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    Re: Ok here's the pics

    Hey Kevin!

    Can't believe it's been 10 years. Congrats on the new upgrade! Enjoy!

    Don
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    Re: About 1 in 100 breast cancer cases are men

    Jim,
    More positive thoughts and prayers sent your way.

    Don
  3. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Info from TMH lighting website: TMH-LED-R-36W-TMH Technology Co.,LTD

    Amazon link: Mine is the TMH 36watt oval. There is also a TMH 60watt version for $10 more.

    Amazon.com: TMH CREE LED work...
  4. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Welcome David! I believe you have your question answered! :thumbsup: I will say....... I'm very pleased with my set up. It has all worked out quite well.

    Don
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    Re: are weber grills worth the money

    I've been grilling on Weber charcoal grills for 35+ years. I just finally let the bottom half of a Weber grill (that came from my parents) go to the curb only because I backed into it and ripped a...
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    Re: Creating a Lake

    I see an early resemblance of a 'Timber Kings' episode as seen on the Discovery Channel. :thumbsup:

    Timber Kings

    As always Eddie, I thoroughly enjoy your projects!!

    Don
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    Re: Russian Kioti Girl

    It's affecting your speech. :laughing:
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    Re: Tomato Cages

    I use cattle panels from tractor supply. I count off three squares and then cut from top to bottom. I use 3 of these cut panels to form a triangle to slip over one tomato plant. Then use one 2x2...
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    Re: Russian Kioti Girl

    Those are the 'tractor beams'. They draw you right in.............:rolleyes:
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    Re: Tomato Cages

    I use cattle panels from tractor supply. I count off three squares and then cut from top to bottom. I use 3 of these cut panels to form a triangle to slip over one tomato plant. Then use one 2x2...
  11. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Thanks for the clarification! It all makes sense now. :thumbsup:

    Don
  12. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    I'm not understanding. A 6" bar over the light as a visor to shield the light from falling snow?? Yes?

    Don
  13. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Thanks for the compliment!

    Don't like LED lights for there inability to melt snow? Here's one solution::thumbsup:

    363689

    I have seen a lot of chatter about the finned aluminum housings used...
  14. Re: Overdue Tweaks, Enhancements & LED lights on my CK30 HST

    Thanks for the compliments guys!

    I've read some questions in the past about where to tie in for power(+). I'll share how I connected. I used an 'add a line' w/fuse. See pic:

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    I used...
  15. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Out of the entire project I was really pleased with the switch box. It became affectionately known as the waterproof box with the hole in the bottom.

    Link for UK Ultra boxes: ...
  16. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    It was your post I saw about the light bar. Thanks for posting the info! The light bar is the 'flood' version. ExplorationOutfitters had a couple listed on Ebay which included a complete wire...
  17. Re: I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes...

    Hi Paul! (4shorts)
    Your work is inspirational! Almost a religious type experience! :)
    Thanks for the kind words! It means a lot!
    Don
  18. Overdue Tweaks, Enhancements & LED lights on my CK30 HST

    I replaced the OEM tool box behind the seat with a short ammo box that about triples the space. Pic has original tool box on top of the newly installed box.

    363655

    I came up with a dry...
  19. I've seen the (LED) light & gone to the other side. Light bar, flood & strobes......

    This project started as an update of my original tired halogen based light bar. It encompasses a new waterproof electric switch box, new switches, 30 watt LED light bar, 36 watt LED rear work...
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    Re: March 1, Happy National Pig Day!!!!!

    In honor of National Pig Day:

    How would you treat an ear infection in Oscars' ears?




    Survey says: Oinkment !
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    Re: Trouble Loading Thread Pages

    Comcast installed their new gateway modem/wireless router today. Difficulty surfing TBN still persisted. So........downloaded Firefox, which I'm using at the moment. First look, surfing TBN...
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    Re: Trouble Loading Thread Pages

    Comcast is scheduled to replace their modem(that I rent) tomorrow 2/27. I'll report back with the results.....
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    Re: Trouble Loading Thread Pages

    Looks like the concensus is to forget about internet explorer and move on to something else. So far it's Firefox by Mozilla....
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    Trouble Loading Thread Pages

    I can load the forum index pages OK. But....when I go to load a thread it appears for a nano second then disappears. Running windows 8 and Internet Explorer. Any thoughts?

    Bear with me if I...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    In the 'hood that would be known as: PigFiti ! :laughing:

    Don
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    Re: Out with the OLD in with the NEW.

