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    Re: lightning strike?

    Agree on all points, esp parts underscored. Big elm lightning rod here has wide expanses of bare wood showing where successive strikes have deterred healing of the bark.
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Proud to drive '5 over' ahead of someone who won't pass me?? Ever doing that to p__ them off? ok (wow)
    Admit I'm not ashamed to drive '5-under' when no one is in sight behind me. :confused3:

    I...
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    Re: Texting while driving

    But isn't there always someone in front of you not going enough over the speed limit just to wreck it for everyone else?

    (oh wait, that's me ... sorry ...)

    :laughing:

    "Followers" ride your...
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Texting means never having to be bored when you're just driving somewhere.

    Meanwhile, modern freeway mentality is alive and well. 'Course made good' is a matter of passing more vehicles than...
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    Re: Texting while driving

    'Drinking' drivers are at least trying to look where they're going.

    'Texting' drivers are deliberately looking elsewhere and IMO are much scarier to ponder.

    btw, :welcome: polebarntips. We've...
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    Re: Pipe saddle

    Best to avoid 'carbide-tipped' with a hand-held drill. Mill or rigid drill press to maintain alignment lest carbides (tips) fracture at the slightest wobble.

    For a big enough job I agree that a...
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Understand that VFDs and CPVs are apples and oranges, the former being oversold IMO for the presumed benefit of energy savings. Watt/hp remains pretty much the same regardless of voltage or phase...
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    Re: Jena Finally Killed a Mole!

    Love the photo! That stance seems to say, "I'll do it again any time I want to." :thumbsup:

    Proven once again: A woman doesn't need a gun to get even, just a reason. ;)

    Congrats, Jena & Kevin!!
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    Pulled a pump last year and ground the SS case open to see what 'went South'. Plates/impellers were of a hard clear plastic that looked/felt like polystyrene or acetate. Couldn't tell if either were...
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    Re: wHAT ABOUT DIXON O TURNS

    Expect the CI 'cups' to be smooth as if polished, but when replaced cones were new (and on the 36") some water would stick to them at cleanup time. (I clean, they don't) On the 42" cones look/feel...
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    Re: Well Drilled - Results

    To better understand the pressure/power confusion consider your vacuum cleaner with hose connected to 'blow'. When you plug the hose (deadheading it) the motor revs higher due to the reduced o'all...
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    Re: Humidity Venting

    IIRC, Michigan building codes require 'atmospheric venting' on all new builds, and they're typically piped to mechanical room so high-efficiency furnaces and power-vent water heaters don't backdraft...
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    Re: wHAT ABOUT DIXON O TURNS

    Thanks, Walt! Seems your generosity is exceeded only by your credentials. :)

    For any that wonder about this tidbit the cone drive is a friction-contact V-S drive system, with friction mat'l...
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    Re: wHAT ABOUT DIXON O TURNS

    Had my '96 4221's cone drive biz refreshed a few yrs ago but BIL ran it a bit hard since (~2 1/2 ac, for two yrs) and apparently glazed the new cones. Neighbor just repowered a '97 3662 and its drive...
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    Backhoe Re: Dug up first stump

    Guy I ground stumps for last week just texted and asked for 'dinomite', called a 15" dia stump 'big'. Said 'tricky' because it's so 'close to the water'. I asked if he preferred 'messy' to 'tricky'....
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    Re: Homestead Iowa tractor identity

    Looks to me like the 'smaller' TC 17-28. (5.6L, thru' 1935)

    TractorData.com Twin City 17-28 tractor information
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    Re: Sign of a poor farmer

    Perhaps all three, as planned/proposed. :mur:

    IIRC, scrap was all of $1C/ton at the time (~15 tons). I took $5C out of pity for their hasty flub.

    How quickly to go from 'workable' to 'white...
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    Re: Sign of a poor farmer

    I sold my dragline 5 or so yrs ago. Fellas wouldn't load the Erie 15B with 35' boom on (as when brought here) so decided to cut lose its connecting bolts with a chainsaw-type w/'rubber wheel' cutter...
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    Re: Dead Racoons?

    Well, at least you found the good kind of raccoons. :D

    Could/did you check for bullet holes? Farmer-shot 'coons do head for the boonies, and often die slowly from fatal wounds.

