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    Quick Hitches Re: Video about 3 Point Quick Hitch

    The Kubota kits come with detailed instructions and diagrams. Very easy and simple with no special tools required.
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    Re: I have a new knee!

    Good reminder. I forgot to mention that. Cannot be emphasised enough.
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    Re: Potatoes harvesting

    Hey Metsa, can you do a follow up video concerning the storage of your potatoes. And please explain the sorting process?? How do you decide which bucket to put them in??? Thanks for your posts as...
  4. Re: Where can I advertise a heavy duty utility trailer?

    If at all possible you need to pull it outside and take better pics. Especially get some of the wheels/tires.

    If it's a low mileage trailer it's worth what you are asking. For a buyer to figure...
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    Re: I have a new knee!

    Yep. They'll have a goal they want you to reach before they'll release you. May even test you on stairs.

    Tomorrow your leg is gonna look like it's been thru a War. :)
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    Re: I have a new knee!

    My wife got hers 2 months ago. She's finishing up physical therapy now. Still has pain problems sometimes. Can't get comfortable sometimes. But definitely doesn't want her old knee back.

    Push...
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    Quick Hitches Re: Video about 3 Point Quick Hitch

    Prepare yourself for money shock. I bought Kubota kits to add 2nd and 3rd to my M9540. Then I built my top and tilt cylinder kits.

    Fortunately the ole Ford already had two rear remotes. So...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    To get a good dump you'll have to remove the quick couplers on both hoses and cycle the cylinder in to complete collapse and out to complete extension a couple time. If you can do that without...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    Yes. I mentioned that earlier as a contamination issue. As well as dirty quick couplers.

    Countrybumpkin mentioned using starting fluid for a cleaner which I thought was a great idea!!!
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    Quick Hitches Re: Video about 3 Point Quick Hitch

    With an Alabama accent!!! ;)
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    Yeah, especially here in the midwest. The temperature of the metal on the machine may change several degrees many times in a day of unsettled weather due to sunshine changes alone.

    My old all...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    True that. Pretty common on older tractors, not so common on new equipment.
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    Quick Hitches Re: Video about 3 Point Quick Hitch

    I went many years without TnT. Once I started using a Quick Hitch ony Cat II tractor it quickly followed. I now pay little attention to how I park an attachment. I can easily reattach in almost...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    Possibility of water contamination.
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    Quick Hitches Re: Video about 3 Point Quick Hitch

    You need a hydraulic top link for sure. :)
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    I agree concerning the translucent panels if you are not heating the building. In the OP's case, he's obviously heating. Those panels can't be used.
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    Yes. I always wipe the connectors. Hard to clean the female end. Secondary contamination is that you don't know what type or condition of hydraulic oil was used to last power the attachment (if...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    I think the sitting outside part of your comments is the most serious. None of my motorized equipment sits outside.
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    Excellent!!!
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    Glad you enjoy it as much as I do. I spend my Winter days there for sure. This time of year, not so much.
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    Re: Lightweight Root Grapple

    Too much caffeine? :)
  22. Thread: Grapple DIY

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    Re: Grapple DIY

    Gene, I don't have a picture on my phone. Mine is a simple spade shape and works fine on small trees. You need a hydraulic multi spade unit. Yes, they are very expensive and hard to find in good...
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    Ahhhh... I didn't realize that was being done. You probly mentioned it and I forgot.

    Many years ago I built a 30x50. Couldn't afford concrete the first couple years so poured it later. No...
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    I really enjoy watching professionals do a project like this. Makes me realize how little I know.

    Not questioning their methods at all so please don't take it that way. Have they talked about...
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    Re: HST Oil Change: Fact or Fiction?

    I put Super UDT2 in my Kubota M9540. I plan to run thru a couple pairs of filters before I consider changing the fluid again.

    With that said, if your tractor has rear remotes and you use them...
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    Re: Question for Gator and RTV owners

    The Gator and RTV have both been around long enough there are a lot of used ones for sale.

    Ultrarunner got a lot of value for his dollar spent. I bought a used RTV900 with 180 hrs for $5500. ...
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    Re: Lightweight Root Grapple

    Good luck with your search. I can't guide you toward a specific manufacturer.

    I can only say, lightweight equals light strength.

    Maybe a bolt-on Grapple for your bucket would fill your needs??
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    Good one??? :)
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    Re: Replaced some SickleBar Guard Teeth

    When I started looking for a sickle mower I would only look at belt drive. Didn't want anything to do with pitman drive cause I planned to cut odd angles.

    Just fell into the Ford 515 deal. ...
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    Re: Where's the older users

    I've escaped the nap bug so far. May go to bed at 9p.m., but no naps, yet.
  31. Re: I want to tie the rear brake pedals together on a Ford 660 & need ideas

    Good one!!!
  32. Re: I want to tie the rear brake pedals together on a Ford 660 & need ideas

    My 3910 has wet brakes and they work great. On the old Fords I grew up on it was debateable..... :)
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    Re: Replaced some SickleBar Guard Teeth

    Yeah it's so ridiculously simple that it's not thought of
    Rivets are soft by nature and easily sheared. :)

    Being from the "Show-Me" state of Missouri, Bumpkin and I paid attention. :)
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    Re: Changing from power adjust rims

    Yep. Grind it smooth on the inside so the patch doen't tear the tube.
  35. Thread: What is this?

