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  1. Re: L3301 front hydraulics leaking after warranty work

    The leak won't be related to the original leak, in itself. But rather the work done when repairing said leak. The "tank" for the hydraulic fluid is the case itself on this tractor. It uses the...
  2. L3301 front hydraulics leaking after warranty work

    I'm not usually the type of person to have work done, then after the fact start nit picking every little thing and claim "it wasn't doing that before, it's something you did". I'm a mechanic, I have...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    It got a little better. It had a little seepage at the 50 hour service. I kept an eye on it and saw it was getting slightly worse as time went on. At 270 hours I had parked it on concrete and was...
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    Re: John Deere LT 160 wont move

    If it's a hydrostatic trans, I imagine it's the same as my L120 and LT110. If so, it's a K46 transmission made by Tuff Torq. I've serviced both of mine, the L120 just a couple weeks ago, with...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    Yeah big bummer. And just got worse. My dealer has been pretty good to me until today. I'll wait and see how it pans out tomorrow before I rant too much. Heads are gonna roll though
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    This was the very first problem and "fix" performed on my L3301. It probably had less than 2 hours on it. You couldn't even lean out to view around the hood at what you were scraping with the loader....
  7. Re: Large Enclosed Trailers - Experience and Advice for towing on steep and rough ro

    Sorry this took me so long, I couldn't find the blocks for a while. Pretty simple, 2.5 inch square tubing, 1/4 inch. I welded the bolts so I didn't have to mess with washers or backup wrench inside...
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    Re: Ford 6.4 diesel reviews

    It's not so much a specific number to watch for. You need to monitor the correlation between coolant temp and oil temp. They should typically be within 20ish degrees of one another. If the oil temp...
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    Re: GN hitches, likes and dislikes?

    Careful with Curt. Allot of times you have to buy 2 kits. A universal hitch system, then the vehicle specific mounting kit. Make sure the $400 isn't just 1 of 2
  10. Re: Well, I guess it had to happen sooner or later

    Wow that sucks. If you didn't have hazing at the tail pipe, you might have only had one injector fail. That is almost always a symptom of multiple injectors failing. GM has specs for fuel rates that...
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    Re: GN hitches, likes and dislikes?

    I have that hitch in my current truck. Honestly it's my least favorite. I've had several brands and designs. I'm not positive it's Curt though, I just don't like the design. Curt as a company is...
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    Re: gooseneck extenders ??

    I can't vouch for that taller tube type posted above, never seen one. Pretty neat though. But I've used the other, flat plate type. I had a 1 ton mega cab, very common to mash the cab on these with...
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    Re: Ford 6.4 diesel reviews

    About the legalities of dpf deletes, highly illegal. It always has been, like cutting the converters out of a gasoline car. But allot of folks did it. But it's much more risky now. The tuning...
  14. Thread: 7.3 tranny

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    Re: 7.3 tranny

    Have you scanned for codes? It might point you to something as simple as a solenoid issue. The 4r100 uses a solenoid pack, not individuals. You should check it out before or during a rebuild anyway,...
  15. Re: Large Enclosed Trailers - Experience and Advice for towing on steep and rough ro

    We used to pull the dragster around in a 32 foot toy hauler behind a 40 foot motorhome. From the axle to the receiver on the rv was over 10 feet, and possibly the same tail swing on the trailer. This...
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    Re: Seating tire beads

    Agreed, starter fluid isn't what it used to be. My thought is that maybe it's toned down due to the amount of diesel owners on the road these days. Tons more folks, at least in my area, are driving...
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    Re: Diesel Engine Theory

    I don't quite understand what your saying in the first part. I don't know if your suggesting the op had a lack of fuel, or a lack of displacement. I think we've pretty well determined a lack of...
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    Re: First Snake of the year

    That would be a tough call for me lakeside. I don't necessarily enjoy dealing with numerous deadly creatures every day, but I guess I'm used to it. It's like driving a car I guess. Your taught not to...
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    Re: Diesel Engine Theory

    I believe as he's described it, he was at x amount of throttle, say 50%. But loaded the tractor to 100% for that rpm range. He raised the throttle without relieving any load, now calling for 75%...
  20. Thread: Hub sensor

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    Re: Hub sensor

    Many aftermarket (maybe most) duramax filters have plastic threads. And the WIF sensor on the bottom, including the threaded drain is plastic, from the factory. This isn't hardly just Napa doing...
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    Re: john deere 160 mowing deck won't engage.

