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    Re: 7010 FEL Recomendations Wanted

    Why third party?
    I am not sure about a 7010 but I know KMW makes loaders for several different Mahindra Tractors.
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    Re: Mahindra 6530 couple questions/issues

    I was thinking if there were too much free play then you would not have as much release on the clutch but if you think there is not the amount the service manual calls for then it must not be that....
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    Re: Mahindra 6530 couple questions/issues

    Is your clutch adjusted correctly(amount of freeplay)
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    Re: Bradco 11HD on a 5530

    As mentioned above, it came from a Ford 9030 Bi-Directional Tractor. I'm not sure if you can tell from the pictures but the hydraulic controls are ran by cables that are able to be put in the...
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    Re: Bradco 11HD on a 5530

    Here's some pics515987515988515989515990
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    Re: Bradco 11HD on a 5530

    Yea, I'll see if I can get some pics tomorrow. Thanks for the info.
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    Re: Bradco 11HD on a 5530

    Well how bout this. Does anyone on here know if the bolt pattern on the 11HD is the same a a Bradco 511?
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    Bradco 11HD on a 5530

    Hello all its been quite a while,

    I have recently found a Bradco 11HD and am wondering if anyone has any pics of the subframe for there hoe's on a similar tractor(IE 5530, 6530 etc.)
    I am just...
  9. Re: puffing smoke and throwing codes! (5530 2012-13)

    Concerning the code "make sure your throttle is at its lowest setting when starting". As for the stuttering have you ever advanced the timing on the injector pump? It may need it there have been many...
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    Re: Blinking light and loose steering

    Be sure the throttle is at its lowest setting at start-up for the blinking light issue. On the steering, what year is the tractor as I am not sure that you'll have a separate reservoir I think that...
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    Re: 3PH Post Hole Digger vs Rim Guard?

    There are kits to add down force to the Post hole digger;)
  12. Re: Rear blade recommendation for 45hp 4WD tractor

    As for end plates, if you end up wanting them any metal shop could make you a pair down the road sometime and I would make them where you can adjust them about 3" above the bottom of the blade. As...
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    Re: Building a grapple for my forks

    Man I bet that will be a great addition to anyone's arsenal of tractor implements.

    Good build!!!
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    Re: Check out this...

    Or, batteries go dead in remote... Hurry hurry hurry get to Wal-Mart and pick me up some CR-2025's, ohh yea we need milk too!:p
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    Re: Check out this...

    Nice. Can't say I would want one but he has done a good job at engineering it.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Hydraulic Top Link Drawbacks

    All uses are great on hydraulic top link and I am just going to reiterate what 1 member said just to make sure it was caught. "it makes hooking up implements easier" No longer are you fiddle farting...
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    Re: Milk Weed problems

    Hey, at least ya got food for the honey bee's right.
    Just tryin to be a glass half full kinda guy.:p
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Hopefully the sales rep's know a bit about their products and can give me some more info on this subject. It usually seems as though I get the sales but not the rep b/c anymore finding someone whom...
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Well the fastest of these is under 300 f/s. But I still am not sure if there is a reason for this besides the gearbox not requiring as much power to cut or if it is a safety issue w/ the components...
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Even at a 1.93 ratio at 540 rpm on a 6' mower the blade tip speed would be under 350 fps or at least that is what I came up w/.

    1.93gear ratio * 540rpm@pto = 1042 rpm on blades
    6' mower so blade...
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Thanks for the input thus far. As fallon suggested "check the rating for the blades and drive train." That is what I wondered about. W/ the extra speed and the chance of finding some underbrush...
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    What would be the best way to go about this?

    The stump jumper and blades have no ID on them.
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Its the original box to the mower.
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    Re: Gear box ratio.

    Its a 6' brush mower
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    Gear box ratio.

    So I've put to pasture an old Cheetah gear box due to a broken input shaft and the fact that the parts to repair it will be about 3/4 of the cost of a new higher HP rated box. In order to get the...
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    Buying Advice Re: Mahindra 6110 Is it ok ?

    Don't forget to sharpen the blades on your mower so it doesn't just tie knots in the grass.:D
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    Re: Wow is this a scam?

    All right. I'm putting a stamp on it and putting it in the mail as we speak!;)
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    Re: Wow is this a scam?

