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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Pettrix, I am a consumer. I have a CSV. Your description of how it operates is not right. You are confusing power with pressure.

    Electric centrifugal pumps are not like a car with brakes. The CSV...
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    Re: BX home made loader arm attatchments?

    This is a SSQA (Skid Steer Quick Attach) For a BX: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/359583-bx-universal-quick-attach-ssqa.html#post4472408

    You can probably buy it cheaper than making...
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    Re: Screen page always goes to page bottom

    Yep, I am on the old design, the new design doesn't have a lot of the things that I use on a daily basis.
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    Re: Pole barn, what size?

    Yep, I considered that, but decided they weren't designed for the extra weight. :thumbdown:

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    I have a pallet rack on one side and a rolling ladder for access.

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    That isn't the V417 compact telehandler, it is my wife's Toolcat. :D

    For those newbies that haven't seen it, here it is with the 7' brush hog. Don't drool on your keyboard.:)

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    :D Yep, so good, so far.
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    It wouldn't matter, you'd probably be disinherited anyway. :laughing:

    But you could "play" with them in the meantime. :D
  8. Thread: Burning Brush

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    Re: Burning Brush

    My burn piles are mostly cedar trees and dead trees, so it doesn't take much diesel and the propane torch to get them going.

    I use this Website to pick days when the wind will be less than 10mph:...
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    I was gainfully employed for 34 years with good retirement plans and a 401k. Have been retired for 15 years and at 76 years old, well into my second childhood and in complete control of it. :thumbsup:
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    With a Tilt-Tach:

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    Re: Pole barn, what size?

    Mine is 30x40 with 12x12 doors at each end, so the summer breeze can blow through when I am in there working on something.

    Note the skylight panels on the side wall, They sure let in a lot of...
  12. Re: Why does forum display posts/thread on only 1/3 of screen?

    Here is one way to switch to the new design format: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/news-feedback/367180-screen-page-always-goes-page.html#post4509409
  13. Thread: Windows 10

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    Re: Windows 10

    Is there a way to turn off all of the live tiles at once?

    I have been doing it one at a time, when I see one updating.

    They use my Data Allowance on the satellite. :thumbdown:

    Any other ways...
  14. Thread: Windows 10

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    Tomorrow is the last day for Free Windows 10

    On Hughes Net so I started the Free Upgrade at 0450 this morning, to use the Bonus Bytes. Download said it was 3.933 GB, went back to bed, woke up about 0700, it finished at 0738.

    So far so good,...
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    Yep, with a front mount, you are driving a on smooth flat surface when pushing.

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    And you can also pull it in reverse and use the rippers if needed.

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    Yep, this 72" side discharge deck is just one of the many front mount attachments made for the 300 series Groundsmaster.

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    I guess you haven't seen the Grading scrapers made for skid steers:

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    Yep and the thread is in my signature.
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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    I guess that means my put together is a real machine :D

    The front axle does not pivot, the rear steering axle does.

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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Yep, lots of them.

    Click this: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/general-lawn-garden/250220-husqvarna-r322t-awd-mower-any.html


    Front mount TORO
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Copied from an Alamo brochure, the shaft is rotating same as tires:

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    Re: Brinly Moldboard plow question

    If you sell it, don't price it too low. There are a lot of Brinly Hardy collectors out there.

    Not to long after I posted pictures of my Brinly Hardy forks in my TORO + Loader thread, I received a...
  23. Re: how to install new bolts on my Andy 600 bush hall

    It is what a dumb smart phone calls a bush hog.
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    Re: Any odds on these Rock Tongs working?

    That is a very unusual hairy rock. How old is she? :D
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    Re: grease in a rotary cutter gear box?

    What is this statement based on? Have you used thixotropic grease? Have you seen any videos of it when it is flowing in a gear box, just like oil?

    Here is a video: JESCO/John Deere Corn Head...
  26. Rear Blade Re: Replacement blade for Bush Hog tilt grader blade Model 35-60

    Why not just straighten the blade?
  27. Re: The Biggest Dead Tree That I Have Pushed Over

    The wheel on the rod operates the 8" drain valve on the outflow system. I removed the silt from around it, so we could drain the pond.

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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    I have used a come along hooked to the top of the headache rack and plywood for heavy stuff to slide up into the bed of my truck.