    I love to trap...
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    Backhoe Re: Dug up first stump

    Soft white poplar stumps that size that I dug out took days, since they were fresh-killed and the roots too much for the mini-BH. Wish I'd had the ripper tooth back then, but I'd have been switching...
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    Re: Humidity Venting

    Same here. Also firearms in safes and the reloading bench. Learned a long time ago that basements are moisture magnets no matter how they are vented. (see post #21 ;))



    ^^ This. (Dry-appearing...
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    Re: Dreaded 1715 Clutch Lock Up

    There should be an oval access port on the left side to check the clutch's second stage adjustment. You might be able to jiggle something loose from there if you can easily rotate the engine/clutch...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    "immediately" :scratchchin:

    If I suspected a tiny head-gasket leak (that closes during warmup) I'd want to check head bolt torque, then do a cold compression/leakdown test on the cylinders...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    As an engine warms up, and with no radiator airspace provided I'm imagining (:rolleyes: ... :laughing:) up to half a gallon 'spurting'? out in a handful of minutes. Since it must overcome the cap's...
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    Re: Compression in radiator

    Your auto recycler should have an expansion tank that would fit under your hood and connect to the radiator's overflow pipe. (need not be at radiator level, but it helps to be) Add 50/50 or...
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    Re: Tank needs a caption

    "Military approves new rapid deployment system for armored vehicles. Troop version in early tests."

    "WARNING: Remove pin before launching!"

    Only one owner!
    Off-road rated!
    Drive it home...
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    Re: Hydraulics Mystery...

    "What Leejohn said." ^^ btw, 3 line/fitting sizes, or optical illusion? Tractor has 12 GPM pump flow, yes?.

    I'll risk any backlash by suggesting 1/2" min lines/fittings for 12 GPM and 3/8" only...
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    Re: 15% ethanol!?!?

    Another example of gov't cowtowing to idealists and other 'dogooders' who think 4 yrs of college teaches them more than decades of experience in the real world. Can you say 'datta' or 'processeese'?...
  29. Re: What/how to dig this evergreen ground cover.

    Fine texture looks like a moss to me too, resembling micro-scale Dwarf Alberta Spruce when viewed up close. (I have lots of what appears to be the same.) Would indicate a low soil PH and I'd check...
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    Re: new & frustrated

    Here is an attempt to maximize weight and distance behind the rear axle. It isn't nearly enough, so no prob standing the Deere up on the front wheels at 1000 rpm idle.
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    It IS a lot better...
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    Re: How to rid Coyote's

    Fishers are a subspecies of marten, and a tough one at that. Bigger than weasel or ferret, smaller that a badger and far more agile, mean as a mink when hungry or killing a coop full of ___ as if to...
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    Buying Advice Re: Backhoe thumb and ripper

    I thought my Hound Dog ripper was a bit pricey ... until I used it. Kinda doubt that shortcuts to save a few bucks would satisfy in the long run. Being fitted to a popular machine (Terramite T5C)...
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    Re: tv antenna

    I put up a similar one (<$50, w/rotor & amp, one outlet) for a neighbor around Christmas time. He stuck a mirror on a stump outside a window near/'neath the tower.and can see which direction it is...
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    Re: SCID PLATE THOUGHTS

    MT, used the 'hook' today, I did, digging up stray autumn olive and some elm saplings by the roots. (it never ends)
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    btw, I had to go a bit beyond MIE's std 'worksheet' when ordering...
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    Re: Boom Cylinder Drift T5C

    Symptoms described and action in the video suggests to me that it's not a result of low oil level and/or foaming, although IIRC the boom lift cyl is first in line in the circuit. (15w40 spec'd for T5...
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    Re: SCID PLATE THOUGHTS

    Not much area to cover under a T5C, mostly the main pump, torquemotor, and a few hoses. I suggest that 3/8" would be plenty HD. IMO, useful weight gained may be neglible if noticeable at all....
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Fluid Film

    I got my 2 gal 'kit' (#2) and info from "Kellsport Products" Fluid Film Rust Protection. Amazon has the product too, but KS has the details and videos that encouraged me to try the setup. First coat...
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    Re: Loading a Zero Turn Mower on a trailer

    My car hauler has 'ladder' type ramps. Once, when loading the little Dixon 'forward' (4221, mechanical drive) a tiny front wheel dropped into a ramp's 'gap'. Drive's 'friction cones' had plenty of...
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    Re: Good Bench Vise Recommendations

    Uh, ~$1,200 for a new #600 'Bullet' most anywhere so, yeah ... you just about stole it. :dance1:

    btw, I don't see copious hammer dings on handle, jaws, or the 'anvil' portion. You could nearly...
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    Re: terramite backhoe thumb

    :welcome: AustinVideoman and mytonka! (nice thumb, btw!)

