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    Re: Remanufactured Radiators??

    Bought a new factory radiator for my NH a couple years ago because I hoped for best quality. A few months into it I thought I saw some green discoloration on the back side in the middle but decided...
  2. Re: Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong

    My buddy had his 4 wheeler in his bed. When he arrived home it was gone. Apparently his tailgate wasn't shut well. We all got a laugh out of that.
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    Re: killing weeds need help.

    I usually use a roundup clone and a surfactant that works pretty good but not quickly. This time i added a product called helfire so I will see if that speeds it up. Like others have said it doesn't...
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    Re: Annoyed by dirt bikers?

    Used to have local punks riding on a piece of property a couple miles from my house. They were the kids of neighbors. I knew I wasn't going to stop them so I caught up with them and explained that...
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    Re: Star Tron

    After having the fuel lines turn to goo on 2 Stihl chain saws, 1 Troybuilt weedeater and a lawn mower I started using Startron in all the gas I keep in gas cans and have had no more of these issues...
  6. Re: Opinons wanted on Craigslist competition

    I bought my NH from a guy doing that on CL (at least that is what I think he was doing). He was from Pittsburgh area and I am in Va. Worked out a deal with him and he had a friend deliver it to me....
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    Re: NH 1530 problem

    Thanks RD
    sounds like a good possibility
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    Re: Retco Trailers

    5000 lbs sounds awful light for a 20ft trailer
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    Re: NH 1530 problem

    that's where i guess we will go with this
    thanks
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    Re: NH 1530 problem

    Thanks Harry
    Sorry about the misinformation about the model number. Think I was confusing the model with the horsepower and also did not listen good enough.
    Any specific information I should gather...
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    Re: NH 1530 problem

    He tells me that after 3 hrs the bucket slows down and gets real jerky and has trouble going up and down and he has to steer with the brakes. I have nopt seen it myself so I will get more info
    I...
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    NH 1530 problem

    My neighbor has NH 1530 with low hours on it. He was bushogging with it and found that after about 3 hours the hydraulics stopped working. It is not a hydrostatic tractor. The next day it works fine...
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    Re: Best wrench brand I can afford?

    I just bought a set of Sunex impact sockets. Never heard of them before but tried them out. To me they seem pretty good. Anyone else ever used them?
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    Re: Rubbermaid Lawn cart wheels

    Tractor Supply also might have wheels that you can use
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    Re: Post hole auger stand

    I just drilled a hole about halfway down for my danuser phd (the thing is VERY heavy) and unhooked it and leave it there. When I want to use it I just back up to it and hook it back up. There must be...
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    Re: New Holland Tc30 Turn buckle

    Not trying to be difficult but ? levelling it in which direction? front to back, right to left? Is it attached to the right arm of the 3 pt hitch cranking it up and down or the one on top levelling...
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    Re: New Holland Tc30 Turn buckle

    are you talking about the top link? or maybe the turn buckles that control sway on the arms?
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    Re: New Holland Tc30 Turn buckle

    which turn buckle
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    Re: NH TC40DA starter

    I bought a reman from Messicks and it started twice then stopped working.
    They sent me another though without any problems. Been using it for 2 years now.
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    I might have missed it but I have still not heard where the pump is placed in relationship between the static water level and the bottom of the well. If it can be dropped farther down it will allow...
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    Don't know much about single phase drives. Just know they exist. I work with all 3 phase pump and fan motors in the HVAC industry. I wanted to experiment with 120v VFD on a fan at my house but the...
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/rural-living/331119-well-pumps-variable-speed.html?highlight=
    Here is the drive discussion
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    I know they have drives that run single phase motors. The well pump on a drive I read about on this forum. It was a discussion a few months ago. I was reading about it I wasn't the one telling about...
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    VFDs are available for single phase motors now. In fact I have read here about VFD controlled well pumps. They apparently remove the pressure tank altogether.
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    Re: Well repairs,,, OUCH!!

