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    Re: 3pt Mounted Snow puller?

    I've used a rear blade since 1991 or so. Set at an angle while driving forward it's hard to beat for smaller snows.

    I have set the blade to pull straight and not cast the snow to the side - to...
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    Re: Art Project / Road Light selectrical advice

    Without more info on the total load, the voltage drop can only be guessed. With such a long distance the drop can be significant. With a normal circuit where you would want to use loads like tools...
  3. Re: Hook like attachment for holding top link up when not in use.

    A short bungee strap would do if you want something quick and easy. The used snow blower I bought had one on it for the PTO shaft.
  4. Thread: 1210 rims

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    Re: 1210 rims

    Glad to hear things worked out for you.
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    Snow Attachments Re: snow blade vs snow pusher

    Will do. They seem fairly robust, but I'll be keeping an eye on them. If they want to spread, a piece of chain with one end bolted through the plate near the front of the larger angle and the other...
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    Snow Attachments Re: snow blade vs snow pusher

    They're made from stuff that we had laying around at work. The plates are galvanized, I think they're 10ga. The skids and the lower stiffeners are 1" angle. The upper stiffeners are 1-1/2" angle. ...
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    Snow Attachments Re: snow blade vs snow pusher

    I opted for a cheap experiment with homebrew sideshields. So far we've only had a few inches of slush here and they kept the watery wave contained pretty well. Still haven't had a chance to try...
  8. Re: Tractor kicked my butt today! Need help and advice - with pics!

    Unless that center hole is large enough for a substantial piece of steel, it's too late for this:

    Make a big squared off "C"-shaped lifting device with a round piece on the bottom as an axle for...
  9. Thread: 1210 rims

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    Re: 1210 rims

    Before I left for work today I measured mine. I wouldn't consider my measurements good enough for fabbing anything. My thoughts are that there is some degree of standardization on bolt patterns. ...
  10. Thread: Tractor heater?

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    Re: Tractor heater?

    With 24 volts and 45 amps it calculates to 1,080 watts. I can see that feeling comparable to a 1,500 watt space heater in the cab. the other calcs don't make sense. I went to their website and it...
  11. Thread: Tractor heater?

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    Re: Tractor heater?

    Here's a picture that shoes what it looks like mounted in the tractor.
  12. Thread: Tractor heater?

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    Re: Tractor heater?

    If you want real heat, you need to run your engine coolant through the heater just like they do with factory heaters. Here's the one I used when I built my cab. In less than 10 minutes you can take...
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    Re: Carving polyiso sheets?

    We needed to have some blocks of EPS foam to block out openings in concrete pours. In the past, that usually meant buying sheets and cutting them to size. If the we had to go thicker than the...
  14. Re: cab tractor hands down I did not even get wet !!!!! wet slushy crap northeast!!!!

    I used one of these when I built my cab. It provides plenty of heat and keeps the glass from fogging on the inside / icing up on the outside.

    New 20 000 BTU Auxiliary Heater 12 Volt Compact Size...
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    Re: Spray foam didn't stick

    Found this on a spray foam site:

    "The surface onto which the foam is sprayed needs to be within the manufacturers´ specified range. An important note here is that we're talking about the substrate...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Pumpin' Slush

    Good news is there was a chance to try the blower early in the season. Bad news is the 6" to 12" of snow that was being bandied about turned out to be about 3" or so of slush. It worked pretty well...
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    Re: Grab Hook Installation

    Tilting the bucket isn't enough to unhook the chains. To unhook the chains the slotted angle iron needs to be below the height that the chain is attached to the load. I do sometimes use that as a...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Cutting / Groving / Siping R-4 for snow

    Ken, it was a whole lot easier than I thought it would be. Before reading a few of the more recent posts, I thought it would take at least a whole day. One concern was the tractor is stored in an...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Cutting / Groving / Siping R-4 for snow

    Complete with factory defect:)
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    Re: The big storm in Buffalo