    I concur, found mine to be the pto clutch. Very obviously fried upon visual inspection. Just ordered a new aftermarket unit off eBay for my 120
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    Re: Diesel Engine Theory

    You are correct that there is no air metering. Some vehicle applications used a butterfly plate to create a vacuum, but only to draw exhaust gases through the emissions system, so that doesn't really...
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    Comparison Re: Kubota L3301 vs L3800

    Hockeylover hit it on the head. There are 3 typical, and completely independent systems in most emissions compliant truck exhaust systems now, that I'm sure is also in big truck and equipment...
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    Re: Thoughts on 02 2500HD

    Unless your mechanically inclined, the lb7 is a gamble. Even if injectors have been replaced. If they were cheap aftermarket units, it's no better off than it was before. I've had several customers...
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    Re: RAM 3500 Question

    I have a handful of customers with first gen 12 valves, between a quarter and half mil miles, still fire on the first revolution when starting. The trucks are quite literally falling apart around the...
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    Re: First Snake of the year

    Oh and I forgot about these little fellas. Tons of these. Huntsman spiders. If you put one in the palm of your hand, it would come closer than you'd like to filling it up. But the most dangerous part...
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    Re: First Snake of the year

    You folks talking about living in places without these creatures, I wouldn't know what to do. Growing up all my life in west Texas, it's just a way of life I suppose. I've been fortunate enough to be...
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    Re: Co-worker with 6.4 Ford Power Stroke problems.

    If it ever helps sway you, I work on duramax's less than the other 2 major manufacturers. By a lot. They are the imports of the diesel truck world, made by Isuzu. Built much differently. That's not...
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    Re: WHAT DO YOU THINK???

    Many auto makers (if not all) have done this every year or few years for a long time. Dodge diesels, and maybe gasolines, through most of the 04+ models, they changed enough with each calibration...
  30. Loader Re: 2 inch FEL Clyinders for LA524 L3800/L3200

    My first thought would be to look on messicks.com. I don't know what factory replacements would cost. Nor do I know the implications of trying to retrofit aftermarket units. But you should at least...
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    Re: Co-worker with 6.4 Ford Power Stroke problems.

    It sucks they may have lost a little on trade but at least they got out while they could. That's good to hear. The frequent regen is possibly the dpf clogging up. Many don't realize that although...
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    Re: Jacking up a vehicle for an oil change

    These are amazing tools to have. Not allot of folks have them on a residential or "novice" scale so to speak. Due to the cost and amount of room required, both floor space and ceiling height. That's...
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    Re: FEL lines refuse to connect. Huh????

    +1 for the extension. I tap it with a hammer. Mine are all female, no option to hook together. I've got an idea for a tool that will hook around the bottom of the fitting and have a pivoting handle...
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    Re: Kubota D1402 rebuilt with low compression

    Agreed, have cylinders and pistons mic'd. If it's all still standard sizes and you can see any cross hatch, it hasn't lost too much meat but check for out of round. Particularly the cylinder right...
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    Re: f350 5.4l stalling problem

    Here's the one hanging in my shop
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    Unfortunately, the prices are far from accurate these days. Shop rates in my area are around $125 an hour. Higher for diesel
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    Re: f350 5.4l stalling problem

    Mass airflow sensor can cause stalling, but unlikely to have set the oss code. Very unlikely. To clean it, pull the plastic shell that clamps to the air cleaner assembly, take the hose off, unplug...
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    Tractor Sizing Re: How important is rear diff lock on CUT?

    I may get in trouble for saying this, but that's one of the first mods I did to mine. When leaning to the right to look around the hood to see where my bucket was, the springy seat would lean with me...
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    Re: Jacking up a vehicle for an oil change

    So... like this?

