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    Re: Slope mowing - new tires

    Wow, that's pretty steep!
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    Re: Powder post beetle -- Borax?

    I'd think the, "dissolving some 20 Mule Team Borax in water and applying it" would work. One issue is that it's water soluble, so i'd think weather might play a factor in how long it last.
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    Re: My First Drone Cheerson CX20 - Unbox

    Nice! Please post videos of flight.
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    Re: Your last generator Maintenance Run

    Yes, i remember that one. I think it was two weeks, we got a rebate from PSE. Couldn't get out to a main road for the first week. Thankfully we have wood heat so were able to stay warm. :)
  5. Re: You don't have a high speed Internet connection??

    The only phantom charges i get is when my nephew connects via wifi and watches a bunch of videos, then i get the not so phantom overage charges. :)
  6. Re: You don't have a high speed Internet connection??

    This is what my plan calls it. "LTE INTERNET INSTALLED 20GB" i believe it was called Home Fusion at one time.
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    Re: Black (Melanistic) Fawn

    Never seen a black deer before. Nice of you to put some food out for them in that flower pot. :D
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    Re: Attachment storage?

    I've thought about the storage rack too, but haven't gotten around to it yet. In the shop, those dollies are very handy to have heavy objects on.
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    Re: PowerTrac Owners by State 11-1-15

    Thanks Moss.

    So sorry to hear of pajoube.
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    Re: Gasoline - Ethanol or Non-Ethanol

    Use ethanol gas for years in vehicles and small engines. I started using treatment in the small engines a few years ago, but haven't had problems with any fuel lines.

    I did borrow a post-hole...
  11. Re: Talked to subarupower parts guy about overheating EH72 EFI engines

    Thanks for the information.
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    Re: 1850 for sale (not mine)

    Preach it brother. :D
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    Re: Pickup Owners: Do you buckle up?

    I buckle up if im going to go out on the main road. Up to the shop, hop into the pickup and usually don't belt up unless by habit. Tractor i typically do, my ground is not level and pretty rough. I...
  14. Re: Overheated Robin EH72-FI (28 hp) in PT-425 solved

    Thanks for the report! I may do that if or when my nephew's custom exhaust gets ripped off on something. :)
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    Re: PT422 using oil - Filter loose

    I know i'll be looking for sure it i start to lose oil. I just changed my oil and noticed the filter coming off wasn't all the tight. Im going to check to next time i go to start it up.
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    Re: 1430 hard to start

    I had similar, "solenoid just clicks", turned out my battery was the problem. I checked the wires and connections from the battery to the solenoid, including ground side as well. Typically this...
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    Re: Do you live in a bubble? Take the quiz

    53, but im a bit pretentious, as i drink my beer with pinky finger out. :drink:
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    Re: Harbor Freight into a PT422

    Another good idea to remember, i have one of those HF presses.
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    Re: Anybody been crappie fishing ?

    Probably not caught any over 10" but down in the Pot Holes area in Eastern Washington, it's more of a poundage game. They do taste good as a fillet, fried in bacon grease. :licking:
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    Re: I am impressed how about you.

    I was just thinking the same! How else to afford all these nice toy, er tools??
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    Re: Members home made attachments / improvements

    Very nice. That's probably how i would do it, except it wouldn't look so nice, or have such high quality metal parts or be that well designed....:thumbsup:
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    Re: new welder question

    I tip my head so it looks right side up. :D
  23. Thread: Grapple

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    Re: Grapple

    But experience tells you that those who don't study even the simplest jobs, typically make all jobs hard. :laughing:
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    Re: Solar power & Wind Power for residental use

    Looks like a "super capacitor" with a very large surface area limited to around 5 volts.
  25. Re: Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong

    Those sled picts have got to be from Michigan. :D
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    Re: Cheapskate rolling welder cart

    Lol +1
  27. Thread: Grapple

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    Re: Grapple

    Holy Moly!


    I'd probably end up cutting it up and putting most of that thru my wood stove.
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    Re: Wackadoodle tire idea

    Can't we all get along!!! :D
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    Re: 60 inch material bucket for 1430

    Sweet deal!
  30. Thread: Dog pics

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    Re: Dog pics

    Good bye Bill, RIP.
  31. Re: Has anyone purchased a downloadable shop manual??