    There are a bunch of variations of this on Youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmN9xf8WUnc
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Cutting / Groving / Siping R-4 for snow

    Some of the guys I work with race dirt track cars. One lent me his Ideal groover (said he won't have any use for it till April). I did the rears first with a #4, then switched to a #3 for the...
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    Buying Advice Re: what type of tractor do i need

    As much as I love equipment, if it was only going to be used 20 hours a year, I'd rent a machine.
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    Re: Leafblower daydreaming

    Wow! Until I clicked the link I thought the picture was photo-shopped.
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    Re: Linear Actuator Problem

    Are you certain that the switch is providing real 12V reversed polarity power? There's a possibility the switch gave the actuator a full 12V in one direction, but failed when sending the voltage...
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    Re: WTB 60 side discharge mower can't find

    I have one of these that's 20+ years aold. It's been abused, welded together and still cuts very well:

    59'' Estate Mower Side Discharge

    AgriSupply does ship them.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Unless I messed up AGAIN, here's a short video of the motorized chute.

    http://vid1295.photobucket.com/albums/b628/jim_miller7/Chute%20Video_zpskmfbsmu0.mp4
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Nothing fancy, just a drill press and band saw. Drill a hole where the bottom of the slot wants to be and then saw in from the edge. Instant radiused end.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Nothing fancy, just a drill press and band saw. Drill a hole where the bottom of the slot wants to be and then saw in from the edge. Instant radiused end.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Skyhook is correct - homebrew. There were a few pieces of 10 Ga galvanized that were cut to fit. They lap over most of the outside. On the inside each wing has two pieces of 1/4" x 1-1/2" flat...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Finally! The used blower came home back when the weather was hot and it seemed like Winter was a very long way off. This afternoon I finished wiring the motor and linear actuator (wearing a heavy...
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    Re: Grab Hook Installation

    I've done the last couple buckets of mine like this, as well as the bucket on a Montana we use for maintenance at work. Heavy angle with slots to drop the chain into have been my favorite for the...
  32. Re: Tractor no. 15 !! It will be Cat yellow and have TRACKS !

    Tinted safety glass ran $10/SF thru a nearby hardware store. That was chosen because of the scratch resistance. I did install Lexan under the windshield this year to replace heavy plastic strips...
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    Re: New finish mower needed

    Beautiful new equipment! If I mow in a counter-clockwise direction with my Landpride 6' RFM there are times it does a small windrow. If I go clockwise, it never does that.

    I'd bet that the...
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    Re: HI- LIFT JACK PROBLEM

    The weight of that homebrew handlebar extension for the switch might not be helping.
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    Re: Used Tractor Discount Percentages %%%%%

    In my personal experience it was a 25% discount. I only took a $3,000 hit on a B7500 that was 10 years with about 1,100 hours on it. In 2002 it cost about $12K and when I bought the L3200 in 2012 I...
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    Re: DIY Bike Chain .... Bolt Cutters vs. Chain

    Bolt cutters may have some difficulty with certain chains, but no chain or cable will last a minute when attacked with a simple battery-powered grinder. I'd think in terms of a chain or cable plus a...
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    Re: JD 2305 Homemade Cab Build

    The lights LOOKED impressive but didn't work very well. The picture to the left of this message still shows the old lights. They were designed for a plow truck. They were replaced with LED's on...
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    Re: JD 2305 Homemade Cab Build

    Thanks Nathan. Nice work! I used tinted automotive safety glass for everything on my cab except under the windshield. Too many curves and holes to deal with. For that I used those thick strips of...
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    Re: Battery Cable Connection Broke!