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    Re: What is this?

    Would you rather 311 members replied they didn't know? :)
  36. Re: I want to tie the rear brake pedals together on a Ford 660 & need ideas

    I'm just the opposite. Only my pedals are locked is when I'm trailering and want them both locked. If you look at my pedals the paint is worn off the center from putting my foot on both pedals at...
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    Re: Replaced some SickleBar Guard Teeth

    I'll try to describe this so it's understandable.

    Fastest way to remove sections. Bench vise. Open the jaws just wide enough for the section to slip thru, point down. Not so wide that the...
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    Re: Kubota RTV1100 Concerns

    Welcome to TBN!!!
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    Re: Kubota RTV1100 Concerns

    I agree with everyone else. Get different tires. The RTV is not highly capable offroad. With that said, everyone's perspective/expectations are different.

    In your case, definitely add a winch. ...
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    Re: Replaced some SickleBar Guard Teeth

    I bought a Ford 515 for $150 and spent another $150 tuning it up. Expect many years of abusive roadbank cutting from it. :)
  41. Re: Would a fire damage cast rear wheel centers?

    I agree. If they have any paint left they'll be fine.
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    Re: Dealing on new equipment

    Well stated. :)
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    I suggest using without new paint for a year. Then paint it to the standard the tractor has earned.
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    Re: Got a grapple, installed my diverter today.

    Bought a set of forks a month ago. Used, $200. Didn't think I'd use them much but the price was right. I've used them several times already. Good purchase. :)
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    Re: Kubota RTV 1100 how to adjust rear brakes?

    Glad it worked for ya. Come back and visit with us anytime. :)
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    Flail Mower Re: Implement Hook-Up Difficulty

    Hmmmmm. Don't quite understand. Both my tractors lock the PTO shaft when engine is running. Release it when engine is shutoff.
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    Re: Got a grapple, installed my diverter today.

    I Grapple a large variation of materials. I much prefer two lids.
  48. Re: Kubota brand 3rd function hydraulics question

    Yep. I installed mine. Steel except the rubber hoses from FEL frame to Quick Couplers.
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    Re: Dealing on new equipment

    Yeah, the offsite thing is why I started using Inland Marine. Not pimping them in any way.
  50. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    Awesome. Look forward to the pics.
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    Re: Dealing on new equipment

    In studying any insurance policy, the exclusions should always be the primary focus.

    For example, my homeowner policy has $95,000 coverage on contents of my house/shop. But it only covers a...
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    My Son has a demo gold tractor but it ain't that pretty. :)
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    Yeah, publish that information. I don't know how to change titles either.

    Progress comes slowly on anxiously anticipated projects!!! :)
  54. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    I think to produce a worthy video would require editing skills. I lack those skills for sure.... :)
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    Re: Kill Wire Got Me Baffled...

    The anti after fire solenoid is to prevent backfire a couple seconds after engine shutoff. It will function as a kill device with no harm to the engine until you can track the problem with the kill...
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    Re: 1965 Ford 2000 ??

    Thats it right there!!! Bookmarking that for sure. Thank you very much for spreading the knowledge!!!
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    Re: 1965 Ford 2000 ??

    Thank you for sharing the info!!!
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    I enjoy these discussions as well. I always learn something. If I can just remember where I store it in the old brain. :)
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    Re: Dealing on new equipment

    Good stuff guys. I appreciate everyone's input.

    Now that all major manufacturers are playing the 0% finance game there is less incentive for us to buy a specific brand over another. To get a new...
  60. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    I think it would be hard to video use because of subtle adjustments made by the operator that wouldn't be noticed. Maybe a lengthy video changing the slope on an area?
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    Re: 1965 Ford 2000 ??

    Can you share with us where you get this information. I've saw several members provide it but don't recall ever hearing where to find it myself. Thanks!!!
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    Re: 1965 Ford 2000 ??

    Have your Son look at the tractor data stuff and let us know what sheet metal design matches. Or better yet have him post a pic. You've got our curiousity up now. :)
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    Re: 1965 Ford 2000 ??

    Welcome to TBN.

    There are several Ford tractor experts on here. Someone will chime in with the information you are looking for. You've listed the correct numbers. Be patient since it's a...
  64. Re: Pulled an old Ford out of bushes and found out why it was there

    Tractor data.com says they were built from 1983-1989. Here's a link to their information. TractorData.com Ford 291 tractor information

    Hope you get it running. I love my 3910. For every hour...
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    Re: Tweaking a rotary cutter

    I use a hydraulic toplink on both my tractors. Very useful when using ground engaging tools. A very close second is when using a mounted brush cutter!!!! Allows me to back up to a downward facing...
  66. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    Your concept of converting you BB is what Countrybumpkin did. His tongue doesn't fold but is pinned onto the 3pt brackets. Pretty sure his rear wheels can easily be removed as well. I don't think...
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    Re: Dealing on new equipment

    I totally agree when the purchase price is that close regardless of payment method. This scenario is becoming more common.

