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    Re: Transport advice

    As suggested Uship, or look/post here :
    Hauling Ads - Yesterday's Tractor Co.
    Also consider loading it all in a rental box truck if you want to make the drive yourself; you'll need a dock at both...
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    Re: Electric brakes issues Info need

    I have a multimeter, but I guess the question is does the circuit need a load on it similar to the brake magnets in order for the factory brake controller to sense that it's connected so it operates...
  3. Re: What has happened to tractors? Help us choose another workhorse for our tree farm

    Really sad :sigh:. Like the OP asked, "What has happened to tractors?", especially in the basic utility tractor category.
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    Re: Electric brakes issues Info need

    Do you know how to go about testing the factory controller and truck wiring? Can you use a tester like this:

    7 Way Trailer Connector Vehicle Tester Tow Ready Wiring TR20117

    In the description...
  5. Re: What has happened to tractors? Help us choose another workhorse for our tree farm

    About the seating position, it will only raise the COG a small amount since only a few components like the ROPs, foot and hand controls, instrumentation and exhaust (and the operator of course) will...
  6. Thread: Ford 601

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    Buying Advice Re: Ford 601

    The price is in the ballpark if it is all they say it is, especially with the implements if they are in decent shape. A 600 series will be far superior to an 8N, OHV engine, more cubes, more HP,...
  7. Re: What has happened to tractors? Help us choose another workhorse for our tree farm

    The 3930 is more of a straddle mount whereas most of the new utility tractors you are sitting on a platform, so it seems higher and more precarious than it actually is. Is the straddle mount...
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    What was the 240 cid six? Was it just a smaller...

    What was the 240 cid six? Was it just a smaller version of the 300? I know I had them in Econolines, but that was probably in the 70's. Did they also put the 240 in F-150's?

    My girlfriend's father...
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    It probably won't hurt anything to lower it if...

    It probably won't hurt anything to lower it if you can. However to let it idle for any period of time at low speed is not good. My JD operator manual says to avoid idling for more than 3-4 minutes...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: What implements would you suggest? MF 253

    Duwop, I admire your gardening perseverance in face of the physical limitations you're encountering.

    You already said it's getting difficult to install/remove cultivators on the Cub. If you could...
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    Re: GROUND SPEED PTO

    I've seen it used to drive the belts in a precision vegetable seeder, instead of relying on ground drive wheels.
  12. Re: Orginality of this 3 point set up MF 135

    Yes, get the other stabilizer bar installed.
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    3-Point Hitch Re: What implements would you suggest? MF 253

    Duwop,
    You don't say how big your "garden" is, but I generally agree with boggen on this one. If it's a typical home garden or even up to 1+ acre you're making a BIG mistake to get rid of the Cub...
  14. Instead of moving the shuttle to neutral, why not...

    Instead of moving the shuttle to neutral, why not move the gear shifter to neutral? The gears (1-4) are synchro as well on this tractor and you may find that the gear shifter is a little easier to...
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    Re: JD 5055/5065 price check and questions

    That's the way it was when I bought in June. I took the $1500, paid cash.
    Same thing with CNH about 4 years ago, although that was $2000 at the time.
  16. Re: Kubota M6060 vs. L6060 vs. NH T 4.75 vs. JD 5075E

    A little more than a year ago in 2013 there was an estate auction with a JD 5325, 4wd, cab, loader in my area that I was interested in, although I didn't need the loader. The owner had died and the...
  17. Re: Kubota M6060 vs. L6060 vs. NH T 4.75 vs. JD 5075E

    It's too bad you might have to sell the 4720 before finding a suitable used ag utility tractor. Looking for a used tractor takes more time/effort than buying new and it sounds like if you let the JD...
  18. Buying Advice Re: Compatible, smaller, older tractor, similar to an International Harvester 574

    Maybe ask this question over at w-w-w.red-power-magazine-dot-com/forums/ for best IH info (clean up URL address).

    I assume common in UK are Ford and Massey as well as IH. If you could find a...
  19. Re: Kubota M6060 vs. L6060 vs. NH T 4.75 vs. JD 5075E

    Hey, it's good you're a tire dealer. Have you considered going to radials? They would give a lot more traction without needing as much ballast. That could keep your total weight down for transport...
  20. Re: Kubota M6060 vs. L6060 vs. NH T 4.75 vs. JD 5075E

    Another thing, with the power shuttle the clutch usually runs in oil which should translate to longer life, especially if you do a lot of reversing at row-ends, backing up with a mower, etc.

