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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    If you do turn your jetpack off does it still run that half gig? If so does it happen when you first turn it back on as Mike suggests?
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    Re: Verizon WiFi issues

    My jetpack rolled into the next month a week ago and when I looked at the usage next afternoon it showed a 2.75 gig at 3 am exactly. I guarantee no one was even awake at that time. I did not bother...
  3. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Thanks
    looks like this is the unit I want
  4. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Thanks woodlandfarms
    Would the 40amp inrush present any problemm to my 30a circuit? I see it has a max rating of 23.7 amps so it will probably be fine.
  5. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Mark
    Does everlast make an inverter stick welder that I can use with a 220v 30 amp circuit that performs as well as the old Lincoln buzz boxes. I know the new inverter technology is more efficient...
  6. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Mark
    Does everlast make an inverter stick welder that I can use with a 220v 30 amp circuit that performs as well as the old Lincoln buzz boxes. I know the new inverter technology is more efficient...
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    Re: What grease gun are you using??

    I have a Bobcat pistol grip I got at my NH dealer. It works fine. I think the problem is me. My hands must be becoming weaker as I age because I really have trouble squeezing grease into some of the...
  8. Re: Quickie log-drag, (paper-thin MIG weld)

    Sodo
    You certainly are creative in your projects. Keep up the good work.
  9. Buying Advice Re: TC45D...Going to look at one this week.

    I like your choice of tractor
    welcome aboard
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    Re: New lincoln 210 mp STICK question

    Thanks for the explanations
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    Re: New lincoln 210 mp STICK question

    I am sorry, I certainly do mean amps. I should have read through my post better.
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    Re: Straight or swirls?

    Everyone has always been very helpful to anyone asking questions then they start fighting with each other over the answers they give. I have learned a lot here (especially about welding).
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    New lincoln 210 mp STICK question

    The new Lincoln 210 mp shows 14.7 volts input max required at 230v.
    Other companies like Everlast make inverter stick welders that seem to require considerably more max input voltage.
    Are the 2...
  14. Re: So who can name what kind of vehicle this is

    I have no idea but with all that baling wire you can't go wrong
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    Re: Straight or swirls?

    Yep. I noticed that too. If you want to see posters in hostile, even insulting, disagreement with each other, Welding is the forum to check out.
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    Re: Truck weight registration

    No air brakes
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    Re: Truck weight registration

    Thanks George
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    Truck weight registration

    I am looking at an old bucket truck to use around my properties so it should never be driven far but I will occasionally need to move it down the road. It is on a F700 and has a 40 ft lift on it....
  19. Re: Concrete pour - water cleanliness question

    What are you making with the concrete? That could make a big difference.
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    Re: 10 ga wiring question

    Thanks for the explanation LD. I know how many wires are in each just because I counted them over the years but I did not understand why.
    Not sure how this welder does the transition from 120-240...
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    Re: 10 ga wiring question

    It's kinda funny.
    The welder manual calls for 14ga (for 220v use), the 220v plug that comes with the welder has a 50 amp configuration (I think so that it will plug into a normal buzz box outlet)...
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    Re: 10 ga wiring question

    If I find myself using it much I will certainly switch to an SJ type of cord
    just want to get by safely for now
    the wire called for by the Hobart manual is 14/2 from the breaker box to the outlet....
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    Re: 10 ga wiring question

    It came with the generator but it has no transfer switch capabilities. I believe it is called a 30 Amp power inlet box. It is just a weatherproof box with a 30 amp plug in connection. I have to kill...
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    Re: 10 ga wiring question

    Thank you that is what I wanted to know.
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    10 ga wiring question

    I will try to accurately express my question.
    I have a 4 (red, white, black, ground)wire connection to a 30 amp breaker to tie my generator to my house. Weatherproof outside box designed for a...
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    Re: angle grinder question

    I see that Ryobi has an angle grinder that the handle spin 90 deg. It seems to me that that would be a great idea for cutting a lot of times. It is only 6.5 amps though. Has anybody used one of these?
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    angle grinder question

    Need to pick up a new angle grinder. Was looking for 4.5in or 5in. Probably a stupid question but will 4.5 in discs and cutting wheels work on a 5in grinder? If so it seems like a 5in would provide...
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    Sticky: Re: Jinman has passed.

