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    Re: hydrostatic transmission oil?

    It don't have to be LS product. Your owners manual states the recommended ratings for all fluids. Pour in whatever you grew up with that meets the spec.
  2. Re: Looks like LS is rolling out their own Tier-4 Engines....

    Maybe we are not talking about the same thing. My afterburner lights off every 4 hours, I get cute lights on the dash and everything. Doesn't seem to bother the performance of the tractor, it still...
  3. Re: My Wifes kittle dog killed by rural speeders For tghe second Time!

    Ain't fair though, you have our savior on your side.....

    I do too, I sometimes forget how I became to be blessed enough to raise cain on internet boards. I thank the asker and your answer for the...
  4. Re: Looks like LS is rolling out their own Tier-4 Engines....

    My 3037 its regen every 4 hours like clockwork. If I kill the tractor a couple times while it is trying to regen it throws a check engine light. I panicked the first time, called my dealer, they...
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    Re: Injury - Crushed finger in implement u-joint

    I've smashed some fingers, learned about gloves too. None of that would have helped you.

    Does it feel better now?
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    Re: Modular Home Brands

    Well..... I have over 300 frames under my belt. Let me retire and play with my tractor and get posts reported here.

    Unless that modular frame home is anchored to the sill plates and thus the...
  7. Re: My Wifes kittle dog killed by rural speeders For tghe second Time!

    I got carried away, ain't the first time. I apologize.

    I'm still in the personal responsibility camp. It is a harsh camp, many just can't bring themselves to live there.
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    Re: Are Tail Wheels Universal?

    I'm still not seeing this. Got some pictures Buzzy?
  9. Re: My Wifes kittle dog killed by rural speeders For tghe second Time!

    I had to let that one go because I immediately thought of idiots who thought they had a right to tell the rest of the idiots what to think.
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    Re: Modular Home Brands

    Huge difference between a real modular home and a mobile home. Real huge difference. It would pay for someone commenting on such to learn them. Might give credence to their opinions.
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    Re: Warning to dog owners

    Sometimes, you just have to shoot the coyotes. Not posted to anyone in particular. Breeders cull the imperfect, slow, and ugly. Sometimes it takes a bit to pick the culls.

    Sounds inhuman but it...
  12. Thread: bat houses?

    by breadtrk
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    Re: bat houses?

    A pond is a very good bonus. Go for it.
  13. Re: Want to drill hole in pallet fork for trailer ball.

    Drill it with whatever means you have.
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    Re: Are Tail Wheels Universal?

    Huh?

    Yes tail wheels on rotary cutters are very universal. They are all adjustable in height. Are you talking about the width of the bracket and the wheel?

    If so, you have the wrong wheel.
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    Re: Warning to dog owners

    Dogs know. Dogs can smell cancer. Trust your dog. Avoid those your dog don't trust.
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    Re: Modular Home Brands

    Look for real wood cabinets, not pressed wood. Real plywood floors, not pressed wood.


    That is all.
  17. Thread: bat houses?

    by breadtrk
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    Re: bat houses?

    Bleach spray will dissuade them from using your rafters. But, why bother? Can you seriously state one time any of those bats got in your hair or wife's hair, or any other instance of inconvenience?...
  18. Re: My Wifes kittle dog killed by rural speeders For tghe second Time!

    Lots of emotions for a real simple thing. Dog on a 55 mph road= dead dog. Grow up and build a fence.

    Or get cats, but they become buzzard food on an expressway too.
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    Re: Is my shovel getting too old?

    Yes, your shovel is too old. They make new ones now that fit a teenagers hand perfectly, especially a teenager that wants grandpa, uncle jack or whatever too pay the cell phone bill.
  20. Re: WHY DOES NOBODY STOCK THE SIMPLEST THINGS ANYMORE????????

    Dude, if they don't make it anymore, you know what the size is?????? Just go have one made and get on with it. From the looks of the HOA ( your fault for buying into that life) it is in a populated...
  21. Re: Travel Trailer Questions - thinking of a long trip

    My wife and I lived in a camper for 5 years, the rubber broke and we got real. Pretty much any maker makes good stuff. PULL YOUR TRAILER WITH YOUR TRUCK, before you buy.

    Lessens learned, get...
  22. Re: Question about growing sweet corn -NEWBIE HERE-

    Corn loves Nitrogen. Side dress it with some 20-0-0 right before a rain.
  23. Re: My Wifes kittle dog killed by rural speeders For tghe second Time!