    Not a tractor manual, but i bought a cd version for my 2001 ford ranger. Last OS it ran on was window 95, i haven't figured out how to get into it on window 10 yet. It was pretty handy though.
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    Re: Photos from Hungary

    Thanks for the pictures and video.
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    Re: Can't see when welding

    That's good to know. I was wondering how UV would effect plastic lens implants.
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    Re: Solar power & Wind Power for residental use

    I not surprised you would disparage my efforts. I didn't mention that i do a fair amount of volunteer work in the community, so you can pat yourself on the back and feel superior about that too. ...
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    Re: Solar power & Wind Power for residental use

    We can "subscribe" to power generated by "green" sources. It cost more and you can do a percentage of total up to %100. We pay for %50 percent of your load at alternate sources rates. It's my...
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    Re: Solar power & Wind Power for residental use

    We can "subscribe" to power generated by "green" sources. It cost more and you can do a percentage of total up to %100. We pay for %50 percent of your load at alternate sources rates. It's my...
  37. Re: Residential Router with Remote Hard Disk Drive

    I use veeam endpoint backup, it's free. You can do point in time restore of files or bare metal. To setup for a bare metal restore, you use the veeam product to create a boot disk that includes...
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    Re: Members home made attachments / improvements

    I like that!
  39. Re: If Ya'll Got a Chainsaw and a Pair of Ice Skates :)

    Looks like fun, until you think about pitching forward onto the ice.....
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    Re: Fan / Thermostat

    Maybe hit the sensor with a heat gun?
  41. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    That sounds interesting and probably a lot less expensive too.
  42. Thread: Rig Build

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    Re: Rig Build

    +2 Wow!
  43. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    After finishing off that last drop. :D
  44. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    Yes, that's what i use on my mountain bike and PT. :)
  45. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    I make of a "lub" with old gas and mix in grease from a tub of lithium or what grease is available, it's liquid enough to paint on with a chip brush or something. Penetrates pretty well and the...
  46. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    I make of a "lub" with old gas and mix in grease from a tub of lithium or what grease is available, it's liquid enough to paint on with a chip brush or something. Penetrates pretty well and the...
  47. Re: Wimpy tractor pulls out tracked bobcat skid steer in the snow

    Nice story! :laughing:
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    Re: Is it wrong to be excited for the snow?

    A pleasant surprise to see someone from Marlette. I was born in Marlette, many years ago, i don't remember it real well as we moved when i was 7, but they were good memories. My parents had a...
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    Re: The day the music died.

    Wow, that is a talent alright!
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    Re: Is it wrong to be excited for the snow?

    That a snowmobile buried?
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    Re: The day the music died.

    This thread has been a great education for me. Thanks for all the links etc!
  52. Re: Remember: There's a Jeep for your job! (1954 video)

    I had a CJ1? 1947 Jeep when i was a younger. At least i was told that by an "older" gentleman that worked at an auto parts store. I bought it from my BIL, who bought it out of an orchard in...
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    Re: Welding up shooting targets?

    Well there goes my idea about hiding behind 1/2 sheet rock. :D
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    Re: What do you do for a snow depth indictor?

    We only read about how deep snow is, somewhere else.
  55. Re: Weird electrical puzzler - breaker pops, the PT1850 runs better until it's shut o

    Does the 1850 have the same lockout on the PTO switch as the smaller machines? Mine won't start with the PTO engaged.
  56. Re: Remember: There's a Jeep for your job! (1954 video)

    That's pretty funny story Bird!
  57. Thread: SnowMageddon

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    Re: SnowMageddon

    Wow, some serious snow! Thanks for the picts.
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    Re: Is it wrong to be excited for the snow?

    Have fun in the snow!!
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    Re: My little girl Minnie is gone.

    Sorry your sweetheart Minnie is gone. She was a beauty.
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    Re: Side hill Haying

    I had similar reaction to seeing the scythe. My Father taught me to use one, you quickly learn a few key things. One is, sharp is your friend, and the others, are best learned by personal...
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    Re: West Coast Logging History

    Very interesting. We have some old, secondary growth stumps sitting around our place. Even those are pretty big.
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    Re: Flying Subaru....sort of

    Now that's pretty funny.:laughing: mountain, lol
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    Re: Death knell for landlines - RANT

    I have a suspicion we would drop further then 1859. Alot of that technology is lost to most of us.

    We lose power frequently, usually for a day or two. Four or five years ago, we were down for 15...
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    Re: Strange things found in the forest

    Yike! Im pretty sure i could be talked into jumping into a creek that goes underground.
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    Re: Flying Squirrel

    Cool!
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    Re: (Wo) Man basket

    That looks pretty good. And your pruning on the one sunny day we had. :)
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    Re: Am I being cruel to one of my cats?