    Guys, AV's tractor doesn't look like a T5. Looks like a T7 from what I can tell. That said, wheel-bolt patterns aren't too oddball for...
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    Re: Electric clutch

    Check your engine model for charging output. <10A might not keep the battery up with blades engaged. Engines meant for E-PTO typically provide 15A or more, so consider replacing a charging coil too...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Fluid Film

    Kroil stinks to high heaven (naphthalene and turps, I suppose) but IMO tops blaster, given soak-time and re-applied as needed. (evaporates quickly) Expect some to 'creep' out of the bottom seam of...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    Uh we're kinda hijacking, but please look me up if you come this way. (~1 hr W of the bridge) From past PMs I suspect we have much more in common than differences. (Buick, Deere, 'BTDT', occasional...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    Uh, so far I only type numbers into my flip phone. The screen is about 1 1/4" x 1 1/2". If it has internet I don't know how to log on. But maybe you could show my how to get it to do that. (don't...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    I'm flattered, but what code? I didn't mention any. (I'm not a real person either, just a 'bait-bot'. :D)

    btw, should I repeat this for impact? :)

    tee-oh-gee
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    IMO, this is easily as important as our suggestions, questions, and examples. (A really good thread title (:salute:) will get views from ___ in cyberspace, and ought to stand out a bit and be...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    A motor's thermal internal o'load bits protect it from o'heating, regardless of the cause, and it's the not the only thing that can happen. Fuses are to protect wires, not loads. (Where did speed of...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    A 60A in the panel is OK to protect proper wiring to an outlet, but when hard-wired as bt's compressor is I would go with the motor rating* (FLA*) or the fixed lead to it, whichever is lower, for a...
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    Re: Sharpening mower blades

    I'm with oosik, too. Clamp blade in vise or similar with the edge up. Hold the AG firmly with your arms and rock your body to go across the cutting edge. This will help you maintain a consistent...
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    Re: Need a small amount of machining done

    Compliments on the work/workmanship and assist, from a fellow manual mill/lathe hand. :thumbsup: tog
  51. Re: What is this? Roller? Is it worth anything?

    :welcome:, mark308!

    Around here, farmers sell rocks for $10/hwt.

    If you were closer, I'd start the bid at $50. (totally NOT kidding).

    It's not just city folk that'll pay for something they...
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    Re: Design opinions

    HardieBoard?? Oops! I saw 12" spacing and thought it was fir (post #4) vs B&B but yes, I'd want to continue the clean look/color (+some vegetation) to play down the proportion.

    Great idea to...
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    Re: Starting snowmobile engine in gocart

    On multi-cyl two strokes there are crankshaft seals between the cylinders that if bad will deny the cyl either side of them a proper intake cycle. (they'll run lean, and twins often won't start) My...
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    Re: Design opinions

    "Rubber Roof", our nickname for synthetic membrane with sealed seams. The way to go for 'flat' and minimally-sloped roofs.
    Easy to DIY uh ... unless maybe applied under a porch. :scratchchin:...
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    Re: Design opinions

    My first thoughts are.

    Side porch: enclose bottom w/lattice, color to match fir siding, one side QD to set, check critter traps.

    Front porch: Shed w/siding, color to match house, access from...
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    Re: 61 years ago today: May 11, 1955

    I just turned 66, have gained 10 lbs since HS and two inches of waist size (.. where it went) since HS.

    Both knees are kinda shot, left shoulder and either hip may catch or seem to slip out of...
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    Re: Air Compressor power supply

    If the pallet is well built (ya never know) just attach wheels under that while it's on the forks. (.. and be sure it's still strapped from tipping off them if/when you do. ... disclaimer)

    My tank...
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    Re: Knock out game

    I've seen a few such vids, but NOT the one linked by the OP.

    While I totally understand the searing comments in reaction, when I read 'racist' I was imagining a 'white' kid slugging an old...
  59. 3-Point Hitch Re: Draft control built washboards into driveway with box blade.

    I second the pallet (finally a use for them). A chain bridle allows angling that won't move much mat'l to center, but might mean less of it flowing toward an outside edge of the drive..

    IME, BB...
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    Re: Bait for traps for Voles

    Peanut butter may attract ants, and being swarmed with them may deter other critters. I'm using black oil sunflower seeds for mice, voles, chipmunks, and reds squirrels (two trap sizes) I set/check...
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    Re: grinding noise while turning

    Could your rear axle lock somehow be hung up and not be fully disengaged? You'd hear nothing going straight ahead.
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    Re: smaller new tractor or larger used one?

