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    Re: Mini Ex angle blade

    I would spend the $2500 on a ripper and ditching/clean out bucket vs the angle blade. I would also measure the width of the thumb to see how narrow a bucket you could use (for me that's 16-18") and...
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    Re: 60 HP tractor big enough for 200 acres?

    I have been down this road. That will be a nice tractor until you save up for what you really need. You have 100 acres of pastures and you are getting a 40 something HP at the PTO tractor?

    I...
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    Re: Farmer's input

    I would plant clover. You could easily get by with dragging, broadcasting seed and cultipacking. Clover is a good "green manure" that adds nitrogen to your soil every time you cut it. Also deer love...
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    Re: Looking for Goose Breast Recipes

    Cook goose breasts in a cup of beef broth and a tablespoon of liquid smoke in a crock pot about 6 hours or until it starts to fall apart. Drain off liquid and mix in favorite barbecue sauce. Reheat...
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    Re: Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong

    Anybody seen my spool of wire? It seems to have fallen off my trailer.....


    https://www.facebook.com/CBSPittsburgh/videos/10154434079918822/
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    Re: Installing a beacon

    It's called a Hella plug, you can usually pick them up at a BMW or Triumph motorcycle shop.

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    Here is mine installed:

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  7. Re: 3 pt hitch logging winch, is any one better than another?

    If you are winching over a distance and/or uneven terrain, the log can dig in. When you get the log(s) to the winch you do lift them for transport. Some winches you can pull from the top pulley and ...
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    Re: Laser Sights and Flash Lights

    Here are a couple I own that do, both .45 caliber and they use the same magazine. The Beretta actually has two, one that extends out that has the light and the second that has the vertical pistol...
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    Re: Laser Sights and Flash Lights

    There are quite a few laser light combos on the market. I have this one, it comes in quite a few models to fit various pistols and can be carried quite easily in a pocket/belt holster. Just search...
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    Re: Fired Road contractor. Build it myself?

    Here is a link to the trailer I referred to earlier. I pulled the 8 ton version behind my tractor and loaded it with the excavator. Since the OP also has an excavator it's a good way to move some...
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    Re: Fired Road contractor. Build it myself?

    If I had to do this without hiring it out, the first thing I would get is a dump trailer, such as a Berkelmans. The OP has an excavator and with as much dirt he is going to have to move this would be...
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    Re: 7010 Tie Rod Ends

    I just went outside and looked at mine and no fittings either. I have 450 hours and no discernible play. Is there a condition or scenario that contributes or accelerates wear such as running/turning...
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    Re: WARNING ! Ansung misrepresenting

    The debate won't be settled when they update their website, we have known the weights since post #4 when the OP posted a screen shot of the owners manual showing all the weights of the tillers. It...
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    Comparison Re: Trying to stay Red. Not go Orange. HELP!!!

    I looked at the M62 and ended up going with a new Mini-ex and am going to put the 20k I saved towards another tractor. Plus I got A/C and heat! (Not having a cab with A/C & heat on a 80k machine is...
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    Re: WARNING ! Ansung misrepresenting

    You are really missing the point. We understand that the listed weight was incorrect on the manufacturers site and you didn't find out about it until AFTER you purchased it. You are annoyed, we get...
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    Mowing Re: Woods Brushbull BB48

    The cap screw (35) is a standard thread, you have to drive the blade pin out, read the notice about supporting the arm so you don't damage the gear box.
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    Re: WARNING ! Ansung misrepresenting

    Yes it does help those of us smart enough to know what packaging and a pallet approximately weighs and gee whiz, not even a thank you? EA did you a great favor by weighing the tiller, especially...
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    Mowing Re: Woods Brushbull BB48

    Mine Woods BB is accessed from the top through a hole, maybe yours is older? Here is a screenshot how mine are removed.

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    Re: Strange things found in the forest

    My guess is a steam sawmill. Right shape building and center support. Closely located well also a good indicator.

