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    Re: Broke my new cutter

    Thank goodness no one was injured. I've heard of guys having all sorts of difficulties with rear cutters but snap a blade. Are the blades brittle or was it just an unlucky hit?
  2. Re: Snowblower for Kubota 2320 in Norther Michigan

    I have a mile long gravel driveway. When I had my Ford 1710 4x4 I had both a rear blade and a rear mount snow blower(called - Blue Machine, 60" wide). What the rear blade would handle depended upon...
  3. Thread: Speed charts

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    Re: Speed charts

    The only place I can imagine you will find speed charts is in the OP manual for each specific model. Mine is called "Traveling Speed". You might get lucky and find it by a direct Google search. ...
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    Re: Best way to clear rocks for a food plot?

    Around here its not the putting of the soil back in the hole that's the problem. Its finding a spot with enough depth to the soil to pound in a fence post and still have it line up with the rest of...
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    Re: Filled rear tires characteristic...

    Hmmm. I see the same line, but on the tire. In the fall when the air temps are warmer than the fluid in the tire, or the reverse. At least we have a little bit of humidity in the air then. ...
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    Re: Best way to clear rocks for a food plot?

    Hey, the only "crazy" thing is giving up and living with all the rock. Rock will only spawn more rock. bhh, those rocks in your right picture look a lot like mine. Have you been sneaking in and...
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    Re: Remote home security systems?

    I agree with newbury - this is a difficult subject to discuss on the internet. I would suggest, if your security may be truly challenged, discuss your situation with an independent home security...
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    Re: Filled rear tires characteristic...

    My OP manual recommends 18 psi for my rear tires - loaded or dry.
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    Re: Filled rear tires characteristic...

    My rear tires are 75-80% filled with Rimguard. I run the tire manufacturers recommend pressure - 18 psi. They don't look any different than those at the dealer with only air in them. They do...
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    Re: Larger Land Pride shredders

    bdog,

    I just did a product search on the Land Pride web site. The RCR 2510 is a rotary cutter they still manufacture. The RCR 2512 & RCR 3615 are no longer listed on the Land Pride web...
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    Re: Larger Land Pride shredders

    I have four Land Pride implements - no rotary cutters though. I've found Land Pride to be superior implements, do what they are supposed to, hasn't required repair - they aren't cheap implements. ...
  12. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    rswyan, I've not been following this thread but if you are cleaning up a shop or outbuilding and going to be using an air compressor - be careful. Three guys - in this county, within the last 12...
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    Re: Best way to clear rocks for a food plot?

    Be careful what you hook on to there, Gary. I was out "rock harvesting" this spring with the tines on the ROBB. Hooked on to a really big one and as luck would have it, bounced off. Got off to...
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    Re: Is this PTO connected properly?

    That second pic was the telling story. Even on a bigger tractor - pto connection is not as fun as seat time. The shaft is heavy, it never seems to want to key in and slide on and however you...
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    Re: Sambar Deer problem

    Many year ago - at least 50 - after a very contentious legal battle - orchardist v WA state Dept of Game - the Game Dept agreed, as part of the legal settlement, to assist the orchardist in reducing...
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    Re: New ranch - need help deciding on a tractor

    Well - - Welcome to TBN. One of our most fun jobs - deciding how to spend other folks money <laughing>. Go to your Kubota dealer and JD dealer and ask for names, locations of farmers using their...
  17. Re: Portable power tools and Li battery advances - how soon?

    Those in the know say from development of a working prototype to it being in the market place is usually 18-24 months. You can expect any new battery, with that capability, for a cordless tool will...
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    Re: Sambar Deer problem

    I've lived out here for 32 years with lots of muleys and a few white tails. I've tried, at one time or another, every "cure" that I've read about and most IMHO are a lot of hooey. Bars of fragrant...
  19. Thread: Sunflowers

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    Re: Sunflowers

    I had a few -10-12 plants - many years ago. They got about 5-7 feet high and the chipmunks loved them. I even tried roasting the seeds but must have been the wrong type. Anyhow, I got rid of the...
  20. Thread: winter oils

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    Re: winter oils

    Good,
    Glad you were able to get recommendations from a Kioti owner. Kubota recommends 15W-40 year round. Rotella must be a good brand - everybody recommends and uses it. None of the suppliers in...
  21. Re: Covering 8'x16' flat dump bed made out of heavy 2x8's

    Gale,
    When I went to choose on decking material, I saw that plyform and I also looked at what they call marine plywood. The plyform did not have T&G edges and the marine stuff looked like it had...
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    Re: How large LPGS for my 2720?