    I smear a corrosion protectant (Penetrox, CU/AL Aid, No/ALOX, other names) used in the trade for electrical connections on the terminals when installing batteries. HD and Lowes even have little...
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    I'm much larger at the hips than I am at the shoulders and I was trying to save money on material. The glass is only regular automotive safety glass, so it falls a tad short of an NIJ IV rating. It...
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    Re: JD 2305 Homemade Cab Build

    Very nice! That'll keep Pop warm this Winter. Is that Plexi, Lexan? What did you do for door latches?
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    Thank you. The cab has 6 points where it connects to the tractor. Two bolts go through the existing holes in the rear fenders and don't do much of anything. There are two angle clips that take the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Sure hope so. The motor is in the link below. I couldn't slow it down trying to hold it back. Should have it together to try it within the next two weeks. The paint is a catalyzed enamel and has...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    A little closer to being ready. It's in the shop at work for a couple enhancements and paint. The skids have an added 3/8" of wear bar stitched on. The chute mechanisms have been modified so the...
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    Re: Are tractors with cabs becoming the norm?

    One of the reasons I built my own cab was the door height of the shed. Having a warm place in the winter is a biggie for me. Sure is nice to be able to spend as long as I want clearing snow in a...
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    Re: Steering feels a little jerky

    Are the screen and radiator fins clean? The B7500 I had acted like that when the hydro fluid got hot.
  47. Thread: Tires to get??

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    Re: Tires to get??

    There are a few places where I sometimes back up to make square corner turns. My B7500 had trouble backing up a grade in wet (or even lush green) grass pulling the 5' RFM. Rears were loaded and I...
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    Re: Think the box outside

    I can't picture that happening with the only force being applied is the drag of the wiper on the glass. Pretty sure the box would tolerate someone using it for a step.
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Do you have welding equipment? If you can't bend the ends up a little bit you could always buy a couple 45 degree bends or a 90 and cut it in half. Weld the 45's on the ends of the pipe. I'm...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Lots of people have used plastic pipe. There are different types of plastic and some tolerate cold temps and impact. I like your idea of steel pipe. It would be more durable than the best plastic...
  51. Thread: Tires to get??

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    Re: Tires to get??

    You have good info from the dealer and Wolfy. The only experience I have with turfs is the old diamond pattern tread on a 2WD tractor. It was helpless in snow and slipped on wet grass on slopes. A...
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    Think the box outside

    Since the middle of the summer I've been gathering parts and pieces to get ready for snow. The used Pronovost blower is apart, cleaned and ready for paint. The mount for linear actuator (chute...
  53. Re: Where to get info on Montana 3840 wiring schematic?

    Sorry. Not much info in the Owner's Manual.
  54. Re: Where to get info on Montana 3840 wiring schematic?

    I'm not sure what the model number is of the Montana we have at work. I'll check and see what info we may have.
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    I'll admit I didn't read the 422 previous pages, so if this is a repeat - it's all my fault.

    Fish Sticks:

    3/16" x 33 Ft. Fiberglass Wire Running Kit

    The HF version isn't as thick as Ideal...
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    Re: Help with wiring a joystick

    Uhhh. "Upon further review"..... Let me take back part of what I said in my first reply. You do have enough switching if you don't use relays. I would still use relays for switching the power...
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    Re: A backup camera for $50!!!!!!!!!!!

    You may be surprised. Mine came much sooner than it was supposed to. I don't think it took an entire week.
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    Re: Help with wiring a joystick

    You need more switching than you have there. The switching that takes place must reverse the polarity of the DC power to the motor. The joystick doesn't have enough contacts to do that, and the...
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    Re: Laser jet services for the homeowner?

    Smucker Laser Cutting near Strasburg, PBZ Fabricating in Ephrata and Yoder Industries near Leola do laser work for us. Musser Industries near Denver does nice water jet work. All of them are...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 Ballast ?

    Mine wears a rear mower in the warm weather and a scraper blade (this year a blower) so the 3P hitch is never empty. That's plenty of ballast for me. It would be silly for me to have a separate...
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    Re: Anyone know what sort of link this is?

    ALLRIGHT!! I knew the brain trust wouldn't let me down. Now with the info from Capricious and Xfaxman they've been tracked down. Thank you!
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    Re: HELP Sticker Shock !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    You could try RW Industries in Landisville PA.
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    Re: Anyone know what sort of link this is?