    I think Dan makes a very good point that does not appear to have been addressed.
    What is the static level of the water and what is the depth of the well. Where is the pump installed in relationship...
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    Re: oil filter question

    Thank you Jim
    I guess I will go with a Wix
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    oil filter question

    I was going to pick up a Fram oil filter at tractor supply but then I wondered if some oil filters are better than others. Also, is there a different oil filter that should be used with synthetic...
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    Re: the all in one trailer?

    The Pequea T200 20' tilt trailer that I am looking at with 7k axles specs at 3800 so I guess 3200 is not really that heavy for a all in 1 fairly large trailer
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    Re: Modular Home Brands

    Second that
    And with excellent customer service
  30. Re: Orange is the new black. And SCUTS and CUTS are the new Jet Ski for retired Boome

    And if you run out of gas in it you will have to pay close to 30 bucks for a gas can that will spill more gas than it pours because it also has safety devices :D
    I am sick of being saved from myself...
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    Re: Din Rail Toggle Switch

    yes I had seen this but they wanted something like 65 bucks for it. It's a light switch and i couldn't bring myself to spend that for a light switch. I thought it should be easy to find a switch on a...
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    Re: Din Rail Toggle Switch

    ended up using a breaker
    thanks all
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    Re: Din Rail Toggle Switch

    The circuit breaker looks like my best choice so far. I will probably end up with that. I was just hoping for a slightly different look for my customer. I didn't think it would be so difficult to...
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    Din Rail Toggle Switch

    Not on tractor topic but everybody here works on all sorts of things so I hoped I could get direction.
    I am looking for a supplier for simple din rail mounted toggle or rocker switches for inside a...
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    Re: Hobart 210 mvp wire feed problem

    Thanks
    Looks like mine is knurled after all. I will try making the hole in the tip bigger. The tip cleaner sounds like a good idea to me. I thought maybe I could find .050 tips but I don' see any.
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    Re: Hobart 210 mvp wire feed problem

    Thanks again SA. Do I need a Hobart roller or will a Miller or lincoln interchange with it?
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    Re: Hobart 210 mvp wire feed problem

    Thanks
    I tried to drill a tip out but just broke the drill and got it stuck in the tip. Another tip gone:). I like your tip cleaner idea. I was certain that I was using a knurled groove but now I...
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    Hobart 210 mvp wire feed problem

    I have a Hobart 210 mvp and am having a wire feed problem. Using hardface .045 flux core. Using the larger groove on a 035/045 roller. Using plastic tip cover.
    Feeds and welds fine for a while then...
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    Re: Today's high school seniors.....ouch.

    1984, Brave New World, etc, etc. No news here. People who are able to think are a threat to the manipulation of society. The dumbing down of students is no accident. Let's not pretend to be...
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    Re: Cab or no Cab

    For me a cab in the woods is a problem. I will probably not get another one for the woods (and most of my property is woods). However, for pushing snow you can't beat it. I have torn off a door and...
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    Re: Man Lift ideas

    I really like this idea
  42. Re: Climate Control Air Compressor for Shop Use

    This sounds interesting to me. It sounds like George has a good handle on it. I would follow his suggestions. I know they are made for constant use so should last a long while.
  43. Re: Climate Control Air Compressor for Shop Use

    All the air compressors for use with HVAC controls that I encounter are 3 phase. is that what this is and will that be a problem for you?
    Apart from that it should work fine for you. Good luck.
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    Re: oil for NH td45d

    Thanks
    Looks like i will be using T6 Rotella
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    oil for NH td45d

    I was thinking of going with synthetic oil this time. What brand oil and filter should I go with? Any suggestions?
    TYPO tc45d sorry. Hope no confusion
  46. Re: Land Pride, Woods, Befco Grading Scraper

    Have had a LP 1572 for 4 years. love it. I think you will be happy with any of them. I chose LP because I had a dealer local to me. The others look about the same. Keep an eye on the replaceable...
  47. Re: New Holland TC45DA transmission problem

    I have a similar tractor but a 2003 model. When I first got it (not new) I shifted it from 2 to 4 wd forcefully and broke some gear that cost a lot to fix and bent the lever mechanism. As a result I...
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    Re: Having tradtor hauled.

    I guess how much it leaks and what it is leaking might play a part in that decision. Otherwise I like that idea too.
  49. Re: Any bets on which State will be the next doper State?

