Clutch. One of the best in the country.

    SimS
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    Re: O'Reilly Auto Alternator

    By "brand new" do you mean reman/rebuilt? If so, I have had some problems with O'Reilly's also. My store is quick to replace but the time wasted is a real pain. I have looked at some of their...
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    Buying Advice Re: Buy a Bobcat 753 ?

    I'm going to agree with George. The 753 is not going to be happy trying to lift and move 2K. Maybe you could split the load to multiple pallets? Hopefully you're not unloading 2k of pellets very...
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    Re: Manual Water Temperature Gauge.

    Have you thought about using a radiator hose adapter? Find the diameter of your hose and go from there. Pretty simple and you won't have a "stack" of fittings to deal with. Google will return many...
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    Re: Kubota D1402 rebuilt with low compression

    Ron;
    The D1402 should be a sleeved engine. Does it look like the PO actually did a rebuild? You know like new gaskets, excess RTV sealer, etc.. You might want to bite the bullet and throw a...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Ford 4000 Diesel Fuel Filter

    I always use wixfilters.com for cross referencing and filter look up. Use the "advanced search" feature to look up anything with any kind of filter.

    SimS
  89. Thread: Balloon littering

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    Re: Balloon littering

    Don;

    You should see when those mylar balloons get stuck in a 14400 volt power line! Years ago I was working at a video post production facility when the local florist released some leftover...
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    Re: Australian Filter Cross Reference

    The WIX filter cross reference matches all but the Sakura to the CX0706. Check your filter specs here. WIX Filter

    SimS
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    Re: Building spray rig from 275g IBC tote

    Northern Tools has a 12V demand pump that puts out 2+GPM at 70psi. I would think that would do the trick for the hand held spray nozzle. You would have to rig up some sort of solenoid valve for the...
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    I used to travel quite a bit in and out of Atlanta's Hartsfield Jackson airport. The only thing that saved my sanity was traveling to and from the airport on the MARTA subway/train system. I...
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    Re: Where to buy colored hydraulic cap and ends

    I use colored zip ties to ID the various hydraulic connections. I stole the idea from my Kubota dealer who used colored electrical tape that sometimes falls off. The zip ties work well and don't...
  94. Flat Proofing Re: Recommend (and source) leak proof liquid: Australia

    Nick;

    I have had good luck with slow leaks using the stuff mountain bikers use. They are fairly fussy about flat tires. Here's some stuff sourced in Oz that is recommended even for tractors....
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    Re: Correct spark plug for BCS735 gasoline ALN330wb

    I think you would want to run the cooler plug for gas and the hotter one for kerosene. I know that NGK uses lower numbers for hotter plugs. i.e. a B5HS will be hotter than a B6HS, etc

    SimS
  96. Re: Broken crankshaft (Kubota grey) - what are my options?

    Since your tractor originally came equipped with a two cylinder Kubota, I would imagine that there is some compatibility with regard to mounts, etc. I'm guessing that the bellhousing/mounting plate...
  97. Re: Broken crankshaft (Kubota grey) - what are my options?

    Mike;

    I would first tear down the motor to verify that all you need is a new crank. It would be awful to spend all that money to find out that other parts are needed or that the motor is toast...
  98. Re: HOW to replace the &*^%$# thermister??? on my 4400HST -- HELP!!!

    Mike_S;

    Have you thought of using a small IC or DIP socket? You could solder the pigtails to the socket and then insert the thermistor into the socket. I would think that would allow you the...
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    Re: Question About Loctite Thread Sealant 545

    Vic;

    Loctite makes a thread sealant specifically for NPT threads. #565. I don't know if it really matters that much but they went through the trouble to manufacture it. Also I would recommend...
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    Re: Georgia , good places to live?

    As others have said the traffic can be very difficult and should be considered carefully. If she wants a rural or semi-rural location then she will have to suffer the long commutes during the normal...
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