    Real life, dog in the road, dead dog. Don't whine about that. Build a fence or don't do dogs
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    Re: Duluth Trading Company

    What is this underwear thing?
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    Re: Project Truck For 17 Year Old Son

    Explain that to the Quattro running circles around your lifted truck....
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    Backhoe Re: LS XR4000 Backhoe Attachment

    George, it is very easy to remove the back window so you can reach in and lift the bucket, steer, etc for re positioning. Sure beats daylights out of climbing in and out of the cab all day.
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    Re: Project Truck For 17 Year Old Son

    Rubbin is racing! This should be a sign to go for the NASCAR look. :thumbsup:
  28. Thread: bat houses?

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    Re: bat houses?

    I put that 3rd one up and pretty much forgot about it. This thread made me go look. Guess who is cutting a trail through the years of over grown brush to get at that pile? I bet there are at least 5...
  29. Thread: bat houses?

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    Re: bat houses?

    I put that 3rd one up and pretty much forgot about it. This thread made me go look. Guess who is cutting a trail through the years of over grown brush to get at that pile? I bet there are at least 5...
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    Re: Brake Rotors. Resurface or New?

    Since they are coming from China anyway these days..... I get the cheap drilled and slotted rotors off FleBay. My time is valuable and it just don't make sense to haul them off, drop them, go back,...
  31. Thread: bat houses?

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    Re: bat houses?

    I'm in bat country so I put up 3 of them on the property when I bought 30 years ago. The one on the security light pole was being used the 2nd year. One on the barn took 4 years. The 3rd on the...
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    Re: Project Truck For 17 Year Old Son

    I'm in the slightly lowered and NASCAR look camp. HE want's different, right? I'm willing to bet all his buds have lifted trucks, he will just be another one of the guys with it lifted. Can't change...
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    Macory Lane 2015

    After 20 years of messing around and not really having success at this plot with growing the 20 buck bags of stuff from the co op It's time for a change.

    The land owner hunts this too. I've...
  34. Thread: need help

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    Re: need help

    Have him Disk it after he plows, you will be good to go.
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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Nothing bad there. Mr Hood was drunk and acting out. Lucky he didn't get shot, it would have been justified in TN.

    Someone threatens you with a gun here, you can shoot that butt to protect your...
  36. Re: Bad Day at Block Rock - errrr - Make it Bad Year.

    Should have help the trespassers at gunpoint till the sheriff arrived. That will send a clear message.
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    Re: Knee problems....Gel shots???

    I've got both knees and right hip replaced. I had the knees scoped twice before getting the replacements. One had the hip scoped once. After having gone through this, knowing how much all that did...
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    Re: Another EMV lights thread

    Lights or none, they are required by law to obey all traffic signs and signals. Metro Nashville bought me a new Dodge van back in 85 because a fire chief ran a red light and T boned mine.

    It...
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    Re: Renting Track Loader with Forestry Head

    For a couple acres..... Find someone local with a bulldozer to push trees, stumps and all into a pile and burn it later.
  40. Re: Bad Day at Block Rock - errrr - Make it Bad Year.

    Couple strands of electric is cheaper than 4 30 packs of beer. Either fix the problems or shoot the dogs and start over.
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    Re: Unwelcome House Guests

    One or 2 won't smell too bad for very long.
  42. Re: Need some ideas on cleaning mud out of a storm drain

    I would call the county and tell them their storm drain isn't working.
  43. Re: Anyone use a PTO cemenet mixer to tumble rocks or clean metal parts?

    Make sure you get a concrete mixer and not a mortar mixer, the blades in them are very different. Rocks or parts would demolish the blades in a mortar mixer.
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    Re: Whats wrong with this picture?

    Don't see no Pallets?
  45. Thread: HST Cruise

    by breadtrk
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    Re: HST Cruise

    Yeah, I found a bunch of loose bolts on mine in the first few weeks. When I did my 200 hour go over I tried as best as humanly possible to lay hands on every bolt on the machine, put it up on my...
  46. Traction Re: Kubota BX 2370 out of control on hill in 2W drive

    Iv'e earned my brown stripe coming down from my garden. Forgot to switch to 4wd. Serious forged long tine garden rake bounced out of the bucket. I won 6 very evenly spaced holes in my right front...
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    Re: Effects of Trailer length

    Don't buy it unless you can load YOUR load and pull it with YOUR rig to see how it does. Like someone else said, this is a very competitive business, if they won't let you test pull, move on. Nearly...
  48. Re: Front tine rototiller attached to small garden tractor

    Iv'e found that in my plowed, tilled and planted garden, running down the rows with a front time tiller is a one handed affair. I do it weekly so the ground never gets compacted. I till in my grass...
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    Re: Pond dreaming is over

    I was thinking that shooting some would keep the gator well fed but then saw OP was in Maine. Do they even have snappers in Maine?
  50. Re: Best Implement or Equipment to Rent to clean up road side ditches

    Sounds like a job for a rear blade. Not a box blade but a real rear blade that is adjustable both in angle and tilt.