    You are treating your cats very humanly. Keep doing what your doing. If you didn't want to be bothered to accommodating your big boy, you would dump him off at the shelter. :thumbsup:
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    Re: What happened to D con?

    I wonder when they changed. Last box i put out had the blue pellets. Maybe the new version is to make it less interesting to children and pets.
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    Re: Updated Chainsaw Mounts

    Yep, found one of my logging chains when raking the gravel drive with my blanket harrow.
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    Re: Updated Chainsaw Mounts

    I put all that extra gear in the bucket, along with the chains, log hook, plastic wedges, etc, etc.
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    Re: Updated Chainsaw Mounts

    Cause his lid is too heavy. :)
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    Re: Updated Chainsaw Mounts

    I might just borrow that idea!

    Has the added benefit of getting a good coating of bar oil on the hood for added rust protection. :D
  73. Thread: Shop Smith

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    Re: Shop Smith

    Yesterday, i saw one of these at the "Restore Center". Restore Center is part of Habitat for Humanity and people donate tools and materials. I'd never heard of one before reading here in the forum....
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    Re: Buffalo Rancher in Elma, WA

    Welcome aboard, from another West sider.
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    Re: The Cornfield Bomber

    I'd have to say, "Holy Crap"! Look at that!
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    Re: My Ice storm/ generator lessons

    Maybe drive a UPS with your Honda?
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    Re: Solar power & Wind Power for residental use

    Sarcasm? :laughing:
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    Re: My Fireworks Fail - Be carefully

    Happy New Year!
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    Re: Your last generator Maintenance Run

    Thanks, i'll be giving that a try!
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    Re: Your last generator Maintenance Run

    Did maintenance last month. Put new spark plug in, cleaned carburetor, replaced fuel line and changed oil. Started up the generator and ran a 1500 watt heater for 1/2 hour.

    A week later we...
  81. Re: Big Earthquake Day Central OKlahoma!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I wondered about that too. i seem to remember reading somewhere that quakes of similar magnitude can have differing effects depending on soil type and bedrock. Apparently the bedrock in the medwest...
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    Re: Glue for electrical pvc conduit

    Something i've found to help keep things from drying out, is to store the container upside down.
  83. Re: to buy a dinosaur Lincoln tig 300/300 as back up for new 3 in 1 chinese welder?

    Sweet! Now clean a spot out to set her up. :thumbsup:
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    Re: Pepper Spray/MACE - Pros/Cons

    +1 on the wasp spray.
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    Re: Your last generator Maintenance Run

    So you keep doing this on purpose?
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    Re: Century Farm (featuring drone footage)

    Thanks for posting the link!
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    Re: Home made fume exhauster

    That's pretty nice!
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    Re: MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone! :)
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    Re: 2015 Festivus Miracles

    Can you get a pepperoni pizza in the pub in the Paddock in Pyengana?
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    Re: Interested in learning how to weld

    The usual quote from somebody talking about the 70's. :D
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    Re: Just rebuilt Tram pump

    Nice job!
  92. Thread: TRIVA FUN

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    Re: TRIVA FUN

    When we were kids, we had a horse called Buck, an old retired roping horse. I learned an alot from him.
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    Re: Movin South... Silly yankee questions...

    jerrybob is right. we don't even drive on the right side of the road, unless it suites us and we hate sunshine cause it cracks our webbing between the fingers and toes.
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    Re: Best MIG Welder Advice

    I just got an Everlast iMIG 200 from Mark. I wanted a MIG too for the pretty much the same reason as you, less fumes. It's dual voltage, MIG and stick capable. Mark gave me a pretty good price so...
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    Re: why 6 days for 2-3 day mail?

    That's what you get for living out in the sticks. :laughing:
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    Re: Keurig coffee maker warning.

    My Sister's keurig was having problems so i opened up what i could to see if it was fixable. OMG what a filthy mess. They had run it for a few years and over that time, there was a build up of...
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    Re: Thanksgiving....

    Happy Thanksgiving to you all.
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    Re: Funny Hunting Stories, Let's hear yours.

    Dupe removed....
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    Re: Funny Hunting Stories, Let's hear yours.

    These two things didn't happen to me. First one is creepy but the second made me laugh.

    Walked into a gun shop and notice a rifle up on the wall with a nicely drilled hole in the breach. I ask...
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    Re: welding on a kubota b9200

    Back in the last millennium, while in high school, I was in welding class when i heard a pretty load boom. A guy welding on his motorcycle blew up his battery. I don't recall how he had things...
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