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    Re: Coyotes getting worrisome

    We had two women in separate incidents on the same day get attacked by a coyote, one who's dog was also bitten.

    http://www.whec.com/news/coyote-attack-wolcott/4280754/

    I am getting some very...
  21. Thread: EA box blades

    by Deerherd
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    Re: EA box blades

    I have the 96" model of the Cat I/II version on my 88 hp tractor and it's been great. It's plenty heavy duty enough to stop my tractor in my soil if I'm not paying attention. For the difference in...
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    Re: Question about Woods Brush Bull blades.

    You can change the blades through an access panel on the top, much safer and handier than tipping it. Here is a link to the owner's manual and blade change is on page 21. I would also Check the...
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    Re: Titan stump bucket review?

    That video 855guy posted on the HD Titan was me. It worked pretty good for what it is but I believe it's actually a larger model than what you are looking at and plus I'm using it with a larger...
  24. Thread: Mini Ex uses

    by Deerherd
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    Re: Mini Ex uses

    I also went with a Mini-Ex and a big reason was to get A/C/heat and protection from biting/stinging insects. After having a cabbed tractor for going on three years I don't think I could go back to an...
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    Re: Share Pics of People Hauling or Towing Something Wrong

    Saw this driving on Route 3 near Port Ontario NY today. He was driving the horses from the front door! Wish I could have taken one from the front.


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  26. Re: Hooking Up PTO Shaft w/ Land Pride Quick Hitch and Top & Tilt

    I hook the brush hog up first to the quick hitch and then raise it until the shaft hangs almost level with the PTO and then it's very easy to hook up the PTO shaft.
  27. Thread: Windows 10

    by Deerherd
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    Re: Windows 10

    Last week I had a business computer with XP and Microsoft money (which is no longer supported) and the hard drive was going bad. I cloned the hard drive because I had lots of business related...
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    Re: New E42 delivered today.

    What are you saying? Are you talking about buying used/holdover from a previous year or what? I wouldn't buy a Bobcat with a Kubota engine if it has the same engine that Kubota is currently putting...
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    Re: New E42 delivered today.

    There was no optional Kubota engine in the 2016 E42, and it was my understanding that they currently only use the smaller Kubota engine that has no DPF. I looked at the Kubota excavator with similar...
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    Re: New E42 delivered today.

    Thanks guys. Got a another hour or so on it tonight. Really am liking the machine!

    As far as price goes, it was north of 62k, but I got a lot of options, 2 buckets and the ripper. Price was too...
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    New E42 delivered today.

    Took delivery today and had to dig out a stump with the ripper just to try it out. Worked great! There are lots of things that are in danger of being ripped out of the ground....

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    Re: Skidding Winches

    The Wallenstein FX 110 compares to the Farmi 501 spec wise and you can probably get the FX 140 which pulls 14000 lbs for less money than the Farmi.

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    Re: no dealer bashing

    The reason these people continue to operate and will in the future is greed on the buyers part. When you buy on price alone this is what happens. If a dealer quotes you a price with little margin can...
  34. Re: Want/need a bigger/better landscape rake. Help me pick.

    I purchased the Land Pride LR3796 and yes it is expensive but quality control was terrible. The Clevis hookup for the Cat 2 pins was the absolute minimum and I had to spend a couple hours grinding on...
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    Re: Worried about wasps and bees

    I drive my tractor in the woods all the time and don't scratch it at all. If you are one who folds their ROPS down and Rambos through the woods moving stuff out of way with hands and arms and tractor...
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    Re: Old photo with a plane crash

    I enlarged the photo and you can see the obvious photo shop job to the plane and parachute. Additionally light is hitting the plane and canopy/parachute from different directions. The story may be...
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    Re: New Bobcat e35 excavator options

    Thanks so much for your time. The long arm and straight blade was also recommended by my dealer and I do have an angle blade that offsets for the tractor.
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    Re: New Bobcat e35 excavator options

    I will be doing all kinds of work, I need drain tiles in fields, clean up miles of ditches and put in lots more, install culverts, put in a 2200' gas line from the street to the house, pads for...
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    New Bobcat e35 excavator options

    Looking at purchasing a new cab unit, a E35 Bobcat excavator. Would like opinions on two options I'm not sure about. Should I get an angle or straight blade and should I get a standard, long or...
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    Re: XU 6168C Power Loss

    So are you up and running ok?
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    Re: XU 6168C Power Loss