    Really:licking:

    By more is that more than one scam?
    Is there a subscription cost or is that all inclusive?
    I can't wait for my first lesson.
    Checks in the mail and I await as an excited...
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    Re: Wow is this a scam?

    Just put it up for info for anyone interested and discussion I have a 2011 5530 so no need for me just thought it was a bit cheap for a real tractor. But, like ya say, ya dont know till you ask.
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    Wow is this a scam?

    Was browsing craigslist just for the heck of it and came across this:

    2006 mahindra best 7520 tractor

    Wow 6 grand for a 7520 either its a scam or he has some problems. RIGHT???

    I know there...
  31. Re: Is the Mahindra 7060 Cab tractor too heavy for HP

    Don't know about the 60 series but I have a 30 series (simple and strong!) w/ only 55 hp and it weighs over 6000lbs and does great.
    Hopefully some of the 60 owners will let ya know what they feel.
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    Re: Crawler Conversions

    Keep in mind that old star posts are really weak metal so make several extra for repairs.

    Looks interesting though ought to grab like no other.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Tractor backhoe - homemade

    +1:thumbsup:
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    Re: Tractor backhoe - homemade

    The shipping would get me but after seeing the quality in your work go ahead and send me one of everything you build.:thumbsup:

    Great looking work!!

    That is one big piece of equipment. Has the...
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    Re: Mahindra: Nothing but problems

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: School me on magnetic drills

    Nice write up w/ lots of good info:thumbsup:
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    Re: School me on magnetic drills

    Nice write up w/ lots of good info:thumbsup:
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    Re: School me on magnetic drills

    Earlier someone had a good point: Strap that thing down! or clap it. But I would still take a mag over hand drilling any day and like I said if you need to get ingenious and clamp a piece of plate to...
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    Re: School me on magnetic drills

    You can get a chuck that will take any of your normal bits but it is usually an added option(which just translates into more money)
    Other important things to look at would be variable speed and...
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    Thanks for all the replies on this subject. Like I said earlier if you have a bit of info on flue setup or stoves you recommend put it in here it gives me a place to really start digging.
    I have...
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    The PE stoves look really well built. I need to make it somewhere that has them in a showroom to see one.

    Thanks west
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    How well do the Pacific Energy hold up to high heat.
    My primary wood source is Osage Orange(Extremely hard hot burning wood) which will destroy a normal stove. That is why I was leaning toward this...
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    Thanks for that IXLR8 that is kinda where I am at as far as the damper.
    I live where the wind is always blowing in the winter. Normally out of the North but at times any other direction and usually...
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    Thanks for the info so far. I was, at first planning on using single wall pipe in the house but have read that double wall is close to as good w/ letting the heat into the surrounding area so for the...
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    Re: Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    The 55 looks great (basically the 50 without the top load) but I do like the top load feature.

    Moss you are right about the log sizes that actually fit in the stoves as I went and looked at one in...
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    Happy Heat! Wood Stove Help

    Hello Everybody,

    The wife and I are looking at (finally) putting in a wood stove. The first stoves we looked at were Vermont Castings which are very beautiful stoves, but the headaches that it...
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    Re: chainsaw fuel questions

    If you have it available I HIGHLY suggest using Renegade Pro 110+ and then a quality 2-stroke like Bel-Ray synthetic.

    I have left this combo setting in equipment and have started it after 2 years...
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    Re: Non Ethanol gasoline

    Read the labels on your quality 2-stroke oils they will not stand behind their oils if you use ethanol gas.
    Ethanol wipes the cylinders "clean" which is a nice way of saying it takes all the lube...
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    Re: building a well

    How to Drill Your Own Water Wellmaybe try for info here also.

