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    Re: Case 680K odd starting issue

    I don't think this has a carb, it's a diesel engine.
    Yes it does sound like its loosing prime, check your fuel lines for leakage etc. Also check around fuel filter and around fuel tank for small...
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    Re: 6" Vermeer chipper wont charge

    Have you tried another regulator?
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    Re: which snow blower is better?

    I've had both, and personally I prefer the "pull" type. No more soar neck but I did have a long drive to plow and if i had to buy again, I'd go with the pull type. Yes they are "more" expensive,...
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    Re: New Business doing great!

    Nice, Real nice, I like the idea of a smaller truck like yours, you can go in tighter spots with it. Looks like your all set, all the best to your new venture.:thumbsup:
  5. Re: Ford 1700: Blowing filters on newly installed hydraulic return filter

    No expert but just curious, have you checked what the pressure is ( on the return )when you load the system. This should give you an indication as to why the filter is blowing.
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    Re: LS XR3037C radio instal

    Here's a little tip when connecting your speakers to the radio,....some speakers don't have their polarity marked on the connectors, negative wire must go to negative and positive to positive of the...
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    Re: Kubota L4200 Alternator not exciting

    The bulb for the "exciter" circuit ( in your dash ) does not ground out. One end of the bulb connects to the exciter on the alt and the other end (thats usually grounded) connects to the ignition key...
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    Re: Dead Spot on Starter?

    Like others have stated, check for good connections, especially at the "starter solenoid", before replacing the starter, I would replace the solenoid, there fairly cheap.
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    Re: No Spill Diesel Can that works?

    If you hold your cans "sideways" they pour much faster, same goes for windshield washer. No spout though, I use a large funnel.
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    Re: Working under the bucket?

    Muffler clamps to hold angle.
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    Re: Making Nicer Torch Cuts ???

    I use to work in a steel mill, cutting 5" square billets of steel, the trick for me was, start slow, when you see that "white" puddle starting, move slowly at the "same" slow speed, watching your...
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    Re: box blade wet pot hole advice

    Dig the hole out about 6 inches with a backhoe bucket making it "square" l__l , then fill it in. Less chance of the stone coming out that way.
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    Re: JD 1140 Alternator Alignment

    I don't know about the bracket, but the tabs on the alt could possibly be ground down behind with a grinder for a better fit, adding a washer in the front, this should bring it "back" a bit.
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    Re: DIY building a row-er

    mmmmm....french fries.:licking:
  15. Re: Afternarket Hydraulic Cylinder overhaul kits?

    Whats the "kit" number?
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    Re: Drilling a small hole thru backhoe boom?

    Couldn't you tack weld the bracket.
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    Re: B2400 starting problem finally solved

    Here's a direct link for the instruction's in pdf format, the pics are a little off but at the end of the pdf, there's a schematic diagram that may help some.
    ...
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    Re: Incandescent to LED Bulbs

    Thank's MSB.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Incandescent to LED Bulbs

    MSB, just curious about those 1157's....are they "much" brighter than the originals?
  20. Thread: part missing

    by skyhook
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    Re: part missing

    Na, the bell housing is further left of that hole, you can see the bolts to the engine.
  21. Thread: part missing

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    Re: part missing

    I'd have to agree with banjodunn, looks like a fill hole for the trans.
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    Re: frost an a pole building?

    Good idea, or lift that corner of the roof to compensate.:)
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    Re: frost an a pole building?

    I hear ya, whatever works for you.....:thumbsup: but if the frost is lifting that stone that your post is on, one way or another, you'll have to break through.
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    Re: frost an a pole building?

    Yes I have, there about $40 bucks or so a piece, the key is to stop the frost from lifting and these post's did the job for me on my front deck. In the past it was just mounted on blocks and the...
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    Re: frost an a pole building?

    Look up " techno posts " in google under images. I would ( if possible ) clean the hole out and install one of the techno posts as far below the frost line as you can, re-position your post on top...
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    Re: ignition problem

    If all the connections are good and tight and clean, my guess would be a new complete starter.
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    Re: Kubota bs2200 cranks....wont start

    Here's how i did mine,...a thin flat screwdriver ( the same thickness as the fuse leg) with a fine piece of sandpaper folded over the end of the the screwdriver, then insert it in and out of the fuse...
  28. Re: Does the f250 Super Duty make the f350 obsolete?