    Nice! Stay cool........and dry. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: Out with the CK30... In with the DK40

    Congrats Jim!!! Enjoy your new helper. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: BX25D. Mod #1 and continued.

    Oh man I'm sooooo envious. That must have been so cool. Its a wonder you didn't take up flying! I have 128 hours on a Cessna 185 Skywaggon. I wanted to do my private license but that's the one thing...
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    Re: AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!

    I would recommend gorilla tape for an upscale, long lasting repair. :thumbsup: Although, I've only seen it in the color--black.

    Don
  30. Dealer Welcome J&R Tractor of Monroe and Milan, MI into the Kioti Dealer Pack!

    :welcome:
    Good to see the dealer network expanding. Good for the Kioti brand and good for J&R Tractor! :thumbsup:

    Don
  31. Re: Stupid (read: unexpected) ways to hurt yourself with your tractor.

    I had to remove my toothbar....................my knee's couldn't take the abuse. :ashamed:

    Don
  32. Re: Dodge Intrepid - First car, what do you think?

    The air dam hangs low on the intrepids. Parking curbs are notorious for pulling them loose. I'd reattach it with some new pins and stock some spare pins. Watch what you drive over..........it's not a...
  33. Re: Dodge Intrepid - First car, what do you think?

    Let google be your friend. :thumbsup:

    1998 Dodge Intrepid

    Don
  34. Re: Dodge Intrepid - First car, what do you think?

    I've had a 1998 Intrepid in the family since new. From the tidbits of information I've gathered over the years the 2.7 and 3.2 were chryslers first engines totally designed inside a computer. The...
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    Re: What is a good small 4x4 pickup?

    I've been surfing the vehicle ads for the last several weeks. I initially started looking at the small pickup trucks, but the low mileage numbers with 4x4 turned me away. Now, I'm leaning toward a...
  36. Re: How in the world did I break this (ck20hst)? And some questions.

    Take pictures as U go. Then refer back to them. The reassembly will be more clear.

    Don
  37. Thread: Free gun

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    Re: Free gun

    :shocked: ahhhhhhhhhhh :mur:

    Don
  38. Re: CK20 serviced at Upper Valley Swansea, NH no glow starting fixed and more

    :confused3:As this thread was expanding I was wondering why Dave was never mentioned as being in the loop.

    Don
  39. Thread: Free gun

    by TBDonnelly
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    Re: Free gun

    See pic's:
  40. Thread: Free gun

    by TBDonnelly
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    Re: Free gun

    I have one just like it. Is was my grandfathers shot gun. They were imported from Belgium. Look for a stamping on the gun near the hammers. "Janssen Sons" are the makers of the shotgun. Early...
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    Re: Who makes a good loader plow for my BX?

    Hound Dog Plow Blades

    Great people to deal with.........

    Don
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    Re: Dealer support

    Thanks for the helpful tip! I'll save for future reference. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: CK35H Fuel tank collapsed

    Click on the link for a picture of the vented fuel cap off my CK30:
    ...
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    Re: CK35H Fuel tank collapsed

    My CK30 HST has a vented fuel cap. Is the fuel cap original? Check the bottom side of the fuel cap to see if it's become blocked. Does the tractor run normally or does it act like it's starving...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Upon arriving in Texas, the Michigan Snow Birds are known to migrate to various locations throughout the state. As long as they have water (lake Maribou!) they may stay for an extended period. (Build...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    That appears to be a 'rare' Michigan Snow Bird. Once thought to be on the endangered species list. A very few random sightings have been reported. Seldom photographed, this picture is certainly one...
  47. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    Either way, since there's only 4 possible pumpkins to harvest I sure would practice on anything else besides a prized pumpkin. :o

    Don
  48. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    Excellent point! :thumbsup: ....as long as the pumpkin would clear the front of the tractor.

    Don
  49. Thread: Balast

    by TBDonnelly
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    Re: Balast

    Courtesy of Steve Carver Equipment:


    Loader breakaway or breakout force

    When using a loader -- it all starts at the front cutting edge of the bucket. The more power and force it has equals...
  50. Thread: Balast

    by TBDonnelly
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    Re: Balast

    The issue with the loader lift as far as large pumpkins is, the pumpkins could be as much as 4 feet in front of the pins or farther in front of the pins if the forks are atttached to the front of the...
  51. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    I just saw a couple of your pumpkin pictures in another thread. Very Impressive!

    The 3 point hitch lift capacity on a CK27:
    Lift Capacity, 24" aft of hitch, lb(kg)1,764 lbs. (800 kg)

    With...
  52. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    I think I understand now. The whole garden would be 60 feet x 60 feet. Divided into 4 - 30 foot x 30 foot quadrants. One pumpkin to each 30 foot x 30 foot quadrant. Yes??