    I figured it was some sort of repair link. My goal was to find a source for them. Never saw a Menards in this area. Thanks for the tip.
  64. Thread: New / Old Member

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    Tractor News Re: New / Old Member

    I'll second that. I will admit that as I age (my child bride is 63) I can be a bit grouchy when someone rubs me the wrong way.
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    Re: Anyone know what sort of link this is?

    Yes sir. They simply twist so the overlapped pieces allow it to catch a chain link, loop in a small cable or rope, etc. The small one will catch 1/4" chain and the larger one will do 1/2".

    The...
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    Re: Anyone know what sort of link this is?

    I spent a lot of time googling before presenting it to the brain trust here. My hope is that someone here has some familiarity with them.
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    Anyone know what sort of link this is?

    A bud has these two and doesn't know where they came from or what they're called. One is marked "1/4" and the other "1/2". No names, but the 1/2" link has a stylized "A" and a symbol that looks a...
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    Re: Smartphone Photo of the Day

    Went into town a couple nights ago to replace smoke detector battery for my aunt. This is what the western sky looked like when I came out of her house.
  69. Thread: Driveway tear out

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    Loader Re: Driveway tear out

    At our church we replaced asphalt paving with concrete in an area about 14' wide and 40' long. Most of it was against brick, concrete or a steep ivy-covered bank. It's condition had not deteriorated...
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    Re: Liability Insurance

    I appreciate all the comments and suggestions. There is one agent who sounded promising and is to get back to me soon. I'm glad that we don't have snow in the forecast anytime soon. The only...
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    Re: Tractor cab conversion

    $10/SqFt sounds like a good number. I had to shop around to get mine for that two years ago.

    One thing I'm in the process of changing right now is the area below the front windshield. All other...
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    Re: Liability Insurance

    I'm looking for coverage to protect me due to something happening with a tractor when on someone else's property. As a matter of fact, my agent said I should have coverage in the event someone slips...
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    Liability Insurance

    Can anyone recommend an insurer for liability coverage? I do a little volunteer work (mow a lawn for a widow, snow removal for neighbors and church). Payments are not required and generally...
  74. Thread: F250 rust repairs

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    Re: F250 rust repairs

    Nice work! Many years ago I redid a K5 Blazer. The doors (and I think the rocker panels) had drain slits that I stuffed rags into. There were some access holes already there by using openings for...
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    Re: Tractor cab conversion

    When I built my cab I priced safety glass at some local shops. The best deal came from a hardware store. I'm pretty sure they use one of the shops I had price it. I made 1/4" luan underlayment...
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    Re: Most Useful Attachment?

    I have a box blade and three different rear scraper blades for the two tractors. The Kubota also has a FEL. My experiences are similar to LightFoote's. The box blade works fine in dirt. Rear...
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    Re: Paint recommendations for snowblower?

    Mine is almost ready for paint and I plan to use PPG AFU-370. We had very good results with it at work. It is a two-part coating and can be applied directly to cleaned metal or over solid paint.
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    Buying Advice Re: Buying the right tractor for 1.5 acres

    Everyone has different expectations and experiences. What absolutely tickles me to death would NEVER be satisfactory for some others. What is bad, good, better or best involves more subjective...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Al, I only bought the blower about a month ago so I can't be of much help commenting on it. It is solid but needs paint. Pronovost seems to have a good reputation from what I've seen. I had the...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Adding a new piece of equipment this year and it's not ready for snow. It's a used Pronovost that I disassembled for cleaning and painting before the rain started today. So far so good. Nothing...
  81. Thread: Cab enclosure

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    Re: Cab enclosure

    There may be drawings somewhere but I wouldn't know where to find them. My cab started with some ideas and a really rough pencil drawing. It was developed as it progressed.
  82. Thread: Cab enclosure

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    Re: Cab enclosure

    After searching and pricing cabs I built my own. Most anything nice was quite expensive. It cost about $1,200 and has all real safety glass except where it's coped around the hood/hoses/etc. and a...
  83. Thread: Deck Size