    You might check out a ladder rack also:

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  29. Re: The Biggest Dead Tree That I Have Pushed Over

    The V417 does not have Frame Leveling like some full size telehandlers. It has a pivoting rear axle, like a tractor has a pivoting front axle. The solid front axle on the V417 makes it much more...
  30. Re: The Biggest Dead Tree That I Have Pushed Over

    Took the 5 branches to the north burn pile.

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    Compressing the pile, note full travel on the rear axle pivot :eek:

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  31. Re: The Biggest Dead Tree That I Have Pushed Over

    James is right about being under dead tree branches. Usually when I take pictures of pushing over a tree, I stand next to the V417, reach in to the joystick and extend the boom. This time on this...
  32. The Biggest Dead Tree That I Have Pushed Over

    It was dead when we moved here in October of 2011. Pictures from January 2015.

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    Early this month, the wind broke one limb off.

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    Re: CUT vs Skid Steer

    Yep, saw the original post right after it was posted, but didn't comment because he said CUT.

    My machine is a Compact Telehandler, it replaced a MF240D Utility Tractor.

    It has a SSQA and Aux...
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    Re: Off road dump trailer options

    I can post it for you: Sure Trac |

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    Re: Work UTV ... narrow down some choices please

    You're welcome, no issues with either one. Traded the gas engine in on the diesel, because we have an off road diesel tank to supply the other diesel machines here on the place.

    Haven't heard of...
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    Re: Field FOD through a front (thank God) tire

    Well this old man had to google FOD :o

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    Re: TBN Performance Issues

    The V logo has been here before.
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    Re: Work UTV ... narrow down some choices please

    We have had a gas and later a diesel. Great work machines, all aluminum frame and automatic four wheel drive and locking differentials, if needed. It is made for Bobcat by Club Car.

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    Re: Getting a stump knocker off a MX6

    You're welcome.

    Hope it works as good for you, as it does for me :thumbsup:
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    Re: Off road dump trailer options

    Since it is a craigslist ad in Columbus Ohio that will go away, here is what it is:

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    30 Ton Dump Wagon for Sale:
  41. Thread: 773G turbo

    by Xfaxman
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    Re: 773G turbo

    I guess not :(

    Probably should have had "homemade muffler" in the Title.

    Did you get yours made?
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    Re: Compact telehandler

    After I got the Versahandler, I have always wanted a set of six foot long forks for it. Not needed, just wanted.

    Guess what showed up almost six years later, on eBay at a price that I couldn't...
  43. Thread: Off-road flag

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    Re: Off-road flag

    Yep, 36" oil pipeline pipe. A friend cut it from scraps, to make a fire rings. The pipeline went through his dad's property several years ago.
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    Re: Screen page always goes to page bottom

    Here is one way to switch between the old design and the new design:

    Click "My Home" at the top of the page.

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    On the page that opens, click "General Settings".

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  45. Thread: Testing

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    Re: Testing

    You will have to try the new version and see for yourself.

    There are too many things not on the new version yet. I don't stay on the new version very long before I switch back to the Good old...
  46. Thread: Testing

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    Re: Testing

    This it what it looks like:

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    Sorry bout dat :D
  47. Thread: Testing

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    Re: Testing

    There are still several things not good about the new design, all concerns were brought up in the initial thread a year ago:...
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    Re: Screen page always goes to page bottom

    New style or old style? What operating system and browser?

    I am using Windows 8.1 and Chrome, never happened on the old style format.

    Trying the new style...
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    Re: TBN Performance Issues

    The Front Porch Forum is one of the ones not on the "New Style".

    The "First Unread Message" icon is not on the "Old Style".
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    Re: Getting a stump knocker off a MX6

    The grease in the gear box thread: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/271324-grease-rotary-cutter-gear-box.html
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    Re: Worst stuck pics

    Thanks for the videos, very interesting. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Worst stuck pics

    So how did you get them out?
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    Re: TBN Performance Issues

    Did you send him a PM?