    Don
  53. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    What I was curious about was the size (xx feet by xx feet) of the actual planting area. I'm trying to visualize the area and pattern the subsoiler will need to follow.

    Here in Michigan I've seen...
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    Re: Harbor Freight Tools that don't suck

    Popular Hot Rodding's review of the Harbor Freight 5 drawer tool service cart.

    Tool Cart | Tech Blog & Discussion at Popular Hot Rodding Magazine

    Anybody have one?

    Don
  55. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    How wide is the area you plan to plant pumpkns in?

    Don
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    Re: Couple questions about my new CK27.

    OK, just wanted to make sure the important stuff was covered. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: Couple questions about my new CK27.

    Did you get at least one cup holder on the CK27?

    Don
  58. Thread: Balast

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    Re: Balast

    Kioti recommends 700 pounds rear ballast.

    KIOTI - run ahead of the pack!

    If you plan to trailer the tractor much I would not load the tires. That's a lot of extra weight to trailer around. ...
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    Re: Heart Healthy Eating

    Here's a interesting recipe website:

    ChefMD Healthy Recipes - Dr. John LaPuma

    Don
  60. Buying Advice Re: 20s, 20s hst, 27s, 27hst....man im tuckered out.

    Because the sub cut is a downsized version of a cut, downsized implements have been designed for the sub cut. You'll see on the King Kutter website they have a section for downsized sub cut sized...
  61. Buying Advice Re: 20s, 20s hst, 27s, 27hst....man im tuckered out.

    My hunch is the 26hp Kubota was a BX, a sub cut. The CK20 is a full size CUT. My take is the CK27 on a half acre lot will be like a bull navigating through a china shop. If your plans are to move to...
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    Re: Heart Healthy Eating

    txdon posted a link to this cinammon roll recipe on the original thread.



    Thru some experimentation made a few amendments that added some needed moisture to the recipe.
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    These cupcakes aren't postable on the new thread because of the the egg product (egg beaters and egg whites) & 1 tablespoon of butter. Perhaps someone could make a recommendation for a plant based...
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    On a second pass-thru of our local meijer stores I found whole wheat pastry flour in the 'Bob's Red Mill' section in 5 pounds bags on the bottom shelf. Whole Foods had the 'Bob's Red Mill' in 5 pound...
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    We've made a couple batches of the cinnamon rolls and we also encountered the dryness factor. The amendments we did were:

    Added extra apple. I used fresh apples and used a blender to make apple...
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    Wouldn't you know it..........Amazon carries the 'no salt added' black beans. :licking:

    Eden Organic Black Beans, No Salt Added, 15-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    Don,

    Did you use black beans from a can? I did not see any "no salt added" choices on the grocery shelf. The only "no salt added" were uncooked bagged black beans.

    Don
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    Sam's Club also has a good selection of frozen fruit in larger 4 to 6 pound bags.

    Compare (Sam's frozen fruit)

    Don
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    Re: Wish me luck or a fast ambulance.

    I get flaxseed from Sam's Club. It's in the pharmacy section.

    Flax USA Golden Flax - 40 oz. - Sam's Club=

    Flaxseed is good to keep you regular. At least it works for me. :ashamed:

    I add...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Oscar has turned into a real ham. :thumbsup: Although, he really hogs the frame. :laughing: Perhaps Oscar needs a hollywood agent? Oscar is so darn photogenic. He's become quite the celebrity. ...
  71. Re: Michigan Iron Nite-Site Worklight Bar Installed

    In one thread started by the resident TBN 'LED' fanatic ->:D:D:thumbsup: (aka 4shorts), I've been reading that LED's burn cooler so a small heater or wiper blades or long handle brush are needed to...
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    Re: Power update.

    Click on the link:

    Power Service Products, diesel fuel additives, prevent gelling, clean injectors, disperse water, boost cetane, reduce emissions, improve fuel economyPower Service Products,...
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Need to give the dog a bath before U let him up on the couch this evening. :p :laughing:

    Don
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    Buying Advice Re: kioti dealers

    "BTI" formerly known as kiohio. Located in Nelsonville, Ohio

    Don
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    Re: Time to upgrade

    4shorts Kubota meet Knight Rider 2000.......Love at first site. :licking:

    YouTube - KITT is BACK!