    I have the Land Pride GS2584. Its a fantastic implement that I use on my mile long gravel/dirt driveway. A very versatile implement also - I've used it to create over a mile of trails on the...
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    Re: Best way to clear rocks for a food plot?

    My neighbor - for reasons unknown - has a seven shank scarifier. His smallest tractor is 350+ hp - so it was of no use to him. Anyhow, I borrowed it, and going very slow it worked well. But, how...
  24. Thread: winter oils

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    Re: winter oils

    Dave,

    Welcome to TBN. The operator's manual will provide the very best advise on viscosities at those temps. And I would recommend any major brand that is diesel rated. Thank the Lord - you...
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    Re: Attachment Problem

    Huh - I just uploaded two photos to a post on "Rural" and they were right side up. I used Safari in this case.
  26. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    Its warm 66 for this time of night - heading for mid 90's this pm. BTW - thanks for the info on your Gator, Roy.
  27. Re: Covering 8'x16' flat dump bed made out of heavy 2x8's

    384469384468

    Two years ago I built a 8x12 farm wagon with a 5/4 exterior T&G plywood deck. The plywood I got at Lowes was bone dry so I've had no shrinkage problems. I would let the plywood...
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    Re: Tree Puller: Pleased with my new Attachment

    If you have a lot of trees to pull, that's a very handy implement. I have very few to pull so I do it the old fashion way. Chain wrapped around the base of the tree several times then attached to...
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    Re: What type of person impresses you most?

    Less talk, more listen. I'm the one with the problem - you are the one I'm looking to for an answer.
  30. Thread: PTO Shaft

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    Posthole Digger Re: PTO Shaft

    Friend had an old rear cutter. Pto shaft was as solid as a bar of steel. We used a dead fall hammer(no dents) and gobs of WD40. Took half an hour but eventually split it, then steel wool on the...
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    Re: tire leaking, no valve? confused.....

    My previous tractor had CaCl solution in the rear tires. Because the valve stem was bronze(or something like that) and the core was steel, there was a severe electrolytic action set up which...
  32. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    OMG - you know the exact feelings I experienced!! Those two pics make my stomach turn over.
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    Re: Factory headlights?

    I'm looking at getting a single big LED flood light to mount on the front brush guard. I'm waiting on prices right now. This light is a marine waterproof floodlight. 50 watts - 3500 lumen. Its a...
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    Chipper Re: WoodMaxx Chippers

    I have the Wallenstein BX62 without hydraulic feed. I have no brush, leaves or small stuff to feed so manual feed is fine. I feed all my pine trees in whole( no branch removal). The BX62 works...
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    Chipper Re: General Chipper Question (green or dry?)

    I chip all my trees in the spring - its cooler then. This spring it took me three days at 4.5 to 5 hours of steady chipping each day with my BX62. The trees - 6" and smaller Ponderosa pine - had...
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    Re: i have the ugliest barn

    I have carports and a log cabin tool shed. I'd be more than pleased to have a structure like that on my property. Don't let your ego cause you to do something you'll later regret.
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    Re: Job Site Bathroom

    When we first moved onto the property here - there was nothing. Until we got the house finished in mid-October everything was outside. The wife was a real trooper during the 6 months it took us to...
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    Re: Duals... Opinions?

    I would want to be certain that the Fordson was designed to handle duals. I don't think I've ever seen a small(under 100 hp) utility tractor running duals. I question if any small UT is designed...
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    Re: Hello, from Gettysburg.