    I am truly sorry to hear of Jinman's passing. He always had time to help me with my tractor issues without making me feel stupid. He will be missed.
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    Re: Never thought I see the day 22 lr. ammo.

    my neighbors and I picked up Benjamin PCP air rifles in 22 and 25. They have more punch than most would realize. Great for squirrel eradication.
    I am also looking for something like the old marlin...
  30. Re: Buying tools: used vs. new, whatcha think?

    Myself, I refuse to buy HF tools but in reality machining of wrenches (even Chinese) should have advanced sufficiently that they are accurate and strong enough for all normal use. Moving part tools...
  31. Re: Buying tools: used vs. new, whatcha think?

    I agree with Gary
  32. Re: Buying tools: used vs. new, whatcha think?

    People seem to know the value of Snap On stuff so don't expect any bargains. Plus I have noticed that you usually don't happen to have a selection USED of just what you are looking for. However, if...
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    Re: What's the point...

    Sodo
    As far as I am concerned you stand on pretty shaky ground condemning anyone else for bullying on the internet.
    I bought a 120v machine and before I used it I asked you for advice because I...
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    Posthole Digger Re: post hole digger

    I would try here to find cutting tips
    UltimateLocator.com
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    Re: My Working Gloves Suck !

    I don't think 1 glove is best for all applications. My company gives us Ansell active armr gloves that have Kevlar in them. I work in the hvac industry and these gloves are great around hvac...
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    I will let you know soon
    I assume the air cushion is just a tiny bit of air they probably couldn't get out in production
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    Just ordered this hydraulink. I will let you know how it works. Looks good on youtube
  38. Re: For those retired....what do you enjoy most?

    My good friends and neighbors just retired from federal employment. I can tell you this, with no job at all to got to they accomplish less around the house than they did when they had to go somewhere...
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    This is an interesting device. Not sure if the adjusting would work as I would like. I will have to think about the process.

    Thanks for the idea
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    Ratchet Link Assembly with Double Ball End (Cat. 1) | S.15297 | Malpasonline.co.uk
    here is one but I don't know what size cat 1 is in the uk plus I don't know how much it is in dollars. on top of...
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    that is what I need
    I will try to contact them about a cat 1
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    Re: Ratchet top link

    That jack might work if the threads on my top link match the threads on the jack but with my luck I am pretty sure they wont
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    Ratchet top link

    Looking for a cat 1 ratchet top link. Thought I had seen them at the local tractor store but when I went to buy one I couldn't find any. I read about taking a ratchet binder or jack and welding ends...
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    Re: Hardfacing question

    Herringbone it will be. I ask you folks because you know what you are doing. I would be foolish to not follow your direction.
    Thank you
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    Sorry I see that evolution saw must have been something I saw following through the links you folks have sent me. I see it wasn't brought up here.
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    Thanks for all the suggestions so far. Looks like I should start with some 1/16 in disks for my grinder and some metal cutting blades for saws that I already have that I have so far only used for...
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    Thanks for the input all. You have already given me several good ideas. I will check back tomorrow to see what else you come up with.
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    I am certainly considering a torch. I guess I was just hoping somebody might know of a saw or possibly other device that I had not though about or be aware of.
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    Re: cutting a little steel

    SA
    Sorry, I explained it inaccurately. A hack saw is indeed fine for cutting stock but I was wondering about sheet type metal. An example is repairing a deck on a bushog.
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    cutting a little steel

    Looking for suggestions for a fairly inexpensive way to cut steel up to maybe 1/4 in. I will only need to cut steel occasionally but I want to be able to make the shapes I need to make repairs on...
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    Re: Hardfacing question

    Interesting Brian
    That makes sense
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    Re: Hardfacing question

    thanks Arc
    seems like I need to get to work with gas already
    oh well wouldn't want anything to be easy
    in for a penny in for a pound as they say
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    Hardfacing question