    Just...
  21. Re: Selling tractor : do I have to tell Kubota Credit ?

    Doesn't even have to be a lien involved. The seller may not have 100% interest in the item. My friend ran into trouble with a sailboat he bought from a guy who was going thru a divorce and sold the...
  22. Re: Kubota M6060 vs. L6060 vs. NH T 4.75 vs. JD 5075E

    I think for most of what you want to do the 8X8 could do the job. I've done all of those tasks except the tiller with 8 speeds or less and had no problems. The tiller I'm not so sure, you just have...
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    Re: Fill me in on the turbochargers

    Do these Deere 5045E, 5055E, 5045D and 5055E meet Tier4 emissions standard in their current state or will JD have to be upgrading them soon?
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    Back in the mid-late 90s Ford added turbos to 3...

    Back in the mid-late 90s Ford added turbos to 3 cyl 10 series, 2810, 2910, 3910, etc; renamed them 30 series, 3930, etc. Strictly for emissions. Same done with Deere 3 cylinders. Deere manual advises...
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    Re: Bad purchase experience

    I see you're in NW Missouri, why did he want you to go all the way to KY?:confused:

    Or were you meaning the hyphenated version of Kentucky?:laughing:

    When I purchased my NH and JD utilities 2...
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    Re: Hydro Not 4WD?

    Yes, it's mostly true that I don't want to spend extra for something that won't be needed most of the time, and could never be used if I changed the rear tire diameter. But just as important, I've...
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    Re: Ford 641 3 point hitch lift issue

    Thanks for the info about the pump and tube repairs. As far as overfilling, I think he was talking about the hyd reservoir not the trans getting overfull; would this most likely be a trans seal leak...
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    Re: Ford 641 3 point hitch lift issue

    I started like you with Ford/NH 134 type UTF in the hydraulics. Later I might have switched to 80W straight mineral oil like used in N-series Fords available from NAPA PN 65-205 , and also a product...
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    Re: Ford 641 3 point hitch lift issue

    I've got basically the same tractor (2000 4-cyl) and also experience the same "problems". It leaks some trans fluid into hydraulic sump and occasionally loses prime/gets airbound. But I'll also...
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    Comparison Re: JD5085M versus 5085E

    I have a feeling he's referring to where the axles are made, not where the tractors are assembled.

    I looked at an M on the dealer's lot last week and the tag definitely said Made In China (on the...
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    Re: Hydro Not 4WD?

    Yes, the IH Hydros are nice, I believe they made some models up into the 1980's. Ranged from 50ish to ~100 HP. I think they fell out of favor because of fuel consumption and hydros would fail...
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    Re: Kubota L3240 vs L3800

    The rental history is the thing that would concern me and require a thorough look over for possible indications of abuse.
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    Re: Hydro Not 4WD?

    That's what I was thinking, it would work good on a flat vegetable farm and the hydro would be able to run slow for delicate cultivating and transplanting. If it would be 2WD you could put different...
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    Hydro Not 4WD?

    Do any of the manufacturers make a Utility or CUT that is available without 4WD but with a hydro transmission? Any size, 30-55 hp.
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    Re: 3 Series v. 5 Series

    The thing you have to be careful about running heavy tillage in FWD with unloaded rears is that the front end can end up doing the majority of the pulling, putting a lot of stress on FWD components...
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    Re: Ford 600-Engine vs PTO speeds

    Thank you all. I had a feeling it was around 1750 for 540pto but wanted to double check. I will be moving a sprayer I previously used on the Fords to a different tractor and wanted to choose a gear...
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    Ford 600-Engine vs PTO speeds

    On 600 series what speed is the PTO turning when the engine is at 1000 rpm? This is 4-speed trans, non-live, gas motor. Ford 2000 with 4-cyl gas motor would also be the same, is that right?
  38. Re: Advice: should I trade my TC40DA for a Workmaster?

    Let us know how it works out. Just went thru the same thing but 2WD, ended up with a JD 5045D.

    Too bad you can't keep a 2nd used ag tractor around, anything Ford/NH, JD, Massey, White, etc. that...
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    Re: Is a dually needed?

    Dodge doesn't "rate" the truck >26K, they only say that it can TOW > 26K. The maximum Gross Vehicle Weight for those trucks is at most 14K. In "most" states they will add the GVWR of the truck to...
  40. Re: Why Are There Two ON Positions on New Holland Fuel Strainer Bowl?