    Things get tricky when you start combing trailer weight, so I don't know, But on my F350, I just told the license bureau it was for personal use, they give you a red 'personal use" sticker to add to...
  29. Re: Does the f250 Super Duty make the f350 obsolete?

    Not if you have the "personal use" sticker.
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    Re: Ford 3500 intake heater amp draw

    I understand what your saying, but,....here's my thoughts, like I said, I also have a "thermostart" on my machine. The ignition switch tag burnt do to "overheating" which in turn burned the 15 amp...
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    Re: Ford 3500 intake heater amp draw

    I never said they were.
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    Re: Ford 3500 intake heater amp draw

    Have one of those on my JCB, a push button starter switch should handle the amps, although you should have a "relay" to handle the amperage to the thermostart from the switch, a relay of 40 amps...
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    Re: Magnet Mounted LED ROPS Lights - PICS

    Just a heads up, from my experience, the 18w lights in the OP are not that water proof , here in the Canadian winter's, 2 of the 6 led's have burnt out within 6 months of use, they tend to fog up...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Good thing you gots your seat belt on that one....:p
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    Re: How can I straighten this?

    Have someone heat the stud while you add "several" nuts to it, when the stud is full of nuts, slowly straighten it.
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    Re: MF70 swing cyliders leaking

    Look up your backhoe here....
    AGCO Parts Books

    Sign in as "guest" and get the parts numbers for your seal kit, then "google" the parts number, I'm sure someone on Ebay has them.
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    Re: Adapting truck snow plow to L2250

    Thats most likely the "cross-over " valve.
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    Re: F250 motor swap, 7.3 diesel

    Nice, never knew that,, I own a 1997 4x4 F350/ 7.3...almost mint shape, only problem is a bad oil pan, will be pulling engine this summer to replace it.
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    Re: Hitch & Small Dump Trailer for BX

    PeterK,,I like that wood shed build, I think I'll copy your set-up.:thumbsup:
  40. Re: Ethics on clearing neighbor's drive ways and private lane

    Haha, reminds me of that song,," how do you like me now ".:p
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    Re: F250 motor swap, 7.3 diesel

    I thought 2003's came out with the 6.0
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    Re: Ford Powermaster VRS Kubota 4200

    I think the L4200 will do what you need, its a strong machine. Usually they come with a GST ( glide shift transmission ). IMO
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    Re: Adding a second water heater

    How about installing a second shower with it's own hot water tank,,maybe in the basement etc. Sounds like you need another bathroom.
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    Re: "Can borrow your tractor?"

    Just tell him "you couldn't afford the fuel for it", she drinks about $80 bucks worth an hour. Then ask him how many hours he needs it for....lol
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Thanks bud, maybe when you get a chance, I wouldn't mind seeing how that looks from the back and how you attach and remove them.
  46. Re: Help! Can't get exhaust pipe out of end of muffler

    WD40 and heat ( torches) the muffler if yo can, the muffler will expand so you can pull the tail pipe out.
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    Re: Battery Wiring Question

    Your bottom diagram shows 4 batteries. 2 connected in series for 24 volts and "another" 2 connected in series for 24 volts, these "2" sets are then connected in parallel for a total of 24 volts...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Rocky, I noticed your wings that you added are not "straight" out, but more on an angle, does this work well for you, I mean, when the blade is angled, does the snow slide to the side "well"? And...
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    Re: More Newbie Plow Questions

    Sometimes on "smaller tractors" that have a plow setup like yours, putting the plow in float will "lift" the front of tractor, but in your case, your tractor is much bigger and heavier, most likely...
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    Re: Bolt / hardware bin storage solution.

    Looks good, I suggest you get 2 of them. Things pile up fast, at least in my case.;)
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    Re: Look how much I saved by doing it myself...

    Good for you, OGM.:thumbsup:
  52. Re: Made my first $100 using the tractor..wooohooo!!!

    I think that was a very good deal for the home owner,:thumbsup: usual rate here is a buck a minute, but that doesn't include traveling time, and doing her walkway was also a bonus. Sounds like you...
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    Re: Strange JD 4 cyl Diesel Cold Start.