    I have no idea where it will be legalized next but I am pretty sure Saturday Night Live will seem funnier in those states. :cool2:
  50. Re: Forty years ago...could you envision yourself today?

    I'm 57. Still don't know what I am going to do when I grow up.
  51. Re: Was going to buy a used 4wd, but think a new 4025 2wd may be the way to go.

    What are your intended uses for this tractor? Always flat dry work?
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    Re: Grease Guns

    I think you will like it. Make sure you tighten all connections before you hit the button. I had 1 loose fitting and on my first zerk i ended up with a pile of grease all over me before I realized...
  53. Re: Really Struggling With A Front-End Snow Blade

    That's what I was thinking. Please let us know how it works if you get to it before me. The horse mat from TSC thickest is 3/4 in. I doubled it up because I had enough left over to do it. Might not...
  54. Re: Really Struggling With A Front-End Snow Blade

    Just got a new idea to add to my post (and my experimenting). Make the strips long enough to wrap around the cutting edge and tie them back to the blade on the back side with the same bolts that they...
  55. Re: Really Struggling With A Front-End Snow Blade

    I can tell you what I did and maybe parts of it will be something useful to you. I have read these ideas here in the past and am in progress of applying them. I have all gravel driveways/roads and...
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    No i do not have the experience yet. Maybe i better hold off until i get more under my belt.
    Lincoln Electric Innershield NR-212 3/64 in. Self-Shielded Flux-Cored Welding Wire-ED026090 - The Home...
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    I see they have a NR212 3/64 but I don't know what that is or where I would place it in the chart for heat/speed. Seems to calculate to about .040 is that a size? Would I just split it between .035...
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    is that .45 only or does it come in different sizes?
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    I have been using flux core but looking at Shield Arcs suggestion i will get some Lincoln's NR-212 which i think is also flux core.
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    here is the spec from the first weld on plate I found - still don't know if my welder will safely handle it.

    •Constructed of 1/4" Grade 50 steel with a 3/8" thick Top Bar
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    Re: weld qa plate to bucket

    plate didn't look that thick. I will have to go measure it. Thanks
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    weld qa plate to bucket

    Is a Hobart 210 mvp too small a machine to weld a quick attach plate to a front end bucket?
  63. Re: How to adapt 2 volt clay pigeon thrower to 110 electric

    Have to go to a gun show now. Will check back in later to see what we figure out here.
  64. Re: Any bets on which State will be the next doper State?

    I really don't care one way or another about pot smoking. But as we live in an age that tries to require all types of nutrition and health laws it seems to me that pot smoking will put a hurting on...
  65. Re: How to adapt 2 volt clay pigeon thrower to 110 electric

    Don't know how a powered thrower works. Does it use a motor to slowly cock the unit then release with the trigger or does it use a motor to fling it when it triggers? One way would use a lot less...
  66. Re: How to adapt 2 volt clay pigeon thrower to 110 electric

    would something like this work? I don't know what your amp draw is
    Amazon.com : Pyramid PS15KX 10 Amp 13.8-Volt Power Supply with Cigarette Lighter Adapter : Vehicle Cigarette Lighter Accessories :...
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    Re: Battery scam

    Any battery store or a certain company? Will they all do it?
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    Re: Grease Guns

    I bought one of the Dewalt 18v guns also. Sometimes my hands just hurt too much to pump my normal grease gun through some gummed up zerks. The Dewalt it terrific. I have several Dewalt 18v things so...
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    Re: Small dump trailer

    I have seen a couple on CL for that in the last few years but I have not seen them in person. Possibly needed a lot of work.
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    Re: Small dump trailer

    Nice looking trailer Eric
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    Re: Small dump trailer

    I think a 5x10 is about the smallest practical in this category. Probably at least 1500 for a reasonable used one. Typically a little more. EG Brymar 5x10
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    Re: Small dump trailer

    Do you mean a hydraulic dump or a tilt type dump?
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    Re: over deliver, beyond expectation

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: manesail

    First thing -- put more fuel into it.
    This has happened to a few of my friends. Just the other day it happened again. We have always just hit it with either until it pulls the fuel through ok and...
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    Re: Whats everyone do for a living?!?