    Good luck 25 feet isn't too bad!
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    Re: Propane shortage

    Gonna have to call BS on that one. You can't say that rad heat is less efficient unless you have seen the design of every home and stove installed. In terms of heat, radiant heat is one of the best...
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    Re: Nut and fruit trees

    Nice site too.
    If you order from them keep us informed on their quality it is always nice to know about good nurseries. IMO especially ones w/ Pawpaws
    Man the Pawpaw's and persimmon's are a...
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    Re: Nut and fruit trees

    Thanks, there is a lot of good info there Bob!
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    Re: Nut and fruit trees

    I'm not sure the variety, but here in Eastern Kansas Pecans grow very well. I have recently started about 50 from seed and my father has at least 100 that are about 20 yrs. old and about 35' tall...
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    Re: Chop saw blades

    I bought a R4141 RIDGID 14" ABRASIVE CUT OFF MACHINE because it was built stout and you could clamp irregular material to the base. But the stator burnt up after less than 50 cuts but I had the...
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    Re: Everlast 140 and other DC welders

    I have an Imig 200 from everlast although it is a wire machine it can be used to stick also and to help answer your questions.

    Question #1. If you could do it again would you buy the same machine....
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    Congrats. Glad to hear it.:thumbsup:
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    Re: 7018 vs 6013 vs everything else

    Where have you ran across 1/16" 7014? The only 1/16" rod I have ever found is 6013. The welding store I go to (Matheson) does not keep any 1/16" rod in stock. The only place I have found 1/16" is...
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    Is this similar to the hose you are talking about.(The suction hose from transmission screen before the pump)Or am I not understanding you correctly and it is a line from your aux valves.

    As I am...
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    Re: Rescued the wife today.

    Glad everything worked out OK.
    Sounds as though you both got your cardio exercise in today.:D
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    I have not had the greatest experience w/ their service dept.:thumbdown: How has your experience w/ them been?
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    Who do you deal with. Are you dealing w/ Blue Valley Tractor?
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    Re: 7018 vs 6013 vs everything else

    I have always heard that 6013 is for thin steels as it does not burn through the material easily, which means it would be best not to think it would penetrate deeply in thicker steel. But if you were...
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    That is weird that a return line would be giving you such a hard time. I'm out of ideas.

    Good luck hopefully it is an easy fix.

    Keep us posted on what you find.
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    Re: 4035 hydraulic leak

    Does the metal pipe you are attaching to have any pits in the metal? Or, does it look colapsed? When you slid the new hose on(since it was tight) did it slice/cut the interior of the new hose?
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    Like I said earlier. Take the carb apart and clean it. I'd bet pennies to pesos that a jet is clogged.
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    Re: That's a dumb law!

    Yea, I hate that you can't hear the sarcasm from my keyboard. I think the keys are broken:D

    Have a good day.
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    Re: That's a dumb law!

    Well thats a real dumb one what county would that be in:duh:
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    I have re-powered an old monkey wards tiller with a 6.5hp predator. The first motor was no good out of the box as something was wrong with the valves, they did not close completely so it would not...
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    Re: My local newspaper is a big disappointment

    Very good that you will stand for what you believe.:drink:
    There are a good many of you members that I would be honored to buy a drink and share a conversation with in person. Even though there are...
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    Re: My local newspaper is a big disappointment

    Crooks will do anything!!!:fiery:
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    I had a cheepie cummings tool generator and the fuel hose that went from the tank let little bits of hose chunk off into the carb and clog the jets so I replaced the hose and cleaned the carb. No...
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    Re: My local newspaper is a big disappointment

    Ha ha ha that's funny right there.:laughing: Factual and news source in the same sentence.
    Prepare to be constantly disappointed.:confused3:
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    Re: welding machine adjuster

    Pretty clever, but my wife is gonna kick my @ss when she sees me in the garage with her medela bag wiring the welder up.:laughing:
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    Mowing Re: Removing Chaff From Tractor Radiator

    That's a darn good idea. I like it.:thumbsup:

    Heck, you could even use the washable blue furnace screens if you are a tightwad like me:rolleyes:
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    Re: stick welder question

    :thumbsup:

    Its fine not to understand everything but with the questions you are having I would find some help that understood electricity and could help you through it. Not someone to do it for...
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    Re: My local newspaper is a big disappointment

    Yes, real human interest story.


    Poor Criminal Stuck in Jail Living Off Hard Earned Tax Dollars! Ohh the Humanity!

    Hahaha!!!
    ........and...
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    Re: stick welder question

    k0ua has a good point there.
    Also, I myself have found that KT industries rod is junk and you are better off w/ lincoln or esab but, I find lincoln rod is easier to strike though I like the way esab...
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    Re: stick welder question

    I get ya.