    He probably hasn't seen your posts.
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    Re: V519 Compact Telehandler

    :laughing:

    Can't even order one yet.
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    ??? V519 Compact Telehandler

    Does anyone have any info on the new Bobcat V519?
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    Re: Compact telehandler

    Haven't posted any pictures of my heavy duty Pin Top Forks in this thread. I bought them from a fork lift repair shop in Oklahoma city many years ago to use on the three point hitch on my tractor.
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    Re: Grapple question for Kubota L3400?

    If you can store it on a dolly, it will be much easier to pin on.

    Here is my 4' pin on box blade on a dolly:

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  58. Thread: Grapple DIY

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    Re: Grapple DIY

    :thumbsup: Subscribed.
  59. Thread: Off-road flag

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    Re: Off-road flag

    I used that nifty idea many years ago on a work light. The other half of the coupler is screwed on a pipe, on a stand to hold the light up off of the ground.

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    Re: a WICKED GRAPPLE photo thread

    Not quite true, "Large" is the only one that cuts off the right side of pictures over 550 pixels wide.

    The sneaky part is it does it when you hit "Submit", It will look OK on "Preview", then be...
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    Re: a WICKED GRAPPLE photo thread

    Here is the small 600x638 posted "Full Size", Notice that it is not cut off on the right side, like "Large" did in the previous post.

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    Re: a WICKED GRAPPLE photo thread

    Your picture shows to be 2013x1681, when opened in a new tab, then right clicked and click Inspect.

    "Large" cuts off anything over about 550 pixels wide, this one is 600x638:

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    Here it...
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    Re: a WICKED GRAPPLE photo thread

    Thanks, it was! :thumbsup:

    Since the right side was not displayed in your post at first, I reposted your neat picture as "Full Size", so it can be seen without opening in a new tab.
  64. Re: Looking for plans to build forks for john deere tractor

    Did you keep the hydraulic cylinder and lift ability for the 3 point attachment?

    I got this at a farm auction many years ago when I had a tractor:

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  65. Re: Looking for plans to build forks for john deere tractor

    I also prefer the Pin Top forks. :thumbsup:

    These are 2"x2"x48" Block forks that I found on eBay, already had the frame:

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  66. Re: Looking for plans to build forks for john deere tractor

    Just in case the newbie OP doesn't know how to do the search, here are some of your posts:...
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    Sticky: Re: Photo Posting How To

    No, you don't need OneDrive. Just put the cursor where you want the picture to be in the post, then click the picture frame icon where I drew the arrow in the snip below:
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    That brings up...
  68. Thread: Toolcat F or G

    by Xfaxman
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    Buying Advice Re: Toolcat F or G

    Our F Series runs in low flow until you push the rocker switch to turn on hi-flow.

    You increase or decrease the RPM to get the needed flow in either mode.
  69. Re: How to Grapple without a Grapple - Pictures please

    Yep, it even has teeth like those other Wicked Attachments. :eek:
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    Comparison Re: Mf150 Or Mf240 which is better?

    The MF240 would be newer, made from 1980-1999 and 4WD opitional

    The MF150 was made from 1964-1975.

    This is the one that I used to have:

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  71. Re: How to Grapple without a Grapple - Pictures please

    Using the stump bucket to get rid of some trees in the pasture.

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    Pulled up the roots, found the balance point and no-grappled it to the pile that is in the...
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    Sticky: Re: Photo Posting How To

    My pictures are on Onedrive, I will try to post one from there, using my computer:

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    Seems to have worked. :thumbsup:

    This is the path:

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    Re: DIY Grapple Tines

    The tines on my Gorilla Grapple are different and work well for everything that I have used it on.

    I like that it doesn't have teeth on the ends, like my big grapple does.

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    Re: Toolcat 5610 series F Pictures

    Time for the occasional update, with some old pictures. :)

    Hauled in some fill dirt with the dumper, to fill the hole made to level the area for the horse barn.

    Used the V417 to spread and...
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    Toolcat: 5610 cutting brush.

    Using the brush hog in the Oklahoma jungle. :eek:

    Pictures taken from the drivers seat, with the air conditioning on. :D

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    Re: Thank you for the spam relief!!!

    I cannot find this "New Policy" anywhere on the TBN Website, can you or anyone else provide a link?
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    Re: Off road dump trailer options

    Much easier with a front hitch.

    You have to plan ahead and really concentrate. You can get the feel for it and practice with a shopping cart at the store, just turn it around and push it backwards...
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    Re: Thank you for the spam relief!!!