    Maybe it has something to do with the 50 hour Regen? Odd it happened at 51 hours. Very interested in the outcome, I'm looking at buying the same tractor.
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    Re: WoodMaxx WM-8600 3-point backhoe review

    Nice review, I have been looking at 3 pt backhoes and this looks very promising. Thanks for taking the time to write this.
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    Re: Beacon light plug

    This is mine using the Hella plug:

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    Re: Beacon light plug

    The plug and socket are called Hella. I picked one up at a BMW motorcycle shop.
  45. Box Scraper Re: Is the Everything Attachments Extreme Heavy Duty worth the extra $$

    A lot depends on your soil conditions. My ground is always wet and for all but about two weeks a year I can dig anywhere without rippers. If I lived in a dryer area like Brian I would have sprung for...
  46. Box Scraper Re: Is the Everything Attachments Extreme Heavy Duty worth the extra $$

    I have had the EA 96" on a 88 hp tractor for two years and have had no problems. I have used it quite a bit for driveway/ dirt work and it rides on the 3-pt all winter for snow and haven't bent...
  47. Thread: XR3135C

    by Deerherd
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    Comparison Re: XR3135C

    Putting your tractor in 4wd before going down hill is a great habit to get into. I had a very exciting ride on my DK series HST Kioti, even with loaded tires and a attachment on the 3pt. It was VERY...
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    Re: Pace Edwards tonneau cover??

    +1 on the Bakflip G2, I have had it for 2 years and love it.
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    Comparison Re: plows vs cultivators

    Most everyone I know uses chisel plows and they haven't even been mentioned in this thread. They do a much better job of fracturing the soil to stimulate root growth with less chance of erosion.
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    Snow Attachments Re: WORKSAVER VS HLA Snow plows

    I purchased a HLA 2000 new 4 years ago that had set on the dealers lot and the paint job was bad. I had it painted to match my Kioti and it worked great. I then purchased a new HLA 3000 and have had...
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    Re: LS P7040 CPS Reviews

    I have a P7030 CPS with 400+ hours which is a 88 HP version and it has been great. My power shuttle has been flawless and I wouldn't want to own a tractor without electronic/hydraulic hi/lo. It has...
  52. Re: in your opinion, whats more useful, a logging winch or wicked grapple?

    I don't have the remote for the winch, I had to save money somewhere! LOL!

    My buddy has a very large flat bottomed grapple, it's a monster. (I think it may even be called that!) The jaws are so...
  53. Re: in your opinion, whats more useful, a logging winch or wicked grapple?

    I have owned/used two flat bottomed grapples, a MIE and CA. They were both well constructed and fairly representative of that style. By the very shape of their jaws and the way they close you will...
  54. Re: in your opinion, whats more useful, a logging winch or wicked grapple?

    Here is a spec sheet on the Wallenstein winches that shows the feet per minute on each of their winches. I have the FX140 that has a 14,000 lb pull and comes standard with 165' of 1/2" cable. There...
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    Re: A/C standard with DK35SE factory cab?

    I owned that tractor and it had factory air conditioning.

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  56. Re: in your opinion, whats more useful, a logging winch or wicked grapple?

    I can move and access much more wood with the winch and a snatch block. Pulling logs and tops to a landing area is much more productive with a winch and it makes dealing with leaners and standing...
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    Re: Building a cabin road

    Maybe you should have made this known in your first post and substituted the word "trail" with "road" in this "Building a cabin ROAD" thread.

    Some of us are in the Get 'er done camp and attacking...
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    Re: Building a cabin road

    I would hire a guy with a bulldozer to cut a path in on the most level grade and save the wear and tear on you and your equipment. A day and DONE!

    Makes a great start on your road also.
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    Re: 3 yr old killed in tractor accident

    I have a buddy seat on mine. Folds down when not in use and small person holds on to the bar on the cab door for stability. Kids love it but it 's only for joy rides never for work, the cargo being...
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    Price Check Re: PRICE CHECK BOOMER 37 CAB HST

    The only thing I would inquire about is the regen cycle for each tractor. I know the newer LS tractors have a much greater time between regen cycles than previously, not sure about the Boomers. You...
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    Re: New land... need a tractor!!