    Welcome to TBN from Ea Wa state.
  40. Re: Strange gizmos on trailer going down the road

    There was a story about the company who was doing the cement work at our new sports complex - they were using something like that to finish the main floor. Something went wrong and the unit started...
  41. Re: 2320 4 wheel Drive Drive Shaft Spindle Snapped Off at Rear Housing

    I'm thinking if there is an exposed stub(output shaft) still sticking out of the housing you may get away with just a new spindle/U-joint. If not, then it probably means tearing into the housing and...
  42. Thread: New Member

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    Re: New Member

    Welcome from Ea WA state.
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    Re: In a small town WA

    Welcome from the "dry" side. Think you need to find a service manual. Try your question again in the MF thread.
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    Re: Hello From Enumclaw Washington

    Welcome from the "dry" side, ha,ha. Do wish we had some of your rain right now.
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    Chipper Re: General Chipper Question (green or dry?)

    What caused plugging in my Wallenstien BX42 was small limbs and/or pine needles which have lots of pitch. This pitch will coat the inside of the chipper and discharge chute. Completely limbed, just...
  46. Buying Advice Re: What tractor to buy for general utility work -

    Well - - I'll attempt to give you some insight. First you should know your current and future use of any tractor. Consider things such as - the driveway, long, twisted, short, straight - how...
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    Re: Price of Farmland

    There is Ag land selling right across the county road from my driveway. Zoning on Ag land here requires minimum 20 acre lots. The Ag land here is only good for open range but if its prime bottom...
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    Re: Photo request for QD location on loader

    I'm certain that hard lines will provide superior protection. Especially if you are going into the brush, limbs etc with an implement. I can also see that hard lines will require a level of...
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    Chipper Re: Wallenstein constantly getting clogged

    I wholeheartedly agree with s219 & wawajake. The hydraulic infeed has no bearing on the discharge chute plugging. The manual BX42 was almost beyond aggressive at self feeding but if I kept feeding...
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    Re: Freezer defrost tip

    pmsmechanic -

    Good grief man - that is the pinnacle of aggressive ice removal. A low-level thermonuclear detonation would remove ice also, ha,ha.
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    Loader Re: Lift capacity of FEL

    I have the "other" type of tooth bar with teeth like on your backhoe. Mine is, more or less, permanently bolted to the lip of my bucket. It works great to assist in "piercing" hard soil and for...
  52. Thread: Call me "Oliver"

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    Re: Call me "Oliver"

    Welcome to TBN. I moved from the city in '82 and have been learning ever since. Wolftree offers good advice. If I'd have brought more gold down from Alaska when we moved I'd be an implement dealer...
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    Re: Photo request for QD location on loader

    I have a Kubota LA1153 loader with a WR Long valve mounted on a bracket off the frame of the tractor - located at the base of the most rearward vertical frame member of the loader and between the...
  54. Thread: Concrete Patio

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    Re: Concrete Patio

    Be certain you understand and check/do what boggen suggests. Before you pour - have the guy/company doing the work come out and check your work. There may need to be changes made. Is $2800 a good...
  55. Thread: Good morning!!!!

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    Re: Good morning!!!!

    46 at 3:05 and a wonderfully clear - smoke free - morning. Second day after the Watermelon Hill wildfire was put out and the second smoke free day.
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    Chipper Re: Wallenstein constantly getting clogged

    If a guy was a true "purest" then he would limb all his trees and send the limbed tree thru a chipper and the limbs thru a shredder. I looked at the Wallenstein chipper/shredder and the price. I...
  57. Thread: Logging Project

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    Re: Logging Project

    That REALLY is nice looking equipment. The guys that logged my land sure didn't have stuff like that. Ha,ha - I think, around here, if you harvested trees after 25 years of growth - they wouldn't...
  58. Thread: Red Wing Boots

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    Re: Red Wing Boots

    Hmmm. Feet get longer as you age - interesting. And all this time my bud kept telling me because I'm Norwegian - it was a case of Norwegian fat foot. His butt is getting bigger as he ages - wonder...
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    Re: Freezer defrost tip

    Hmmmm. I checked my freezer and for whatever reason I don't get water or ice near the door seal. I know if I leave the door open for a couple minuets, then shut it - it creates a vacuum inside. ...
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    Chipper Re: Wallenstein constantly getting clogged

    When I had the '42 and chipped freshly cut green pines I did two things that helped. Alternate green and dry stuff. Also I would "lube" the inside of the discharge chute with a spray lubricant,...
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    Chipper Re: Wallenstein constantly getting clogged

    Letting the material dry out is the answer. Green material will plug any chipper. I chip Ponderosa pine. When I had the BX42 the small limbs and green needles were constantly plugging the chute -...
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    Re: box blade_decision time

    I have a Bush Hog roll over box blade with hydraulic top link. Its 72" wide and weighs 710 pounds. It works very well moving dirt, creating, leveling and smoothing trails and general dirt work. ...
  63. Re: John Deere D130 will not start. Turn key get NOTHING, no click, no noise.

