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    Re: TESLA all electric for towing...

    The CV on my car can be shifted to a lower gear. I shift down when going down a long grade, to save on the brakes. Wonder why they didn't make that available on the Highlander?
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    Sticky: Re: Jinman has passed.

    Rest in Peace Jim.
  3. Re: Multirotors / Quadcopters / otherwise known a DRONES

    How will he determine that it is directly overhead?
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    Re: Cell/internet reception in marginal areas

    My situation is similar. Sat for tv and verizonwireless for internet. Used wireless for many years thru sprint and verizon. Recently went to something called home fusion but i believe they package...
  5. Re: US Forest Service is using surveillance cameras on public lands

    I shouldn't laugh at this but it did tickle my funny bone.
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    Re: New to me dump trailer

    Very Nice!

    I'd like to have one, maybe just a little bit smaller though.
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    Re: A gift for your angle grinder

    That's how i have it too. I change the disc or what ever and drop the wrench and or nut back in the drawer. Or if out in the field, drop everything back in the job box, except when i drop it on the...
  8. Re: Multirotors / Quadcopters / otherwise known a DRONES

    You know all about this but to repeat your statement about safety issues, the Li Ion used in RC are usually made as light as possible, with as high an energy density as possible, because of that,...
  9. Re: Multirotors / Quadcopters / otherwise known a DRONES

    Heck if it just fell out of the air after flying straight up for 30 minutes would be a big problem.
  10. Re: 5 dangerous things you should let your kids do

    Quote Originally Posted by chucko View Post
    Drive a tractor


    Now you've gone too far!! :confused2:
  11. Oil & Fuel Re: What should I do for having to run tractor with choke pulled out?

    Nice write up, Island!

    I had similar problems and basically started at the carburetor and went to the fuel tank. I cleaned a lot of crap out of the carb, replaced the fuel filteruel filter, ended...
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    Re: The downside of a tilting seat

    Nice write up, thanks for sharing!
  13. Thread: wind power???

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    Re: wind power???

    ~~~ Lol
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    Re: Probably not an overload

    +1 Sweeeeet!
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Since you are lumping us all together, nothing wrong with power generation using coal if they would apply the technology to existing stacks and digging it up didn't level mountains and fill in...
  16. Thread: Stuck

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    Re: Stuck

    Obviously you were going too slow when entering the bog, if you kept at your normal 50-60 mph mowing speed, im sure you would have hydroplaned right across.
  17. Thread: Stuck

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    Re: Stuck

    And it keeps on coming...
  18. Thread: Stuck

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    Re: Stuck

    My wife takes delight in pointing out the obvious to me. :laughing:
  19. Re: Draft-control valve replacement fixes all kinds of things

    Poor Carl....and his PT. :*(
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    Re: Hello from Canada

    Welcome from down south. :)
  21. Re: Hello from Washington State

    Welcome from alittle north of you.

    I don't own diesel, but learn all you can about how to store it in a high humidity environment. One would think that a place called Brush Prairie would be kinda...
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    Re: Well, now that was embarassing

    Man, your karma is getting polished as well.
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    Re: Well, now that was embarassing

    Pre filter?? Good thing Terry was at the phone!

    Thanks for the great photos as well.
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    Re: Tram slower in forward than reverse

    Still raining. I won't have to worry about watering the garden at least. :)
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    Re: Tram slower in forward than reverse

    I had a similar situation and it turned out that a bolt that hold the hydraulic motor had backed out far enough that it was rubbing against the hub the tires mount on. It feel like the PT was...
  26. Re: Would You Stick Your Finger Into a Table Saw Running at Speed?

    I agree in principal to you what i think you are alluding to, people not taking responsibility for their actions and leaving it to others to pay for their being irresponsible, but did the ryobi thing...
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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Good to hear.
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    touche, or more to your liking touchet
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    You can find places such as that, anywhere, actually what killed those areas, off is the high level of accumulated toxins made people move out and made it too expensive for anybody to move in and...
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Nah, they were experimenting with electric cars way before the GW issue came up, and i don't mean back in the horse and buggy years. Back then it was more of a pollution and conservation of...
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Interesting article.
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    Re: Sambar Deer problem

    The picture looked ok to me.
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    Re: Chain saw safety

    Very Nice!

    Thanks for the idea and link.
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    Re: Chain saw safety

    And then the fight was on. :laughing:
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    Re: Remove your hitch.