    Have skid shoes on a grader scraper that need attention and someone in another thread suggested hardfacing. It sounds like just what I need for a part of this project.
    I recently bought a Hobart 210...
  54. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    Sodo
    I have been truthful in every part of my posts. I thought you were being helpful. In fact your responses were helpful. I have no idea what you find so fake about my questions. Frankly I thought...
  55. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    Thanks Arc Weld
    Any idea what Sodo is going on about? Thought he was trying to be helpful now not so sure.
    Any way thanks for the hardfacing advice. Seems like I might have to catch you on...
  56. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    Sorry Sodo
    Not trying to steal your thread. This information is just very important to me and this thread seemed like a perfect place to ask my questions.
  57. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    ArcWeld
    That sounds like a great idea to me. The skid shoes are bolted on. That is how I replace them. I just wanted to flip the worn out ones around and add them to the newer ones. I was afraid if...
  58. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    Thanks Dave
    I just threw it into my work truck and will exchange it at my first convenience.
    I plan on upgrading to a Hobart 210 mvp that will work with either voltage. Miller I know can't be beat...
  59. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    I can afford it but money is always a factor. But I don't want to end up with a lesser priced unit that doesn't do what I want. Appreciate your input. I guess this is why I look for advice here.
  60. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    I haven't used it yet. Maybe I should take it back and get the 210 MVP. It is dual voltage. I can use it 110v and if that is not enough I can set it up 220v. I know I will be really unhappy if I try...
  61. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    I haven't used it yet. Maybe I should take it back and get the 210 MVP. It is dual voltage. I can use it 110v and if that is not enough I can set it up 220v. I know I will be really unhappy if I try...
  62. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    I was planning on tacking a couple inches at a time every foot or so along the edge. Don't plan on running a bead down the whole edge. It just has to hold it together as it wears down. Is that too...
  63. Re: Lightweight log dolly, welded with 120volt MIG

    Sodo
    I see from some of your posts that you are experienced with 120v mig welding. I have never welded (I have burnt up metal a few times with a stick welder and muddled through a repair or 2) but I...
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    Re: Snake Medicine

    Great recipe. You just need to add 12 ga buckshot to make it perfect.
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    Re: Seat repair redplacement

    Thanks everybody for advice. I went to ebay and bought what looks like a OEM seat for 119 instead of the 329+ that was listed at the NH dealer. Works great was exact replacement with new bolts...
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    Re: End of ethanol?

    Allowing ethanol to be eliminated would be smart. Try to name one time the government did something smart. You would have to have either an amazing memory or imagination to come up with one.
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    Re: Single axle trailer and SCUT TLB

    Chris
    That's what I have noticed about your posts - you always point out that people shouldn't do stupid things :).
  68. Re: BX2360 maxed out with 11" of snow in Central Virginia

    As I pointed out to another poster, at one point I only had a B2150 and learned some lessons the hard way. If you expect big snow you have to do a couple things. Start early so it doesn't get ahead...
  69. Re: in the Blue Ridge & marooned for now

    I am sure you realize this at this point but for future reference I will point it out. I only had a B2150 at one point and learned the hard way that you must keep up with the snow as it is occurring,...
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    Seat repair redplacement

    I have a NH tractor that has cracks in the seam locations. Not unpleasant to drive but water gets in there and remains until I sit in it than it squeezes out to soak my pants. This happens whether I...
  71. Re: I hate new fuel cans so here is what I did.

    I just use all that junk as a complicated top. I take it all off and use the threaded base to hang on my fuel fill hole on my tractor. Pours real fast. I have a rear mount fuel tank so it might not...
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    Re: Treating Well

    What we do is pour Clorox into the well then run the water through the hose until it smells of Clorox saturation. Then run the hose back into the top of the well for a while so that it mixes the...
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    Re: we are a dyeing breed

    YOU ARE RIGHT ABOUT THE DYING BREED
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    Re: Pole Saws

    Manual? I thought I was going retro caveman with a rechargeable.:)
  75. Re: Recommendations on Trailer Manufacturers

    I have been looking at Kauffman trailers also. The factory is very reasonable driving distance from Richmond. I am considering the tilt deck trailers. My tractor was delivered to me on one of those...
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    Re: Pole Saws