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    Re: Deck Size

    Tractordata.com has some basic info on the JD you have. As others have said, it is time to go bigger. I still have a Ford 1210 that I bought used back around '92 and it runs strong. It is a diesel...
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    Re: Info needed on Pronovost 64" Puma

    Dave, I saw videos of snowblowers like you described. Mine is a baby compared with them and uses a more conventional chute. A used farm equipment dealer about 1/2 hour away had it for sale. They...
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    Re: Sidewalk follwed house by 25 years

    Thanks. The light is 120 volt LED that we bought last year at Costco. It is about 9' tall and does a great job. I buried a PVC pipe for getting power to it. Until I pick up some UF wire, it's on...
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    Sidewalk follwed house by 25 years

    When we built our house we figured we'd do the sidewalk "later". This month we have been in the house for 25 years. How's that for "later"? With the layout, anyone who comes in the driveway...
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    Re: Info needed on Pronovost 64" Puma

    Dave, I followed your suggestion except I made a phone call in lieu of an e-mail. They sent me a nicely detailed manual in PDF in less than 1/2 an hour! Thank you for that suggestion. I was...
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    Info needed on Pronovost 64" Puma

    I recently found a Pronovost that I want to clean up and paint for this coming winter. Disassembly looks like it should be fairly straight forward, but one thing I wanted to check is how the...
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    Re: Show What Tool You Made*

    I dug this out for grading some of the fill along the sidewalk. The fill ranged from at least a foot down to nothing at the other end. It is a large pipe flange welded to a couple pieces of beam. ...
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    Re: Show What Tool You Made*

    Poured a sidewalk on Friday. The forms were mostly thin plywood strips. I staked it with (many) pieces of 3/4" EMT and then used self-drilling screws from the inside of the forms. Figured the...
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    Re: My craigslist find !!!

    I'd PAY $550 for a lot of snow this winter. Clearing snow has always been very enjoyable.
  92. Thread: New to Kubota

    by chim
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    Re: New to Kubota

    Welcome to the orange side of the tracks. As others said, you'll love it. I've had mine for a couple of years and it replaced a B7500 I had for 10 years that was similarly equipped. Best...
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    Re: International 454 valve stem seals

    Many years ago I did the seals in a Dodge Ramcharger like that. The car shop in town had adaptors like you made. It was much easier than I thought it would be. A cobbled-together momentary switch...
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    Re: Does your machine have brake lights?

    My L3200 has turn signals, HI & LO beam headlights, tail lights and flashers. No brake lights, but about the only time I use the brakes is to hold a position on a hill.
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    Re: Rhino coating mower deck

    I have the original blades for the Landpride 6 footer plus a set of Gator blades. The Gator blades keep the underside of the deck a lot cleaner.
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    Re: Rhino coating mower deck

    I just bought a used snow blower that needs paint. We've been using PPG AUE-370 (a catalyzed coating) on some things at work and it looks promising. I've been thinking of doing the underside of the...
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    Re: Penetrating Oils....best and home made...

    Back on 8/7 I posted that I'd started to soak the muffler bolts on the Ford 1210. I know I had the muffler off to repaint the tractor in 2002 or 2003 and the bolts haven't been disturbed since. For...
  98. Snow Blade Re: Will a Bolt On Tooth Bar Help or Hinder Snow Removal?

    I wouldn't be without an add-on wear edge. The first year of plowing with the B7500 wore the bucket edge quite noticeably. Added a wear edge and no further damage for the following 9 years.

    It's...
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    Re: DIY Cab - Finally decided it was time

    Weather forecast made me leery about pouring tomorrow, so I cancelled it and had plenty of time for a good meal and pictures. Support details are in the thread. Here are some closer shots of the...
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    Re: DIY Cab - Finally decided it was time

    Thank you. I'm getting ready to pour concrete tomorrow, so things could get a little busy tonight. I'll try to get the pics though.

    The whole cab is supported at four points. As a matter of...
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