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  39. Thread: LED light bars

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    Re: LED light bars

    I understand already having a light bar and wanting to use it. But if you end up buying them, my personal suggestion is get the longest ones that will fit in your rops. I think mine are either 24" or...
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    Tractor Sizing Re: How important is rear diff lock on CUT?

    Just about 10 minutes ago I learned with mine that even with 4 wheel drive, when it's rained and made things slick, my tractor isn't going to move much dirt. Even with diff lock it was doing more...
  41. Thread: Broken F150

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    Re: Broken F150

    Whaaaat? And you don't even follow drag racing, lol. Any drag racer would have creamed his jeans at the sight of that. I have no clue what is in that trailer, surely not the car that Tony...
  42. Thread: Broken F150

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    Re: Broken F150

    Your very right. It is a blower resistor. I have no clue why I typed voltage regulator. I guess I was already on track for describing it's functionality. My brain is already fried for the week from...
  43. Thread: Broken F150

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    Re: Broken F150

    Nearly always when a blower only has high speed, it's the voltage regulator. Our module as ford is calling it. It gives resisted, lower voltages to the motor for lower speeds, and is "direct drive"...
  44. Thread: Broken F150

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    Re: Broken F150

    I can't believe out of all of those fords you've never had a spark plug blow out of an older one or break off in a newer one. Your a lucky guy, haha. It must be a regional difference. Around here you...
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    Re: Slip Clutch Advice

    I just got done rebuilding an unrecognized slip clutch on a shredder I bought used. I didn't know a thing about them but managed to get it working perfectly thanks to the help of the fine members of...
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    Re: f350 5.4l stalling problem

    Ok, I went on my shop program to pull up some wiring diagrams for you. I ran across a tip from another mechanic, a trans guy, that posted nearly identical symptoms on a customer's truck. A little...
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    Re: Ford Automatic Transmission Operation

    Most of the newer vehicles now, the tow/haul mode no longer disables gears. It changes shift points from a smooth "slip" shift to a more aggressive to keep from burning clutches in case a higher...
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    Re: How do you evenly compact soil?

    Yes I will try to get some pictures sometime when I'm home in the daylight. I'll get some before and after. Everything is compacted in its rutted up state right now from our rain and ice. I'll have...
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    Re: f350 5.4l stalling problem

    I think being a 1 ton, even with the gas motor, you probably have the same trans that's in the diesels, 4R100. I don't typically do transmissions in my shop due to the vast array of specialty tools...
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    Re: How do you evenly compact soil?

    Yes, the float position is what I use to level the dirt. But my little bucket isn't heavy enough to compact while I'm dragging this way. So if I apply the weight of the tractor, it would seem it...
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    Re: How do you evenly compact soil?

    Thanks. We were typing at the same time. I was beginning to think a roller was maybe the best solution for my type of soil.

    As for the road. The main road coming in is a whole different deal....
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    Re: How do you evenly compact soil?

    Thanks for all the replies. I shouldn't have specified the trenches. I didn't mean to list those as a focal point. When I bought the place, there were a ton of things going on around the place...
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    Re: Indoor Humidity in the Winter

    Ha, just what I was thinking. It's amazing to learn the different daily struggles from one end of the continent to the other. I could only imagine the other side of the world.
    The goal here in west...
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    How do you evenly compact soil?

    On the property that the wife and I just purchased, it had a bunch of junk, unwanted growth, etc all around the house. Plus trenches have been dug for pipes and such. So now after all the rain and...
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    Re: Indoor Humidity in the Winter

    Do you know if your hvac unit is sized correctly for your house? It may be completely irrelevant, I probably don't have anything useful to add here. But your post doesn't say where your from, don't...
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    Re: Switched out halogen for led rear work light

    Come on, you know you want to. I'll take some pictures and do a write up on mine too, maybe that will help you. I think they are well worth it, even if they were twice the price. But I don't get off...
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    Re: F150 ecoboost drilled my intercooler

    The cat being replaced may have been because of a tsb also. There is one for that as well. Lots of problems stacking up for Ford on this one.