    I guess i never realized that hitches were such a divisive subject. I figured people that left them in, used them a lot, and or didn't bother to take them out, and people that took them out, didn't...
  36. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Glad to hear you alright. I grew up on the East side of the state and did a number of wild fires back in the day. The wind can be a really scarey situation. The heat of the weather and fire can be...
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    Re: Strange things your pets do.

    One day, my wife and i went out to dinner on my birthday. We came home and my dog met us at the door and tried to cajole us to go to bed, hopping and jumping toward the bed room. Being 6pm we...
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    Re: In a small town WA

    That's not far from here.

    Welcome aboard!
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    Re: Despicable hunter shoots rare animal

    That's justified though. Self defense!
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    Re: Deutz Timing Belt

    Looks like your club is coast to coast already.
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    Re: Link to stump grinder project

    Probably a good name for it. :)
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    Re: Welding cylinders explosion

    Holy Cow, you acted with real restraint!
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    Re: Remove your hitch.

    I can't imagine someone would go to the trouble to remove the receiver, unless to put on another vehicle.
  44. Thread: sponge bob

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    Front-End Loader Re: sponge bob

    Lol, yes i remember watching spongebob squarepants with my son. He was 25 though, he did a stint as a nanny and the kids he was caring for watched it all the time. I found it quite entertaining.
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    That will probably be better then the re-bar.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Building Quick Attach Plates

    Nice looking table!
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    Re: rustoleum and durability

    Nice write-up on your technique. :thumbsup:
  48. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    That must be some tasty bone!
  49. Thread: wood stoves

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    Re: wood stoves

    Nice looking stove!
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    Re: New to the forum from Olympia, WA

    Welcome aboard :)
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    Re: Despicable hunter shoots rare animal

    Man, we're in trouble, i eat steak from time to time. Time to get out the zombie bait.
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Now for the facts...
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    Re: Making the PT Seat more comfortable

    My seat is starting to get a little thin in the foam too. Im pretty short so haven't hit my head while in the seat and just a few time while getting in or out, but i've pretty much learned where the...
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    Re: Tree felling done right.

    Really! Physics at work.
  55. Re: Question (maybe dumbest of the day) about Attachments/Implements

    It does if she tells ya to wipe your feet first.
  56. Re: Question (maybe dumbest of the day) about Attachments/Implements

    I guess if you were dragging them along the ground as the principle use, it would be an implement, an example would be a plow. I don't know for a fact though.
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    I have to say, i misread your last sentence to read 'the same dose as cat scat', I thought you were referring to kitty litter as the culprit.
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    Re: Remove your hitch.

    LOL, taking the fall.
  59. Re: Would You Stick Your Finger Into a Table Saw Running at Speed?

    I wonder if they could make one for a framing hammer.:laughing: I hit the tip of my index finger while it was sitting on the edge of a 2x6. It looks ok now but feeling is messed up.
  60. Re: Would You Stick Your Finger Into a Table Saw Running at Speed?

    Im not sure i could even bring myself to use someone else finger, but i sure wish they weren't so expensive.
  61. Re: Replacement DURABLE attachment caster wheels for T-8 series???

    Thanks for the link for carefree. They look like they have higher load rating and more square profile. I'll see if i can get some identification on the tire i have, to verify model.

    Ok, . check...
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    Re: What is this aircraft?

    Like Eric said!
  63. Re: Replacement DURABLE attachment caster wheels for T-8 series???

    I started with tubeless and not surprising but couldn't keep a seal, went to tubes, flats, added slime, flats and tore off valve stems and pushed off rim. Then flat free. So far last the longest...
  64. Re: Replacement DURABLE attachment caster wheels for T-8 series???

    That's been my biggest issue now, pushing tires off the rim. Im sure having irregular bumpy ground, mowing into really heavy brush doesn't help. I've thought something like a heavy gauge disc along...
  65. Re: Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong

    Actually i do enjoy girls beach volleyball.:laughing:
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    Re: Making the PT Seat more comfortable

    That sure looks comfy. I'd be temped to pull the PT into the front room to watch telly from it.:laughing:
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    Re: 425 Dust Cap and Plugs sizes

    Yes, thanks for that link!
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    Re: Power Trac 418 Tire fell off!!!

    Pretty much how i leave my PT, engine off, FEL in float.
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    Re: Tree felling done right.

    Ugh. I'd pass on that experience.
  70. Re: Well, Frig. Still have an electrical issue.

    Here's some examples for amp meters. You could use a shunt resistor across your meter leads.

    Shunt Resistor
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    Re: Tree felling done right.