    Has anyone ever seen a diesel tractor with "reserve" fuel supply? I haven't, but that really doesn't say much. Reserve worked with the old gas engines but if a diesel runs out of fuel you're likely...
  41. On a fuel tank with a reserve it would seem that...

    On a fuel tank with a reserve it would seem that if you hadn't used the reserve for several years the reserve pipe could get plugged up becasuse of no flow thru it. I think I remember this happening...
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    Re: 3 Series v. 5 Series

    These tractors are so different it would be almost impossible to compare. One is hydro and fwd, the other is manual and 2wd. The 4105 uses spur gears, the 45D is planetary. They are both 3-cyl but...
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    Is a slip hook harder or easier on the chain...

    Is a slip hook harder or easier on the chain links (as far as potential for causing damage) compared to a grab hook?

    Also, it would seem the short link type would be somewhat better in a slip...
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    Re: CHANGING HYDRAULIC OIL WITH LOADER ON.

    Thank you for the advice. Do you think the bucket will want to go to full dump with the engine off? I guess I can try that first to see. I can replace the bucket with a set of pallet forks, that...
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    Re: 3 Series v. 5 Series

    I had considered the 55hp version, but for some reason the lead time was significantly longer. I figured they might be up to something with Tier 4, so I went with the 5045 instead.
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    Re: 3 Series v. 5 Series

    I'm glad to hear you like your 5045D, I'll be getting my new one in about 2 weeks. I already have a 4WD loader tractor so this will just be the bare tractor for general work on a vegetable farm.
    ...
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    Re: 3 Series v. 5 Series

    Yes, +1.
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    Traction Re: PLOWING PASTURE

    It's a 3-point plow, right, not a wheel plow?

    If it's a 3-point 2x14" plow it should be no sweat for a 4000.

    You probably will want your wheel spacing set at 56-60" centers for plowing with...
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    CHANGING HYDRAULIC OIL WITH LOADER ON.

    I have to change the common sump hydraulic/trans/diff oil in my tractor. I have confirmed there is some unknown quantity of water in it. Right now the loader is installed, but I will be removing it...
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    Re: 2 bottom plow setup question for 5065e

    You DO have to set the wheel spacing, at least on the right hand side, close to correct for proper plowing or the front plow will either turn too narrow a strip or more likely a big plop if tractor...
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    Before you spend any money, I would try working...

    Before you spend any money, I would try working with the loader off.

    Are you running radials? If not, that could be next along with losing the CaCl.

    It's easy to spend a lot of $$ on a project...
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    3-Point Hitch Re: Mower hitting JD 4105 tires in transport

    This is the most likely cause. The rear of the deck should be a few inches higher than the front when lowered to cutting position. Also, only raise as high as necessary for safe transport.
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    Re: TD75D COLD WEATHER SHIFTING

    I've decided to change the fluid in the TD75D. Can someone suggest a good way to transfer the new oil from the 5 gallon buckets (almost 3 pails) thru the small ~1/2 inch plug at the rear of the...
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    Re: Hauling a backhoe on a dump truck

    I assume these are popular in CA so as not to need a trailer and CDL. Probably lower cost vehicle licensing too.

    It's not always so simple as paying the fees, taking the tests and getting a...
  55. Re: $250 to install a water heater...........??????????

    And when not to sign a contract, too!
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    Re: TD75D COLD WEATHER SHIFTING

    Do you still have the original fluid in it? The Ambra they specify is a multi-weight, I think 10-30, so that should help with the cold weather hydraulic operation. If you have changed it, what did...
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    Re: TD75D COLD WEATHER SHIFTING

    Well, the problems were in JAN and FEB 2014, but no freezing weather now in April. But I will try what you said and see if I can crack the drain plug and look for water coming out. I have a feeling...
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    Re: Ford County Super 6

    If the tractor has independent PTO with it's own clutch in the back it may have nothing to do with the traction clutch and the job might not be as involved..

    DoraM: Does the tractor drive and...
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    Re: TN90 having trouble keeping it running

    I don't know how fuel hoses are routed from the tank onwards, but check to be sure a hose didn't get pinched somewhere along the way. I have seen this happen on a TD series and the symptoms were...
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    TD75D COLD WEATHER SHIFTING

    I have a TD75D that's about 5 years old/450 hours. It has a NH loader on it.