    BTW - Welcome to TractorByNet. I think, when you can diagnose a problem, like you had, all by yourself - you are well on the way to being a "tractor person".
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    Re: Ford New Holland 1920 PTO hard to engage

    I had a Ford 1700 with a very similar problem. I had to hold the clutch in for 15-30 seconds to get a smooth pto engagement. From what I surmised it was to give the gearing time to spin down. I...
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    Re: 80 Acres- Eagle Creek, Oregon

    Fantastic driveway. Its a lot of work but you will appreciate the efforts later with ease of maintenance. Are you sure your best skills are as a fisherman and not construction worker. I'm truly...
  66. Re: SolarCity installing a 6.37kw system on my house!!!

    Our electric cost are so low that any type of solar or wind powered generation is unnecessary. Currently electricity costs 5.5 cents per Kw hour. The longest power outage in the 32 years I've been...
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    Re: Water to new pole barn

    How you use the water in the new pole barn will determine what additional work must be done. Will it simply terminate at a freeze proof hydrant or will you use it in a full bathroom facility? A...
  68. Re: What do you use to lubricate the 3 point hitch assembly?

    I use the same old icky black high pressure moly grease that meets the recommended for my tractor. It stays where I put it and has been great on all my tractors for over 30 years. You need to be...
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    Re: Town LOST my Tax Files!

    I got an interesting story about taxes - it won't help your case, but --- So my aunt is researching our family heritage (Norwegian) and runs into a tax assessment and associated documents dated...
  70. Re: Well pressure tank location -- how close to wellhead?

    After 32 years I had to have my well pump(jet pump) replaced. They replaced it with a submersible pump. The old pressure tank was abandoned and a new tank was installed in my basement - some 250...
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    Re: Town LOST my Tax Files!

    Out here the county assessors do their "site evaluation" by computer scan of aerial photographs. If the scan shows differences between previous and current photos then they come out and do an...
  72. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    CalG -
    I know the Entiat area well. It, like many other areas in NE WA is a really hot, dry place in the summer. As a note - I know for a fact that the foresters and firefighters in that part of...
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    Re: Septic System Inspection

    Thank You for the kind words, Firemanbuck. For 22 years I was director of environmental health in Anchorage, Ak. We designed, permitted and inspected all on-site septic systems. It is EXTREMELY...
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    Re: Fire wood= To stack or not???

    I don't know about the liability but in todays society - - - For the first ten years we burned firewood. That was from 1982-1992 and it almost killed me to bring in six full cord per year. And...
  75. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Thank you all for the kind words and support. It rained lightly this morning for three hours. The temps dropped to 60 degrees and for the first time in three day when I went to talk to the...
  76. Thread: Norwegian farmer

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    Re: Norwegian farmer

    Yes, Knut, I'm sure that must be it. They first settled in Albert Lea, Minnesota and later moved to Ketchikan, Alaska. My grandfather was the Standard Oil distributor in Ketchikan. My mother was...
  77. Rotary Cutter Re: To top link or not to top link, that is my question... (Kinda...)

    I got a hydraulic top link - with all my attachments and every one needing a different setting and the ability to make rapid adjustments on the fly it is a pure joy. When I only had a rear blade -...
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    Re: Another Dead Poultry thread...

    I've seen a bull snake in dire straits, trying to regurgitate a mouse. I didn't stay around to see the outcome, it was pretty gross. So I can say with certainty that they sure try. He could of...
  79. Re: Help with a bridge! Need some good ideas on how to get a bridge in place.

    Wow - Sysop. Sounds like a fantastic solution. Maybe you have done something like this before??
  80. Re: Help with a bridge! Need some good ideas on how to get a bridge in place.

