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    Re: Radiator Cap Issue on my 8N

    Does it make a difference which way it points?
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    Re: Friction Welding

    Iv done it on a lathe between aluminum and stainless steel 5/8" rod. Strong enuf to beat on a concrete floor. Finally broke it using a hammer. Some aluminum stayed on the SS.
  3. Re: Any Thoughts on This and Implications? Other States Could Follow?

    From the Oxford Dictionary of English:

    ,,Infringe - to break, injure, damage, make void
    1. To break, shatter (rare in a physical sense); to break down, crush, destroy: to foil, defeat, frustrate;...
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    Rotary Cutter Re: 305 Bush Hog 5'

    Yes, and to go a little further grass can take a lot of power but you can always slow down and make do fine with much less HP. Cutting trees OTOH causes huge retarding impulses each 180 of rotation...
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    Rotary Cutter Re: 305 Bush Hog 5'

    I agree in principle but have not been able to detect it in practice. I have experimented cutting at 540 and 748 pto speed in alternating circuits of a field. I can see no change in the...
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    Re: BX1870 floor pan

    Good idea. I just took the rubber mat off. I dont miss it.
  7. Re: Belleville washers for Kubota RC60-24B mower deck

    No. The washers are crushed flat by much less than the torque of installation. At that point they merely spread the flattened portion of the clamp force over a wider area than would a flat washer....
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    Re: need some help from any electricians!!!!

    KVA is essentially the same as KW. -- Dont know what they mean by KV. -- You should get enough for foreseeable future needs. I would want 200Amp service unless you are sure youll stay small and...
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    Re: Tie Rod Dust Cap Question...

    Due to high speed tractor operation it may be dangerous when play exceeds 1/8". With no boot they get up to about 1/16" play after around 2500 hrs.
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    Re: Help! Water under newly laid flagstones

    Falling water. Porosity. Hydraulics.
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    Re: Humidity Venting

    It sure does. Almost unbelievable, but if actually hotter just ventilate the basement to outside. Screen door / window etc.
  12. Re: BX blew hydraulic steering line - suggestions for those experienced with the fail

    I have experience with the BX1500, but probably the same as yours. The line that failed was the one that ran back on the left frame rail and connected to the HST unit just above the left axle. It...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    Does the Fiat have an aluminum head/block? Aluminum expands fast. Could explain a head gasket sealing quick. :confused3:
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    Thanks for checking back. ... Your problem is with the engine. Much in line with the post quoted below. I am puzzled that a cold leakdown on the cooling system did not show loss of pressure. ... And,...
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    Re: Logging winch cable memory

    Only marginally. ... When it starts to fray replace it.
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    Re: Logging winch cable memory

    Appreciable tension combined with the added stress of flexing it into the wrap. This can overstress the portion of each strand that is on the outer part of the curve resulting in slight bending and...
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    Re: Knew it was coming

    My 7520 has an Exide. ... 10 yrs so far.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v474/spyderlake/emoticons/Bloodykeyboard.gif
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    Yeah, parsing descriptors is tuf in a single iteration. I hope OP, Dirk, comes back. He seems to be looking at the right stuff and yet the description seems not to mesh well with his evidence.
    ...
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    Re: Bush Hog crazy wheel revisited.......

    Addressing that slight twist couldnt hurt
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    No. OK.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    The tractor still presses down on the wheels with the same force, but if theyre further out that force levers harder on the bearing pairs on each rear axle. A longer lever pushes up/down harder even...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    When he says "blows" it out Im imagining a quick effect. Doesnt fit with expansion.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    That was the point as to why your Hulk example was not realistic to the real situation [in which a tractor is centered between its support points - wheel/wheel.] It was not centered for Hulk. Ref 2nd...
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    You really need to know the spacing between each axle bearing pair, and the placement of wheel center wrt the outer bearing to get a good handle on % load increase. ... The proportion increase in...
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Wrong. ... It would be true if only one wheel were extended. - - That would place the suspended weight [tractor] off center tho. This would result in a higher proportion of load borne by the wheel...
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    ,,,,,,,,,,,When talking to yourself, try not to contradict.
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    Re: Bush Hog crazy wheel revisited.......

    ... Also, it appears the pivot collar is twisted a little sideways from perpendicular. This is contributory. Try to make it as near perpendicular to the bushog body in the left/right plane as...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    When you start it cold, how soon does the water start to come out? How long before the leakage stops?
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    The flaw here is that in real life both wheels are extended outward. Not like Hulks cheater on one side only.
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    Re: Why so much titan attachments hate?

    The answer to the OP has been stated. If the fit problem is ongoing, no amount of good luck experiences is relevant to that issue.
  32. Thread: axle bolts

    by SPYDERLK
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    Tires Re: axle bolts

    Axial length of an extension does not affect torque of a manual torque wrench. Assuming OP is not extending an impact wrench an extension would be no problem.
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    Re: PTO Shaft - OK if I'm 3/4" short?