    This past winter I had 2 or 3 occasions when going out to plow snow where I could not shift either the range selector...
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    Re: 7.5016 What To Do

    I like that idea, since it will give me radials and a lot more brands and dealers to choose from. Do you think the 235's might rub against each other on the back duals? My rims are 6" wide. I...
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    Re: Workmaster 45 review or owners?

    I believe the Kubota L has smaller tires (lower to ground) and less adjustment to the wheel tread (narrower). Don't know if that matters to you or not, but I prefer the 28" wheels on the WM.
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    Re: Workmaster 45 review or owners?

    Just curious, what Kubota model will you be comparing to?
    Also, if you are looking at WM45 you should really consider moving up to WM55. Same basic tractor but more hp, much higher 3pt capacity,...
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    Re: Hauling a backhoe on a dump truck

    There's nothing inherrently wrong with trying to haul it on a single axle truck, but not a dump truck. You need a long wheelbase 26K GVW truck with a long platform or stake body. Problem with dump...
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    7.5016 What To Do

    I have to replace the 6 tires on a Chevy C30 dually that we only use 1-2,000 miles per year.
    They are currently tube-type with the retainer rings. The wheels are in good shape. The current tires...
  66. Buying Advice Re: 8N-9N fords/ford ferguson/massey ferguson/ ect....

    Like Cherokee140 says you can just back in with the PTO running and the cutter somewhat off the ground. Since you then have to shift to a forward gear anyway, I would just put the transmission in...
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    Re: JD 5045D vs MX4700 vs NH WM55

    Has the M5040 been replaced by the M5640? I think even the bare bones M5640SU would be about $2000 more than the other two I mentioned. But I will take a look at the M series 2WD equivalent in the...
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    Re: JD 5045D vs MX4700 vs NH WM55

    I always keep an eye out for a nice older Massey but I find few in my area that aren't all worn out with high hours. I know the 35's and 135's were considered to be very solid and reliable (I...
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    Re: JD 5045D vs MX4700 vs NH WM55

    I think that's what I'll do, try to drive them around the lot, back and forth, etc, as long as they have one in stock and don't have to bring in from another dealer.

    Maybe I should put Mahindra in...
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    Re: JD 5045D vs MX4700 vs NH WM55

    Use on a small vegetable farm. Cultivating, planting, spreading lime and fertilizer, small 3-pt disc harrows, sprayer, 3-pt plow once in a while, etc. I have two larger tractors (1 fwd) for heavy...
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    JD 5045D vs MX4700 vs NH WM55

    I am looking to purchase one of these no-frills 2WD tractors. Are they more or less comparable in terms of operating features and reliability? JD seems to be heaviest, Kubota the lightest, with NH...
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    Buying Advice Re: Ford 3000 Gas w/4 speed

    Have you considered trying to widen the Kubota by having some adapters made? My neighbor widened the front end on a FWD L series by making an adapter out of well casing pipe. He uses it in...
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    Re: Build My Kubota vs. Real Price

    This is the story in a nutshell. The MX is a basic bottom of Kubota line utility tractor, 40 series is a step up. Dealers don't have as much room to work with percentage wise on no-frills tractors....
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    Re: No Loader -- No Problem ??? (Used Value)

    It shouldn't be any harder to sell at all. Some buyers like a no loader tractor because they feel it's had less abuse, wear and tear on front end, etc. Just will sell for a few thousand less.
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota vs JD...newbie with 80 acres

    My experience has been that it's usually works out better with the inexperienced or uncomfortable person on the stuck or broken down machine/vehicle and someone who knows what they're doing on the...
  76. Re: Should I take over the family farm? Please advise

    I don't know how the preservation programs were working in your area, but are you saying they weren't offering your neighbors in the range of 80-90% of full appraised value? If they were, then you...
  77. Re: Should I take over the family farm? Please advise

    If you're only going to be into this for the next 10 years or so on a hobby basis and then everything gets sold, then the only reason I would even consider going back is to help your dad hold on for...
  78. Re: Should I take over the family farm? Please advise

    Do you have siblings? What will happen to the farm holdings when both of your parents pass; will the assets need to be liquidated to satisfy other heirs, debts or taxes, or will everything pass to...
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    You drove it and checked everything out, right? ...

    You drove it and checked everything out, right? Started cold, shifted selecto thru all speeds including reverse both when cold and fully warmed up? Is it old 4 cyl or 3 cyl? Gas or diesel? Price...
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    Re: Pulling car out of snowbank

    This is partially true. But when you see the same truck model offered with either 17, 18 or 20 inch you know it's not just for larger brakes.
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    Re: Briefly running engine in garage

    Maybe some of you have seen the media stories about the death of the restaurant manager and hospitalization of his assistant in a NY Legal Seafoods this past Saturday.