    I bought a Troybuilt 20v rechargeable pole saw about a year ago. I also got tired of all my gas powered equipment needing to be worked on every time I use it because I hardly use them any more. It...
  77. Re: TC40 DA squealing (I think its the alternator) question

    I had a noise like that on my TC45 and the water pump bearing basically fell apart. The water fell out real fast. So keep an eye on your temp gauge. Especially when your tractor is already giving you...
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    Re: Driving on the road

    Run it on the road. If you use your equipment you add wear to your equipment. If you wear out the tires get new ones. I know you didn't get your tractor just to look at it. Just do like they say and...
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    Re: road grader

    SECOND THAT +++
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    Re: Ford 3910 hydraulic problem

    All hydraulics die, bucket too. This is getting worse.
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    Re: Ford 3910 hydraulic problem

    Sawtooth I will do some more observation and get back to you. Thanks
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    Re: Ford 3910 hydraulic problem

    no guesses eh
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    Ford 3910 hydraulic problem

    My friend has a 3910. He has had it since new. He lent it out (may or may not have anything to do with it) and now when he is bushogging on hills sideways or when he hits heavier grass it (the...
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    Re: Never Urinate on an Electric Fence

    Another thing to add to the list of
    don't step on superman's cape
    don't spit into the wind
    and don't pull the mask of the old lone ranger
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    Re: injection pump retard question

    HEY HEY HEY --we can't say retard anymore :laughing:
  86. Re: Stray Dogs attack & kill pet duck in broad daylight at Mossflower Woods

    David, I have followed your journey off and on here for a while now. I see you seem to be leaning in the direction of blaming yourself. I am never clear if you dragged them into a life they did not...
  87. Re: Carport/Pavilion construction ideas?

    Thanks Dennis
    Those are the type of things I want to keep in mind.
  88. Carport/Pavilion construction ideas?

    I would like to build a 20 x 20 carport it woods next to my house. Was thinking I would like to have it look sorta like a state park pavillion so it blends in to my woods. I was thinking of using 8 x...
  89. Re: Advice on bush hog width vs rear tire width

    Thanks Don
    I am not sure exactly but when I look under it I hope I will see what you mean.
  90. Re: Big changes coming to Mossflower Wood Farm/Ranch...

    David
    I am sorry to hear how much your situation is wearing on you. I have enjoyed reading about your experiences. I have felt a certain kinship to you due to being almost a neighbor to you and...
  91. Re: Coyotes went after my neighbors Lab yesterday, How do I kill, I live in the subur

    I don't see a lot of people helping the OP with his original question of how to delete coyotes in a suburban setting.
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    kauffman trailer

    I had a tractor delivered to me on a Pequea t-200 tilt trailer. It was a teriffiv setup. My tc45 w/bushog travelled a couple hundred miles and was very impressive how easily it loaded and unloaded....
  93. Re: Coyotes went after my neighbors Lab yesterday, How do I kill, I live in the subur

    If you live in a semi rural area and want to be able to shoot nuisance varmints they make some very impressive PCP air rifles. They are not cheap but they are no Daisy Red Riders either. There is a...
  94. Re: Normal to smell septic from roof vent.........?

    When it's real cold I frequently smell stink in the morning as I leave for work. I assume that when I take a shower etc it stirs the excrement and leaves off stink. I guess in the cold weather the...
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    Re: NH TC45D starter

    Thanks as usual for your advice
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    Re: NH TC45D starter

    Thanks jinman. Thats even better. Have you ever used them?
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    Re: NH TC45D starter

    Just now I see a NH parts dealer has remanufactured ones for 199. They have 3 in stock. I should probably pull the old one and check it like you said first.
    Thanks
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    Re: NH TC45D starter

    I release the key immediately and hit it again and it works fine. I am sure it will get worse and don't want to do more damage.
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    NH TC45D starter

    Recently my starter has started to sound like when you hit the starter on a running vehicle. I assume the gear at the end of the starter has an issue and I need to replace the starter. Thoughts?...
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    Re: Cutting down a 'leaner'

    I sometimes have to use a chainfall or comealong with a chain or strap or cable to another tree to pull the bottom of the tree out. If you whittle away at it and are cautious you can do it reasonably...
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