    <---------- Me too, the ground. :laughing:
  72. Re: Acceptable Stress in final welds for mild steel

    Good posts, thanks for the lesson!

    When i don't understand something simple like what is a 'welding tip' or 'suscious mindset', i found i can use my mouse to highlight it then 'right' click and...
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    Re: One more time...

    So the Lucas Hydraulic Oil Booster improve the viscosity and shear stability of the UTF?
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    Re: Hydraulic Stall Behavior

    Possibly pressure relief in parallel with the motor?

    Says the complete hydraulic noob....spell checker fixed hydraulic for me.
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    Re: One more time...

    I think even i was able to follow that.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Neighbor attacked by Pit Bulls

    For sure! So keep that in mind the next time you kiss your wife or significant other. :laughing:
  77. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    Your blue male looks alot like ours. How much does he weigh?
  78. Thread: Damsil fly

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    Re: Damsil fly

    Lol, Good come back! Your picture meet my expectations, but you seem to be pretty interested in photography so thought you could handle a little input. I appreciate your pictures and enjoy looking...
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    Re: 425 Dust Cap and Plugs sizes

    Those look pretty good! Now just need to find affordable source.

    Never mind, i must have been looking at Nasa spec ones. :eek:
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    Re: Making the PT Seat more comfortable

    Rubber bushings seem like a relatively easy upgrade.
  81. Thread: Damsil fly

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    Re: Damsil fly

    I love your photos! Great bokeh!

    Could you work on your detail? Maybe focus?

    Keep that picts coming. :thumbsup:
  82. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    He looks like a real rascal! :)
  83. Re: Man dies in Michigan after farm tire exploded

    Condolences to his family and friends.

    Like Dave says, it's dangerous and they have cages for that, though this individual may not been aware of them.
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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Yes, i almost spit my cacha軋 out.
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    Re: Helpful neighbor!

    Yes, i almost spit my cachaça out.
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    Re: Hydraulic Stall Behavior

    my 422 will stall when pushed too hard.
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    Re: Power Trac 418 Tire fell off!!!

    That should be an interesting picture. :rolleyes:
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    Re: 425 Dust Cap and Plugs sizes

    Somebody on here said they also use plastic bags on the connectors to help keep things clean.
  89. Thread: Pergola Wobbly

    by cqaigy2
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    Re: Pergola Wobbly

    That looks pretty pergola. I like the post on top like that too. They rot off too quick when set in concrete.
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    Re: Still have the electrical short issue

    I wonder if you could use a small ceramic capacitor across the coil, pretty cheap, tough and not too worried about high reverse voltages and i have some of those too. I never thought about being...
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    Re: Chain saw safety

    Yes, i think my chaps are quit stylish too! :laughing:
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Yes, Subaru.

    You might want to put a good coat of varnish down on the duct tape before waxing.

    Reminds me of my first car, Rambler American. Cost one hamburger and $35 dollars. It came with a...
  93. Re: Patio firepit and grill enclosure built with pavers

    I'd be concerned with the heat breaking down the pavers too, but seeing bigtiller's 10 year old setup, they seem pretty durable and looks nice too.
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    Re: Still have the electrical short issue

    I sure hope your journey to a functional PT is at it's end, for now anyway. :)

    Nice explanation on the solenoids and grounding issues Peter.
  95. Re: Do/Did you let your under aged kids drink alcohol?

    That's a choice one must make but i don't believe it's an either or situation, meaning i have to let a bunch of children get drunk at my place or find them in the ditch, dead, im assuming you mean. ...
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    Re: So much for a Nissan Leaf!

    Not quit the same thing, but my car has a green sticker on it that says 'PZEV'. Means Partial Zero Emission Vehicle, Im assuming if you compare the amount of fuel i'm burning to go a mile, to a well...
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    Re: Critters captured on camera

    We have many Great Blue Herons around, they are completely clumsy when landing in trees too. More like they fly at them and land by running into the branches.
  98. Re: Do/Did you let your under aged kids drink alcohol?

    We just had someone prosecuted for contributing to the delinquency of minors for letting kids drink alcohol at their place. Your still responsible for what those kids do in your basement. Unless...
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    Re: Bob & Sue from Redmond, OR

    Welcome aboard. Lotsa knowledgeable people here.
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    Re: Expanding the apiary

    I used to be hobby apiarists some years ago and in a part of the country that got fairly cold. I always left at least 2 full sized brood supers for over wintering as well. Bees did real well into...
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