    The poor guy went to use the...
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    Re: Pulling car out of snowbank

    It's been said that suto makers are trying to shed weight, but still the cars seem to be overall heavier than a vehicle with the same exterior/interior diemensions was 20-25 years ago. I generally...
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    Re: Pulling car out of snowbank

    When stuck in snow, isn't it better to have someone in the stuck car with the engine running, in gear, and trying to move in the direction of pull with wheels turning (spinning) slowly?

    I guess...
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    Re: Boomer 50 Price Check

    As a corollary to this, did you ever notice that when you go to a site like Tractorhouse.com the majority of the ads are in southern regions of the U.S.? This is especially true of the dealer ads,...
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    Re: Boomer 50 Price Check

    Putting the LS option aside for a moment, how does the OP's original quote measure up just comparing NH to NH?

    It's not so straightforward, because as he realizes a trade-in value is involved and...
  86. Re: Field fencing vs. utility fencing for garden?

    I think he could save some $$ by not using the $26.79 posts for line posts. just use them for the corners, ends and braces. He doesn't state the cost of the 4" X 12 ft posts, but they would...
  87. Re: Field fencing vs. utility fencing for garden?

    No, you can use t-posts for the line posts. The thing is, if you're investing in high grade galvanized wire you should really use galvanized t-posts. If you don't, the posts will start to rust...
  88. Price Check Re: What's a 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee Worth?

    If that's the case and it were me I'd try to get it running, unless there's more wrong than the carb. Operating vs not running could be worth +$2K additional.
  89. Re: Field fencing vs. utility fencing for garden?

    I think what he was considering/suggesting was not to use a separate 2 ft woven roll, but to put 2 or 3 plain high tensile wires at the top with the woven fence at the bottom.

    That should work and...
  90. Thread: MF 35 Plugs

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    Re: MF 35 Plugs

    My recollection is that the first gas 35 type tractors (TO35) in the US were Continental, then there was a period of 3-cyl Perkins gas being used on MF's and then a switch back to Continental until...
  91. Re: Field fencing vs. utility fencing for garden?

    The brand of fence I used was BEKAERT SOLIDLOCK. You can get it with the regular shiny galvanized or a black sort of anodized/galvanized/painted coating. I went with the black because it looks a...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kubota vs JD...newbie with 80 acres

    You say you want to do hay and some in crop. What kinds of crops? If it is row crop like corn or similar you better get a tractor where you can adjust the tread width front and rear to accommodate...
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    Dealer Re: Various Dealers... wanting best price

    John, I'm very disappointed in your response. You've essentially resorted to implying that I'm an untrustworthy liar, just because some of my opinions differ from your own and I haven't provided a...
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    Dealer Re: Various Dealers... wanting best price

    Yes, a lot of what JOHNTHOMAS says is true. But also a lot of it doesn't hold up when you draw a 400 mile radius around some dealers and start comparing prices. I happen to have several good name...
  95. Re: How to adjust my tractor to a slow crawl? (0.0378 MPH)

    Consider using an old IH Hydro tractor from the 70's. Or as someone else suggested, winch it across the field.
  96. Re: Field fencing vs. utility fencing for garden?

    I think he was questioning your statement about deer being able to jump an 8 foot fence. In my experience they will not jump that high. I have had an 8 foot fence for 6 years and not one white-tail...
  97. Thread: Used cost?

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    Re: Used cost?

    Good luck in your shopping. The only thing I would say is it might be difficult to equal the loader capacity of your Ford TLB in a new fwd tractor for $15K.

    You will want to have loaded tires...
  98. Thread: Used cost?

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    Re: Used cost?

    If you're in northeast PA I would suggest you subscribe to Lancaster Farming newspaper, at least for one year Lancaster Farming: The Mid-Atlantic's Source for Farming News and Equipment . You'll see...
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    Re: No Loader -- No Problem ??? (Used Value)

    I've been to many farmer "going out of business/retirement" auctions where a nice utility tractor with loader installed will be sold "3 ways". That is first as separate pieces and then as a...
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    Re: Buying a new GN trailer: tilt or deckover?

    Thanks for the link. That was quite a discussion, but mostly about low deck between-the-fenders type trailers or deckovers that had a 4-5 foot dove on them.

    Even some of the guys there were...
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