    I bought a CUT (KIOTI DK35 with cab) when I moved into my place but sold it the following year for a utility tractor. (88 hp LS 7030 cab power shuttle)

    I put it food plots, (corn/soybeans/clover,...
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    Grapple Re: Which One To Buy?

    You might want to look into getting something like the Omni Transformer hitch and logging boom in addition to the grapple.

    OMNI Logging Boom - OMNI Mfg LLC

    You can drag much larger tops than...
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    Re: 3 pt Logging Winch Advice

    Cables are sized to the load of the winch and go from 5/16" to 1/2" which is the same for all manufacturers. I have used Farmi, Uniforest and Wallenstein winches and honestly feel they all make a...
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    Re: 3 pt Logging Winch Advice

    The Wallenstein winches are rated at the bare drum pull, my FX140 will pull 14053 on a bare drum but drops to 4733 on a full drum. It's a fantastic tool and would buy another if anything ever...
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    Re: Possible danger of tractor side exhaust

    From a course for firefighters who start engines indoors.

    Health Effects​

    A:Short Term

    1.​ Diesel exhaust is composed of gases and microscopic solids. The most significant gases are carbon...
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    Re: Cab question.....

    Is it a factory cab? Not sure if the CK had a factory cab Can you post some pictures?
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    Re: New Deutz-Fahr delivered for christmas

    Congratulations on the new tractor, it's a beauty! Pictures would be nice.....
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    Re: Why there is no 22 to buy.

    No surplus here in NY, I have had Winchester 22 ammo on order for 14 months! A certain type shoots really well in one of my 22's. 500 rounds was $90 plus 8 1/2% sales tax and requires 50% down. You...
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    Re: Shotgun question

    Sounds like you would be a good candidate for a a Stoeger Double Defense side by side. 20" improved cylinder chokes and you could put a light on it. About $450 bucks. Nice home defense weapon too!
    ...
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    Re: New land... need a tractor!!

    It's a Wallenstein Bush Pilot XF140.

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    Re: New land... need a tractor!!

    I have about half your acreage and a 1/4 mile drive and wouldn't want any less than a utility tractor. AG tires, set to their widest and not filled unless you have really dry conditions.

    Get a...
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    Re: What is your favorite flashlight?

    I have lots of flashlights (OK, I'm obsessive/compulsive about flashlights) and by far the one I use the most is a Brunton rechargeable headlamp. Long lasting charge, various intensity settings and a...
  73. Re: What would you like to see the tractor manufacturers to make.

    If we are talking a REAL tractor it won't have a treadle pedal or side by side, it will have 85 plus horses and a POWER SHUTTLE! 40 forward speeds 20 reverse to include a creeper gear and...
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    Re: Float position while plowing

    IMHO for snow plowing, the float should be in the blade not the FEL arms. Trying to use FEL float, even with skid shoes will result in digging up the drive, pushing the front end around and...
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    Re: 1'' x 16'' wide oak planks for flooring

    I would tongue and groove the boards after getting them to 3 or 4 consistent widths. Maybe making them 6/8/10/12 inches wide. With 10 to 14 foot lengths you will quickly find out how square/straight...
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    Re: Athens 15' pull behind harrow

    I think it's probably 24" pans, 9" spacing and probably 12 1/2' wide. I have a 9' Athens and pulled behind my 88 hp tractor it can be a load.

    A lot will depend on your ground, I am dealing with...
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    Re: Recommend a concealed carry gun...

    I saw testing that used up to a 90 grain bullet in a 22/22 mag style case. They just shortened the case to keep the overall length the same. These were subsonic rounds used in a suppressed firearms...
  78. Re: 5085M compared to 5083E. Input from owners, please

    Since you would use it for haying I would make sure the gearing is something you could live with. Nothing like running hours on end wishing for a higher or lower gear, that would drive me nuts. ...
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    Re: Any feedback on Milsco's V5400 Air Ride Seat?

    I have the factory suspension seat upgrade on my Ferris and it looks just like the line drawing Eric posted. The seat is great and combined with the suspension on the mower makes for a great ride.
    ...
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    Re: To fill or not to fill

    I think SCUTS and CUTS with R4 tires should probably be loaded. I had a DK Kioti that benefitted a lot from loading the tires in dry conditions. I have a 88 hp 10,000lb Utility tractor with R1 tires...
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    Re: Recommend a concealed carry gun...