    Heh, my only point/case is that the extra power is nice to have, adds versatility, and is why I'm glad I stepped up. I didn't want 'bigger', just stronger, and don't feel burdened by any...
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    Re: smaller new tractor or larger used one?

    I'll speak up from 12 yrs exp with a Ford/NH 1520 and two now with NH T1520. Both HST, and I agree that these two, the T1510, and TC 30 are pretty much the same tractor except engine size. (7108,...
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    Re: Need a small amount of machining done

    My guess is that the boss to attach #90/80 breaks off from the bottom in use. Don't see threads other than for 3 ea #110. Only trick might be to tweak fit/clearance for the pawl & spring (B & C) and...
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    Re: smaller new tractor or larger used one?

    Is the L3800 HST also, and does that matter? (make or break for many, et moi)

    Does the L3800 have a DPF? (:yuck:) Perhaps better resale value if not. :cool:

    IMO turf tires would not be a deal...
  66. Re: Why do most tractors with FEL's.........................

    About the motorcycle fork thing ... inverted forks are much stiffer o'all. This is important to reduce twisting forces/effects that on FELs etc are absorbed/controlled by loader arm rigidity (vs...
  67. Re: Kubota 3 pt lift arm bent. Repair or replace?

    I suggest that such a bend will least affect draft work of any use, and that one could simply adjust the balls to position for the PEC and see what's up.

    I also agree that Cat-2 arms would...
  68. Re: Why do most tractors with FEL's.........................

    Think 'drip loop' vs having water/oil weep onto cyl body from hoses, so bottom IMO.

    Side would be my second choice as clearance etc dictates. But that's just me.

    Twisting forces wouldn't be...
  69. Re: Why do most tractors with FEL's.........................

    It's also nice to have the rod seal(s) facing down if stuff spills from the bucket.

    I wouldn't want such to accumulate there & score the rod(s).
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    Re: How's It Going?

    It just got one member better here. :)

    :welcome:
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    Re: People will steal anything!!!

    Just had a guy tell me he actually: 1) thought the CL employment ad was genuine, 2) thought the (forged) check (watermarked) was authentic, and 3) thought that sending back $2500 from a $4k check...
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    Re: Joined the club

    A (small) problem with the limited swing is that angling the machine to gain dump clearance puts one pad very close to an edge, which is exacerbated IMO by the boom/pivot being tucked in so close to...
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    Re: Brush Grapple Preferred Width?

    I'm with the 'narrower is better' view, and IMO SR is too with his forks & finger setup. (sweet, Rob) I also believe that tractor size and lift capacity should matter as much as maneuvering...
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    Re: Can anyone ID this plant

    Trumpet creeper? ('hummingbird vine')

    Just a guess, but the red blooms and pointy leaves sure look like it.
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    Re: Joined the club

    Here is part of what happens when water gets into the s/column and freezes.
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    I get 3-4 yrs out of a 'jug' before UV causes it to crack & crumble. It stays on, and the machine is parked on the...
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    Re: Joined the club

    :welcome: to TBN!
    My T5C has been parked outdoors for the 10 yrs I've owned it. OEM Honda power has been reliable, best deal on group 26 battery at Sears (~$50), and only real problem in that decade...
  77. Re: Street Elbow ok in Hydraulic application?

    Everything I say is complete hogwash and 'most' everyone here knows it. :D

    Sorry, but I don't think it's my fault when someone doesn't get that ...

    :laughing::laughing::laughing:
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    Re: How much rust can under-body spray stop?

    Coobie, shhh! We don't want others to know we all live in the boonies and there are no jobs to commute to or towns to work in. Our cottage industry of making rust should remain exclusive, lest we...
  79. Re: Street Elbow ok in Hydraulic application?

    I can't speak for your state, but if you care to look it up in your copy Michigan's latest updates you could be sure if it's not there. (if you haven't seen something it doesn't exist?)

    I confess...
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    Re: How much rust can under-body spray stop?

    Good to hear another side. :thumbsup: So if it does work, it just didn't for me. (I'm like that, & there's pro'ly a Murphy somewhere in my ancestry. :o) Admit I'm shy of letting 'dino' products into...
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    Re: How much rust can under-body spray stop?

    Easy to doubt Krown if you don't understand exactly how/where it is applied. It's not just a spray-down from the outside as many would assume. Claim of 'self-healing' suggests a thixotropic mat'l...
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    Re: How much rust can under-body spray stop?