    The couple cases idea worked for me on my frontage road ditch though, that...
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    Re: Unique Savonius wind turbine

    I wasn't brave enough either....
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    Re: What size service wire for new workshop

    Another voice of experience...


    Hire a real electrician. Following the advice of a forum may work, it may also result in a fire that destroys everything in there. Good luck with the insurance...
  53. Re: did not find my answer by search so hope someone can help.

    You can't build anything cheaper than you can just go out and buy. Think about your time, materials, welding consumables, grinding consumables, the time to reinvent what is readily available pretty...
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    Re: changing broken grease nipple

    EZ Out, the pictures you need are on the package.

    Or just do like the rest of us, hammer a small screwdriver into whats left and unscrew it. Put in a new one.
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    Tiller Re: Tillers, 3pt. or hand?

    3pt to till, row builder to make rows and hand tiller to run between the rows after stuff starts growing. Very simple, never fails.
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    Re: Unique Savonius wind turbine

    This is THE way to harness wind energy. Those propeller toys are junk compared to this. This belongs in the wind turbine thread.
  57. Thread: Brakes again?

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    Re: Brakes again?

    One day has not arrived yet.
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    Rotary Cutter Re: Can i brush hog it?

    I started with this.http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y140/breadtrk/Tractor/Food%20Plot/IMG_20140424_160644_zps4dx9rbbf1_zps8142520f.jpg

    And this is the first part done.
    ...
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    Re: Everything Attachments Box Blade Review

    The highest quality paint jobs are on cars and trucks.....same quality paint EA uses...... go drag yours through your rocks and see what happens. Not being rude, just laughing at your unreal...
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    Re: Mulching Information

    If you are clearing land with one of those monsters..... You will mulch to whatever depth the tress and brush you are mulching will leave. You don't get to say 4"deep or whatever.
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    Re: Everything Attachments Box Blade Review

    Leave it on the pallet if you don't want to scratch the paint on an implement.

    Unreal......
  62. Thread: Brakes again?

    by breadtrk
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    Re: Brakes again?

    I think this question has been answered in the thread already.

    We depress the brake pedal with all our might, pull up the parking brake lever (as much as it will move) and the pedals do not move...
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    We were not feeding millions of people for those thousands of years.
  64. Re: Wind Turbine ********. Just opened the mail and seen the plan for three massive u

    Wind and Wood ARE solar energy.
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    Re: A safer alternative to Roundup

    Buy and use Glyphosate. Don't call it roundup. It is sold under many different names. She won't know the difference. Explain how this one breaks down so soon. Sell it to her and the latest in...
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    Re: PICTURES ONLY thread

    423520
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    Re: PICTURES ONLY thread

    423519
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    Re: PICTURES ONLY thread

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    Re: Fixing a leaning laundry line post

    Push on it with the tractor, use a digging bar to tamp more dirt into the cavity created.

    Or don't worry about it, it is a clothesline, not structural support for a building.
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    Re: At Home In The Woods

    Other than a little surface rust, there is nothing wrong with the old one. Put it back on if you can't get the right replacement. You really, probably, only needed a belt in the first place 2 years...
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    Re: Building pipe fence and concrete

    Yeah, but what did you do after breakfast?
  72. Thread: Soil prep

    by breadtrk
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    Re: Soil prep

    My neighbors Harley rake has a bucket the rocks get thrown into.
  73. Re: Wind Turbine ********. Just opened the mail and seen the plan for three massive u

    For the anti Nuke crowd..... did you realize that if you had all the waste from every plant ever built to deal with, you only need a hole 1/2 the size of Manhattan Island? It is a risk vs reward vs...
  74. Re: Wind Turbine ********. Just opened the mail and seen the plan for three massive u

    All the output from all the windmills still don't add up to one nuke plant.

    Regulate the **** out of them, build them as safe as you can, prepare for the worst. Still the most bang for the buck.
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    Re: Household Septic System

    It ain't on the surface no more and the grass ain't growing twice as tall in that area.



    Problem solved.
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    Re: Household Septic System

    I drink upstream of the herd.
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    Re: Household Septic System

    Mine has bubbled up to the ground for 10 years. When the waterline froze 5 years ago I had the back hoe operator dig a 40 ft long 10 ft wide and deep trench next to the tank, didn't notice when he...
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    Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Thanks to Bob and Kellsport!