    This is impossible of course. ... It is an adaptation of a smaller spline to give a larger spline. -- A "bushing".
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    ,,,,:thumbsup:,,,,leverage.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Additional load comes from additional torque as the wheel is relocated further out.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    No. The 1000# load is borne as a torque acting via the axle; upward on the outer axle bearing and downward on the inner. The further out the wheel the more the force on each bearing. The outer...
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    Re: catastrophic rim failor

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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Story 2 is off topic. Theres no reason an on topic poster would entertain topic 2 in any other than a cautionary mode if not ignoring it entirely.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    You included the OP but did you read it? The original design provides adjustment and presumably design margin to allow for the greater stresses. Beyond the the OEM adjustment width is where one...
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    Re: catastrophic rim failor

    Strengthen your assembly in this way. Its easy and effective. ... Flange head bolts would also be a good investment.

    Taking out of 4wd will present dangerous possibilities some unforeseen.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    OP has posed the question on the condition of the tire contact width the same, but attached to the axle in a dished in or dished out mode. [Appropriate spacers would be used to accomplish this for...
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Incorrect. The conditions on the tractor are equivalent to one another. They are not equivalent to the entirely different setup of your ruler comparison.
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    Re: catastrophic rim failor

    Some of this is specific for chamfered bolt holes. The use of washers on OPs wheels indicates his wheels do not have chamfered holes.
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    Re: catastrophic rim failor

    Yes. ... Use Grade 8 flat washers to spread out the bolting clamp force over more of the wheel metal. This will strengthen the assembly.
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    Tires Re: A physics question of leverage

    Yes. Same.
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    Re: Pallets in fields

    ... Started with an issue. Devolved to nonsense. It was closed.
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    Re: Pallets in fields

    ,,,,,,,,,,Its a thread in the front porch forum. Closed because of its waste of bandwidth.
  48. Re: How much weight can safely be suspended from center of 2"x2" square tube 9' long?

    Good point. Std is ~ ?40KSI?. I imagine higher strengths are available. These would have a greater elastic limit allowing more deflection before bending.
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    Re: Slip Clutch maintenance.

    If it slips at all, all disks will slip. Their friction effect is additive and the motion of the friction disks is not independent from one another.
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    Re: Pallets in fields

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/front-porch/300557-number-posts-dont-change.html[/QUOTE],,,,,,,,,,
  51. Re: How much weight can safely be suspended from center of 2"x2" square tube 9' long?

    Elastic limit does not change.
  52. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    The foamed soap "Method" is surprisingly good alone. With just a little Fast Orange added its even better. The foam keeps the grit there so it can work longer.
  53. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    FWIW I have found, and noticed in others, that wearing gloves will make a bigger mess. The cause is losing the tactile feel of the mess as it occurs -- as well as the dexterity. ... A finger wiped...
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    Re: Why so much titan attachments hate?

    ... Here is the reason stated fairly completely. The inconvenience of the fix at a shop is waaay more than a few dollars.
    ,,,,,,,A tip on fork adjustment: Raise the loader enuf so you can curl the...
  55. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    What post?
  56. Re: HELP!!! - Box Blade Breaking sway bar links on tractor........

    ,,,,,,,,,:thumbsup: ... :thumbsup: ... HUGE amount of diverting info in the thread. Try to ignore it. This is the answer.

    ... The concept weakness of vernier stabilizers is that they can come...
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    Re: American made chain and hooks

    Hooks say USA. :thumbsup: ... The current China hooks use a huge [7/16] clevis pin in the 5/16 GR70 hook. Apparently a cost cut but ridiculous since it causes problems with some chain.
  58. Re: Tractors and Grease . . how to make it less messy.

    Cut the end off an old white cotton sock and use it to sheath the grease gun body. Youll be surprised how much grease they will absorb before they must be replaced.
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    Re: BX23 radiator failure

    Doubt alternate type is available as the market is so small. How many hours? If it it just seeping under pressure you might get a couple more years out of it by adding a teaspoon of household grade...
  60. Re: Kioti ck2610 66" bucket or 60" "heavy duty" bucket?

    Narrow, but wide enough to clear a path for the front wheels.
  61. Re: 3 pt linkage only jerks upward when lever fully activated

    Does the 3ph have a draft function? Be sure it is turned OFF for normal 3ph operation.
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    ... The very best method. No point in fooling around.
  63. Thread: Seriously?

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    Re: Seriously?

    Keeps your immune system in practice.
  64. Re: Anyone actually flipped a HST CUT pulling from the 3pth?

    Why not? :
  65. Re: Anyone actually flipped a HST CUT pulling from the 3pth?

    Were you pulling from the fixed drawbar of the tractor ... or from something on the 3ph?
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    Re: Why so much titan attachments hate?

    No loader issues there. :)
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    Re: Why so much titan attachments hate?

    Thats the problem. ... Fit affects function to the extent that the loader can be damaged from poor fit conditions. A very high price to pay by the unwary. If you only ever lift, the loose fit...
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    Re: Fluid filled rear tires

    The rubber is foamed/ bubbles incorporated, so it has localized compressibility. The trouble is the bubbles at the bump site will pinch shut and since the foam cant flow the tire gets real hard...
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    Re: Why so much titan attachments hate?