    I don't know how much your M7040 weighs but in its "bare" state its within 100# of my M6040. My M6040 as its now configured weights 9700# - Rimguard, FEL, 3-point ROBB etc. A thought to consider -...
  81. Thread: Chicken carnage

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    Re: Chicken carnage

    Because of my remote location and not wanting to deal with live animals in traps its the 12 gauge with high base #2 shot. For whatever reason, I've not had any raccoons, skunks or porkupines here...
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    Re: Fire wood= To stack or not???

    You pay $200 to $250 for a full cord here. The $200/full cord will be pine here and further north it will be $250 for a full cord of tamarack or fir. No real hardwood here - closest to hardwood...
  83. Re: Need advice about best way to remove matted grass clippings

    I mow my grass often enough that the clipping just disappear. Be careful with a dethatcher, especially if your grass is wet when you use it. I had some of those clip on wire things and they just...
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    Re: Filled up the Gas & Diesel tanks today.

    87 octane gas is $3.83 and on-road diesel is $4.10. That's in Spokane, WA. Wow - I KNOW $4.10 is high for on-road diesel but $4.62 is outrageous.
  85. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Well, nobody want to disagree with a governor whether he is mine or yours but........ I know that the exceeding hot, unseasonal weather we have had for the last three weeks and the wind isn't...
  86. Re: Help with a bridge! Need some good ideas on how to get a bridge in place.

    Square1 had the same idea I had. I still see a situation that may be a problem. So you are able to get the flatbed across and span the creek. Can you trust the flatbed on the bear earth banks of...
  87. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Its really sad - a lot of folks over in Brewster, Pateros, Malott, the Loup/Loup are losing everything to those really large wildfires.
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    Re: What is your favorite "CARRY" tool

    Well, lets see. I've tried carrying tools in my Carharts but not even suspenders can keep them up when my pockets are full. Actually, about the only thing I'd carry is a good pocket knife. If I...
  89. Thread: Red Wing Boots

    by oosik
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    Re: Red Wing Boots

    Red Horse,

    I learned something today. I never knew Red Wings had the three options. The store where I purchased my last pair never mentioned that. I always try to buy American.
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    Re: For those retired....what do you enjoy most?

    Newbury - you must have received the same kind of financial advice I did. I began saving for retirement with my first job after college. My father lived thru the depression and it obviously left a...
  91. Thread: Red Wing Boots

    by oosik
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    Re: Red Wing Boots

    5030.... What upsets you more - that I ride a Harley or that I have a pair of custom made boots, ha,ha,ha.
  92. Thread: Norwegian farmer

    by oosik
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    Re: Norwegian farmer

    Welcome to TBN from Eastern Washington state. My grandfathers name - Steberg - lived in a small town in the Guberenstallen valley. Sorry about the spelling.
  93. Thread: Red Wing Boots

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    Re: Red Wing Boots

    Hmmmm! So I check MY Redwings - yep, made in China. I have another custom made boot - made just for me riding my Harley. A fantastic fit because you have to draw out your foot on paper and send...
  94. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Well - I know this event scared the wadding out of me. Finally, last night, it was clear enough to open the windows and cool off the house. I live in an area that can alway get grass fires etc...
  95. Re: Gentlewoman farmer needs help with LS160 that's stuck

    Well, Joy, I have one easy answer Welcome to TBN. The only other thought - relating to your skid steer - - some how or other your right side brakes are dragging or are partially applied. The...
  96. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    I checked on this stuff - Tannerite. Its explosive material used to make exploding targets. Exploding targets to be shot with high powered rifles. If used correctly its not supposed to start...
  97. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    Re: WILD FIRE

    Buck,

    Thanks. I see in the local news the fire was started by three guys firing off an explosive - tanerite.
  98. Thread: WILD FIRE

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    WILD FIRE

    We are in the final mop-up stages of a 15K acre wildfire here in Eastern Washington. My property turned out to be right in the middle of the level 3 evacuation.

    It was a truly frightening...
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    Re: Wild black cherries

    We made black cherry liquor. They were "tame" black cherries. The stuff was excellent but it had a knock out punch like Mike Tyson.

    Wash the fruit, put it all in cheese cloth and into a large...
  100. Re: Looking for ideas for a steep grade rock mover.

    I would guess you could pull a small trailer load of rock on that road with a long tracked vehicle. That road could tend to get your pucker up after a rain. Although, if you lost it with your...
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