    I bust my butt day in day out working for the man. :D
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    Re: how to bypass seat safety switch

    If you have a broken wire to the switch where you tie all (both) the wires together makes a difference. It doesn't do any good to tie them together at the switch if the wire is broken.
  77. Re: John Deere 4400 hydro bogs down to stall when moving fwd or reverse

    Are you running the RPMs fast enough, brake on? Just asking I have made silly mistakes myself.
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    Re: Well Pumps - Variable Speed?

    what determines the HZ a motor can run at? I have run motors up to 120HZ in drive class (sounded like a dentists drill :laughing:). But I don't think that was intended for constant use and I always...
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    Re: over deliver, beyond expectation

    You are right on target
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    Re: Well Pumps - Variable Speed?

    Yes I would guess that with irrigation and sprinkler applications this technology would shine
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    Re: over deliver, beyond expectation

    Buckeye that is exactly what I am talking about. Hollow buzzwords that sound like superhuman effort is made. But the rubber of reality never hits the road.
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    Re: over deliver, beyond expectation

    Steppenwolfe thanks its nice to be appreciated :cool2:
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    Re: over deliver, beyond expectation

    John
    Nice choice of tractor. How do you like it?
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    over deliver, beyond expectation

    We over deliver, exceed expectations etc. Anyone else tired of hearing this type of empty rhetoric?
    Everywhere I turn product is made cheaper and service is poorer yet I hear more and more...
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    Re: Well Pumps - Variable Speed?

    This VFD on a well pump is an interesting idea. There have got to be more parts to fail e.g. pressure sensor and controller. Pump should last longer due to soft starts (but well pumps last pretty...
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    Re: Diesel knock and overall sound

    a lot of things can effect sounds from equipment. temp, is there snow, do I have a hat on, am I near a building, am I aggravated, do the trees have leaves on, is the tractor just starting up or has...
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    Re: ginseng outlaws

    I figure these shows are a bunch of people that know each other. They sit around and say "Hey Jim you be the guy that buys the stuff." "Bill you be a guy that collects it." "Ted you be the evil guy"...
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    Re: home hvac problem / question

    I believe the major change from heat to cool in a heat pump is just the reversing valve. is that in line with the fuse that blows? It is a solenoid control. But I think Trane releases it for heat. IE...
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    ginseng outlaws

    I had the pleasure of watching some kind of Outlaw show last night about harvesting ginseng. I was amazed how realistic it seemed :mad:. Did anyone else happen to catch it?

    It seems that they have...
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    Re: LS vs NH

    I have only heard positive things about LS so that sounds good to me.
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    Re: LS vs NH

    Thanks
    Do they still have Shibaura motors?
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    LS vs NH

    There seems to be a relationship between NH and LS but I am not clear what it is. I see people here note that some NH tractors are built by LS. OR some parts are. I am confident that this forum can...
  93. Re: 4' LED "shop" lights for ~ $32 at Costco

    do you have a link for these lights? I am not sure what you mean.
    Thanks
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    Re: sand blast questions

    I was not aware of this type of business. I will look into it locally
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    Re: sand blast questions

    what style of sandblaster did he use?
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    Re: A question regarding purple wood.

    HEY --- I think that is cedar:drink:
    I don't know if it is exposure sunlight or air but it gets duller once it is split
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    sand blast questions

    I have a couple pieces of cast iron furniture I want to clean up and repaint. I have done 2 with a wire wheel but I would like better results. I can't seem to get into many of the crevices.
    I was...
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    Re: Printers and ink??

    I get the cheap ink refills from amazon for 2 canon and 2 brother all in one printers. They are about 8-14 dollars for pretty much four cartridges each of black and all the colors. That is like 12...
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    Re: XR4046HC

    disregard last post
    don't know how I got on that old thread
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    Re: XR4046HC

    I would think you want a 6' bucket. My TC 45 has a 6' bucket and it needs it to cover the tire footprint. I think the TC is pretty much the same tractor as you are talking about.
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