    After reading the beginning of the thread I ordered the assortment kit 1. Later in the thread I saw the TBN coupon code so emailed asking if it was too late to use it...
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    Re: Tundra vs. Chevy

    Put your tractor on your trailer. Bring both trucks to your house, hook them up and drive your roads.

    I just bought a $65,000.00 truck because I made the dealers let me do that. If they didn't...
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    Re: Toyota Tundra Problem?

    The point there was that they stepped up.

    Just sayin.... Not heard one word about ANYONE else fixing any rust. That alone speaks volumes, LOUD volumes.
  81. Thread: 3.21

    by breadtrk
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    Re: 3.21

    We are bordering on the Brand Bashing thing.


    to the OP. Make the dealer order what you want to buy. Pull YOUR trailer with YOUR load on it, then decide. Do that with all the potential candidates...
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    Re: Best way to start burn pile

    MMMMMM, Need to try that. I maen what is the whole point of drinking and having a bonfire unless SOMEONE gets slightly maimed.
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    Re: Brake Controller adjustment

    Eh, I just use the front end loader to hook into my Honda Fit, strap her down and go. I read on the internets that it still lubed the stuff.
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    Re: Toyota Tundra Problem?

    Looks like thay had a problem, admitted to it, and offered to make it right for the effected trucks.


    Ain't never heard, even from internets liars that the Big 3 ever offered to replace a single...
  85. Thread: Brakes again?

    by breadtrk
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    Re: Brakes again?

    My 220 lbs won't make it hold on a grade, never has. Parking brake or not, it will roll unless I engage the bucket with the ground or plant whatever is on the 3 point. Almost a year old and 230 hrs....
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    Re: Best way to start burn pile

    Maybe is is concerned about the plastic plunger with the rubber ring creating sparks while it's sitting the ground while you pump?
  87. Thread: 3.21

    by breadtrk
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    Re: 3.21

    Get a truck that can pull YOUR load up YOUR biggest hill at the speed you want. These days Brand wars are just games. Do your homework, test drive with your load attached on your roads. Pick the one...
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    Re: Brake Controller adjustment

    I hit the brakes hard from 30 each time I haul. Turn it up till I can tell the trailer is stopping us or see the trailer brakes lock up, then back off and check again. I also watch the tractor and...
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    Re: Toyota Tundra Problem?

    Since by all accounts it looks like Toyota is making things right by replacing mounts and beds...... Id say that if far better than you will ever get from the other manufacturers.

    Not a yota...
  90. Re: Turning up the fuel on a diesel turbo charged tractor New Holland TL-90

    The one hill that I have didn't seem to make much difference honestly. I opted out of the radio for my cab so I could listen since I'm a gear head from childhood and love the whine of the turbo, the...
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    Re: Rotary Cutter Slip Clutch Question

    Since you have a 50 Hp tractor..... Does it really matter? You are going to be doing all your tractor can do to run this beast in really tall grass.

    The main box will have the clutch to protect...
  92. Re: Turning up the fuel on a diesel turbo charged tractor New Holland TL-90

    Well, in Teds case, the machine was way out of warranty so no worries. The main thing I got from the video about overheating was the dyno. I think he specifically mentioned that he felt the factory...
  93. Re: Turning up the fuel on a diesel turbo charged tractor New Holland TL-90

    George, I really think the only thing our ECU controls is the afterburner duration and timing. The rest of the machine is pure mechanical. All of the Safety elements are simple no / nc switches no...
  94. Re: Turning up the fuel on a diesel turbo charged tractor New Holland TL-90

    So.... The basic rule of thumb is crank it up till it smokes, then back off a bit?
  95. Re: Accidentally put 4 gallons of diesel in pickup

    Bigger difference between maybe a hundred dollars of hassle and 2 grand for an engine. Ain't worth the chance.
  96. Re: Accidentally put 4 gallons of diesel in pickup

    I filled a 79 gmc with diesel. Blew a hole in the head, cracked some valve seats, and bent a coupe rods.

    I'd drain it now matter what a PIA that will be.
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    Re: Which type, then brand of framing nailer?

    Over 400 frames in 7 years with Paslode air guns. I wish there was a pancake compressor as dependable and reliable as those guns were. In Middle TN, parts are at every shop but all I ever needed was...
  98. Re: Pumping water from lake 100' below for sprinkler system

    4 inches deep is going to vortex and suck more air than water. Did you mean 4 ft?

    Every pump manufacturer has very detailed "head" charts for their pumps. Any other recommendations will be a brand...
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    Loader Re: Living Document: CT's LS P7010C Adventures

    Barn cat.
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    Re: Your Own Car Wash

    Elevated ramp and pressure washer controlled by a human is the only way to really do a good job.
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