    When it's that cold, I would say a "minimum" of 3 hours block heater time.
  54. Thread: Frozen seat...

    by skyhook
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    Re: Frozen seat...

    While sitting on the seat,,try giving your index finger a few pulls, my dad use to do this.:laughing:
  55. Re: Just created a S corp and what to do with my tractor?

    Don't forget to claim those Hotel expenses, Mark.:p
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    Re: Strange JD 4 cyl Diesel Cold Start.

    All I can add is, if your referring to last weekend past, it was darn cold and many "cars" didn't start, so don't feel bad. In cold temps like this, its best ( if possible) to just leave the machine...
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Pictures of your snow weapons

    Nice machines, do you have the plow for it also.
  58. Re: Unbelievable prices for Massey parts! Pure HIGHWAY ROBBERY!

    There must be a way to remove the rubber before cleaning it, it was installed afterwards, you would think. As for your "hose" dilemma", you could always cut a piece of your 1 inch hose and place it...
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    Re: Went to look at a Case 580CK today

    Nice machine.
  60. Re: Unbelievable prices for Massey parts! Pure HIGHWAY ROBBERY!

    A quick look and I found this rad cap....$10 bucks.

    Massey-Ferguson, 1160, Cooling-System, Sub-Component, RADIATOR CAP, 3702576M1 at Wengers Of Myerstown
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    Re: HOW DOES AC WELDING DIFFER FROM DC WELDING

    lol, I think our terminology is getting confused, caps don't fill holes ( as in a zero volt reference and up ) they smooth out " ripples"/"noise" of a specific voltage and are also used as storage...
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    Re: HOW DOES AC WELDING DIFFER FROM DC WELDING

    I think thats what I said, the cap's "smooth" this DC wave out.:confused2:
  63. Oil & Fuel Re: I hope I'm not the only one who's lost his fuel tank cap

    Don't these fuel caps have a vent hole in them,,mine does, and it has a chain welded to it and the filler tube, couldn't loose it if I tried.
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    Re: HOW DOES AC WELDING DIFFER FROM DC WELDING

    From my understanding, from Lincoln Electric,, The output is at a consistent current level all the time on DC. The OP can read some info here. It is also my understanding that "capacitors" are used...
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    Re: HOW DOES AC WELDING DIFFER FROM DC WELDING

    Yes, 60 times a second ( thats where you get 60hz ), DC is a steady voltage.
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    Re: HOW DOES AC WELDING DIFFER FROM DC WELDING

    Here's my understanding ( and I could be wrong ), AC goes from a negative value to a positive value, doing so, it crosses the "zero value" line, making poorer welds than a DC welder which has a...
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    Re: KOMATSU D20A-5 ADVICE AND INFO.

    Don't know if this will help, but JCB sells a 10W trans oil.
  68. Thread: Black Cat

    by skyhook
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    Re: Black Cat

    Aren't these things suppose to be "bad luck".:p I plan on painting my yellow JCB "army green" this summer, I like that Cat color, its different.:thumbsup:
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Adding mechanical oil pressure gauge

    I suppose that's something he would have to verify, putting NPT on BSPT would cause a leak of some kind giving an erroneous reading. Personally, I don't see these type (BSPT) fittings in his...
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    Loader Re: Flipped my L48 Kubota

    When you drained the oil, how much was there and was there anti freeze in it. It does sound like it ran on it's own oil and overheated, to me. Can you remember how long it ran at full throttle. I...
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    Re: Excessive Engine Blowback...

    If this happens in cold weather only, it could be as Dave or Tom indicated. If this happens in warm weather also, could be an air leak in the fuel deliver system, make sure all your connections are...
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    Oil & Fuel Re: Adding mechanical oil pressure gauge

    Just curious, why would you say he has BSPT thread on his Ford.
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    Re: Tractor tire Snow Chain Install

    My thoughts, exactly.
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    Re: Tractor tire Snow Chain Install

    My thoughts, exactly.
  75. Re: How well do shelter logic hold up in heavy snow areas?

    Sorry for the delay...here ya go...

    http://t24.imgup.net/Picture8f0c.jpg
  76. Re: Ethics on clearing neighbor's drive ways and private lane

    I don't understand whats happening with people today. I feel your pain. I am in the SAME situation, almost to the letter except we do have a get together every year for this very reason. I charge...
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    Re: Charging issues.