    For the FF-curious, check out the video here showing the u/coat setup:

    (Don't see much over-spray. Demo goes under the car at ~:55.)

    Fluid Film Rust Protection

    btw, I slather FF where...
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    Re: How much rust can under-body spray stop?

    Salt has been taking heat for decades for what CaCl does to our cars/trucks year 'round. (NaCl is hygroscopic above ~78% humidity but CaCl is above ~20% humidity.

    Ziebart was cakey and flakey,...
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    Re: Wrong Side of the Bed

    I take a nap once in a while ... to get a fresh start on the day or to get thru a glum one. There are times I wish I hadn't. :confused3:
  85. Re: Street Elbow ok in Hydraulic application?

    Current plumbing codes specify that female pipe fittings not be re-used due to potential stress fractures from repeated tightening. Hydro pressure vs typical gas/water pressure is scary when you...
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    Re: Pin Hole Too Big

    OEM pin replaced with smaller one and washer added to keep it in place, then left in half-baked state before sale?

    Have been using 'stress-proof' free-machining steel for pins. It has...
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    Re: Side Shift for Three Point Hitch?

    The Terratracs with front side-shift (pics in post #6) don't look to have the front PTO, have chains dangling from TL 'bases' and apparently quick links at the end of arms unlike the rear draft arms...
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    Front-End Loader Re: Digging Attachment

    This ^^

    Check with local game officials to see if they are exempted from 'nuisance trapping' regs.

    Trapping is fun (:thumbsup:) but can be labor/equipment intensive if you're new to it. ...
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    Re: PTO Gen for bx2670... Does this work?

    What Rob said. (all of it) :thumbsup:

    What Soundguy said. (all of it) :thumbsup:

    The original plan? :thumbsup: (Simplicity, versatility, portability ... wise use ...)

    (IMO, a KISS...
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    Re: Ever tried this?

    Keep seeing a vid of a guy lopping a long and heavy limb. His ladder reaches only 6" or so above the limb and he's several feet :eek: from the trunk.

    Soon as the heavy end drops off the rest...
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    Re: Good Bench Vise Recommendations

    I lucked into a 6" Columbian at a Garage sale two yrs ago for $35 and it's in excellent condition. It will open to 8" with the screw fully engaged. It seems to weigh much more than my 55lb anvil and...
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    Re: I need an AR-15

    I have 22/45 SS 4", P97D .45 ACP, .44 Mag & 9mm/.357 convert SBH's, and M77 MKII .308. 10/22 has shared trigger time with 77/22H for 'yard work' anymore.

    None of these Rugers have ever been...
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    Re: Ever tried this?

    I make a bottom-cut ~1/4 the way up when limbing 'pizzelms'. (Straight down 'drops' without fail.)

    Ice storm two yrs ago did a lot of 'trimming' for me but I went further up, as far as 20 footers...
  94. Re: wrench for turnbuckle-style check chains with "drawer-pull" handle

    Looking good. :thumbsup: Not too late to chuck it in the 4-jaw (with TS center) and turn the 'handle' closer to round (down as far as the welding discoloration?) to reduce weight and ease grip or for...
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    Re: Coyotes and Fencing opinions

    :thumbsup:, :thumbsup:, :thumbsup:

    If you bury the fencing deep, critters will leave you lots of holes to patch or mow over before they give up on several tries (we've all seen that) so always go...
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    Re: Interesting

    I know someone who actually got sucked into the Nigerian Prince bit, an hourly cel user who hadn't read/heard about the scam on spacebook or snaptwit.

    Cost 'em ~$7k+ & took weeks to realize their...
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    Re: Interesting

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    I have land line and cel #s, $50 /mo per. One is public, gets one of twenty calls that aren't beggars or liars. No message, screen caller ID for Dr's ofc etc. Inbox not set up on cel,...
  98. Re: Looking at ZTR mowers.. Used Kubota or new Hustler?

    25+ yrs to put 2k hrs on a ZT mowing 1 1/2 ac at our Northern latitude. (15 yrs of doing it, 'bucking/riding' mole hills/tunnels btw)

    Fancy stuff (used) evokes bragging rights, well cared for...
  99. Re: Streaming sports listings in various forum threads??

    There seems to be more of them when notifications aren't working. Anybody else gettin' that?
  100. Re: Driveway/sidewalk options other than concrete or asphalt? What border?

    +1 on asphalt millings if just topping a built up/crowned base.

    Nice drive/look, flusher! Just the way I like it.

    Looking to get ~40 yd crusher run (IMO, the best o'all) just to layer/top...
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