    Don :D
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Has Oscar made a prediction who will win the Superbowl this Sunday? :)

    Don
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    Buying Advice Re: Kioti ck 20s hst ck27hst

    I'm going to respectfully disagree. Boat time is a limited seasonal business and time is of the essence. Medium range would be indispensable in my book for speed of service. Low (and slow) would have...
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    Buying Advice Re: Kioti ck 20s hst ck27hst

    I'd want the three range HST in the 27 vs.the 20......

    Don
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    Snow Re: CT 335 HooAh!

    Regardless whether or not the rear tires are loaded....rear ballast off the 3 point hitch is recommended when doing front loader work.
    Without rear ballast off the three point hitch all the weight...
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    Re: CK20s Turn the Key and Nothing

    Clean the battery cables at both ends. Give a good wire brushing to the ground wire at the frame.

    Don
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    Re: Thinking outside the box

    Paul:

    Think "outside the box" :thumbsup: and let google be your friend.

    Don
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    Re: CK20S Cold Weather Start Procedure

    Parafin in the diesel fuel can plug a fuel filter and be virtually undetectable. Have you replaced the fuel filter?

    Don
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    Re: Baby Pig. Now What?

    Maybe time to bring Oscar inside to warm up and perhaps watch a movie?
    A note of caution though. Oscar could be a real pig and hog all the popcorn. :laughing:

    Oscar, no offense meant or...
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    Re: Knee replacement

    I've heard if you use the british version of the knee you'll automatically qualify for dual citizenship. :p:laughing:

    Don
  85. Re: 2005 CK30 Intermittent Start Issue Resolved!

    Deep down Rick still bleeds orange. :drink:
    I do have my annual tractor appointment with the 'dry' cleaners scheduled. :D

    A little clarification with my picture posted in the first post. The...
  86. Re: 2005 CK30 Intermittent Start Issue Resolved!

    I found a good description of the shut off solenoid on the 2005 CK30 in this link:

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/2001187-post9.html

    Don
  87. 2005 CK30 Intermittent Start Issue Resolved!

    The Issue: Difficult re-starting warm 2005 CK30. Engine would crank over but would fail to start when re-starting after tractor use. Leaving the tractor sit for a while, it would usually start.
    ...
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    Re: Is this normal?

    I wonder what kidkioti found out? What was the fix?

    Don
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    Re: At Home In The Woods

    Might it be a good idea to lay a wire in the trench to aid in locating the water pipe with a metal detector, if need be in the future?

    Don
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    Re: Ironworker arrival

    Do I forsee live, on locaton, realtime posts from, shall I say, the eye of the snow storm this winter? :D

    That'll be cool....from a warm cab. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: Ironworker arrival

    I think you mean, Keep up the great work PAUL. As a matter of fact,:dance1: I know you mean Paul AKA 4shorts. :thumbsup:

    Don
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    Re: Ironworker arrival

    Hey Paul!

    Wanted to say.... your pictures are worth a thousand words and reading those thousand words, your spelling is impeccable! :thumbsup: I haven't posted much lately but I'm reading TBN...
  93. Re: Curtis Cab for B2710 that I scored on Craig's list!

    Great find Von! Glad you posted and checked in here at TBN. Since you became a mogger you presence here tapered off. Don't be a stranger. Always enjoyed reading about your Unimog builds.

    Don
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    Re: Loss of power

    Chances are the new replacement fuel filter could/will plug up. Cheap insurance, after the dealer changes the fuel filter, buy a second fuel filter as back up.

    Don
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    Re: Kubota vs. Kioti Info

    There is no source or reference where the 1980's information came from. Could be entirely accurate, sounds plausible, but then again?

    Don
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    Re: All-terrain wheelchair?

    We have this EV rider mobility scooter in our family. It has the larger all terrian wheels and travels over grassy areas no problem. 5" ground clearance. It moves along at a pretty fair clip (8...
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    Backhoe Re: More than one way to get rid of Piano

    Your first name wouldn't be 'Billy' would it? .....aka "The Piano Man"

    YouTube - ‪Piano Man with Lyrics‬‎

    :laughing::laughing::laughing::laughing:

    Don
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    Re: Creating a Lake

    I see this as an incorrect (finish) mower for the intended use. :eek: What you really needed was a 'bush hog' mower.:thumbsup: You were in the bush and needed to transport a hog. :D

    Of course,...
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    Buying Advice Re: Advice on used CK25 TLB

    The FEL folding/dropdown storage leg is missing on the same side as the weld.

    Don
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    Re: Country Boys having fun

    Would that be known as the 'Tumblebuggy' competition? :laughing: :thumbsup:

    Don
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