    Just curious, when you give it that " shot" of throttle and it starts to charge, what is the charging voltage? Here's what I'd do, check the fan belt to make sure its good and tight,,check your...
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    Re: Damaged block installing block heater L5240

    What "Ive" learned from this thread is,,NEVER use a drill on a frost plug.
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    Re: Causes of low compression

    Just a thought, have you tried a "wet" compression test, squirt some oil in the cylinder before testing. This will tell you if the rings are bad (if compression rises in this test).
  80. Re: Wimpy tractor pulls out tracked bobcat skid steer in the snow

    Now thats funny.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Will this fit and work on my FEL?

    Adapt it so it will fit in your bucket, then you won't need to worry about rollback.
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    Re: Deep snow techniques?

    Since you already have 50 feet done, here's what I'd do in your situation,,a "T"pattern, clear both sides of your driveway in the shape of a T, if you can, and continue forward, picking up snow and...
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    Re: Show your 1/23-24/16 snowstorm PICS!

    That pic is a good decision maker for those who are considering a cabbed tractor or not.:p
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    Re: Snow removal via the Uber model

    It appears that Uber is backed by a $5,000,000 policy in Canada. Read all about it here.

    400 Bad Request
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Using a pickup snow blade for my Mahindra

    Nice plow.
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    Re: Normand Inverted Snowblower

    When you say "rotating drum" do you mean 2 stage? I believe rear pull's are all 2 stage.
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    Re: Float Lifts Front Wheels?

    LOL, just for you, next time I plow, I will leave the heater off and door open, honest.:rolleyes::p
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    Re: Float Lifts Front Wheels?

    LOL, just for you, next time I plow, I will leave the heater off and door open, honest.:rolleyes::p
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    Re: Normand Inverted Snowblower

    Love the rear pull blowers, would never go back to the push kind again, but it seems you have the perfect setup now, the only reason I would have gotten rid of my rear pull, was for a "front" blower....
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    Re: Tractor tire Snow Chain Install

    I hear ya, but not everyone feels the same, the chains that came with my machine were new, matched for my tire size. The previous owner never used them and I now see why. Mine were "H" pattern...
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    Re: Loader refurbishing worse than when I starte

    I would now guess to say that the "front" pump is defective. Removing the "out" hose and putting it in a 5 gallon pail, then starting the tractor, you should see a steady stream of fluid, if it spits...
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    Re: Snow removal via the Uber model

    "on demand" doesn't necessarily mean, immediately, you have to wait like the rest of them, you simply give them a specified time, "like within the hour" etc. I like the idea.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Tractor tire Snow Chain Install

    I don't understand "why" these tire chain company's can't seem to get their act together when it comes to chain "sizes" for specific tires. Don't these places have "molds" to ensure proper fitting of...
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    Re: Loader refurbishing worse than when I starte

    I'm by no means an expert on this, but I did read the pdf for your model. Have you tried to loosen the relief vale and adjust it "down"...To adjust relief pressure: First, remove the acorn nut with...
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    Re: JD 4600 won't turn off

    Another observation I noticed from post #8 video is that the inside of your pump looks pretty dirty. Looks like oil in the pump, is your oil level dropping?,,diesels will run off or feed off their...
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    Re: KUBOTA L3130 BATTERY REPLACEMENT

    Get them from "Kubota",their way more expensive and they have the Kubota sticker on them too.:p
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    Re: JD 4600 won't turn off

    tbrooks26,, so your saying with the key "off" the engine still runs and you can throttle the engine normally as if it were keyed on.!!
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    Re: JD 4600 won't turn off

    I also have to agree with this post and the one above, remove the wire that feeds the solenoid on the pump and that should kill it. If theres power to the solenoid all the time, it will not shut...
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    Re: JD 4600 won't turn off

    Check out Ebay for your injectors, just google "JD 4600 fuel injectors ebay" heres a sample.....these are $30 a piece.

    Ford Tractor F4860899C0010 Fuel Injector 8 5 inches Long | eBay
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    Snow Equipment Owning/Operating Re: Using a pickup snow blade for my Mahindra

    The "spring" thingy was already there when I bought the machine, but I did modify it with the triangle plate and added a chain, The spring shock was welded to the frame also and I ground it off and...
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