    First I have heard of this. Need more info, please.

    I did notice that I wasn't seeing spam posts like before.
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    Re: Help me make my trailer self loading

    Your 2nd idea is used by self loading Dumpers, but with hydraulics:

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  80. Re: Looking for plans to build forks for john deere tractor

    Here is their Website: Attachments for John Deere - Tractor Attachments

    You will have to verify that they will fit your loader.

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  81. Thread: Bobcat S175

    by Xfaxman
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    Re: Bobcat S175

    Yep, there is a Bobcat Tractor Forum and a Bobcat Construction Equipment Forum.

    Click this link for the skid steer forum: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/bobcat-construction-equipment/
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    Re: Any lubricant for undoing galvanized pipe?

    And just in case you don't know about Internal Pipe Wenches:

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    Re: Worst stuck pics

    Yep, switch to crab steer, turn the wheels toward the road, stick the forks in the ground, pull the reverse lever and extend the boom. :thumbsup:

    My V417 is about half that size and weighs about...
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    Re: Bumper pull deck over trailer advice

    I have owned many trailers in my long lifetime, but this is the one multi-use that I like the best. I use it for all the things that you mentioned, plus more.

    You can get it as a bumper pull. I...
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    Re: Can't find much info on this old tractor

    There is also a vintage Massey Ferguson Forum here on TBN: http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/massey-ferguson-classic-vintage/

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    Re: How Do You Hook Up Your Gooseneck?

    I put a magnet stick in front of the gooseneck ball, then looking in the center rear view mirror, back up, centering the stick on the hitch tube. Stop as soon as the stick moves from contacting the...
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    Re: broken bottom side glass

    Well you didn't say what Series or year it is.

    My 2013 5610, Series F Has the door glass glued on.

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    Rotary Cutter Re: Bobcat rotary cutters?

    Not seeing them on the web can be good. Most people don't make posts about good equipment, just problems.

    Since it has a Bobcat tag on it, parts should be no problem.

    $1100 looks life a real...
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    Flail Mower Re: Let's talk flail mowers

    Since the three point has to go on the front, would you leave the wheels on?

    Might be able to use a chain drive from the PTO shaft down to the gear box, depending on the direction of rotation...
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    Re: power beyond hookup question

    Where does this high pressure line come from?

    You may need to go from BYD, to where the high pressure line went.

    Pictures would help.
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    Re: 1968 CC 125 Renovation

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: Looking for a specific part

    I did an image search, Found this, click it: http://www.mytractorforum.com/16-simplicity-allis-chalmers-forum/145906-got-simplicity-7116-a.html

    Some pictures from the thread in the link:

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  93. Sticky: Re: PalletForks.com - 60" Grapple Buckets $1095 - 42" Pallet Forks $524 & More!

    Posts can only be edited during the 24 hours after posting. After that you can request a moderator to make changes or delete it.

    Glad they made everything right for you. :thumbsup:
  94. Loader Re: Ford 5610 with 777b loader, need to replace loader valve

    I should have been more specific, I didn't mean the pressure relief in the valve.

    I am not familiar with your tractor, but there may be a PRV at or near the pump.
  95. Loader Re: Ford 5610 with 777b loader, need to replace loader valve

    You said, It should still go up and down if the hoses are connected correctly.

    Where is the pressure relief and can you hear it open at 1500 pounds?
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    Re: Quality and Honest RV Repair in Oklahoma

    I just now saw this thread, so am probably too late. I will second Bird's recommendation of McClains.

    Address:
    I - 40W, Exit 143
    7110 W. Reno
    Oklahoma City, OK 73127
    Phone: (405) 789-4773
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    Re: What is going on here?

    I think it is just a shadow:

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    It lines up with the shadow on the tip of your thumb.
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    Re: Anyone bent their brush fork ?

    For raking with the top tines, it would be in this position, your tipping cylinders would be near full retraction, so not likley to bend the rods. The top tine cylinders would be fully extended, but...
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    Re: Hydraulic PHD ID and questions?

    Good deal: :thumbsup:

    Shouldn't be too hard to find cutting edges and a screw point, there only a few different styles of augers.
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    Re: Which Gooseneck Trailer?

    :thumbsup:
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