    To use a card game (Poker) term, the manufacturers have went "All In"...
  68. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    If you added a horizontal floor for the material to lay on
    Then you'd hafta add an ejector gate or a way to dump the box to get it out.
  69. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    It's a Midland brand. 5yd. In this size you can find this type or "no front tires type. Tractor carries half the load. That's actually what I was originally looking for. Much better for small...
  70. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    Not that I can afford anyway. I paid $4700. Thought that was plenty til I started using it. "Dirt Cheap". I've hauled hundreds of loads of dirt. Nothing can do what a Scraper can do. :)
    ...
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    Yep. How can it be cheaper to use a chain versus gears??? Must be though. :)
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Or singing?
  73. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    Yeah, that's "countrybumpkin, friend of ours on the Missouri Roll Call thread. He did a great job.

    As for me hiring out,,, I barely get my own project list done. :)
  74. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    Larry, friend of mine modified his to tilt. If I can remember I'll try to get some pics. Your Brother could do the mod easily.

    KT, talking about equipment not for sale. I was looking for a 5yd...
  75. Buying Advice Re: Anyone had expeirence with a pull type box blade?

    They are very handy at leveling. Would not buy one that doesn't tilt. Even then, repetitive passes are your friend. I pulled a 12ft with my M9540 4wd. In loose dirt, could stall the tractor.
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    Yep. Ur on track. As identified by Soundguy, wouldn't pay much attention to color. Too many variables. As for water, I search for that discoloration after running the machine. Chocolate milk...
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    Re: I'll stick with Raccoons...

    Surprising how many people think wild animals should have a natural fear of us. Why? We are simply a fellow resident in their life that they have to deal with. :)
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    Easy now. He knows the difference between oil and water. You two guys should buddy up and share experiences.
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    Re: I'll stick with Raccoons...

    Because the humans now live in it's range. No nonsense. Just Nature at work.
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    Re: white (albino) humming bird

    Good stuff Achingback!!! Thank's for posting!!! :)
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    Re: I'll stick with Raccoons...

    It's in the yard because the yard is in it's range. No different than Deer, Racoons, Coyotes, Bobcats, etc., etc.
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    Re: My new Ford 4000

    I'm with Soundguy. Don't think we've got to the bottom of the PTO thing yet.
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    Re: white (albino) humming bird

    Tell us more. :)
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    Re: Texting while driving

    Yeah, thats what I was talking about.
  85. Re: Gravel versus red clay road vs combination of the two

    And in my area we'll haul in red clay if it's not available onsite. :)
  86. Re: Gravel versus red clay road vs combination of the two

    Now we are beginning to see what I was talking about. Each of us have a different story. None of which apply to the OP's situation. :)
  87. Re: Repairing sway arm bracket on 3pt hitch arm

    True that!!! But still, have you ever saw a sway bracket that's welded to the lift arm???
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    Re: Texting while driving

    I believe their are some cars built today that parameters can be programmed regarding using electronics while driving. I think this will be more common in the future.
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    Just understand that your UTV trans is nothing like the CVTs being discussed in this thread. Not going to debate the particulars of naming each variety. Just saying they aren't anywhere near the...
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    Good stuff guys. Thanks for the videos and opinions. Sometimes the simplest things are the hardest to understand. :)
  91. Re: Gravel versus red clay road vs combination of the two

    I think these discussions have sooooooo many variables that getting information beneficial to your application will be pure luck. Here in Missouri, heck, even here in my County conditions vary so...
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    Re: Why CVT's are awesome

    That was going to be my question?? In this discussion, when referring to a CVT, you are NOT referring to a dry belt system??

    Educated me, I know nothing about a "wet" CVT??
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    Re: I'll stick with Raccoons...

    I think those that live in Bear country accept and respect them. For the rest of us, it's a bit disturbing. :)

    In my lifetime I've only heard of 3 black bear sightings in my County. I've heard...
  94. Re: Repairing sway arm bracket on 3pt hitch arm

    Usually the brackets are riveted or bolted on. Guess not this time?? As to welding on the lift arm. A professional welder could probably do it successfully by knowing the temperament of the iron...
  95. Re: 1958 641 w/3 speed transmission and Sherman over/under unit

    Can't help you on the spark plugs, although back when I had an old Ford I always ran Champion.

    For the drain plugs, I believe they can all be removed with a good Crescent wrench.
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    Re: 32x56x12 The Barn

    That's gonna a nice building. Lookin forward to the progress!!
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    Re: Ford vs chevy vs ram SRW one ton diesel

    Yeah, you'd hafta keep looking in the mirror to know the boat was still there!!! :)
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    Re: Ford vs chevy vs ram SRW one ton diesel

    I know I am Greg. :)

    Congrats!!!
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    Re: Got a new machine.

    My BB has hydraulic scarifiers and I use TnT so I require 3 for it.

    I also use QH and never remove it. So if I want to pull my wheel tandem disc I need the third for that hydraulics.

    When I...
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    Re: What model replaced the B7800?

    Totally understand that. My mowing tractor doesn't have an FEL. Hope you can find something that works for you.
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