    You sure ya don't want multiple 220 outlets in the garage. Man that grinder would run real fast!:shocked:

    Have a good New Year's
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    Re: stick welder question

    But why would you want to run it on 120V

    Change out the breaker for a 240 and switch out the outlet and run at the higher voltage.It will be cheaper anyways. Where are you gonna find a 30amp...
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    Re: The Airing of Grievances

    He was only calling everyone here a winner but he has a problem spellin':p
  81. Thread: copper pistons

    by EMB5530
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    Re: copper pistons

    Yes, it is very interesting to run into someone who really knows there metals and look at what they make. Heck I can find all sorts of interest in just a home made punch. Geek:ashamed:
  82. Thread: copper pistons

    by EMB5530
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    Re: copper pistons

    Metalurgy is a very interesting subject(wish I were smart enough to understand it:confused3:) A book I found out about from some posting on here was "Metals and How To Weld Them" and it talks a...
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    Re: 1/2 ton or 3/4 ton?

    Less than 10K!!!
    Yea, thats what I was looking for too. Something 4x4 extended cab 3/4 ton and it is impossible unless you want something more worn out than good. So I still have the old '84 F-250...
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    Re: Look like Global warming was a HOAX after all

    :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Re: Mahindra 4530 4WD Spitting/Backfiring

    Many have had a timing issue(me included on my 5530) where we had to advance timing a little, but before you change anything make the normal checks first.
    Fuel filter, fuel screen(in tank) fuel...
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    Re: limestone flat tires please help

    Are you sure its limestone? I have only seen this problem w/ crushed granite.
    Like a few have said already though I would compact the heck out of it, and also drive very slowly with your vehicles.
    ...
  87. Thread: OUCH

    by EMB5530
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    Re: OUCH

    Must have been shipping it to have a clutch put in.
    Looks like the guy was pretty quick at splitting the tractor.:p
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    Re: Is Lawton's Family Farm getting a "raw" deal?

    Yea, should really listen to the FDA about raw milk because they are pretty spot on about the info they provide.:duh:
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    Re: Is Lawton's Family Farm getting a "raw" deal?

    Another moron with issues wanting to tote their power!

    And as previously asked how was the state ever "on the hook"

    When has raw milk ever been proven any more dangerous than pasturized?

    If...
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    Re: Alternatives to tire chains?

    Wow thats interesting. I've never seen anything like those. If they work or not, no idea, but neat.

    To the OP do you have a loader on your tractor? Maybe you can get a load of 1/2 gravel delivered...
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    Re: No more high speed chases???

    Well honesty of course.
    That is why gun laws also work, because criminals follow the rules.
  92. Re: Earth Tubes: How to build a low cost system to passively heat and cool your home

    The only problem w/ the pvc pipe is if he is having it ripped in like most drainage tile its gonna cost a LOT more to install than the original estimate.
  93. Re: Earth Tubes: How to build a low cost system to passively heat and cool your home

    Just a thought, but as a just in case, I would install a higher velocity fan for the fact that the pipe you are using has corrigations that will collect and hold some water constantly and yearly you...
  94. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Thankyou for your quick attention to my little problem you are a great person to deal with.

    Also, do you have any good deals on your heavier duty stick welders.
  95. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Thankyou so much for the quick answer!!!
    I tried to order some knurled rollers for my I-MIG 200
    I figure that would be something fairly easy to get seeing as how most your machines take the same...
  96. Sticky: Re: Everlast Welders - Welders and Plasma Cutters by Everlast

    Has anyone had any luck trying to order anything from everlast lately or has the company folded up?
    I recently tried to order parts for an Power I-MIG 200. Then, a day after the payment was accepted...
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    Re: one more land plane build

    The material will not spill over the blade to be redistributed evenly therefore filling in holes and plaining the gravel but, it would help keep you from the washboard effect when removing material.
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    Re: one more land plane build

    It seems if you cut your beam in half the plane would be a bit short. Maybe split it down the middle length wise so you can make it a little longer.

    :2cents:
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    Re: Stainless Steel Loader Pins

    Not trying to highjack but does anyone know what kind of stainless might be used for the shaft in large verticle turbine pumps. I would think it has to be stronger than normal 304,308, or 316...
  100. Re: Kubota L3200 TnT & 3rd function install (work in progress)

    I know the answer... YES!!!
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