    No doubt your right about the effects when towing....
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    Re: F150 ecoboost drilled my intercooler

    You are very correct, that's exactly their purpose. Part of the problem is the over efficiency of the intercooler. It cools the charge air too much at times compared to ambient temperatures and...
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    Re: F150 ecoboost drilled my intercooler

    For the few of you that have actually experienced the misfire, have you done the updated tsb from ford? There were 2. One required a shield be put on the top portion of the ic, the second tsb had you...
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    Re: Grapple --- 1 Lid or 2

    I'd say just make more of those for tbn members, ought to sell like hotcakes!

    That turned out really nice! Your craftsmanship is fantastic! I agree I think you would appreciate having the tines...
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    Re: Switched out halogen for led rear work light

    Looks nice. I mounted led light bars inside my rops bar, one forward one backward. It's towards the top of the list of best mods so far.
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    Re: Grapple --- 1 Lid or 2

    This sounds like a challenge... I think I'm gonna go run the tractor around for a bit.

    I agree though. I'm no engineer so I can't vouch for every design or thickness/type of metal used. I didn't...
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    With that flange on top, it would be incredibly easy to set a post or put a hook on an existing structure to hang that. The balance point looks way off, but you could just use a chain and set it to a...
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    A what?
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    Re: Shredder clutch help needed

    Yep, thats the one. Looks just like it. Thanks, I would have never found that without you! I've been googling it quite a bit but all that I've seen is the ones with all the bolts around the...
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    Re: Grapple --- 1 Lid or 2

    Oh I didn't even realize you had already built it. Man that thing looks great! Mine is horrible in comparison. But I can't deny, still just as useful. I wouldn't be without it. Your going to love it....
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    Re: Shredder clutch help needed

    I guess I'm thinking at this point that regardless of what this thing was supposed to have been, I might should just try to identify the splines of the gearbox and buy and entire replacement clutch? ...
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    Too little, too late. Story of my life, ha! Oh well. Thats kind of the point I'm at with mine really. I was excited to build the hydraulic unit, but now that I have this one, it serves its...
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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    Oh, and countrybumpkin, I like your avatar. Nice to see someone else that thinks its ok to have racecars and tractors at the same time. Haha. At least I assume that is yours.

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    Re: Loader mounted post hole digger??

    I don't know how to link to other threads. I have a thread or two started on here about this, and I'm sure there are a whole lot of others too. I had plans of building one of these, mainly for...
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    Re: Grapple --- 1 Lid or 2

    Sorry, I haven't read every page in this thread, it's become quite large. But to the OP, if you still have the original question in mind: I built a grapple to go on the bucket of my L3301. Just a...
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    Re: Shredder clutch help needed

    Great info, thanks! That makes sense.

    I believe I was wrong about what this device is. I picked it up out of town. I took and posted that picture at the gas station leaving that town headed home....
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    Shredder clutch help needed

    Hi all, I just bought a shredder off of Craigslist. I have never owned or operated one that has a slip clutch, but I assume that's what this is. This thing is very used, no signs of a brand or model...
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    Re: Bucket Grabber Hyd Hoses.

    Looks good! I like how you set that up. I'm trying to finish up my grapple install and do a write up on it. I have a couple questions if you don't mind. The mesh stuff the hoses are bundled in,...
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    Re: Co-worker with 6.4 Ford Power Stroke problems.

    Its unfortunate they are having so many problems then. The limp mode could possibly be exhaust temp sensors. They go bad ALOT. While incredibly inconvenient, its a very simple fix. Cracked pistons...
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    Re: Co-worker with 6.4 Ford Power Stroke problems.

    At full throttle it creates around 24k psi. No filtration other than inlet screens on the injectors at this stage. The pump and all injectors have return lines to dump excess fuel that wasn't...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    Looking at the diagrams you provided teg, I'm pretty sure I can make it work. Easily. As long as its the same on the 3301. For some reason the diagrams aren't working from Messicks. I thought it...
  78. Re: L3200/3800/3301/3901 Rear Hydraulic Remotes Install Corrections/Hints

    Your other thread says you bought from Messicks. For some reason, I typed in a couple of the part numbers and they aren't found. How long ago did you buy your stuff? I wonder whats up with that? I...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    Thats how I tie the tractor down on the trailer actually. I have a chain hooked to the trailer, across a trailer ball on the draw bar. I drive the tractor forward with the right foot and akwardly...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    That's pretty handy. Messicks has the parts breakdowns but they aren't quite like that.
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    Sweet, I believe you are correct! Mine is the l3301 so hopefully it's the same. I won't order the kit, just the components necessary to mount the handle and pivot point to make it look clean. When I...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    Bummer, not working in reverse would defeat nearly all purpose of it for me.