    I've carried this Colt Pocketlite .380 for over 25 years. I have Duracoated it a couple of times and a couple of years ago added a laser sight. It fits easily into a jacket/pants pocket in a holster...
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    Re: 7010 Transmission cables

    Is this the synchro shuttle or the power shuttle or both? I see a person who owns a 7040 posted which I thought was a power shuttle only. I have a power shuttle and mine has been problem free.
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    Re: Tresspassing neighbors

    No where in the NH State statute does it say a phone number is required:

    Under state law (RSA 635:4), the legal manner of posting calls for posting durable signs with any words describing the...
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    Re: Tresspassing neighbors

    I would contact local law enforcement via phone. File a complaint post haste and send them that photo via email. I would also tell them that you weren't sure those young girls in the photo were his...
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    Re: Felling dead tree

    The absolutely safest way is to hire a bucket truck that can cut them from the top down. On the surface it's also the most expensive but a mistake here can result in severe injury or damage to nearby...
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    Re: Winch Features: Synthetic Cable & Remote

    +3 on the steel cable. The only caveat would be if you didn't have the physical strength to handle the weight of the steel cable. I have the FX140 and pulling/wrestling the cable all day long can get...
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    Re: 4K TV's or not

    I can get 1080i but not 1080p through my cable box and some very limited 4K content through Netflix. Blue ray looks great and supposedly a 4K player is coming out soon. I have the 71" LG 4K...
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    Re: Squirrels vs Deer -- road warrior smarts

    This is the one time of year that buck gets sex. Kind of like being married. You have to excuse his road smarts.
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    Re: Any one heard of the new M62 coming out?

    Press release

    Kubota expected approximately 4,000 dealer personnel at its National Dealer Meeting in Atlanta, Oct. 11-16, where the company introduced a number of new products, including two new...
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    Re: No cost option for food plots

    Soybeans attract deer over a wide range of times. At my place they eat the greens from sprouting in May into September then they eat beans into March. They dig through feet of snow to get to them,...
  91. Re: Do I really need scarfires on a Grading Scraper?

    I have a box blade with scarifiers so when I ordered my woods land plane I got it without. I hook up the box blade first if I have potholes or need to move much material first.

    If you don't own...
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    Re: GPS for measuring and platting?

    For what you describe, there is an App for that. As long as you aren't trying to locate actual lot lines or crowding a border, these work very well.

    The one I use is Measure Map. I have attached...
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    Re: Using Landscape Rake For Snow Removal

    If you haven't purchased yet, look for a rake with a fold down blade, it's a great accessory. Here's a Land Pride version and I think others make them also. See page 9.
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  94. Thread: Snow plow?

    by Deerherd
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    Re: Snow plow?

    Yes, running hoses from the rear to front will allow you to control the angle of the plow.
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    Re: Who rides motorcycles?

    I have a Triumph Scrambler, it's been a great fun ride. It's stock mufflers never have offended anyone I don't believe. Unless you just dislike British twins in general......��

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    Re: The WICKED GRAPPLE for UTILITY TRACTORS!!!!!!!

    Travis,

    This wasn't directed at trying to find other members who have used different style grapples on different size tractors. Most people won't have that luxury. It was directed at you as a...
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    Re: The WICKED GRAPPLE for UTILITY TRACTORS!!!!!!!

    It's just a heavier duty grapple than the original. Still a flat bottomed grapple that has a limited opening that gets smaller the more you tip it forward. Ok if your brush piles are less than 3'...
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    Re: How to drain a crop field

    I would first run a subsoiler to break up the hard pan and temporarily ditch it after fall harvest. If that didn't adequately take care of the problem I would create a sacrificial small...
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    Re: Can't upload new photos

    Wow, this stinks I can't post from my IPad either. I got three great pictures of Sasquatch on my game camera I was going to post.......
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    Re: Food plot 2015

    Here's a before and after of one of my soybean fields.

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    I also experimented with mixing soybeans and corn. The deer are hitting the soybeans hard right now and the corn is...
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