    They, in the past at least, have been a sloppy fit on the SSQA and have required shimming at the lower pin slots. In some cases if this is not done the attachment escapes the pin on one side and...
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    Re: Fluid filled rear tires

    Foam is heavy. But it doesnt ride as well as fluid.
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    Re: Bush Hog/Rotary Mower use question

    Drag a railroad tie behind the disk.
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    Re: Bush Hog/Rotary Mower use question

    The body on the Howse light duty lacks torsional rigidity. Ive seen the bodies form into a twisted plane as stresses accumulate from use. ... There is room immediately behind the front skirt up...
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    Re: generlink, anyone used one?

    From what Ive read it must have the 3 wire 240V. ... The splitphase setup most homes have. It will not work on 120.

    My main worry -- other than no detailed functional info -- is that you have to...
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    Re: generlink, anyone used one?

    From what Ive read it must have the 3 wire 240V. ... The splitphase setup most homes have. It will not work on 120.

    My main worry -- other than no detailed functional info -- is that you have to...
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    Re: generlink, anyone used one?

    Yeah, DPDT would do it as you say. Lit says however, that it doesnt switch back to utility power until gen is turned off. I dont know whether that means disconnected, as in removing their special...
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    Re: generlink, anyone used one?

    The info I can find on the Generlink makes no sense. Does anybody have access to complete coherent info on how it functions?
    Thanks?
  77. Re: small electric pressure washers - what's currently good?

    About how much have you used it? I have a different PW with that feature and the feature stopped working after a few hrs use. I have to run and press the switch off now.

    Thanks!
  78. Thread: Bent drawbars

    by SPYDERLK
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    Re: Bent drawbars

    My JD 2010 is the only tractor I have with a stepped drawbar. Its 60s vintage tho. It may be cost factor as the cause for the move to more of the straight ones. Check with JD anyway. Maybe they can...
  79. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    What?
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    Re: Pallets in fields

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/front-porch/300557-number-posts-dont-change.html
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    Re: Just bought a bush hog, what to look for??

    Re: Just bought a bush hog, what to look for?? ... Look for the bushog. Once you see it let us know.
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    Re: Tire size? 4wd Lead/Lag

    Whatever you do be sure the front tires lead - ie, try to pull the tractor faster than the rears will let it go. This assures good handling and more responsive turning because the fronts arent...
  83. Traction Re: Kubota M6800 With Cab...Front Differential Hard to Lock In

    engage while in motion
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    Re: Air Compressor

    Sorta. I think all claims are not under the same conditions. For instance - a 5HP motor will put out 7.5HP ... so maybe theyre doing that and have reported the wrong running amps. They havnt...
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    Re: Air Compressor

    After perusing the site I cant find enough continuity in the mfg info to say anything for sure. I did find that that compressor [APP2V0732S] is listed as a 7.5HP unit. Apparently it can be run at...
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    Re: Air Compressor

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Nope




    ,,,,,,,Explanatory Details from the mfg:

    5HP 2 Cylinder Single Stage Air Compressor Pump
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    Re: Air Compressor

    ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Nope
  88. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    They shoulda put that one on the test. Ida missed another one.
  89. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    I got the same. Missed some dates and names. ... Also, I thought volcanoes put out more CO2 than human activity. A surprise to be told otherwise.
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    In terms of 50yrs pressure, water, and ground burial, what is the alternative? ... Stainless Steel?
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    Re: Air Compressor

    According to its specs that CFM delivery requires the max rated compressor rpm and its takes a 7.5 HP motor to do it. Volumetric efficiency is about 53%.
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    Is the meter measuring flow quantity? - or controlling/starting/stopping flow? If start stop you will have significant pressure surges if the [long] water column is stopped quickly.
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    Re: Quirky steering on CK2510

    Its the hydrostatic steering. No direct link between the steering wheel and the steered wheels. ... I have a similar problem with my 7520 Mahindra. It seems, in essence, that there is a good fluid...
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    http://www.centennialplastics.com/assets/files/Specs/CenFloHDPE_4710_3608_CenFloMDPE_2708.pdf

    ,,, ... I dont understand the problem caused by the meter.
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    I think this is exactly right. It seems the problem with poly is that "anybody" can do it, including the ones that cant empty the boot unless the instructions are on the heel. It is actually the...
  96. Re: Climate change: Is your opinion informed by science? Take our quiz!

    Did you read the reason the Antarctic is showing greater sea ice?
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    Re: 3 point hitch adjustment?

    Oil it.
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    Re: 4010 steering cylinder stripped!

    BOTH sides should be threaded all the way in and tightened to the cyl rod. Those threads moved back and forth during steering and wore out. Just a good clean up and threading completely together...
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    Re: 250' water line: got some questions

    Odd. What is the failure mode of black poly?
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    Re: External Sprag Clutch

    Yes, they are available. My drum mower has one built into its pto shaft.
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