    Are you meaning hooking cables to the forward/reverse pedal to control it by hand? That could work quite well. I may...
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    Re: Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    Hmmm... I had not thought about the cruise control option for that purpose. They told me about it when I bought the tractor implying it was easier if mowing long straight paths or something. I just...
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    Kubota L3200 / 3301 brake pedal placement

    I'm not sure what all models have the same arrangements. I have the new L3301 which I believe is nearly identical to the L3200. I've come to the conclusion that the designers made an error when...
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    Re: Question about post hole auger teeth

    Sorry, to answer your response about renting the bobcat. I've recently purchased the property I'm living on. I'm looking at years of projects. I'm hoping to come up with a reasonably priced auger...
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    Re: Question about post hole auger teeth

    Thanks for replying. By saying the teeth that hammer into pockets, you make me envision the aggressive knobby rock bits with the round teeth. Sorry, I'm sure thats what I described, but not really...
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    Question about post hole auger teeth

    I've read through some threads here on tbn and looked around on ebay and such but I'm a little confused about my options. I've recently purchased a used phd with an auger that has the twisty pilot...
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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    I get that part, and agree. My earlier post asking about them being plumb was for that exact scenario. What I was referring to were the people suggesting a diagonal support saying it would fix the...
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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    I have a 16' as well, no sag. You guys talking about sagging and adding a diagonal support, are you meaning within the gate frame, or from the hinge post to the gate? I can see some functionality to...
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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    Another thought. It would be simple enough to check level on your pins. Just use a plumb bob in both directions. Hang it from the top pin and see if it matches perfectly with the bottom one. You...
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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    I concur with everyone saying to rotate the top hinge. It seems that the issue would be the bottom pin in the post is slightly closer to the street than the top one. I've found this to be the hardest...
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    Re: Tightening up slop in tube gate hinge???

    I have several of these gates. Some have hinges slightly different than the others. So I don't know exactly the shape of your hinges. But I've fixed some of mine. There was enough open space between...
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    Re: Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    I have used it pretty extensively over the last week or two. The air should be out. It's not the ram I don't believe. It's just the loose fit on all of the pins, due to my fabrication techniques. I...
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    Re: Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    Yes sir, thanks to you! I was already shopping for a new, shorter cylinder until you made that suggestion. Good call, worked perfectly!

    The reason to add some bump-stops was not only for the sake...
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    Grapple build for Kubota L3301

    After much trial and error (more error) and a bunch of help from the fine members of TBN, I've nearly completed my grapple. It's not pretty, but its mostly functional. The only thing it lacks is...
  96. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Oh my, wonder what happened here. I stopped getting alerts on this thread for some reason. Thanks for all the helpful responses! I've got the grapple redone, and working pretty well. Its still...
  97. Re: Loss Of Power and Lots Of White/Grey Smoke On Mitsubishi 3 Cylinder Diesel

    When you guys are checking compression, where are you doing it from? I'm a diesel mechanic but I'm unfamiliar with these engines. Are you using a glow plug hole, or removing injector? If the injector...
  98. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Ah ha, no sir I didn't. I always use the Search button on the top row of controls. Its results are usually confusing and irrelevant. Thanks for the tip!
  99. Re: Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    Thank you sir! I didn't even think of drilling the tube itself. I was envisioning using smaller pvc and putting T's on each end. I figured someone would already know what size PVC would accept a...
  100. Help finding thread on mocking up cylinders with PVC

    I remember seeing something somewhere instructing how to mock up a hydraulic cylinder using PVC pipe and fittings. I'm having to change up the design of my grapple for a different length of...
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